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1970 Census of Population and Housing: Census Tracts

Report Number PHC(1)
Component ID: #ti1581070340

This report presents statistics by census tract on the characteristics of the population and housing units for 241 standard metropolitan statistical areas (SMSA's) as reported in the 1970 Census of Population and Housing. Each report relates to a particular standard metropolitan Statistical area (SMSA), and in some cases covers certain areas adjacent to the SMSA.

The tables present population statistics, housing statistics, and Negroes and people of Spanish language or surname or persons of Puerto Rican birth or parentage; they include only those tracts that have a population of 400 or more of the particular group. The tables include data for the component counties and places of 25,000 or more in the SMSA, as well as for the tracts.


Part 1

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Abilene, Texas - Appleton-Oshkosh, Wisconsin

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Asheville, North Carolina - Biloxi-Gulfport, Mississippi

zip   Full Report   [182.8 MB]

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Binghamton, New York-Pennsylvania - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

zip   Full Report   [177.1 MB]

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Champaign-Urbana, Illinois - Chicago, Illinois

zip   Full Report   [184.2 MB]

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Cincinnati, Ohio - Corpus Christi, Texas

zip   Full Report   [163.3 MB]

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Dallas, Texas - Detroit, Michigan

zip   Full Report   [224.4 MB]

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Dubuque, Iowa - Fort Worth, Texas

zip   Full Report   [180.6 MB]

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Fresno, California - Hartford, Connecticut

zip   Full Report   [160.2 MB]

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Honolulu, Hawaii - Kalamazoo, Michigan

zip   Full Report   [178.3 MB]

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Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas - Lexington, Kentucky

zip   Full Report   [166.7 MB]

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Lima, Ohio - Los Angeles-Long Beach, California

zip   Full Report   [205.9 MB]

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Louisville, Kentucky-Indiana - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

zip   Full Report   [200.5 MB]

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Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota - New Orleans, Louisiana

zip   Full Report   [178.7 MB]

Part 14

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New York, New York

zip   Full Report   [237.7 MB]

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Newark, New Jersey - Orlando, Florida

zip   Full Report   [156.9 MB]

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Oxnard-Ventura, California - Pine Bluff, Arkansas

zip   Full Report   [170.6 MB]

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Reno, Navada

zip   Full Report   [176.8 MB]

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Richmond, Virginia - Salinas-Monterey, California

zip   Full Report   [168.6 MB]

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Salt Lake City, Utah - San Francisco-Oakland, California

zip   Full Report   [199.3 MB]

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San Jose, California - Spokane, Washington

zip   Full Report   [165.6 MB]

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Springfield, Illinois - Toledo, Ohio-Michigan

zip   Full Report   [175.4 MB]

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Topeka, Kansas - Washington, D.C.-Maryland-Virginia

zip   Full Report   [172.6 MB]

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Waterbury, Connecticut - Worcester, Massachusetts

zip   Full Report   [109.5 MB]

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York, Pennsylvania - San Juan, Puerto Rico

zip   Full Report   [98.5 MB]
Component ID: #ti702095047

A Note on Language

Census statistics date back to 1790 and reflect the growth and change of the United States. Past census reports contain some terms that today’s readers may consider obsolete and inappropriate. As part of our goal to be open and transparent with the public, we are improving access to all Census Bureau original publications and statistics, which serve as a guide to the nation's history.

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