101 - Delivering What Users Want: The History of U.S. Census Small Area Data
Since the late nineteenth century, the U.S. Census Bureau has met the growing demand for new types of small area data. Beginning with the 1890 Census, a history of the Census Bureau's small area data, tract level data, block group and block level data, and more.
Michael Snow, Historian, U.S. Census Bureau
Association of Public Data Users
Social Statistics; Demographic Statistics; Census Bureau; Bureau of Justice Statistics; US Dept of Justice; Bureau of Transportation Statistics; National Center for Education Statistics; US Dept of Education; National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics; National Science Foundation; US DOC; BJS; NCES; NCSES; NSF
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