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This #ArtifactFriday looks at the textbook we created for the 50 universities participating in the Experimental Student Intern Program (ESIP). Students received academic credit for completing coursework and working as an enumerator for the 1980 Census. The textbook covered history, concepts and principles of data collection and analysis, an overview of the 1980 census and the uses of census data.
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This #ArtifactFriday looks at the textbook we created for the 50 universities participating in the Experimental Student Intern Program (ESIP). Students received academic credit for completing coursework and working as an enumerator for the 1980 Census. The textbook covered history, concepts and principles of data collection and analysis, an overview of the 1980 census and the uses of census data.

This #ArtifactFriday looks at the textbook we created for the 50 universities participating in the Experimental Student Intern Program (ESIP). Students received academic credit for completing coursework and working as an enumerator for the 1980 Census. The textbook covered history, concepts and principles of data collection and analysis, an overview of the 1980 census and the uses of census data.

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Over 144,000 enumerators wore this badge during the 1960 Census, which found the U.S. population to be 179,323,175.
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Over 144,000 enumerators wore this badge during the 1960 Census, which found the U.S. population to be 179,323,175.

Over 144,000 enumerators wore this badge during the 1960 Census, which found the U.S. population to be 179,323,175.
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DYK in 1910, all census enumerators received this instruction manual to guide them through the 32 questions on the General Population Schedule? In this census, for the first time, enumerators recorded the language spoken by each household member. #ArtifactFriday
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DYK in 1910, all census enumerators received this instruction manual to guide them through the 32 questions on the General Population Schedule? In this census, for the first time, enumerators recorded the language spoken by each household member. #ArtifactFriday

DYK in 1910, all census enumerators received this instruction manual to guide them through the 32 questions on the General Population Schedule? In this census, for the first time, enumerators recorded the language spoken by each household member. #ArtifactFriday
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In March 1910, we sent all newspapers this press release of President William Howard Taft’s official proclamation of the 1910 Census. #ArtifactFriday
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In March 1910, we sent all newspapers this press release of President William Howard Taft’s official proclamation of the 1910 Census. #ArtifactFriday

In March 1910, we sent all newspapers this press release of President William Howard Taft’s official proclamation of the 1910 Census. #ArtifactFriday
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President Lyndon B. Johnson announces that the U.S. population reached 200 million at 11:03 on November 20, 1967. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/
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President Lyndon B. Johnson announces that the U.S. population reached 200 million at 11:03 on November 20, 1967. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/
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Vintage 1937 Mexico Carreteras Nationases Aguila Gas Oil Highway Road Map.. Great Graphics!
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Arkansas celebrates its 180th birthday today. Between the 1830 and 1840 Censuses, its population grew more than 220 percent to 97,574. In 2010, the state’s population was 2,915,918, making it the nation’s 33rd most populous state.
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Arkansas celebrates its 180th birthday today. Between the 1830 and 1840 Censuses, its population grew more than 220 percent to 97,574. In 2010, the state’s population was 2,915,918, making it the nation’s 33rd most populous state.

Arkansas celebrates its 180th birthday today.  Between the 1830 and 1840 Censuses, its population grew more than 220 percent to 97,574.  In 2010, the state’s population was 2,915,918, making it the nation’s 33rd most populous state.

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A geographer reviews a 1980 Census map of Fountain Valley, CA.  In 1980, Fountain Valley’s population was 55,080.  Its estimated population in 2014 was 57,010.

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