California racial-ethnic population trends, 1940-1990

a census perspective, based on U.S. Bureau of Census and other reports
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Demographic surveys -- California., Minorities -- California -- Statistics., California -- Population -- Statis
Statementprepared by United States Research, authors John O. Hernandez, Jesus D. Aguirre.
GenreStatistics.
ContributionsAguirre, Jesus D., United States Research.
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