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Observations on Villierstown in 1841 and 1851

Observations on Villierstown in 1841 and 1851

Niall C.E.J. O’Brien

Introduction

The village of Villierstown was established as a new town in the 1750s as a place to house the linen workers brought in from Ulster to work the newly established linen industry on the Dromana estate. 3,052 more words

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Tuesday's Tip: How does the US Census compare to the Canadian Census?

Does the Canadian census work like the US census? Not exactly. The Canadian census starts earlier than the US but is less accessible. Detail also varies. 62 more words

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Millennials Outnumber Baby Boomers and Are Far More Diverse, Census Bureau Reports

Millennials Outnumber Baby Boomers and Are Far More Diverse, Census Bureau Reports
Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Millennials, or America’s youth born between 1982 and 2000, now number 83.1 million and represent more than one quarter of the nation’s population.

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Celine Cooper: Let's bring back the long-form census

With Canada Day just around the corner, Statistics Canada has released a new infographic. Titled Proud To Be Canadian, the image is a visual representation of data from the Pride in Canadian Achievements module that was part of the 2013 General Social Survey on Social Identity. 600 more words

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Map: Detroit Regional Cartogram 2010

Members of the Detroit Geographic Expedition and Institute (DGEI) examined population in a cartogram of Southeast Michigan in 1970. I partially recreated the cartogram looking at just Wayne County population numbers from 2010. 54 more words

Detroit

Utah's youngest counties are REALLY young

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah is the youngest state in the country. No surprise there. Utahns have more children and thus a lower median age. But the Census Bureau broke the numbers down between counties and found numbers that show parts of Utah are… 233 more words

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