Rural Sociology Department
rural sociology, population shifts, population changes, census, housing census, farm census
Every day, school board officials, county agents, legislators, mayors, teachers, business men and women, and other community leaders make decisions that need to be based on reliable, up-to-date information. This report, an update of an earlier publication, provides social indicators- facts and trends which describe the social landscape-for each county in South Dakota.
Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Arwood, D. E.; Satterlee, J. L.; Joffer, P.; and Sowell, J., "South Dakota Population, Housing and Farm Census Facts" (1993). Agricultural Experiment Station Circulars. 255.