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Digital Atlas of the U.S.

Map, United States - Per Capita Income, 1989, William Bowen, Digital Atlas. . .

More than 100 maps based on information taken almost entirely from 1990 census data. Maps chart American population and race, ancestry, citizenship, wealth, and education. Also furnishes similar atlases for California, New York City, Washington, DC, and Boston. A useful resource for those studying cultural, economic, urban, and regional geography in the late 20th century.