1. Genealogy Get Started 5 - Census A Key to Your Family History and Genealogy Research

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    Fiona Tellesson the founder of GenealogyHangout.Com shows you how to find your ancestors in the Census, what kind of information you'll get, and the secret to using census tools.http://www.genealogyhangout.com/

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    • US Census "Baby"

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      Emotional spot to convey to Latinos living in the US, the need NOT to be invisible as individuals or community. In this case, Pablito is a baby "invisible" to all except his parent in a newborn ward.

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      • US Census "Without Fear"

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        Directed and narrated by Edward James Olmos, this spot is a call to all people of Hispanic descent living in the US to step into the limelight with pride by filling and mailing back the census form. It's an ode to the spirit, diversity and character of Latinos who make up the fabric of the nation.

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        • 03 data census n csv

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          Introductory tutorial on using QGIS to link US Census Bureau data to TIGER/Line vector files.

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          • 'Only' #1 : Kimberly Gaines

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            As I am a part of the minority that was the only offspring of their parents, I find myself, now in my late 30s, looking at the unique nature of the only child experience. Thus, I'm curious as to what it was like for others. These interviews, conducted with a point-and-shoot and cellphone cameras, seek to give the viewer brief glimpses into this experience from interview subjects as old as the "Baby Boomer" generation and as young as the grade-schooler of today. As five is always a sweet number I'll seek out that many subjects for this particular project, and see what they have to say. First up is artist/educator Kimberly Gaines

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            • US Census "Running Water"

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              • Why did the government group students by race and ethnicity?

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                No Child Left Behind shed light on the achievement by grouping students primarily by race and ethnicity and then collecting data on each group's performance.The NCLB race subgroups included Black Students, Asian Students, White Students, Native American Students and Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Students. Of special interest is the ethnicity based subgroup of Hispanic Students. Why did the government group students by race and ethnicity? What does ethnicity mean? What defines Hispanic Students? The US Census Bureau helps us understand race and ethnicity in education.

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                • Census 1 of 5

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                  Excerpts from upcoming DVD on the US census. This one features world population numbers, census background, and general 2010 US census information.

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                  • Robert M. Groves: Looking Backward Guessing Forward

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                    US Census Director Robert M. Groves' keynote speech on the future of survey research & the US Census at the Michigan Population Studies Center's 50th Anniversary celebration. October 22, 2011.

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                    • Steve Jost from the US Census Bureau talks about counting the nation

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                      Steve Jost from the US Census Bureau talks about how the Census used digital communications to connect with tens of thousands of citizens during the last census.

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