2013-present. The Statistical Abstract of the U.S. includes brief statistics on almost every topic. The focus is on the U.S. but some international statistics are included. This is a great source to start with to find which agency or organization has collected more in-depth statistics. Last print edition: Pius Level 1 Reference HA202 .A3 2012. (RH & GB)
If you are looking for particular statistics, you may want to start with the SLU Library Catalog. Search by subjects such as United States Statistics or your topic followed by the subheading, Statistics. For example, African Americans - Statistics, Women - Statistics, Education - Statistics, Hispanic Americans - Statistics, etc.
1790-present. The tool provides easy mapping and report creation functions for U.S. Census data on population and housing, as well as statistics on religion, crime and health; and statistics from Canada, the United Kingdom, and Europe. Off-campus access available to current SLU students, faculty, and staff. ….more.
The last edition published by the US Government (2012) as well as all Earlier Editions going back to 1878 are available here. Continued by ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the United States, 2013.
Last print edition: Pius Level 1 Reference HA202 .A3 2012