Wondering what you will do now that major statistical sources, like the Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics and the Consolidated Federal Funds Report, will no longer be published? Find out what to use in their place, as well as current and historical census information, and much more at the annual DANJ conference, on Friday, November 2 at Princeton University.
Census: Past, Present— Future?
@Lewis Library, Princeton University
Friday, November 2, 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Continental Breakfast at 8:30 am; Optional Tours at 3 pm
Topics by expert presenters include:
- Opening address by Mary Alice Baish, Assistant Public Printer, Superintendent of Documents from GPO
- Major Demographic Trends from Decennial Census
- U. S. Census Records 1790 – 1940: A Genealogist’s Perspective
- Census and the American Community Survey
- The Disappearance of the Data Book
Registration fee: $45, students: $20 (includes breakfast, lunch, and DANJ membership)
Mail registration by Oct. 26, 2012 to:
New Jersey State Library
P.O. Box 520
185 W. State Street
Trenton, NJ 08625
This event is co-sponsored by Documents Association of New Jersey (DANJ) and LibraryLinkNJ