World History Series - The War of 1812

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Dollar diplomacy would soon drag a reluctant America into the muddy trenches of the Western Front. They provided what city dwellers had long been seeking�bigger yards and more privacy. Includes data on employment by occupation, industry, age, sex, race, education, etc. "Estimates of the rural agricultural workforce by sex and age-group, by county at census dates from 1800 to 1900. S. population included an estimated 5.2 million people with some American Indian or Alaska Native ancestry (2.9 million exclusively of such ancestry) and 1.2 million with some native Hawaiian or Pacific island ancestry (0.5 million exclusively). [212] The census counted more than 19 million people of "Some Other Race" who were "unable to identify with any" of its five official race categories in 2010, over 18.5 million (97%) of whom are of Hispanic background. [212] The population growth of Hispanic and Latino Americans (the terms are officially interchangeable) is a major demographic trend.

Pages: 128

Publisher: Lucent Books; 1 edition (September 1, 1999)

ISBN: 1560065818

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