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Academic Journal

Source:Asian Journal of Multidimensional Research (AJMR) 7(3):199-206. 2018

Academic Journal

Authors:Shareef, Mahmud1, mahmud_akh@yahoo.com, Kumar, Vinod2, vinod_kumar@carleton.ca, Dwivedi, Yogesh3, ykdwivedi@gmail.com, Kumar, Uma2, uma_kumar@carleton.ca

Source:Information Systems Frontiers; Apr2016, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p315-332, 18p, 3 Diagrams, 5 Charts

Government Document

Alternate Title:Statistical abstract of the United States 1939 Sixty-first number.

Authors:Leverne Beales

Corporate Author:Bureau of Census, Department of Commerce

Source:March 11, 1940, 942p

Subjects:Accidents and accident prevention, Aged and aging, Agricultural commodities, Animals, Army, Automobiles and automobile industry, Banks and banking, Births, Civil service system, Coal and coal mining, Construction industry, Cotton, Dairy industry and products, Deaf, Death and dying, Divorce, Drainage of land, Earnings, general, Educational attainment, Electric power, Elementary and secondary education, Employment, Families, Farms and farmers, Federal Reserve System, Fish and fishing industry, Foreign trade, Forests and forestry, Freight, Government revenues, Government spending, Highways, Highways, streets, and roads, Homesteads, Homicide, Hours of labor, Immigration, Income taxes, Infant mortality, Insurance, Interstate commerce, Iron and steel industry, Irrigation, Juvenile delinquency, Land area, Livestock and livestock industry, Lumber and lumber industry, Manufacturing and manufactured products, Marine Corps, Marriage, Mineral resources, Mines and mining, Minority groups, National parks, Naval Reserve, Naval vessels, Navy, Pensions, Petroleum and petroleum industry, Population, Postal service, Prices, Prisoners, Public debt, Public lands, Public schools, Railroads, Religions, Retail trade, Rubber and rubber industry, Rural conditions, Rural free delivery, Ships and shipbuilding, State governments, Statistical Abstract of the U.S., Statistical programs and activities, Suicide, Telegraph, Telephone and telephone industry, Transportation, Urban areas, Vital statistics, Vocational education and training, Wealth, Wholesale trade, Wool and wool trade, Youth

Government Document

Alternate Title:Statistical abstract of the United States 1938.

Authors:William Lane Austin

Corporate Author:Bureau of Census, Department of Commerce

Source:February 6, 1939, 900p

Subjects:Accidents and accident prevention, Aged and aging, Agricultural commodities, Animals, Army, Automobiles and automobile industry, Banks and banking, Births, Civil service system, Coal and coal mining, Construction industry, Cotton, Dairy industry and products, Deaf, Death and dying, Divorce, Drainage of land, Earnings, general, Educational attainment, Electric power, Elementary and secondary education, Employment, Families, Farms and farmers, Federal Reserve System, Fish and fishing industry, Foreign trade, Forests and forestry, Freight, Government revenues, Government spending, Highways, Highways, streets, and roads, Homesteads, Homicide, Hours of labor, Immigration, Income taxes, Infant mortality, Insurance, Interstate commerce, Iron and steel industry, Irrigation, Juvenile delinquency, Land area, Livestock and livestock industry, Lumber and lumber industry, Manufacturing and manufactured products, Marine Corps, Marriage, Mineral resources, Mines and mining, Minority groups, National parks, Naval Reserve, Naval vessels, Navy, Pensions, Petroleum and petroleum industry, Population, Postal service, Prices, Prisoners, Public debt, Public lands, Public schools, Railroads, Religions, Retail trade, Rubber and rubber industry, Rural conditions, Rural free delivery, Ships and shipbuilding, State governments, Statistical Abstract of the U.S., Statistical programs and activities, Suicide, Telegraph, Telephone and telephone industry, Transportation, Urban areas, Vital statistics, Vocational education and training, Wealth, Wholesale trade, Wool and wool trade, Youth

Government Document

Alternate Title:Statistical abstract of the United States 1937.

Authors:Alexander V. Dye

Corporate Author:Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department of Commerce

Source:November 13, 1937, 879p

Subjects:Accidents and accident prevention, Aged and aging, Agricultural commodities, Animals, Army, Automobiles and automobile industry, Banks and banking, Births, Civil service system, Coal and coal mining, Construction industry, Cotton, Dairy industry and products, Deaf, Death and dying, Divorce, Drainage of land, Earnings, general, Educational attainment, Electric power, Elementary and secondary education, Employment, Families, Farms and farmers, Federal Reserve System, Fish and fishing industry, Foreign trade, Forests and forestry, Freight, Government revenues, Government spending, Highways, Highways, streets, and roads, Homesteads, Homicide, Hours of labor, Immigration, Income taxes, Infant mortality, Insurance, Interstate commerce, Iron and steel industry, Irrigation, Juvenile delinquency, Land area, Livestock and livestock industry, Lumber and lumber industry, Manufacturing and manufactured products, Marine Corps, Marriage, Mineral resources, Mines and mining, Minority groups, National parks, Naval Reserve, Naval vessels, Navy, Pensions, Petroleum and petroleum industry, Population, Postal service, Prices, Prisoners, Public debt, Public lands, Public schools, Railroads, Religions, Retail trade, Rubber and rubber industry, Rural conditions, Rural free delivery, Ships and shipbuilding, State governments, Statistical Abstract of the U.S., Statistical programs and activities, Suicide, Telegraph, Telephone and telephone industry, Transportation, Urban areas, Vital statistics, Vocational education and training, Wealth, Wholesale trade, Wool and wool trade, Youth

Government Document

Alternate Title:Statistical abstract of the United States, 1934.

Authors:Claudius T. Murchison

Corporate Author:Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department of Commerce

Source:July 19, 1934, 807p

Subjects:Accidents and accident prevention, Aged and aging, Agricultural commodities, Animals, Army, Automobiles and automobile industry, Banks and banking, Births, Civil service system, Coal and coal mining, Construction industry, Cotton, Dairy industry and products, Deaf, Death and dying, Divorce, Drainage of land, Earnings, general, Educational attainment, Electric power, Elementary and secondary education, Employment, Families, Farms and farmers, Federal Reserve System, Fish and fishing industry, Foreign trade, Forests and forestry, Freight, Government revenues, Government spending, Highways, Highways, streets, and roads, Homesteads, Homicide, Hours of labor, Immigration, Income taxes, Infant mortality, Insurance, Interstate commerce, Iron and steel industry, Irrigation, Juvenile delinquency, Land area, Livestock and livestock industry, Lumber and lumber industry, Manufacturing and manufactured products, Marine Corps, Marriage, Mineral resources, Mines and mining, Minority groups, National parks, Naval Reserve, Naval vessels, Navy, Pensions, Petroleum and petroleum industry, Population, Postal service, Prices, Prisoners, Public debt, Public lands, Public schools, Railroads, Religions, Retail trade, Rubber and rubber industry, Rural conditions, Rural free delivery, Ships and shipbuilding, State governments, Statistical Abstract of the U.S., Statistical programs and activities, Suicide, Telegraph, Telephone and telephone industry, Transportation, Urban areas, Vital statistics, Vocational education and training, Wealth, Wholesale trade, Wool and wool trade, Youth

Government Document

Alternate Title:Statistical abstract of the United States, 1925.

Authors:Julius Klein

Corporate Author:Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department of Commerce

Source:July 13, 1926, 862p

Subjects:Accidents and accident prevention, Aged and aging, Agricultural commodities, Animals, Army, Automobiles and automobile industry, Banks and banking, Births, Civil service system, Coal and coal mining, Cotton, Dairy industry and products, Deaf, Death and dying, Divorce, Drainage of land, Earnings, general, Educational attainment, Electric power, Elementary and secondary education, Employment, Families, Farms and farmers, Federal Reserve System, Fish and fishing industry, Foreign trade, Forests and forestry, Freight, Government revenues, Government spending, Highways, Highways, streets, and roads, Homesteads, Homicide, Hours of labor, Immigration, Income taxes, Infant mortality, Insurance, Interstate commerce, Iron and steel industry, Irrigation, Juvenile delinquency, Land area, Livestock and livestock industry, Lumber and lumber industry, Manufacturing and manufactured products, Marine Corps, Marriage, Mineral resources, Mines and mining, Minority groups, National parks, Naval Reserve, Naval vessels, Navy, Pensions, Petroleum and petroleum industry, Population, Postal service, Prices, Prisoners, Public debt, Public lands, Public schools, Railroads, Religions, Retail trade, Rubber and rubber industry, Rural conditions, Rural free delivery, Ships and shipbuilding, State governments, Statistical Abstract of the U.S., Statistical programs and activities, Suicide, Telegraph, Telephone and telephone industry, Transportation, Urban areas, Vital statistics, Vocational education and training, Wealth, Wholesale trade, Wool and wool trade, Youth

Government Document

Alternate Title:Post Office Department. Annual Reports for the fiscal year ended June 30 1916.

Corporate Author:Department of Post Office, First Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Second Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Third Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Assistant Attorney General for Department of Post Office, Department of Post Office, Office of the Auditor for Department of Post Office [Sixth Auditor], Department of Treasury

Source:November 15, 1916, 264p

Government Document

Alternate Title:Post-Office Department Annual Reports for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907.

Authors:George v. L. Meyer

Corporate Author:Department of Post Office, Office of the Auditor for Department of Post Office [Sixth Auditor], Department of Treasury, Second Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Third Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Assistant Attorney General for Department of Post Office, Department of Post Office, Money Orders Division, Department of Post Office, Railway Mail Service, Department of Post Office, Salaries and Allowances Division, Department of Post Office, Post-Office Inspectors Division, Department of Post Office, Purchasing Agent, Department of Post Office, Rural Delivery Division, Department of Post Office, First Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Free Delivery Division, Department of Post Office

Source:November 30, 1907, 395p

Government Document

Alternate Title:Annual Reports for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1906.

Authors:George B. Cortelyou (1862-1940), Postmaster General, 1905-1907

Corporate Author:Department of Post Office, Office of the Auditor for Department of Post Office [Sixth Auditor], Department of Treasury, Second Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Third Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Assistant Attorney General for Department of Post Office, Department of Post Office, Money Orders Division, Department of Post Office, Salaries and Allowances Division, Department of Post Office, Post-Office Inspectors Division, Department of Post Office, Purchasing Agent, Department of Post Office, Rural Delivery Division, Department of Post Office, First Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Free Delivery Division, Department of Post Office

Source:December 1, 1906, 384p

Government Document

Alternate Title:Post Office Department. Annual Reports for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1911.

Authors:Frank H. Hitchcock (1867-1935), Postmaster General, 1909-1913

Corporate Author:Department of Post Office, First Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Second Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Third Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Assistant Attorney General for Department of Post Office, Department of Post Office, Post-Office Inspectors Division, Department of Post Office, Purchasing Agent, Department of Post Office, Office of the Auditor for Department of Post Office [Sixth Auditor], Department of Treasury

Source:December 1, 1911, 418p

Government Document

Alternate Title:Post Office Department Annual Reports for the fiscal year ended June 30 1910.

Authors:Frank H. Hitchcock (1867-1935), Postmaster General, 1909-1913

Corporate Author:Department of Post Office, First Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Second Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Third Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, Department of Post Office, Assistant Attorney General for Department of Post Office, Department of Post Office, Post-Office Inspectors Division, Department of Post Office, Purchasing Agent, Department of Post Office, Office of the Auditor for Department of Post Office [Sixth Auditor], Department of Treasury

Source:December 1, 1910, 398p

Academic Journal

Authors:Gu, Weihua1, weihua.gu@polyu.edu.hk, Amini, Zahra2, Cassidy, Michael J.2

Source:Transportation Research: Part B; Nov2016 Part A, Vol. 93, p126-145, 20p