his is a new revision of the original 1975 reference set which provides statistical data on the United States from colonial times to the present. It has been expanded to include 37,000 new data sets, and deals with numerous new topics such as Native Americans, slavery, race, ethnicity, the Confederacy, and poverty. The searchable and downloadable electronic edition allows users to graph individual tables and to create customized tables and spreadsheets.
Provides access to more than 90 billion data points from dozens of licensed and public domain datasets. Scan the contents of the collection, select subjects and variables of interest, and view your data in side-by-side tables and charts. Results are instantaneous and can be easily exported.
Although the Country Studies series, published by the Library of Congress, is now a bit old, they do provide great background information about all aspects of a country's history and development, including economic changes.