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    search. Many Genealogies cites provides records of U.S census to help find family information. U.S censuses are one of the most commonly used can use for the study of genealogy. Although all records can be useful using the census as a source of genealogical information does raise a few question; specifically, are earlier censuses records less accurate, thus making it harder to trace family history then more recent censuses? How has the U.S census evolved to better clarify information on its residents

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    minutes southwest of Ann Arbor and northwest of the City of Milan where U.S. 12 (the historic Chicago-to-Detroit road) intersects the Saline River. According to the United States Census Bureau (2016), the city has a total area of 4.33 square miles of which 4.26 square miles is land and 0.07 square miles is water. As of the 2010 Census, Saline has a population of about 9,158 people. The largest employers in the Saline area are the Automotive Components Holdings Plant and the University of Michigan

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    In an article about the effect of demographics on education—released shortly after the findings of the 2000 United States Census—Hodgkinson (2000/2001) discusses, rather generally, knowledge gained from the census in terms of its ramifications for educators and educational leaders. Beginning with a discussion of general changing demographics, the author continues by exploring the questions of race and age in America, and concludes with a section on tips for teachers and the importance of demographics

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    intensifies the struggle when attempting to pursue independence and obtain individualism (Warner, 2012). The rate of unemployment for the 18 – 31 age groups nearly doubles that of the next age group comprised of their senior cohort. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 63% of the stated young adult age groups were not employed in 2012, with this being the highest percentage in forty years (2012). Most parents have a very strong influence on the course of the career their children chooses to follow. Finding

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    importantly as the U.S. Census. The U.S. Census required efficient data processing because of the large numbers and various types of data it dealt with. The U.S. Census was the catalyst for the boom of computing technology. Its effects are still felt till this day. History of the United States Census The U.S. Census was initially established as a mandate by the Constitution to determine representation of each state in the House of Representatives in Congress. The first U.S. Census taken was in 1790

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    Equality for Women in our Society

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    2010. United States Census Bureau. [PDF file.] Retrieved from http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-03.pdf Mosser, K. (2013). Ethics and social responsibility (2nd ed.). San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc. Shangbo, L. (2012). Study on the Employment of Female College Graduates in an Age of Employment Equality. Japanese Economy, 39(3), 30-48. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com.proxy-library.ashford.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bsh&AN=86457278&site=eds-live United States

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    the road. As you pass by what once was your favorite mom and pop’s restaurant you began to reminisce on the time you spent there with loved ones. This has become the story of residents in Boley, Oklahoma; one of the first all black towns in the state. History In 1903 the community of Boley was established on 160 acres of land belonging to a woman named Abigail Barnett; who inherited the land from her Creek freedman father James Barnett. At that time Boley, Oklahoma was considered one of the largest

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    College Students and Sub-culture

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    their own. Also, there are even some humans who choose to live an animalistic lifestyle. In addition, I am Caucasian or white Anglo-Saxon. This is a large sub-group that makes up over 70% of the American population according to the 2010 census (2010 Census). Speaking of America, I am also an American citizen. These are probably the three largest sub-groups I am a part of and there are many more to follow. I am female and of Scot-Irish decent. These and those mentioned above are all physical

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    Supplemental Income Program In 1972, Congress replaced the State-administered programs with the Federally administered Supplemental Income (SSI) program as an assistance source of last resort for the aged, blind, or disabled whose income and resources are below specified levels. The SSI program went into effect in January 1974, administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). SSI has been highly successful in helping society's most vulnerable citizens. These individuals rely on SSI

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    Germans

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    By the twentieth century over two million Germans have immigrated to the United States. Regardless of where they settled they came from a multitude of areas and for a variety of reasons. They were a highly diversified group in terms of regional origin, religious and political orientation, education, and socioeconomic standing. There were a multitude of push factors, or issues that caused Germans to want to leave Germany from inside the country. One of those is that during the time of World War One

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