Do all trails lead to oregon? An analysis of the characteristics of people moving to and from oregon, 1985-1990

Provides statistics of Oregon's population growth from 1985-1990 as depicted in the census. Using such means as driver's licenses exchange, it depicts where in-migrant are coming and data on conomic challenges.

Format: 
Book
Publisher: 
Center for Population Research and Census
Physical Description: 
Bound looseleaf 44pp.
Publication Year: 
1995
Call Number: 
DM1.W20

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