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1 CURRENT POPULATION REPORTS Special Studies P by Linda Morris U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

2 Acknowledgments Linda Morris, Population Division, prepared this report under the direction of Linda Showalter, Statistical Information Staff. Overall direction was provided by Louisa Miller, Assistant Chief, Population Division. The staff of the Administrative and Customer Services Division, Walter C. Odom, Chief, performed publication planning, design, composition, editorial review, and printing planning and procurement. Barbara Abbott provided publication coordination and editing.

3 CURRENT POPULATION REPORTS Special Studies P Issued August 1996 by Linda Morris U.S. Department of Commerce Michael Kantor, Secretary Economics and Statistics Administration Everett M. Ehrlich, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs BUREAU OF THE CENSUS Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director

4 ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS ADMINISTRATION Economics and Statistics Administration Everett M. Ehrlich, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs BUREAU OF THE CENSUS Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director Bryant Benton, Deputy Director Paula J. Schneider, Principal Associate Director for Programs Nancy M. Gordon, Associate Director for Demographic Programs POPULATION DIVISION Louisa F. Miller, Acting Chief SUGGESTED CITATION U. S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports, P23-192, Subject Index to Current Population Reports and Other Population Report, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC For sale by Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC

5 iii Contents Page Introduction... 1 Current Population Reports... 1 Other Population Report... 2 Children and Youth... 5 Older Population... 7 Race... 8 Hispanic Origin and Ethnic Origin Populations... 9 Educational Attainment School Enrollment Farm and Rural Populations Fertility Income and Wealth/Per Capita Income Income and Wealth Per Capita Income and Population Estimates for Counties and Incorporated Places Poverty and Noncash Benefits Poverty Noncash Benefits Households and Families Marital Status and Living Arrangements Geographical Mobility Travel to Work Voting and Registration Estimates/Projections of the Voting Age Population Profiles Special Topics Health and Disability Population Estimate Totals Estimates of the Population of States, Counties, and Metropolitan Areas Governmental Units Population and Per Capita Income Estimates for Counties and Incorporated Places Household Estimates Population Estimates by Age, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Sex Population and Household Projections Inventory of Local and State Agencies Making Estimates and Projections Special Census Reports Index of Special Census Reports, 1970 to Summary of Special Censuses Taken by the Census Bureau... 53

6 1 Introduction CURRENT POPULATION REPORTS Users can order series subscriptions or purchase individual reports. CPS microdata files on computer tape and CD-ROM also are available. Occasionally reports in the P20, P23, and P60 series are designated as research/developmental reports, as indicated by the notation RD in the identification number. Such reports cover information in the develop- mental stage, and not yet considered to be official statistics. The Current Population Report series has long been recognized as an important source of demographic information on a wide variety of population-related topics. This index is a reference source for data users of the Current Population Reports and is designed to provide a ready resource for each subject with the relevant reports listed sequentially by series number and title. This guide lists subjects covered in these reports, but does not indicate all cross-classifications (e.g., by age, race, Hispanic origin 1, or sex) or the historical data shown in some tables. A substantial amount of the current population data from the Census Bureau is derived from the Current Population Survey (CPS), the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), and the Population Estimates and Projections program. The format of the series identifiers is as follows: a P followed by the series number, a dash, and the report number (e.g., P20-463). The following abbreviated symbols will appear with the titles of some reports, to further enhance the information given in the title. Code definition: (A) Advance Report (RD) Research and Development Report (RV) Revised Report (SIE) Survey of Income and Education Report Current Population Survey P60: Consumer Income Information concerning fami- lies, individuals, and households at various income and poverty levels is presented in the P60 series of reports. Data are also presented on noncash benefits (including health insurance), child support, and the relationship of income to age, sex, race, Hispanic origin, family size, education, occupation, work experience, and other characteristics. The CPS is a household sample survey of the civilian noninstitutional population of the United States. Its primary task is to produce monthly statistics on unemployment and the labor force, as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in its monthly bulletin, Employment and Earnings. The CPS also serves as a vehicle for supplemental studies on subjects other than employment. From the basic and supplemental data, the Census Bureau issues the following series of publications: 1. P20: Population Characteristics P20: Population Regularly recurring reports in the P20 series contain data on geographical mobility, fertil- ity, school enrollment, educational attainment, marital status, households and families, persons of Hispanic origin, voter registration and participation, and various other topics. Many of these reports show data by race. In 1989 regular reports on the Black population (formerly in P23) were added. Periodic reports on the Asian and Pacific Islander population began with information from March 1990 and The report on residents of farms and rural areas was added from P27 beginning with the 1988 report, but was discontinued after the 1991 publication. Also cited are those reports prepared in cooperation with other agencies such as the Bureau of Agricultural Economics. P23: Special Studies Information pertaining to methods, concepts, or specialized data is furnished in the publications in the P23 series. Also included are focused analyses of demographic subjects of topical interest and occasional reports on metropolitan-nonmetropolitan population, youth, women, the older population, and other topics. 2. P23: Special Studies Survey of Income and Program Participation 3. P60: Consumer Income The SIPP is a longitudinal national survey conducted by the Census Bureau. Its principal purpose is to provide 1 Persons of Hispanic origin can be of any race. estimates of the economic situation of families and

7 2 individuals. Recurrent questions deal with employment, estimates were provided in the P25 series. The 1982 types of income, participation in government programs estimates were published in individual State reports. and noncash benefits. Periodically, questions are added Beginning in 1984, the estimates were released by State dealing with school enrollment, marital history, migra- in five regional reports (Northeast, East North Central, tion, child care, disability, and other topics. From time to West North Central, South, and West). time, special supplemental questions also are added. The P26 series was discontinued after the 1988 The data from SIPP are available in reports (P70: reports, and the population estimates now appear in the Household Economic Studies), on microdata tape P25 series, in the paper listings, and on the Internet. files, and on CD-ROM. Users may order individual reports or arrange an annual subscription. P28: Special Censuses This series is dedicated to reporting the results of special censuses taken by the Population Estimates and Projections Census Bureau between decennial censuses at the request and expense of localities. No report has been released in the series covering censuses taken since Population estimates and projections are presented in 1985, but listings of special census results appear for the following series of reports: the later periods in the Population Paper Listing (PPL) 1. P25: Population Estimates and Projections series. A description of Special Censuses begins on 2. P26: Local Population Estimates page 52 of this report. 3. P28: Special Censuses. OTHER POPULATION REPORT SERIES P25: Population Estimates and Projections Pop- Information produced from the CPS, the SIPP, and the ulation estimates data include monthly estimates of the Population Estimates and Projections program is made total U.S. population; annual midyear estimates of the available in various paper series in addition to Current U.S. population by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin; Population Reports Statistical Briefs and paper list- States by age and sex; plus population totals for coun- ings. ties, metropolitan areas, and 36,000 cities and other local governments. The estimates for counties appeared in P26 during the 1970 s and 1980 s, as did Statistical Briefs estimates for the 36,000 local governments during the 1980 s. Estimates for Puerto Rico and the outlying areas The Census Bureau released its first Statistical Brief were published in P25 through the 1980 s. The (identified by SB in the index) in 1986 as a means of monthly U.S. population estimates formerly published in releasing interesting information obtained from Census the P25 series are now available only through the Bureau surveys and censuses in a concise (2 to 4 page), Internet. understandable, easy-to-read format. In the past, most Projections of the U.S. and state populations are also Statistical Briefs were based on data published in a included in the P25 series. Beginning in the 1980 s, printed report. We are, however, moving toward releas- projections are available not only by age and sex, but ing more data electronically rather than in a printed also by race and Hispanic origin. There also can be volume, and increasingly, Statistical Briefs are being occasional research/developmental reports in this series. produced based on unpublished data. This Subject Index to Current Population Reports and Other Population Report includes only those Statistical Briefs P26: Local Population Estimates The P26 (Local Population Estimates) series was dedicated throughout that are based on data from the CPS, the SIPP, or the the 1970 s and 1980 s to providing annual population Population Estimates and Projections program. For a full estimates for counties and metropolitan areas, using list of all Statistical Briefs, write to Robert Bernstein, standardized methodology mutually agreed on by the Public Information Office, Bureau of the Census, Wash- Census Bureau and the responsible State agency under ington, DC The first two digits of the Statistical the Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Brief number indicate the year of release. Estimates. County and metropolitan area (MA) estimates from 1981 to 1985 were released in individual Paper Listings State reports. Beginning in 1986, county estimates appeared in one comprehensive report and, beginning A series of paper listings was begun in 1994 to help in 1988, MA estimates also were published in a single ensure and provide a structure for timely data release. In report for the year. the past, data listings like these were produced, but Beginning in 1982, biennial population and per capita were never organized and announced publicly. Followincome estimates for counties and 36,000 local govern- ing several naming schemes (PPL s, ISBPL s, and POVment jurisdictions were also included. Previously such PL s), these listings are photocopies of data tables and

8 3 generally contain no analysis. As with the printed reports, Electronic Media the sources of data are the CPS, SIPP, and the Population Estimates and Projections program. Most Current Internet is rapidly becoming the primary release medium Population Reports were reduced in physical size in for Census Bureau information. Most of the recent ( ; PPL s provide the detailed data tables formerly forward) data releases, including Current Population available in the printed reports. Reports and Statistical Briefs, are available through the Internet (http://www.census.gov/). Eventually, data from selected paper listings may be The paper listings are frequently available as files on archived in printed reports; other items, especially those the Internet and computer diskette. likely to undergo successive revisions (e.g., population Call the Population Division ( ) for more estimates) may be released only in this paper listing information about any of the reports and products listed format. in this Subject Index, and the variety of formats.

9 5 Children and Youth P20 P20-32 Children and Youth: 1950 P Women by Number of Own Children Under 5 Years Old: 1968 and 1967 P Women by Number of Own Children Under 5 Years Old: March 1969 P Daytime Care of Children: October 1974 and February 1975 P23 P23-30 Characteristics of American Youth (issued 1970) P23-34 Characteristics of American Youth: 1970 P23-40 Characteristics of American Youth: 1971 P23-44 Characteristics of American Youth: 1972 P23-51 Characteristics of American Youth: 1974 P23-66 Characteristics of American Children and Youth: 1976 P23-84 Divorce, Child Custody, and Child Support (issued 1979) P Child Support and Alimony: 1978 (A) P Child Support and Alimony: 1978 P Characteristics of American Children and Youth: 1980 P Trends in Child Care Arrangements of Working Mothers (issued 1982) P Child Support and Alimony: 1981 (A) P Child Care Arrangements of Working Mothers: June 1982 P Child Support and Alimony: 1981 P Child Support and Alimony: 1983 P Child Support and Alimony: 1983 (Supplemental Report) P After-School Care of School-Age Children: December 1984 P Child Support and Alimony: 1985 (A) P Child Support and Alimony: 1985 (Supplemental Report) P Studies in Marriage and the Family (issued 1989) P Changes in American Family Life (issued 1989) P Child Support and Alimony: 1987 P Households, Families, and Children: A 30-Year Perspective (issued 1992) P60 P60-8 American Children: Economic Characteristics of Their Families (issued 1951) P Child Support and Alimony: 1989 P Child Support for Custodial Mothers and Fathers: 1991 P70 P70-9 Who s Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: Winter P70-13 Who s Helping Out? Support Networks Among American Families (issued 1988) P70-20 Who s Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: P70-23 Family Disruption and Economic Hardship: Short-Run Picture of Children (issued 1991) P70-28 Who s Helping Out? Support Networks Among American Families: 1988 P70-30 Who s Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: Fall 1988 P70-36 Who s Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: Fall 1991 P70-38 The Diverse Living Arrangements of Children: Summer 1991 P70-52RV What Does It Cost to Mind Our Preschoolers? (issued 1995) P70-53 Who s Minding Our Preschoolers? (issued 1996) Statistical Brief SB/86-1 Age Structure of the U.S. Population in the 21st Century SB/87-1 Children and Their Participation in Government Assistance Programs SB/87-2 Who s Minding the Kids? SB/87-4 Where the Children Are SB/88-3 Who s Helping Out? Support Network Among American Families

10 6 Children and Youth Con. Statistical Brief Con. SB/89-1 Stepchildren and Their Families SB/89-3 Single Parents and Their Children SB/90-7 Time Off for Babies: Maternity Leave Arrangements SB/90-11 What Does It Cost to Mind the Kids? SB/91-1 Children s Well Being: An International Comparison SB/91-18 Who s Supporting the Kids? SB/92-5 Support Networks Among American Families SB/92-12 When Families Break Up SB/92-13 Family Life Today...And How It Has Changed SB/94-5 Who s Minding the Kids? SB/94-29 Participants in Assistance Programs SB/95-2 Mothers Who Receive AFDC Payments Fertility and Socioeconomic Characteristics SB/95-16 Who Receives Child Support SB/95-22 Mothers Who Receive Food Stamps Fertility and Socioeconomic Characteristics SB/95-27 Getting a Helping Hand, Long-term Participants in Assistance Programs SB/95-29 Mothers Who Receive WIC Benefits Fertility and Socioeconomic Characteristics

11 7 Older Population P23 P23-43 Some Demographic Aspects of Aging in the United States (issued 1973) P23-57 Social and Economic Characteristics of the Older Population: 1974 P23-59 Demographic Aspects of Aging and the Older Population in the United States (issued 1976) P23-78 The Future of the American Family Prospective Trends in the Size and Structure of the Elderly Population, Impact of Mortality Trends, and Some Implications (issued 1979) P23-85 Social and Economic Characteristics of the Older Population: 1978 P America in Transition: An Aging Society (issued 1983) P Demographic and Socioeconomic Aspects of Aging in the United States (issued 1984) P America s Centenarians Data From the 1980 Census P23-178RV Sixty-Five Plus in America (issued 1992) P in the United States (issued 1996) P60 P60-46 Income of the Elderly in 1963 P70 P70-7 Household Wealth and Asset Ownership: 1984 P70-8 Disability, Functional Limitation, and Health Insurance Coverage: P70-9 Who s Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: Winter P70-12 Pensions: Worker Coverage and Retirement Income, 1984 P70-13 Who s Helping Out? Support Networks Among American Families (issued 1988) P70-19 The Need for Personal Assistance With Everyday Activities (issued 1990) P70-20 Who s Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: Winter, P70-22 Household Wealth and Asset Ownership: 1988 P70-25 Pensions: Worker Coverage and Retirement Benefits, 1987 P70-26 Extended Measures of Well-Being: Selected Data 1984 P70-28 Who s Helping Out? Support Networks Among American Families: 1988 P70-29 Health Insurance Coverage: P70-30 Who s Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: Fall 1988 P70-31 Characteristics of Recipients of Program Participation: P70-33 Americans with Disabilities: P70-36 Who s Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: Fall 1991 P70-37 Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Health Insurance, 1990 to 1992 P70-41 Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Program Participation, 1990 to 1992 P70-43 Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Health Insurance, 1991 to 1993 P70-44 The Effect of Health Insurance Coverage on Doctor and Hospital Visits: 1990 to 1992 P70-46 Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Program Participation, 1991 to 1993 P70-47 Household Economic Studies Asset Ownership of Households: 1993 Statistical Brief SB/86-1 Age Structure of the U.S. Population in the 21st Century SB/88-1 Pensions: Planning for the Future SB/88-3 Who s Helping Out? Support Networks Among American Families SB/90-12 Persons Needing Assistance With Everyday Activities SB/91-21 Pensions: Who is Covered? SB/93-6 Preparing for Retirement Who Had Pension Coverage in 1991? SB/94-1 Americans With Disabilities SB/94-29 Participants in Assistance Programs SB/95-8 Sixty-Five Plus in the United States SB/95-26 What We re Worth Asset Ownership of Households: 1993 SB/95-27 Getting a Helping Hand, Long-Term Participants in Assistance Programs

12 8 Race P20 P Enrollment of Nonwhite Youths Rose Sharply In Last Five Years: 1961 P Negro Population: March 1964 P Negro Population: March 1965 P Negro Population: March 1966 P Negro Population: March 1967 P The Black Population in the United States: March 1988 P The Black Population in the United States: March 1990 P The Asian and Pacific Islander Population in the United States: March 1991 and 1990 P The Black Population in the United States: March 1991 P The Black Population in the United States: March 1992 P The Black Population in the United States: March 1994 and 1993 P23 P23-24 Social and Economic Conditions of Negroes in the United States: October 1967 P23-26 Recent Trends in Social and Economic Conditions of Negroes in the United States: July 1968 P23-29 The Social and Economic Status of Negroes in the United States, 1969 P23-35 Differences Between Incomes of White and Negro Families by Regions, 1969 and 1959 P23-38 The Social and Economic Status of Negroes in the United States: 1970 P23-39 Differences Between Incomes of White and Negro Families by Work Experience of Wife and Region: 1970, 1969, and 1959 P23-42 The Social and Economic Status of the Black Population in the United States: 1971 P23-46 The Social and Economic Status of the Black Population in the United States: 1972 P23-48 The Social and Economic Status of the Black Population in the United States: 1973 P23-54 The Social and Economic Status of the Black Population in the United States: 1974 P23-71 Racial Succession in Individual Housing Units (issued 1978) P23-80 The Social and Economic Status of the Black Population in the United States: An Historical View, P Exploring Alternative Race-Ethnic Comparison Groups in Current Population Surveys (issued 1992) Paper Listing PPL-32 The Asian and Pacific Islander Population: March 1994 PPL-45 The Black Population in the United States: March 1995 Statistical Brief SB/90-3 Blacks in America SB/93-2 Black Americans: A Profile SB/93-12 Asian and Pacific Islander Americans: A Profile SB/93-18 Statistical Indicators on Women: An Asian Perspective SB/94-12 Blacks in America 1992 SB/95-24 The Nation s Asian and Pacific Islander Population: 1994 Congressional Brief CB/94-1 Black Children in America: 1993

13 9 Hispanic Origin and Ethnic Origin Populations P20 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: November 1969 P Ethnic Origin and Educational Attainment: November 1969 P Characteristics of the Population by Ethnic Origin: November 1969 P Selected Characteristics of Persons and Families of Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Other Spanish Origin: March 1971 P Selected Characteristics of Persons and Families of Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Other Spanish Origin: March 1972 P Characteristics of the Population by Ethnic Origin: March 1972 and 1971 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1972 and 1971 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1973 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1974 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1975 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1976 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1977 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1978 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1979 P Persons of Spanish Origin in the United States: March 1982 P The Hispanic Population in the United States: March 1985 P The Hispanic Population in the United States: March 1986 and 1987 P The Hispanic Population in the United States: March 1988 P The Hispanic Population in the United States: March 1989 P The Hispanic Population in the United States: March 1990 P The Hispanic Population in the United States: March 1991 P20-465RV The Hispanic Population in the United States: March 1992 P The Hispanic Population of the United States: March 1993 P The Foreign-Born Population: 1994 P23 P23-60 Language Usage in the United States: July 1975 (A) P23-82 Coverage of the Hispanic Population of the United States in the 1970 Census P Ancestry and Language in the United States: November 1979 P The Hispanic Population of the U.S. Southwest Borderland (issued 1991) P Exploring Alternative Race-Ethnic Comparison Groups in Current Population Surveys (issued 1992) P Hispanic Americans Today (issued 1993) Paper Listing PPL-26 Hispanic Tabulations From the Current Population Survey: March 1994 PPL-31 The Foreign-Born Population: 1994 Statistical Brief SB/90-4 Hispanics in the United States SB/95-25 The Nation s Hispanic Population: 1994

14 10 Educational Attainment P20 P20-15 P20-45 P20-91 P20-99 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P23 P23-6 P23-8 P23-9 P P P P60 P60-56 P60-74 P60-92 P P P Educational Attainment of the Civilian Population: April 1947 School Enrollment, Educational Attainment, and Illiteracy: October 1952 Projections of Educational Attainment in the United States: 1960 to 1980 Literacy and Educational Attainment: March 1959 Educational Attainment: March 1962 Educational Change in a Generation: March 1962 Educational Attainment: March 1964 Educational Attainment: March 1966 and 1965 Educational Attainment: March 1967 Educational Attainment: March 1968 Educational Attainment: March 1969 Educational Attainment: March 1970 Educational Attainment in 30 Selected Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1967 Educational Attainment in 30 Selected Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1968 Illiteracy in the United States: November 1969 Educational Attainment in 30 Selected Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1969 Ethnic Origin and Educational Attainment: November 1969 Educational Attainment in 30 Selected Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1970 Educational Attainment: March 1971 Educational Attainment: March 1972 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1973 and 1974 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1975 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1977 and 1976 Demographic, Social, and Economic Profile of States: Spring 1976 (SIE) Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1978 and 1979 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1981 and 1980 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1982 to 1985 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1987 and 1986 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1989 and 1988 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1991 and 1990 Educational Attainment in the United States: March 1993 and 1992 Estimates of Illiteracy by States: 1950 Estimates of Illiteracy by States: 1960 Estimates of Median Age at High School and College Graduation: 1960 and 1950 Ancestry and Language in the United States: November 1979 Earnings in 1981 of Married-Couple Families, by Selected Characteristics of Husbands and Wives Lifetime Work Experience and Its Effect on Earnings: Retrospective Data From the 1979 Income Survey Development Program Annual Mean Income, Lifetime Income, and Educational Attainment of Men in the United States, for Selected Years, 1956 to 1966 Annual Mean Income, Lifetime Income, and Educational Attainment of Men in the United States, for Selected Years, 1956 to 1968 Annual Mean Income, Lifetime Income, and Educational Attainment of Men in the United States, for Selected Years, 1956 to 1972 Lifetime Earnings Estimates for Men and Women in the United States: 1979 Earnings in 1983 of Married-Couple Families, by Characteristics of Husbands and Wives Trends In Income, by Selected Characteristics: 1947 to 1988

15 11 Educational Attainment Con. P70 P70-11 What s It Worth? Educational Background and Economic Status: Spring 1984 P70-21 What s It Worth? Educational Background and Economic Status: Spring 1987 P70-32 What s It Worth? Educational Background and Economic Status: Spring 1990 P70-51 What s It Worth? Field of Training & Economic Status: Spring 1993 Paper Listing ISBPL-7 Education in the United States by Historical Income Summary Measures Statistical Brief SB/91-4 Does Education Pay Off? SB/93-7 Education: The Ticket to Higher Education SB/94-17 More Education Means Higher Career Earnings SB/94-25 Our Scholastic Society

16 12 School Enrollment P20 P20-1 P20-19 P20-24 P20-30 P20-34 P20-40 P20-45 P20-52 P20-54 P20-66 P20-70 P20-74 P20-78 P20-80 P20-89 P20-93 P20-97 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P School Enrollment of the Civilian Population: October 1946 School Enrollment of the Civilian Population: October 1947 School Enrollment of the Civilian Population: October 1948 School Enrollment of the Civilian Population: October 1949 School Enrollment of the Civilian Population: October 1950 School Enrollment: October 1951 School Enrollment, Educational Attainment, and Illiteracy: October 1952 School Enrollment: October 1953 School Enrollment: October 1954 School Enrollment: October 1955 School Enrollment Increase Averages 1.6 Million a Year Since 1953 School Enrollment: October 1956 School Enrollment Reaches 41.2 Million (issued 1957) School Enrollment: October 1957 School Enrollment Continues to Increase (issued 1958) School Enrollment: October 1958 School Enrollment Up 47 Percent Since 1950 (issued 1959) School Enrollment: October 1959 Fall School Enrollment at 46 Million (issued 1961) School Enrollment, and Education of Young Adults and Their Fathers: October 1960 Enrollment of Nonwhite Youths Rose Sharply in Last Five Years (issued 1962) School Enrollment: October 1961 School Enrollment: October 1962 School Enrollment Increases 17 Percent 1958 to 1963 School Enrollment: October 1963 Fall 1964 School Enrollment Approximately 52 Million School Enrollment: October 1964 School Enrollment: October 1965 School Enrollment: October 1966 Characteristics of Students and Their Colleges: October 1966 Factors Related to High School Graduation and College Attendance: 1967 School Enrollment: October 1968 and 1967 School Enrollment: October 1969 School Enrollment: October 1970 Undergraduate Enrollment in 2-Year and 4-Year Colleges: October 1971 Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1971 College Plans of High School Seniors: October 1972 Undergraduate Enrollment in 2-Year and 4-Year Colleges: October 1972 Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1972 Nursery School and Kindergarten Enrollment: October 1973 College Plans of High School Seniors: October 1973 Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1973 Income and Expenses of Students Enrolled in Postsecondary Schools: October 1973 College Plans of High School Seniors: October 1974 School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1974 Major Field of Study of College Students: October 1974 College Plans of High School Seniors: October 1975 School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1975 Nursery School and Kindergarten Enrollment of Children and Labor Force Status of Their Mothers: October 1967 to October 1976 School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1976

17 13 School Enrollment Con. P20 Con. P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1977 P Relative Progress of Children in School: 1976 (SIE) P Travel to School: October 1978 P Vocational School Experience: October 1976 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1978 P Living Arrangements of College Students: 1976 P Major Field of Study of College Students: October 1978 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1979 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1981 and 1980 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1982 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1983 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1985 and 1984 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1986 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1988 and 1987 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1989 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1990 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1991 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1992 P School Enrollment Social and Economic Characteristics of Students: October 1993 P23 P Private School Enrollment, Tuition, and Enrollment Trends: October 1979 P27 P27-30 Educational Status, College Plans, and Occupational Status of Farm and Nonfarm Youths: October 1959 P27-32 Factors Related to College Attendance of Farm and Nonfarm High School Graduates: 1960 P70 P70-39 Dollars for Scholars: Postsecondary Costs and Financing, Statistical Brief SB/94-21 Dollars for Scholars Postsecondary Costs and Financing SB/94-25 Our Scholastic Society

18 14 Farm and Rural Populations CENSUS BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS (BAE) 1 Estimates of Farm Population and Farm Households: April 1944 and April Farm Population Changes in 1944 PS-2 Estimated Civilian Population by Farm Residence, Age, and Sex: April Farm Operators in the United States: April 1944 and April Net Movement Away From Farms in the United States, by Age and Sex: 1940 to Recent Changes in Farm Population 6 Off-Farm Work of Farm Operators and Members of Their Households: 1943 PS-6 Shifts in Farm Population: December 1941 to March Farm Population Changes: April 1940 to January Recent Farm Population Changes: April Farm Dwellings and Farm Population: January Farm Population: January Farm Population Changes: 1940 to Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: 1940 to Estimated Farm Population of the United States: January Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: 1940 to State Economic Areas of the United States (issued 1950) 16A Estimates of the Farm Population: 1910 to Revised Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: 1910 to Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1950 and April Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1950 to April Economic Subregions of the United States (issued 1953) CENSUS AGRICULTURE MARKETING SERVICE (AMS) P27 P27-20 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1950 to April 1954 P27-21 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1950 to April 1955 P27-22 Rural-Farm Males Entering and Leaving Working Ages: and : Replacement Ratios and Rates P27-23 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1950 to 1956 P27-24 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1950 to 1957 P27-25 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1950 to 1958 P27-26 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1950 to 1959 P27-27 Educational Status and School Plans of Farm and Nonfarm Youth: October 1959 (A) P27-28 Effect of Definition Changes on Size and Composition of the Rural-Farm Population: April 1960 and 1959 P27-29 Estimates of the Rural-Farm Population of the United States: April 1960 CENSUS ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE (ERS) P27 P27-30 Educational Status, College Plans, and Occupational Status of Farm and Nonfarm Youths: October 1959 P27-31 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1961 P27-32 Factors Related to College Attendance of Farm and Nonfarm High School Graduates: 1960 P27-33 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1962 P27-34 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: April 1963 P27-35 Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: 1964 P27-36 Farm Population of the United States: 1965 P27-37 Farm Population of the United States: 1966 P27-38 Preliminary Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States: 1967 P27-39 Farm Population of the United States: 1967

19 15 Farm and Rural Populations Con. CENSUS ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE (ERS) Con. P27 Con. P27-40 Farm Population of the United States: 1968 P27-41 Farm Population of the United States: 1969 P27-42 Farm Population of the United States: 1970 P27-43 Farm Population of the United States: 1971 P27-44 Farm Population of the United States: 1972 P27-45 Farm Population of the United States: 1973 P27-46 Farm Population of the United States: 1974 P27-47 Farm Population of the United States: 1975 P27-48 Farm Population of the United States: 1976 (A) P27-49 Farm Population of the United States: 1976 (Concludes series of joint Census-ERS publications) P27-50 Farm Population of the United States: 1977 (A) P27-51 Farm Population of the United States: 1977 P27-52 Farm Population of the United States: 1978 P27-53 Farm Population of the United States: 1979 P27-54 Farm Population of the United States: 1980 P27-55 Farm Population of the United States: 1981 P27-56 Farm Population of the United States: 1982 P27-57 Farm Population of the United States: 1983 P27-58 Farm Population of the United States: 1984 P27-59 Farm Population of the United States: 1985 P27-60 Farm Population of the United States: 1986 P27-61 Rural and Rural Farm Population: 1987 (Last report in this series) P20 P Rural and Rural Farm Population: 1988 P Residents of Farms and Rural Areas: 1989 P Residents of Farms and Rural Areas: 1990 P Residents of Farms and Rural Areas: 1991 (Concludes the series on Residents of Farms and Rural Areas)

20 16 Fertility P20 P20-8 Differential Fertility: June 1946 P20-18 Fertility: April 1946 P20-27 Marital Fertility: April 1949 P20-29 Estimated Net Reproduction Rates for the White Population, by Counties: April 1935 to April 1940 P20-46 Fertility of the Population: April 1952 P20-65 Fertility of the Population: April 1954 P20-84 Fertility of the Population: March 1957 P Marriage, Fertility, and Childspacing: August 1959 P Continuing Increase in the Average Number of Children Ever Born: 1940 to 1964 (A) P Fertility of the Population: June 1964 and March 1962 P Women by Number of Own Children Under 5 Years Old: 1968 and 1967 P Marriage, Fertility, and Childspacing: June 1965 P Changes in the Average Number of Children Ever Born to Women: 1960 to November 1969 (A) P Fertility of the Population: January 1969 P Women by Number of Own Children Under 5 Years Old: March 1969 P Previous and Prospective Fertility: 1967 P Fertility Variations by Ethnic Origin: November 1969 P Birth Expectations and Fertility: June 1972 P Fertility Histories and Birth Expectations of American Women: June 1971 P Fertility Expectations of American Women: June 1973 P Fertility Expectations of American Women: June 1974 P Fertility of American Women: June 1975 P Fertility of American Women: June 1976 P Trends in Childspacing: 1975 P Fertility of American Women: June 1977 P Fertility of American Women: June 1978 P Fertility of American Women: June 1979 P Fertility of American Women: June 1980 P Fertility of American Women: June 1981 P Childspacing Among Birth Cohorts of American Women: 1905 to 1959 P Fertility of American Women: June 1982 P Fertility of American Women: June 1983 P Fertility of American Women: June 1984 P Fertility of American Women: June 1985 P Fertility of American Women: June 1986 P Fertility of American Women: June 1987 P Fertility of American Women: June 1988 P Fertility of American Women: June 1990 P Fertility of American Women: June 1992 P Fertility of American Women: June 1994 P23 P23-4 Estimated Net Reproduction Rates for the White Population, by Counties, April 1945 to 1950 and 1935 to 1940 P23-36 Fertility Indicators: 1970 P23-63 Premarital Fertility (issued 1976) P23-70 Perspectives on American Fertility (issued 1978) P International Fertility Indicators (Analysis Confined to the Mid-70 s) (issued 1983) P Future Fertility of Women by Present Age and Parity (Analysis of American Historical Data, ) P Work and Family Patterns of American Women (issued March 1990) P Studies in American Fertility (issued 1991) Statistical Brief SB/91-6 The Shifting Fertility Patterns of American Women

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