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Are you looking for population & housing lifestyle data  that may impact where your family lives and childern attend schools?

In this collection of Population & Housing Reports, you will discover primary source data products about living arrangements for American citizens in the report about household income,  programs about childcare and education including school enrollments, historical immigrant population,  Bureau of Census reports, Population Trends Along U.S. Coasts,  historical profile of workforce employment status, health insurance coverage, and more.  Public, school, and academic libraries, researchers, municipal and state government planning committees may be interested in these official resources from the Federal Government.

From National Parks to Presidents, environment to history, law enforcement to wars, these stunning prints and wall posters from the Federal Government will delight your eyes-- and your wallet!  Suitable for decor for the home or office, these wall decor items will also be popular with teachers and librarians for classrooms and libraries. 

History of America before it was the United States, including colonial America back to pre-historic times. 

Are you looking for official guidance for preservation of historic homes, buildings, and landmarks?  This official collection may also be helpful to do-it yourself home owners that want to read guidance before undertaking a major renovation task can compare to historic building repairs.  You will find a large assortment of briefs that contain guidance for property maintenance for historic houses, building structures, and repairs.  Some popular briefs within this collection include: 

Understanding Old Buildings: The Process of Architectural Investigation

Preserving Historic Wood Porches 

The Preparation and Use of Historic Structure Reports

Assessing Cleaning and Water-Repellent Treatments for Historic Masonry Buildings

Preserving Grave Markers in Historic Cemeteries

 

 

 

 

The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy has long been known unofficially to Americans as the "Warren Commission." It was established on November 29, 1963, by President Lyndon B. Johnson to investigate the assassination of his predecessor, President John F. Kennedy, that had taken place on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. The famous 889-page final report called "The Warren Report" was presented to President Johnson on September 24, 1964, and made public three days later.

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