Segregation and Neighborhood Change in Northern Cities: New Historical GIS Data from 1900-1930.

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Most quantitative research on segregation and neighborhood change in American cities prior to 1940 has utilized data published by the Census Bureau at the ward level. The transcription of census manuscripts has made it possible to aggregate individual records to a finer level, the enumeration district (ED). Advances in Geographic Information Systems (GIS… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/01615440.2016.1151393

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@article{Shertzer2016SegregationAN, title={Segregation and Neighborhood Change in Northern Cities: New Historical GIS Data from 1900-1930.}, author={Allison Shertzer and Randall P. Walsh and J. Robert Logan}, journal={Historical methods}, year={2016}, volume={49 4}, pages={187-197} }