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I thought I knew how to reference Census 2010 population numbers but when I clicked on the link it didn't reproduce the Census table where I obtained the information.
To find 2010 Census population numbers, I went to http://factfinder2.census.gov
Then, using the Quick Start section in the middle of the page, type "redistricting" in the "topic box" - from the drop-down list that appears, choose "2010 Redistricting Data SF (PL94-171)" In the "geography box", type your city or countys' name *make sure you have the right state!* - then click "go." From the list of results, check the box next to "Race, Hispanic or Latino, Age, and Housing Occupancy -- 2010 Redistricting Data SF (PL94-171)" *Make sure you have 2010 - not 2000!* Above the results list, click "View."
This goes to a website with http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?fpt=table but you cannot use this as a reference. This is the only way I've found to view 2010 Census Population numbers so far. Has anyone found a referenceable page for the 2010 Census yet? --Mjrmtg (talk) 14:20, 14 April 2011 (UTC)
. accept that it didn't capture the interest of folks and sling up the next but we have a tiebreaker, so shall we leave it open for 48 hours starting now until we get some more votes? Casliber (talk·contribs) 23:37, 1 May 2011 (UTC)
Sorry, I've been delinquent. :( The library is not close to me so haven't been able to stop by yet but still interested in helping out, either with the same article or fine with something else. (I can pick whatever books) --Aude (talk) 00:12, 2 May 2011 (UTC)
Oftentimes on collaboration projects, folks stay around to keep buffing the former collaboration to give it a big shove to GA or FA. If you do get the books, I will knuckle down and do what I can to get it over one of those lines as I have a bit of experience at these things....(i.e. I think we can get it there, but am not familiar with some of the core content)Casliber (talk·contribs) 00:49, 2 May 2011 (UTC)
I would also be willing to help but frankly my forte' isn't in grammer and prose (apparently others have noticed too :-)). --Kumioko (talk) 01:49, 6 May 2011 (UTC)
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The 2010 census data are all available now. Are there any plans for an automated or systematic update to U.S. place articles containing census data? As it currently stands, changes are being made willy-nilly. Sometimes editors change the overall census figure in one place in the article, but not in others. Sometimes they change the overall census, but leave the figures from 2000 for subgroups. This is a recipe for disaster. Admittedly, I'm not a member of this project and haven't kept track of its workings, so there may be something in the works regarding this. I guess I just want to know if there are any plans for systematically updating census figures before I jump into making changes myself. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 17:21, 18 August 2011 (UTC)
I recently created the 99 Percent Declaration article, and now it's been nominated for deletion and rescue. I have lots of possible sources on the talk page, but I would feel more comfortable if there were other editors. Would you please help improve it? Or at least chime in on the deletion discussion or respond to the questions on the talk page? Thank you. Dualus (talk) 19:31, 2 November 2011 (UTC)
Bell and Lights Air Raid Warning System (1953)Edit
I would like someone to write an article about the above subject. This was a national system developed by A.T.& T. which gave red, yellow, blue, and white alerts over special dedicated telephone circuits which had "bell and lights" annunciators in schools, hospitals, fire stations, and police stations. Searches turn up references to the system but no actual articles about it.
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