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Minnesota Population Change 1960-1970 (Dot map).

Author: 
CURA.

Based on the 1970 Census of Population, the change in Minnesota's population is mapped, with black used to represent population increase and orange to represent population decrease.

NOTE: The map available for download below is a low-resolution version. If you would like a high-resolution version (80 MB in size) of this map, you can request a copy on CD using our online order form. Be sure to include the call number for this item (P1005), and note in the “Additional Notes” section of the form that you would like a copy of the map on CD.

Publication date: 
1973
Publisher: 
Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota; and Minnesota State Planning Agency.
Sponsor: 
CURA/SPA Wall Map Series #2.
Pages: 
Color map 28 x23 inches.
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Hard copy availability
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Because hard copies of this publication are no longer available, please use the links above to download a digital version (if available) or request a digital scan (please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery).

CURA call number: 
P1005

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