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Social Explorer provides access to current and historical census data and demographic information. The web interface lets users create maps and reports to illustrate, analyze, and understand a variety of data, including average household incomes, population density, gender distribution, marital status, occupations, and more.
Historical Statistics Online
If you can't find what you need with these basic sources, ask a Subject Specialist for help.
Historical Census in the National Archives
Census Records in the National Archives
A catalog of census records that are available from the National Archives (Note: The National Archives does not offer digitized records, but you can find out what records exist)
Family History Library
The Family History Library (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) has a large collection of NARA Census schedules.
Historical Statistics in Print
The following are esentially print versions of the online sources listed to the left. In addition, the Marriott Library has a huge collection of historic U.S. Census reports.