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  • American FactFinder -  This site will guide to to data on your community. Choose: -”Fact Sheet” for quick access to basic demographic, social and economic data on your city, town, county or state or ZIP Code. -”People” to find more popular tables on a variety of topics (age, education, income, race and more) for your area. -”Housing” to find popular tables on home values, ownership, housing characteristics and mortgage. -”Business and Government” for data on housing starts, government finances, foreign trade and more. [more]
  • FedStats - is a comprehensive web portal to statistics published by the U.S. Government. More than 100 federal agencies produce statistics. Includes subject and geographic indexes, mapping tools, a cross-agency search engine, and direct links to statistical agencies and data access tools.
  • Historical Statistics of the United States - presents the numerical history of the United States. It contains more than 37,000 annual time series of quantitative historical information covering virtually every quantifiable dimension of American history, all from the earliest times to the present.
  • ProQuest Statistical Data Sets - Provides data visualization for more than 500 datasets from government and private industry, both domestic and international. Emphasis is in 20th century U.S. economic data and includes diverse subjects such as health, politics, demographics, social services and environmental data. Time spans vary by topic. Charting, plotting and mapping options available. Export data into MS Excel, XML, PDF, or into shape files for GIS.

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