America's Top-rated Smaller Cities

America's Top-rated Smaller Cities

A Statistical Handbook

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This extensive directory provides statistical profiles of 124 top US cities with populations between 25,000 and 125,000. Most, but not all, of the cities profiled lie adjacent to major metropolitan areas. Each profile begins with background on the city's history, then summarizes rankings compiled from American magazines and newspapers, health organizations, business groups, and research reports. Statistical tables supply data on demographics, income, bankruptcy rates, employment, housing costs, education, and recreation. Arranged alphabetically by state, volume one covers Alabama to New Hampshire and volume two covers New Jersey through Wyoming. Appendices list contacts for chambers of commerce, economic development organizations, and state departments of labor and employment. The ninth edition adds 35 cities. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Publisher: Amenia, N.Y. :, Grey House Pub.,, 2012
Edition: 201213 9th edition
Description: 2 volumes (xxiv, 3054, [163, 165] pages) : color maps ; 28 cm
Copyright Date: ©2012
ISBN: 9781592378746
Branch Call Number: 917.3003 Ame


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