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STATISTICAL ABSTRACT SUPPLEMENTS

County and City Data Book, 1967. A compact presentation

of 144 items of statistical data for each county in the United States, 113 items for each of 224 standard metropolitan statistical areas, and 148 items for each of 683 incorporated cities having 25,000 inhabitants or more in 1960. Information comparable to that for counties is also presented for geographic regions and divisions, and for States. Items included based largely on results of 1962 census of governments, 1963 censuses of business, manufactures, and mineral industries, and 1964 census of agriculture, as well as data from the 1960 censuses of population and housing. Includes 53 maps, explanatory and definitive text, source notes, and appendixes on area and population of urban places, county governments, cities without weather stations, special censuses, and sources of population esti

mates. 713 pages. Issued 1967. Price $5.50 (clothbound). Pocket Data Book, USA 1967. Graphic and tabular presenta

tion of summary statistics on a wide variety of subjects. Designed for quick and easy reference. In color; pocket

size; 368 pages. Issued 1967. Price $1.50 (paperbound). Directory of Federal Statistics for Local Areas, 1966. A com

prehensive finding guide to sources of Federal statistics for metropolitan areas, counties, urban places, and other local areas. Specific sources shown for hundreds of items of information on agriculture, banking, business, construction, governments, housing, income, labor, manufactures, mineral industries, population, transportation, and other

subjects. 162 pages. Issued 1966. Price $1.00 (paperbound). Directory of Federal Statistics for States, 1967. Scheduled for

release in late 1967. Similar in subject matter coverage to the directory for local areas, cited above, but devoted entirely to the voluminous data available at the State level. Approximately 375 pages; paperbound.

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STATISTICAL ABSTRACT SUPPLEMENTS

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Congressional District Data Book (Districts of the 88th Congress)

and Supplements, Redistricted States. The Data Book together with supplements for 7 States that redistricted after the beginning of the 88th Congress present data for all congressional districts as constituted for the 89th Congress. Includes 254 statistical items for all 435 congressional districts; 113 items pertaining to nonwhite population for selected districts; and 144 items for districts or combinations of districts following county lines. Based largely on results of recent censuses. Includes text, source notes, maps for each State showing congressional district boundaries, and lists of urban places with 10,000 or more inhabitants. Supplements for States redistricting for the 90th Congress contain data on vote cast, 1954 to 1964, 226 statistical items on population and housing for all districts, 113 items pertaining to the nonwhite population for selected districts, and maps showing the new district boundaries. Data Book (clothbound) 603 pages, issued 1964; Supplements (paper) 89th Congress, issued 1965; 90th Congress, issued 1966 and 1967. Price Data Book and Supplements $4.75.

Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to

1957. Prepared with the cooperation of the Social Science Research Council. A compilation of more than 8,000 statistical time series, largely annual, on American social and economic development covering periods from 1610 to 1957. Includes definitions of terms and descriptive text. Specific source notes provide a basic guide to original published sources for further reference and additional data. Detailed alphabetical subject index. 801 pages. Issued 1960. Price $6.00 (clothbound).

Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1957;

Continuation to 1962 and Revisions. Carries forward the more than 6,000 series in the basic volume that are still current; includes about 300 series that are complements to, or substitutes for, series discontinued since 1956; and presents revisions and corrections for more than 650 series. 158 pages. Issued 1965. Price $1.00 (paperbound).

Purchase orders should be addressed to the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.

CONTENTS

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Page

Fig. 1. Map of the United States, showing Census divisions and regions.---- xii

Sec. 1. POPULATION....

1

Fig. Il-111. Projections; Families, by number of children.

4

Fig. IV. Center of population.

11

Area and population...

5 Sex, age, race..

24

Components of change

6 Nativity and parentage.

31

Outlying areas.-

7 Marital status.--

33

Projections...

8 Mobility and migration.

34

State distribution...

12 Households and families.

36

Urban, rural, metropolitan.--. 16 | Religious bodies.----

41

Sec. 2. VITAL STATISTICS, HEALTH, AND NUTRITION.

44

Fig. V-VI. Vital statistics rates; Life expectancy ---

44

Vital statistics summary-

47 Health expenditures, insurance 69

Births, rates, fertility-..

48 Hospitals, nursing homes..

74

Life expectancy ---

53 Mental patients.--

79

Deaths, rates, causes.

56 Medicinal chemicals.

82

Marriage and divorce..

62 Disability, illness, injury--

83

Physicians, dentists, nurses.

66 | Nutrition, food programs.

87

Sec. 3. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION...

Fig. VII-VIII. Immigrants; Nonimmigrants ----

93

Quotas, immigrants, refugees.----- 94 Passports, travelers.

101

Alien movements...-

99 Naturalization..

103

Sec. 4. EDUCATION...

106

Fig. IX. Current expenditure per pupil..--

106

Schools, enrollment....

109 Classroom teachers.

128

Educational attainment, income... 113 Nonpublic schools. -

130

School dropouts....

119 Graduates.---

131

Elementary, secondary.

120 Higher education..

132

Segregation, desegregation.

124 Degrees earned..

137

Special schools.

125 Land-grant colleges; libraries. 141

Public school finances..

126 Vocational training; federal aid..-- 142

Sec. 5. LAW ENFORCEMENT, FEDERAL COURTS, AND PRISONS.------- 147

Fig. X. Specified crimes, by area..

149

Crimes, tates, victims..

149 Court cases; lawyers---

157

Offenses and arrests.

153 Correctional institutions.--

162

Police protection..

155 Prisoners.

164

Sec. 6. AREA, GEOGRAPHY, AND CLIMATE.

170

Fig. XI. Territorial expansion---

170

Land and water areas..

173 Temperature.

184

Altitudes; storms and floods .. 177 Precipitation.

190

Water use..

179 Sun, wind, humidity.

Air pollution....

180 Degree days...

197

Page

Sec. 7. PUBLIC LANDS, PARKS, RECREATION, AND TRAVEL.

198

Fig. XII-XIII. Federally owned land; National travel...

198

Public domain...
200 State and local parks..

208

Land ownership; Federal property - 201 Recreation, sports--

210

Public and Indian lands...
204 Cultural activities.

214

National parks, forests..
206 | Travel.

215

Sec. 8. LABOR FORCE, EMPLOYMENT, AND EARNINGS..

217

Fig. XIV. Trends in the labor force.-

220

Employment status....
221 Hours and earnings...-

237

Labor force characteristics.. 222 Supplementary wage benefits..

241

Employment by industry
224 Farm employment.

242

Female labor force.---
229 Labor turnover..

244

Employment by occupation.... 230 Injury rates....

245

Output indexes...
236 | Labor unions; work stoppages..--

246

Sec. 9. NATIONAL DEFENSE AND VETERANS AFFAIRS.

251

Fig. XV-XVI. Defense expenditures; Selective service draftees -

253

Defense expenditures..
252 Military personnel.

262

Defense-related employment.---- 255 National guard...

266

Military assistance...
258 Selective Service..

268

Civil defense..
259 Veterans..

271

Military forces.
261 | Veterans benefits.-

272

Sec. 10. SOCIAL INSURANCE AND WELFARE SERVICES.

279

Fig. XVII. Social welfare expenditures..

282

Public welfare expenditures.--
283 Public assistance..

304

Federal grants.--

285 Maternal and child welfare.. 308

Social insurance programs. 287 | Orphans and adoptions...

309

Social Security (OASDHI). 289 | Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.. 310

Pensions and retirements..
296 Vocational rehabilitation..

310

Unemployment insurance..

298 United Fund and Red Cross.. 311

Workmen's compensation.. 302 Foundations..

313

Sec. 11. INCOME, EXPENDITURES, AND WEALTH..

315

Fig. XVIII. National product and personal income and expenditures.- 318

Fig. XIX. Median income of families---

318

National product and income... 319 | Flow of funds...

330

Economic growth rates..

322 Family and individual income.. 332

Consumer expenditures.
323 Poverty----

338

National income..
324 Personal wealth.

342

Personal income..
326 | National wealth..

344

Sec. 12. PRICES..

346

Fig. XX-XXI. Wholesale price indexes; Consumer price inderes--- 346

Wholesale price indexes.
349 Consumer price indexes.

355

Market price indexes..
351 Cost of living indexes...

357

Wholesale prices...
353 Retail prices and indexes.-

359

Import and export prices.
354 | Fuel and electricity costs..

360

Sec. 13. ELECTIONS..

363

Fig. XXII. Vote cast for President.--

364

Vote cast, national elections. 365 Composition of Congress..

373

Vote for President...
366 Bills, acts, vetoes...

374

Vote for Senators.--
369 Vote for Governor.

375

Congressional apportionment.. 370 State legislatures-

376

Congressional district population - 371 Voting age population..

377

Vote for Representatives.
372) Political broadcast costs...

380

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Sec. 14. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FINANCES AND EMPLOYMENT..----- 381

Fig. XXIII. Organization of the Government-

384

Fig. XXIV-XXV. Administrative budget; Government dollar..

385

Budget and trust fund totals.- 386 Tax revenue.

396

Receipts and expenditures... 387 Individual income tax returns.. 397

Aid to States and localities. 392 Corporation income tax returns... 403

Subsidy programs.
394 Public and private debt..

403

Federal property --
395 | Employment and payrolls - -

407

Sec. 15. STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCES AND EMPLOY.

MENT..

413

Fig. XXVI-XXVII. Government finances; Per capita tax revenue.. 415

Governmental units.--.

414 State government finances... 429

Finances, all governments. 417 Local government finances.-

434

Federal aid.----
420 City government finances.

435

Governmental expenditure-- 421 Locally assessed property-

437

State and local finances.
423 Employment and payrolls

439

Sec. 16. BANKING, FINANCE, AND INSURANCE ---

444

Fig. XXVIII-XXIX. Commercial bank assets; Stock prices ---

444

Fig. XXX. Life insurance in force..

447

Uses and sources of funds.. 448 Credit unions and credit.

465

Money.-.
450 Securities exchanges.-

466

Banks and banking---
451 Stock ownership---

471

Farm credit.----
460 Life insurance...

472

Mortgages and home loans.. 461 Health insurance.

475

Savings and loan associations..--. 463) Property insurance-

478

Sec. 17. BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.

481

Fig. XXXI. New plant and equipment expenditures.

481

Business firms.----

484 Corporate receipts and profits. 491

Social Security reporting units - 486 Inventories and expenditures- 496

Consumer cooperatives..
488 Mergers and acquisitions.

498

Corporate assets and liabisities.--- 489 Bankruptcies...

499

Largest companies-----
490 Business failures..

500

Sec. 18. COMMUNICATIONS...

503

Fig. XXXII-XXXIII. Mail revenues; Communications revenues - 504

Postal service.
505 | Newspapers -

517

Telephone and telegraph.
509 | Books..

520

Radio and television...
514 Copyrights-

522

Sec. 19, POWER...

523

Horsepower of prime movers--
523 Electric energy-

525

Mineral energy ---
524 Gas utility industry.

533

Sec. 20. SCIENCE....

535

Pig. XXXIV. NASA expenditures.

536

Research and development.---
537| Atomic energy -

546

Scientists and engineers.
540| Patents and trademarks..

548

Science education...
545 | Space programs.-

548

Sec. 21. TRANSPORTATION-LAND.

550

Fig. XXXV-XXXVI. Freight traffic; Passenger traffic.---

550

Transport revenues.
552 Intercity motor carriers -

570

Intercity traffic.....
553 Manufacturers shipments--

572

Road mileage and finances - 554 Motor vehicle accidents.

573

Motor fuel, motor vehicles. 560 Railroads...

575

Transit industry-
568 Petroleum pipelines.

580

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