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World Book and Copyright Day: April 23, 2019

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From United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO):

“23 April is a symbolic date for world literature. It is on this date in 1616 that Cervantes, Shakespeare and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega all died. It is also the date of birth or death of other prominent authors, such as Maurice Druon, Halldor K. Laxness, Vladimir Nabokov, Josep Pla and Manuel Mejía Vallejo.

“It was a natural choice for UNESCO's General Conference, held in Paris in 1995, to pay a world-wide tribute to books and authors on this date, encouraging everyone, and in particular young people, to discover the pleasure of reading and gain a renewed respect for the irreplaceable contributions of those, who have furthered the social and cultural progress of humanity. With this in mind, UNESCO created the World Book and Copyright Day.”

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Key Stats:

Source: 2016 County Business Patterns.

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Note: The table above is cropped at the right and the bottom. Click on the image to see the full table. NAICS code 51912 (Libraries and archives) does not include government libraries

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More Stats:

Source: Monthly Retail Trade and Food Services (1992-2019).

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Source: Quarterly Financial Report (2009-2019).

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Source: Quarterly Services Survey (2006-2019).

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Source: 2016 County Business Patterns.

Table CB1600A11, Geography Area Series: County Business Patterns:

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Source: 2016 Nonemployer Statistics.

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