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1. Census American Indian Reservations, 1995 - Utah

1995. This datalayer depicts feature location and other associated data for American Indian tribal entities. Categories included here are: American India...

2. Census Block Groups, 1995 - Utah

1995. The polygons represent U.S. Census Block Groups for the state. A Block Group (BG) is a cluster of census blocks having the same first digit of thei...

3. Census Blocks, 1995 - Utah

1995. The polygons in this datalayer represent U.S. Census Blocks for the entire state. Census blocks are areas bounded on all sides by visible features,...

4. Census Congressional Districts, 1995 - Utah

1995. The polygons represent Congressional Districts (104th Congress) for the entire state. Congressional districts (CDs) are the 435 areas from which pe...

5. Census Counties, 1990 - Utah

1990. This datalayer displays the counties for the state, based on a ground condition of January 1, 1990. The primary legal divisions of most states are ...

6. Census County Divisions and Minor Civil Divisions, 1990 - Utah

1990. This datalayer displays Census County Divisions and Minor Civil Divisions based on the 1990 Census. Census county divisions (CCDs) are county subdi...

7. Census County Divisions and Minor Civil Divisions, 1995 - Utah

1995. This datalayer displays Census County Divisions and Minor Civil Divisions for the entire state. Census County Divisions (CCDs) are county subdivisi...

8. Census Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1995 - Utah

1995. This datalayer displays Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) for the state. Metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) are metropolitan areas (MAs) that...

9. Census Non-Visible Features, 1995 - Utah

1995. This datalayer displays the non-visible features for the state. This layer contains various types of nonvisible lines used to maintain the topology...

10. Census Physical Features, 1995 - Utah

1995. This datalayer represents tangible physical features throughout the state. These features are neither transportation nor hydrographic in nature but...