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County and City Data Book

County and City Data Book: 2007

The County and City Data Book is the most comprehensive source of information about the individual counties and cities in the United States. It includes data for all U.S. states, counties, and cities with a population of 25,000 or more. It contains additional data for places with a population of 100,000 or more. Also included is a complete set of state maps showing all counties, places of 25,000 or more population, and metropolitan areas.

Information in the County and City Data Book covers the following topical areas: age, agriculture, births, business establishments, climate, construction, crime, deaths, earnings, education, elections, employment, finance, government, health, households, housing, income, labor force, manufactures, population, poverty, race and Hispanic origin, social services, and water use.

Files contain a collection of data from the U.S. Census Bureau and other federal statistical bureaus, governmental administrative and regulatory agencies, and private research bodies.

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Selected features from the 14th edition of the County and City Data Book

State and county data tables
City and place data tables

Check out these other statistical reference products--

Statistical Abstract of the United States --The National Data Book

USA Counties --Almost 6,000 data items for all counties

State and Metropolitan Area Data Book -- Comprehensive data for states and metropolitan areas

State & County QuickFacts  -- Quick, easy access to Census facts about people, business, and geography

MapStats -- Profiles with data from many Federal sources for your state and county

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