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Free People of Color, 1860: Old Fields.

Free people of color enumerated in Wilson County’s first federal census, taken in 1860.

Old Fields district

#971. Farmer Willis Heggins, 51; wife Rhody… 385 more words

Wilson County

Privacy Matters: A follow-up of the Census failure

Australia’s recent attempt of a national Census has evoked concerns regarding privacy and trust in both business and government. As previously discussed, controversy surfaced prior to the Census date due to changes in how long Census information was stored and used. 702 more words

Combined Statistical Areas instead of MSAs

Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) are by far the most commonly used units for reporting data and conducting analysis for urban or metropolitan areas. They are defined on a consistent basis by the Office of Management and Budget and are used throughout the federal government and by many, many others. 798 more words

Census

Surname Evolution: Dennies v. Dennis

The records have various spellings of my family name. Is there a genuine difference? In some cases, such as Denys, Dennes, and Denniss… 204 more words

Ancestry

BRICKFORD 2016 CENSUS REVEALS CITY 'FAILING WOMEN'

The results are in, and the data has been crunched for the very first Census of Brickford.

A Census is a count of the population on a single date, giving a snapshot of those who are present in a place at any one time. 136 more words

Mayor Hibbert

{post 1} the shift to homelessness.

five news articles. brief analysis. reflection. judith tan.

Dear reader,

This post marks the embarkment of a research and design project into the issue of homelessness and social inclusion. 2,271 more words

Homelessness & Social Exclusion

The Marginalisation of Digital Literacy.

Are we digitally literate?

Were we ready for the Census? A discussion surrounding the pitfalls of promoting digital literacy and the ramifications of assumption.

The Census provides basis for topical discussion in 2016 as the previously paper survey turned digital. 520 more words