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ERIC Number: ED084066
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 242
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The Chicano Almanac.
In this almanac, general information is given about the 67 Texas counties with the highest Chicano concentrations. The counties are listed alphabetically. Statistical information for each county pertains to business, agriculture, mineral resources, geography, economy, population characteristics, the county seat, most common diseases, workforce, voters, county officials, other towns in the county, education, and county income characteristics. The educational systems in each county are listed by school district. The list includes the official title, address, and telephone of the superintendent's office; average daily attendance; assessed valuation; tax rate; and accreditation status. The information in this almanac was obtained from such sources as: the U.S. Census; Selected Demographic Characteristics from Census Data, Fourth Count; Diseases; Texas State Department of Health; Work Force Estimate for Nonmetropolitan Counties in Texas for April, 1972; Texas Voter Registration Final Reports (Counties) for 1972 and 1973; County Directory (1973-74), Official Publication of the County Judges and Commissioner's Association of Texas; Census of Population--General Social and Economic Characteristics for the State of Texas (1970); and the Public School Directory, 1972-73. (NQ)
Texas Institute for Educational Development, 311 North Zarzamora, San Antonio, Texas 78207 ($2.50)
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Identifiers - Location: Texas