A Demographic Profile of Households and Families in North Carolina and the United States: 1960 to 1976 (Progress Report SOC 72)
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- A Demographic Profile of Households and Families in North Carolina and the United States: 1960 to 1976 (Progress Report SOC 72)
Community and Extension
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- 27 pages
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- North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service more info on North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
- North Carolina State University. Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology more info on North Carolina State University. Department of Sociology and Anthropology
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Progress Report SOC: Issued by the North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station and North Carolina State College's Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
Project CERES: Project Ceres digitizes historical publications of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, making materials electronically accessible and more easily discoverable so researchers can find how agricultural education was represented in the latter half of the 20th century.
- Special Collections Research Center at NC State University Libraries
- North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, Office of the Associate Dean and Director Records (UA101.001) held by Special Collections Research Center at NC State University Libraries
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