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Census of Population and Housing, 1970 [United States]: Public Use Samples

Version
v1
Resource Type
Dataset : survey data
Creator
  • United States Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census
Other Title
  • Version 1 (Subtitle)
Collective Title
  • Census of Population and Housing, 1970 [United States] Series
Publication Date
1984-06-28
Language
English
Free Keywords
census data; citizenship; demographic characteristics; education; employment; ethnicity; families; household composition; housing; housing conditions; housing units; income; occupational status; occupations; population; population characteristics; states (USA)
Description
  • Abstract

    This data collection contains 132 Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS) files from the 1970 Census of Population and Housing. Information is provided in these files on the housing unit, such as occupancy and vacancy status of house, tenure, value of property, commercial use, year structure was built, number of rooms, availability of plumbing facilities, sewage disposal, bathtub or shower, complete kitchen facilities, flush toilet, water, telephone, and air conditioning. Data are also provided on household characteristics such as the number of persons aged 18 years and younger in the household, the presence of roomers, boarders, or lodgers, the presence of other nonrelative and of relative other than wife or child of head of household, the number of persons per room, the rent paid for unit, and the number of persons with Spanish surnames. Other demographic variables provide information on age, race, marital status, place of birth, state of birth, Puerto Rican heritage, citizenship, education, occupation, employment status, size of family, farm earnings, and family income. This hierarchical data collection contains approximately 214 variables for the 15-percent sample, 227 variables for the 5-percent sample, and 117 variables for the neighborhood characteristics sample.
  • Table of Contents

    Datasets:

    • DS0: Study-Level Files
    • DS1: New England PUS70001
    • DS2: Middle Atlantic PUS70002
    • DS3: East North Central PUS70003
    • DS4: West North Central PUS70004
    • DS5: South Atlantic PUS70005
    • DS6: East South Central PUS70006
    • DS7: West South Central PUS70007
    • DS8: Mountain PUS70008
    • DS9: Pacific PUS70009
    • DS10: New England PUS70301
    • DS11: Middle Atlantic PUS70302
    • DS12: East North Central PUS70303
    • DS13: West North Central PUS70304
    • DS14: South Atlantic PUS70305
    • DS15: East South Central PUS70306
    • DS16: West South Central PUS70307
    • DS17: Mountain PUS70308
    • DS18: Pacific PUS70309
    • DS19: Entire United States PUS70340
    • DS20: Entire United States PUS70350
    • DS21: Entire United States PUS70040
    • DS22: Entire United States PUS70050
    • DS25: Massachusetts, Rhode Island PUS70101
    • DS26: Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine PUS70102
    • DS27: New York PUS70103
    • DS28: Pennsylvania PUS70104
    • DS29: New Jersey PUS70105
    • DS30: Michigan PUS70106
    • DS31: Iowa, Minnesota PUS70109
    • DS32: Delaware, Maryland, D.C., West Virginia PUS70111
    • DS33: North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia PUS70112
    • DS34: Georgia, Florida PUS70113
    • DS35: Alabama, Kentucky PUS70114
    • DS36: Tennessee, Mississippi PUS70115
    • DS37: Texas, Arkansas PUS70116
    • DS38: Louisiana, Oklahoma PUS70117
    • DS39: California PUS70120
    • DS40: Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin PUS70107
    • DS41: Missouri PUS70108
    • DS42: Kansas, Nebraska, North and South Dakota PUS70110
    • DS43: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico PUS70118
    • DS44: Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Idaho PUS70119
    • DS45: Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii PUS70121
    • DS51: Massachusetts, Rhode Island PUS70401
    • DS52: Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine PUS70402
    • DS53: New York PUS70403
    • DS54: Pennsylvania PUS70404
    • DS55: New Jersey PUS70405
    • DS56: Ohio, Michigan PUS70406
    • DS57: Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin PUS70407
    • DS58: Missouri PUS70408
    • DS59: Iowa, Minnesota PUS70409
    • DS60: Kansas, Nebraska, South and North Dakota PUS70410
    • DS61: Delaware, Maryland, D.C., West Virginia PUS70411
    • DS62: North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia PUS70412
    • DS63: Georgia, Florida PUS70413
    • DS64: Alabama, Kentucky PUS70414
    • DS65: Tennessee, Mississippi PUS70415
    • DS66: Texas, Arkansas PUS70416
    • DS67: Louisiana, Oklahoma PUS70417
    • DS68: Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado PUS70418
    • DS69: Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Idaho PUS70419
    • DS70: California PUS70420
    • DS71: Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii PUS70421
    • DS72: Entire United States PUS70140
    • DS73: Entire United States PUS70440
    • DS74: Entire United States PUS70150
    • DS75: Entire United States PUS70450
    • DS81: County Codes 00101-00408 PUS70201
    • DS82: County Codes 00409-00604 PUS70202
    • DS83: County Codes 00701-01102 PUS70203
    • DS84: County Codes 01201-01304 PUS70204
    • DS85: County Code 01305-01311 PUS70205
    • DS86: County Codes 01312-01405 PUS70206
    • DS87: County Codes 01406-01505 PUS70207
    • DS88: County Codes 01601-01701 PUS70208
    • DS89: County Codes 01801-02304 PUS70209
    • DS90: County Codes 02401-03203 PUS70210
    • DS91: County Codes 03301-03901 PUS70211
    • DS92: County Codes 04001-04402 PUS70212
    • DS93: County Codes 04501-05102 PUS70213
    • DS94: County Codes 05201-05902 PUS70214
    • DS95: County Codes 06001-06303 PUS70215
    • DS96: County Codes 06304-06601 PUS70216
    • DS97: County Codes 06602-07102 PUS70217
    • DS98: County Codes 07201-07205 PUS70218
    • DS99: County Codes 07206-07901 PUS70219
    • DS100: County Codes 08001-08901 PUS70220
    • DS101: County Codes 09001-10001 PUS70221
    • DS102: County Codes 10101-10603 PUS70222
    • DS103: County Codes 10701-11502 PUS70223
    • DS104: County Codes 11601-12402 PUS70224
    • DS105: County Codes 12501-13001 PUS70225
    • DS106: County Codes 13101-13601 PUS70226
    • DS107: County Codes 13701-14201 PUS70227
    • DS108: County Codes 14301 PUS70228
    • DS109: County Codes 14302-14601 PUS70229
    • DS110: County Codes 14701-14902 PUS70230
    • DS111: County Codes 00101-00408 PUS70501
    • DS112: County Codes 00409-00604 PUS70502
    • DS113: County Codes 00701-01102 PUS70503
    • DS114: County Codes 01201-01304 PUS70504
    • DS115: County Codes 01305-01311 PUS70505
    • DS116: County Codes 01312-01405 PUS70506
    • DS117: County Codes 01406-01505 PUS70507
    • DS118: County Codes 01601-01701 PUS70508
    • DS119: County Codes 01801-02304 PUS70509
    • DS120: County Codes 02401-03203 PUS70510
    • DS121: County Codes 03301-03901 PUS70511
    • DS122: County Codes 04001-04402 PUS70512
    • DS123: County Codes 04501-05102 PUS70513
    • DS124: County Codes 05201-05902 PUS70514
    • DS125: County Codes 06001-06303 PUS70515
    • DS126: County Codes 06304-06601 PUS70516
    • DS127: County Codes 06602-07102 PUS70517
    • DS128: County Codes 07201-07205 PUS70518
    • DS129: County Codes 07206-07901 PUS70519
    • DS130: County Codes 08001-08901 PUS70520
    • DS131: County Codes 09001-10001 PUS70521
    • DS132: County Codes 10101-10603 PUS70522
    • DS133: County Codes 10701-11502 PUS70523
    • DS134: County Codes 11601-12402 PUS70524
    • DS135: County Codes 12501-13001 PUS70525
    • DS136: County Codes 13101-13601 PUS70526
    • DS137: County Codes 13701-14201 PUS70527
    • DS138: County Codes 14301 PUS70528
    • DS139: County Codes 14302-14601 PUS70529
    • DS140: County Codes 14701-14902 PUS70530
    • DS141: Entire United States PUS70240
    • DS142: Entire United States PUS70540
    • DS143: Entire United States PUS70250
    • DS144: Entire United States PUS70550
    • DS145: Codebook For All Parts
Temporal Coverage
  • Time period: 1970
  • Collection date: 1970
Geographic Coverage
  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York (state)
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Puerto Rico
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • United States
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming
Sampled Universe
All persons and housing units in the United States in 1970.
Sampling
Each 1970 Public Use Sample is a representative sample of the records from the 1970 Census sample questionnaires. The primary sample size is 1-in-100 or one sample unit (household, vacant unit, or person in group quarters) for every 100 such units in the population. Two long-form Census questionnaires were used in the 1970 Census: one for a 15-percent sample of the population, the other for a 5-percent sample. Of the 1970 samples, three 1/100 samples were drawn from the 15-percent sample data, and three from the 5-percent sample data, one for each of the three options for geographic information: (1) county groups, (2) states, and (3) geographic divisions with neighborhood characteristics. Any one sample contains only one of these types of information.
Availability
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Alternative Identifiers
  • 18 (Type: ICPSR Study Number)
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