Reference, maps and statistical information on the history, culture, politics, climate, economics, and geography of Texas. Includes each Texas County. Each edition has unique topical articles. 2010-current. (EBSCO)
Print: Current version JPL 2nd Floor Information Desk and Downtown Library
AY311.G3 T5; older editions available in JPL Stacks
Some content free online from Texas State Historical Commission
Archive online (free): Portal to Texas History (1857-2005)
Focal point for the distribution of Census information for Texas. Distributes population estimates and projections as well as other information from the federal & state government and other sources. Monitors demographic and socioeconomic changes in Texas to better inform the Texas executive and legislative branches.
An online version of the Handbook of Texas. This encyclopedia gives information on the history, geography, and culture of Texas. Look up individual county names for a history of that county. Includes an article on defunct counties.
Also in print: JPL 2nd Floor Info Desk F384 .N48 (The New Handbook of Texas) (6 volumes)
Data on populated communities and counties in Texas for which the U.S. Census provides individual statistics. Includes maps and rankings. For other states see Profiles of America and State Trends 2008 JPL Reference HA203 .S735..
Also in print.
Location: JPL 3rd Floor and DTL HT123.5.T4 P76 (2nd edition)
Provides a comprehensive portfolio of statistics for the State of Texas including business and economics, community, education, energy and environment, government finance, health and socioeconomic, population and demographics.
From Texas Dept. of Health. Create customized statistical reports for birth, death, population and major trauma. For older years (1956-2002), see print: Texas Vital Statistics Texas Documents: JPL 3rd Floor H 600.8 .V83ST
Location: JPL 2nd Floor Information Desk JK2403 .B6
Published by the Council of State Governments, reports on all aspects of state government including electoral, social, political, educational, financial and economic. Essay format with comparative statistical tables.
State fact sheets provide information on population, employment, income, farm characteristics, farm financial indicators, top commodities, exports for each state, including Texas. County level data links. Provided by the Economic Research Service, USDA.
Access to statistical publications produced by state governments including Texas, independent research organizations and universities. Indexing/abstracting and tabular data from 1973 to the present. Significant full text content from 1995 to present. All documents are available online or on microfiche using SRI number in each record. Inquire at the UTSA Library Information Desk for assistance.
Provides a comprehensive portfolio of statistics for all 50 states including business and economics, community, education, energy and environment, government finance, health and socioeconomic, population and demographics.