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1990 and 2000 Census Data for Indiana
STATS Indiana - Indiana Business Research Center, IU Kelley School of Business
Census Bureau American Factfinder Census 2000 and 1990
Circular Area Profiles (CAPS) for any location and one or more radius values - Missouri Census Data Center
Demographic Profiles for Indiana State, Counties, Townships, Cities and Towns - IBRC
Demographic Profiles for all States, Counties, Townships, or Cities and Towns - Census Bureau
Indiana IN Depth County Profiles - Indiana Business Research Center, IU Kelley School of Business
Indiana and All USA County Profiles - Indiana Business Research Center, IU Kelley School of Business
Indiana County Profiles - 60 Page Social and Economic Data from the Census 2000 - IBRC
Count Question Resolution
The CQR Program is a planned program that will handle external challenges to particular official Census 2000 counts of housing units and group quarters population received from state, local or tribal officials of governmental entities or their designated representatives in the U.S.
Geographically Updated Population Certification Program (GUPCP)
A certification is the designation by which Census Bureau officials attest to the fact that they have reviewed a copy of a particular table, map, special tabulation, etc., and certify that it is a true and accurate copy of census information.
Kids Count Data Center
A national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the U.S. By providing policymakers and citizens with benchmarks of child well-being.
Measuring America: The Decennial Censuses From 1790 to 2000 by the US Census Bureau.
Contains a brief history of how each Census was taken and gives a copy of the questionnaire.
A special census is a basic enumeration of population, housing units, and group quarters conducted by the Census Bureau at the request of a governmental unit. They are conducted on a cost-reimbursable basis. For special census purposes, a governmental unit is defined as the government of any State, county, city, or other political subdivision within a State.
Bureau of Economic Analysis - Regional, State, and Local Area Data
E-Stats - Measuring the Electronic Economy
Census of Agriculture - 1992, 1997 and 2002
Indiana Agricultural Statistics - USDA/Purdue University
Indiana Statistics Sheet - Farmland Information Center
Indexes and Bibliographies
STATS Indiana - Populations of Indiana counties, cities and towns, 1900-2000; Indiana townships, 1890-2000.
Statistical Abstract of the United States - 1878-2012
SDC KS 3-30-2016