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Bureau of Labor Statistic's Consumer Price Index

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Government


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US Federal Government Statistics Resources


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County Business Patterns

Subject:

Government


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US Federal Government Statistics Resources


Description:

We get the CT version in print, but here's a site that covers all states.


National Center for Education Statistics

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Government


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US Federal Government Statistics Resources


Description:

A clearing house for information relating to American education. If you are interested in finding school districts that fit a particular profile or locating expertise in a particular area of educational practice, try this site.


Quick Facts

Subject:

Government


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US Federal Government Statistics Resources


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Quick, easy access to facts about people, business & geography, brought to you by the U.S. Census.


Social Security Death Index

Subject:

Government


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US Federal Government Statistics Resources


Description:

Online search--a boon for genealogists.


Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics

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Government


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US Federal Government Statistics Resources


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Statistical Abstract of the United States

Subject:

Government


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US Federal Government Statistics Resources


Description:

Note: If you are not using the internet access computers at the Library, you will need to download and install the Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the information.


U.S. Government Manual

Subject:

Government


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US Federal Government Statistics Resources


Description:

The official handbook of the Federal Government provides information on the legislative, judicial, and executive branches. It also includes information on agencies, organizations, boards, commissions and committees. The Manual begins with reprints of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.




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