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Divrei Hayamim I - Twenty-Seven: Jewish Engagement

We’re talking about military preparedness today, and the size of the fighting forces of the various tribes, as well as getting an accounting of their leadership. 211 more words

The Complicated History Of The U.S. Census Asking About Citizenship : NPR

Nice summary history (spoiler alert: squeezed out given concerns over Census length with addition of consumer and other questions):

Lawmakers are set to question the Justice Department Friday about why it requested the 2020 census to ask about citizenship.

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The Bryant connection.

If you remember from a previous post, I explained how I came across the bulk of William B. Cline’s life events. But there’s more to this Cline story, this family legend that I’m unraveling and bringing back from the anonymous past. 1,739 more words



The census of 2020 will for the first time add a question that has not been asked since 1950. Are you a citizen of the United States? 212 more words

Race, the Census, and Genealogy

By Eilene Lyon

Race in the Census

From the very first U. S. Census in 1790, the enumeration was focused primarily on whites, and secondarily on everyone else. 1,212 more words


Memorable Scripture: Large Numbers

And David’s heart condemned him after he had numbered the people. So David said to the Lord, “I have sinned greatly in what I have done; but now, I pray, O Lord, take away the iniquity of Your servant, for I have done very foolishly.” 2 Samuel 24:10 205 more words


2018 Agric Census:  Kabilpi  Residents Educated On Importance

The Information Services Department (ISD) in collaboration with the Ghana Statistical Services has organized a day sensitization exercise for residents of Kabilpi in the central Gonja district of the Northern region to educate them on the importance and reasons for the ongoing 2018 Ghana Agricultural Census… 497 more words

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