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Relationship between incorporated places and counties_
Trends in population of incorporated places..
Incorporated and unincorporated places in Alaska,
Relation of standard metropolitan areas to other
Relationship between population in standard metro-
politan areas and urbanized areas.........
Standard metropolitan areas in Hawaii and Puerto
A.-Estimates of coverage error for persons, by regions and
B. Estimates of number of persons erroneously omitted
from, or erroneously included in, census enumera-
tion district listings, by race and type of error, for
C.-Standard errors of coverage error statistics for
D.-Center of population: 1790 to 1950.
E.-Population, urban and rural, according to new and
old urban-rural definitions: 1950....
F.-Population base for apportionment and the number of
Representatives apportioned: 1790 to 1950..........
G.-Rank of States according to percent of population
classified as urban: 1950 and 1900...
H.-Population in groups of counties classified according
L.-Cities of 25,000 or more in 1950 that increased by 100
percent or more between 1940 and 1950.............
M.-Population in groups of standard metropolitan areas
classified according to size: 1950 and 1940_---.
N.-Population inside and outside urbanized areas and
standard metropolitan areas: 1950-----
O.-Marital status of persons 14 years old and over by sex,
based on 1950 Census (Series P-B) and on Current
Population Survey, for the United States.___
P.-Residence in 1949 of persons 1 year old and over, based
on 1950 Census (Series P-B) and on Current
Population Survey, for the United States.---.
Q.-Labor force participation rates based on reports for
identical persons obtained by 1950 Census and by
Current Population Survey enumerators, by age,
K.-Population in groups of incorporated and unincor-