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    1. Historical racial and ethnic demographics of the United States - Wikipedia

      The racial and ethnic demographics of the United States have changed dramatically throughout its history. During the American colonial period, British colonial officials conducted censuses in some of the Thirteen Colonies that included enumerations by race.

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    2. Demography of the United States - Wikipedia

      • Baby Boomers – There are no precise dates for when this cohort starts or ends; demographers and researchers typically use starting birth years ranging from the early-to-mid 1940s and ending birth years ranging from 1960 to 1964.
      • Demographics of the United States. Demographic history.

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    3. Population of usa 1940

      • 8 percent black, and Apr 24, 2013 - 3 min - Uploaded by Jeff Quitney1940 Census: "Know Your USA" 1940 United States Department of It review the POPULATION, 1940 [UNITED STATES]: PUBLIC USE. The racial and ethnic demographics of the United States have changed dramatically...

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    4. United States Microdata Samples Extract File, 1940-1980: Demographics of Aging

      • For 1940 and 1950, all sample line records. Data Type(s): survey data. Data Collection Notes
      • Goldscheider, Frances K., Bures, Regina M. The Racial Crossover in Family Complexity in the United States. Demography . 40, (3), 569-587.

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    5. Demographic history of the United States - Wikipedia

      • After 1940, as the U.S. rearmed for World War II (see Homefront-United States-World War II), industrial production increased rapidly.
      • e. Demographics of the United States. Demographic history.

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    6. United States Demographic Statistics

      • Demographic Statistics. United States. Number. Percent.
      • An atlas featuring maps and detailed profiles of all 193 countries and the 50 U.S. states.

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    7. Demographic history of Detroit - Wikipedia

      • Main articles: History of Detroit and Demographics of Metro Detroit.
      • as the 18th-most populous city in the United States in 2010.[2]. From the 1940s to the 1970s, a second wave of blacks moved to Detroit to escape Jim Crow laws in the south and find better work.[15] They were generally restricted...

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      • Population Of USA 2016 - United States of …

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    9. The United States of education: The changing demographics of the United States and their schools

      • Home > Staffing and Students > Changing Demographics > The changing demographics of America's schools.
      • These improvements are evident across regions and states. Between 1940 and 2011, graduation rates for all minorities rose as well, but in 2011, the graduation rates for Hispanics...

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    10. Demographics of United States of America (USA) 2016 — Countrymeters

      • Live statistics for population of United States of America (USA). Current population (estimated population data for 2017) and historical data for over 50 past years.
      • Population in 2017. Demographics in 2016.

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