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Statistical Abstract of the United States
Reference: Call Number HA202 .U58s
1878-2012 available electronically (link above)
2013 and newer available in print only
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U.S. Census Data
The Economic Census profiles the American economy every 5 years and provides detailed information about industries and geographic areas, including number of establishments, employment, payroll, and sales, receipts, or revenue. The Economic Census covers the 18 sectors that comprise the private, nonfarm economy, but economy-wide totals are not published because the census does not cover the agricultural services that are included in the programs listed below, and because not all sectors are published for all geographic levels (U.S., states, metro areas, counties, and cities).
American Community Survey
The 2010 Census shows the number of people who live in the U.S. and the American Community Survey shows how people live. Use data from the American Community Survey to obtain demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics. Use numbers from the 2010 Census to obtain counts of the population and their basic characteristics (sex, age, race, Hispanic origin, and homeowner status).
Indiana Agriculture Statistics
Indiana agricultural statistics, county estimates, state overview, and agriculture census data, compiled by the National Agriculture Statistics Service.