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After decades of decline, no-car households are becoming more common in the US

Across the United States, households with no car have become more common than five years ago, according to data recently released by the American Census Bureau. 509 more words

Perfil Econo-demográfico del Colombiano en USA para dummies

Estoy seguro que has intentado encontrar un resúmen como este antes pero cuando llevas 6 horas ‘navegando’ el US Census Bureau, el Pew Research… 284 more words


Search Guide: US Census 

From the Findmypast blog:

The United States Census is the backbone of almost all American family trees. Have you exploited it to its fullest potential?

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Research Notes

Things Learned

I often find myself musing over the topics covered in the podcasts (of which there are quite a few) I listen to.  More than once I week, I come across a topic I would love to dive into more to expand my knowledge and share with my readers.  827 more words


A biography of Leroy Hicks

Leroy Hicks was born to Blansford and Mary Polly Peters Hicks in 1806 in Amherst County, Virginia.  He is my 3rd great-grandfather.  Leroy was the oldest of 11 children born to Blansford and Mary.  614 more words


Are Arabs 'White'?

“White” – without the privilege. Arab-Americans are ready to check their own box on the U.S. census. Dena Takruri explains.

Dena Takruri

O.G. Katy G.

HowManyOfMe.com There is

person with the name Katy Grossman in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

WHAT. I am the O.G. Katy G, formidable, inimitable, original. 1,152 more words