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1. UA Census Block Centroid Points, 2000 - Massachusetts

2000. This datalayer represents U.S. Census Block Centroid Points for the state of Massachusetts. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all side...

2. UA Census Block Groups, 2000 - Alaska

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all sides by visib...

3. UA Census Blocks, 1990 - South Carolina

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all sides by visib...

4. UA Census Blocks, 2000 - Alabama

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all sides by visib...

5. UA Census Blocks, 2000 - American Samoa

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all sides by visib...

6. UA Census Blocks, 2000 - Arizona

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all sides by visib...

7. UA Census Blocks, 2000 - Arkansas

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all sides by visib...

8. UA Census Blocks, 2000 - California

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state of California. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all ...

9. UA Census Blocks, 2000 - Colorado

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all sides by visib...

10. UA Census Blocks, 2000 - Connecticut

2000. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are statistical areas bounded on all sides by visib...