The University of San Francisco: Gleeson Library

Ethnic Studies: Statistical Data

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ProQuest Statistical Insight

Find national income and production statistics, retail and wholesale trade data, interest rates, economic indicators, and social and demographic statistics, plus much more.

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Historical Statistics of the United States

Historical Statistics of the United States

Statistical tables covering population, work and welfare, economic structure and performance, economic sectors, and governance and international relations.

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Statistical Abstract of the U.S.

Statistical Abstract of the U.S.

The Statistical Abstract of the United States is a one-volume, comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States.

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African Americans

 

Statistical Record of Black America

Drawn from a variety of government, non-government, and Black organizational publications, this resource compiles statistics on a range of topics pertinent to the Black community. Topics covered: attitudes and opinions on social issues, education, health, population and vital statistics, income, religion, employment, and more. Appendices include a glossary for demographic and survey data and selected books and journals for further research.

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Ref E185.6 .S734 1995

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Historical Statistics of Black America

More than 2,300 tables of statistics describing black American life from 1619 to 1975. The set is designed to be a companion to the Statistical Record of Black America. Covers a wide range of topics including agriculture, business, military affairs, politics, religion, and the expected population and vital statistics. Much of the information comes from government documents, but significant amounts are extrapolated from works not widely available--early publications of African American institutions and from African American authors

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Ref E185 .H543 1995

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Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

  Black Americans: A Statistical Sourcebook

An extensive collection of statistical tables on a wide variety of topics.

 

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Ref E185 .B5 2002

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Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Census Bureau Minority Links: The Black Population in the United States

Selected African American statistics from the U.S. Census.

 

Asian Americans

 

The Asian Databook

Detailed statistics and rankings on the Asian and Pacific Islander population, including 23 ethnic backgrounds from Bangladeshi to Vietnamese for 1,883 U.S. counties and cities.

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Ref E184 .A75 2005

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Census Bureau Minority Links: Asian and Pacific Islander Populations

Selected Asian / Pacific Islander statistics from the U.S. Census.

 
 

The New Face of Asian Pacific America: Numbers, Diversity and Change in the 21st Century

Comprehensive look at the demographic and cultural changes in the Asian Pacific American community at the dawn of the 21st century. Analyzes the latest population and socioeconomic trends in the 12.5 million-strong APA population, and includes hundreds of charts, maps, and photos.

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Ref E184 .O6 L35 2003

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Statistical Record of Asian Americans

Drawn from a variety of government, non-government, and Asian Pacific Islander organizational publications, this resource compiles statistics on a range of topics pertinent to the Asian American community. Topics covered: attitudes and opinions on social issues, education, health, population and vital statistics, income, religion, employment, and more. Appendices include a glossary for demographic and survey data and selected books and journals for further research.

Call Number:
Ref E184 .O6 S73 1993

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

Latino Americans

  The Hispanic Databook

Statistics by states, counties, and cities on the following topics: population, age, households, language spoken at home, education, housing, and income.

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Ref E184.S75 H49 2004

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Hispanic Americans: A Statistical Sourcebook

Information comparing the Hispanic, White, and total populations of the United States in the following areas: demographics, social characteristics (marital status, age, and education), household and family, education (through high school), government and elections, labor force (employment and unemployment), income, and crime. Also includes a chapter on the special topics AIDS, housing affordability, fertility, birth and death rates, and Hispanic owned firms.

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Ref E184.S75 H57 2002

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

  Statistical Record of Hispanic Americans

Statistical data on Hispanic Americans in the following areas: population, immigration, income, educational attainment, language, religion, births, deaths and health care, employment, income, and home ownership, Hispanic-owned firms, voting and political affiliation, and incarceration and crime victimization. Includes a source bibliography and a keyword index.

Call Number:
Ref E184.S75 S74 1993

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Census Bureau Minority Links: Hispanic Population of the United States

Selected Hispanic statistics from the U.S. Census.

 

Native Americans

 

Nations Within A Nation: Historical Statistics of American Indians

Includes statistics on topics such as land holdings, population, relocation, vital statistics, government activities, health care and education, employment, and the use of natural resources. These statistics are preceded by essays on topics corresponding to that data. For example, data on tribal land purchased by the U.S. (year and acreage of lands purchased and price) is preceded by a discussion on Removal, Relocation, and Urbanization. Focus is on 20th century and some 19th century data, excluding earlier periods due to unreliable records. This exclusion is a story unto itself, briefly discussed in the introduction.

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Ref E77 S924 1987

Location:
Gleeson Reference Room, 1st Floor

 

Census Bureau Minority Links: American Indian and Alaska Native Populations

Selected Native American statistics from the U.S. Census.