"State, county, and statistically equivalent boundaries are as of January 1, 2000." Includes lists of senate and house membership by state and location map. Insets: [Alaska] -- [Hawaii]. Ancillary maps: Guam -- American Samoa -- Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Contributor:United States. Bureau of the Census. Geography Division - United States. Bureau of the Census
"Large figures on map indicate tracts." Does not show population data. Alternate title at bottom: Population--District of Columbia, composition and characteristics of the population. From 15th census of the United States, 1930, 2nd series, published 1931, p. 2. Includes text and population tables. Text and population tables on verso. LC copy consists of several cut-out sheets mounted on paper backing. LC copy rubber-stamped and ...
Alternate title at head of text: Population of the District of Columbia by census tracts : 1930 data for the 95 new tracts established in 1935. "Released for use of morning papers on August 28, 1935." Oriented with north toward the upper left. Accompanied by indexed statistical table: Population by sex, color, age, etc., for the District of Columbia ... 1930. 1 sheet ; ...
Alternate title at lower right: Washington, District of Columbia. Oriented with north toward the upper left. LC copy laminated, halved, and mounted on cloth backing. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. DCP 2 copies
Scale 1:5,000,000. "Data from Census of Agriculture, 1964." "Albers equal area projection, standard parallels 29 1/20 and 45 1/20." Includes table "States ranked by average size farms: 1964 (in acres)" and graph "Proportion of total land in farms." AACR2
LandView 5, using Census 2000 data, is a desktop mapping system that includes database extracts from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Contains data for the entire United States, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Some of the program's supplemental functions require access to the Internet.