3 edition of Michigan community profiles from the 1980 census. found in the catalog.
Michigan community profiles from the 1980 census.
1983 by Research and Planning Bureau, Michigan Dept. of Civil Rights in Detroit, Mich .
Written in English
|Series||Research report / Research and Planning Bureau, Michigan Department of Civil Rights ;, 83-4, Research report (Michigan. Dept. of Civil Rights. Research and Planning Bureau) ;, 83-4.|
|Contributions||Michigan. Dept. of Civil Rights. Research and Planning Bureau.|
|LC Classifications||HA441.5 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (vii, 1375 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1375|
|LC Control Number||84621416|
Generally, each SMSA consists of one or more entire counties, or county equivalents, that meet standards pertaining to population and metropolitan character. Volume 2, Metropolitan housing characteristics Washington, D. Inthere were 3, counties or county equivalents. This section provides access to school district demographic profiles based on data from the American Community Survey ACS. The U. Michigan fever in the 's was fueled by good land and the Erie Canal, but it was extended due to the copper boom of the 's and the iron ore boom shortly after that.
List of Selected Geographic Terms from the Census User's Guide Block Group - Inblock groups were combinations of blocks having an average population of about 1, Contrary to expectation, however, the passing of the lumber era brought no general decline in population in central Michigan. The dominant urban areasin terms of the percentage of population that was more than half urbanincluded only 16 counties in all of Lower Michigan. Profiles for each school district are included based on boundaries as of the school year. The National Archives Catalog can be searched by title, National Archives Identifier, type of archival material, or keyword. Please note that the electronic data dictionary has the same information as the data dictionary in the basic paper documentation.
Search the library catalog for call numbers and locations. SMSA groupings with populations of one million or more in -- pt. Scale [ca. Record Group Records of the Health Resources and Services Administration Area Resources Files ARFNational Archives Identifier: Data Files: 18 2 with census statistics Technical Documentation: varies per release pages for the release of data; pages for the release of data This series contains population characteristics, environment, and health care data for all counties and the independent cities that are county equivalents.
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We haven't found much information as to why this census was done, but it will be worth a look when done. The first period covers the years toportraying the settlement of the southernmost counties.
Common household variables include group quarters status, farm status, ownership of home, vacancy status, kitchen or cooking facilities, plumbing facilities, number of housing units in structure, number of rooms in unit, age of structure, and telephone availability.
More than 2, individuals participate in this conference, which features more than panels and programs on politics. The Public Michigan community profiles from the 1980 census. book files are based on the complete count. Mover households find in the library census of housing.
Common person variables include age, sex, race, Hispanic status, relation to household head, marital status, place of birth, citizenship status, five-year migration status, school attendance, educational attainment, labor force status, employment status, occupation, industry, work disability, veteran status, and income.
None of the records described contain individual names or identifiers. First, the counties of the central and northern areas became settled, and the pioneer stage flourished for some 40 years, after which the frontier gradually closed.
Before the end of the decade Federal land surveyors were beginning to open up land for entry in the southeastern area. Census tracts Washington, D. Michigan fever in the 's was fueled by good land and the Erie Canal, but it was extended due to the copper boom of the 's and the iron ore boom shortly after that.
Scale [ca. Census tract data, Kansas-North Dakota -- 5. Increasingly the Census Bureau has been making demographic data available online.
Zip Code Areas - ZIP code areas were a new type of area for which the census data were summarized. Block statistics Washington : U. Summary characteristics for governmental units and standard metropolitan statistical areas Washington, D.
By settlement had spread westward across nearly a third of the peninsula as well as northward along the Lake Huron shore. Block groups were subdivisions of census tracts in the urbanized area of the SMSAs where ED data are not available.
The population of the southeastern area was exactly twice as large as that in the southwestern area. The northern area declined; the central area continued to grow at a much slower rate than formerly; and the southern area jumped upward again in a new burst of growth.
The population of the central area had increased from less than Michigan community profiles from the 1980 census. book to nearly 7, in Census Tract - Incensus tracts were designed to be relatively homogeneous areas at the time of establishment with respect to population characteristics, economic status, and living conditions.Census of Population & Housing: Local community fact book, Chicago metropolitan area: based on the and censuses Chicago, on the General Census Schedules Spreadsheets documenting available Census publications in the University of Michigan Library by year.
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