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Below are recommended web sites for government statistical information. The Library also has a wealth of Census data in summary format from 1930-1990. See a librarian for assistance.
The 2010 census is available online.
One can also access population schedules for Maryland from 1790-1930. Genealogists are encouraged to visit the genealogy research assistance guide for more information.
American Factfinder. Census data from a variety of sources.
Bureau of Justice Statistics. Information on crime, criminal offenders, victims of crime, etc.
County and City Data Book, 1988, 1994. Create custom printouts and data subsets.
Economic Indicators, US Congress, 1995-Present. Published for the Joint Economic Committee.
FedStats. Statistics from over 70 Federal agencies.
National Center for Educational Statistics. Data related to the education system in the US and other nations.
National Center for Health Statistics. Data on infant and child health, diseases, births, etc.
Statistical Abstract of the United States. Statistical data on the social, political, and economic organization of the US.
In print: REF HA202.S85
Trade and Economic Analysis. US trade statistics, and state and metropolitan export data.
U.S.A. Spending.gov. Reveals government expenditures, to be updated regularly.
Maryland State Data Center. Economic and demographic statistics and projections for Maryland.
Maryland Vital Statistics. Birth, death, cause of death, marriage, and more statistics for all counties in Maryland.