If you're doing genealogical research on ancestors from New England, this is a key resource. In Central Library only.
Includes Access to Ancestry.com for Fee Databases Powered by Ancestry.com, allows family researchers access to search through a database comprised of an array of public records. Provided via ProQuest, includes Census Records, Passenger Lists, etc. In library use only.
Includes family histories, local histories, and primary sources in full images.
2010 Census Information from the Michigan Department of History, Arts and Libraries.
Interactive website enables you to graph and map data to determine "Hard to Count" areas. Includes links to national and MI resources.
The state of Michigan's library's resource center for genealogical and family history research, including access to the Michigan 1870 Census Index.
A comprehensive guide to the 1930 census. Learn how the census was taken, which records survive today, and how to find microfilm that may contain your family's records.
Census and population data from the U.S. Census.
Provides access to detailed demographic data and related mapping data for each U.S. public school district.
Access the most current census information through the Census Bureau's site, as well as statistical data compiled on demographics, geography and business.
Your portal to the most up to date information regarding the Census 2000 findings.
Your source for population, housing, economic, and geographic data.
Locate statistical data, summary reports, survey forms and government publications for federal, state, and local levels.
Census Bureau has released historical censuses, 1790-1860 and Statistical Abstracts, 1876-1936 and 1953-1958.
Provides searchable access to demographic information and data for all fifty states.
Guide for users interested in comparing and contrasting the changes in census tract data.
Profiles of U.S. cities. Includes pictures, maps, satellite photos, stats about residents and much more.
Official population and housing data.
Primary source of information on the labor force characteristics of the U.S. population.
Find information about American cities and towns. Includes cemeteries, airports, libraries, newspapers, and demographics. Information about common misspellings of American place names plus more than 5,000 former place names of communities in 37 states.
Selected historical statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau.
A national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the U.S.
Find statistical and census data about many aspects of the state of Michigan, including information about business patterns, county population shifts, and ethnicity profiles.
Access preliminary population projections.
A program of the Nonprofit Voter Engagement Network, energizing nonprofit organizations to support a complete and accurate Census 2010 count of their community.
Quick, easy access to facts about people, business, and geography for all fifty states.
Includes all Census data published for counties in the latest editions of the State and Metropolitan Area Data Book and the County and City Data Book, as well as some previously unpublished data from other Federal agencies.
2000 census data by zip codes.