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While we got a few suggestions for books to use to locate our 1900 census
figures (things like The Value of a Dollar and the other related books by
this publisher), the teacher was really looking for a website.

We finally located this one, which has some  information  from a number of
historical US census' and is easy to use:

Historical Census Browser
Click on  the decade you want to research.  Then select the data you would
like from the lists.  Highlight each piece of data you would like.  Scroll
down to the bottom of the page and click on “Browse (year) data”.  The
result will be a table listing each piece of data you selected broken down
by state.  At he bottom you will find the total for the US.
While it doesn't contain everything, there is enough to work with.

"I think I have discovered the source of all my problems...
You see, all of my life I have been told to think outside the box..
So...just where is this box, and why are they trying so hard to keep us
out?"   - Agnes, at|-1.html

Mrs. Carolyn Gierke,  Librarian
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Amherst, NY  14228
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