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Extractions: population estimates Skip main navigation menu (ALT+9) Analysis Skip breadcrumb menu (ALT+8) The Census Bureau produces population estimates for the Nation, the States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, counties and equivalents, incorporated places, minor civil divisions, consolidated cities, census regions and divisions, and metropolitan areas. Census Regions and Divisions Counties (and equivalents) Minor Civil Divisions Legally defined county subdivisions are referred to as minor civil divisions (MCDs.) MCDs are the primary divisions of a county. They comprise both governmentally functioning entities that is, those with elected officials who provide services and raise revenues and nonfunctioning entities that exist primarily for administrative purposes, such as election districts. Twenty-eight states and Puerto Rico have MCDs. However, the MCDs function as general purpose governmental units in all or part of only twenty states. Within these twenty states, PEP produces estimates for all governmentally functioning MCDs and for nonfunctioning MCDs in counties that contain at least one functioning MCD.
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Extractions: Central City is a city located in (Click link for more info and facts about Lawrence County, South Dakota) Lawrence County, South Dakota . As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 149. According to the (Click link for more info and facts about United States Census Bureau) United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of 0.4 As of the (A period count of the population) census of 2000, there are 149 people, 67 households, and 39 families residing in the city. The (Click link for more info and facts about population density) population density (A member of the Caucasoid race) White (Click link for more info and facts about African American) African American (Any member of the peoples living in North or South America before the Europeans arrived) Native American (A native or inhabitant of Asia) Asian (Click link for more info and facts about Pacific Islander) Pacific Islander , 0.00% from (Click link for more info and facts about other races) other races , and 0.00% from two or more races. 0.00% of the population are
Extractions: Lead is a city located in (Click link for more info and facts about Lawrence County, South Dakota) Lawrence County, South Dakota . As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 3,027. Lead is located in western (A state in north central United States) South Dakota , in the (Mountains in southwestern South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming; sacred to the Sioux (whites settling in the Black Hills led to the Battle of Little Bighorn); site of Mount Rushmore) Black Hills near the (A state in the western United States; mountainous in the west and north with the Great Plains in the east) Wyoming state line. The town was officially founded in 1876 after the discovery of (A soft yellow malleable ductile (trivalent and univalent) metallic element; occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks and alluvial deposits; does not react with most chemicals but is attacked by chlorine and aqua regia) gold . It is the site of the Homestake Mine, the largest gold mine in the United States. According to the (Click link for more info and facts about United States Census Bureau) United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of 5.2
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South Dakota Geographic center In Hughes Co., 8 mi. NE of Pierre south dakota Area Codes Area codes Selected cities 605 Entire state Source North American http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0108270.html
Extractions: United States States Capital: Pierre State abbreviation/Postal code: S.D./SD Governor: Mike Rounds, R (to Jan. 2007) Lieut. Governor: Dennis Daugaard, R (to Jan. 2007) Senators: John R. Thune, R (to Jan. 2011); Tim Johnson, D (to Jan. 2009) U.S. Representatives: Historical biographies of Congressional members Atty. General: Larry Long, R (to Jan. 2007) Secy. of State: Chris Nelson, R (to Jan. 2007) Treasurer: Vernon L. Larson, R (to Jan. 2007) Organized as territory: March 2, 1861 Entered Union (rank): Nov. 2, 1889 (40) Present constitution adopted: Motto: Under God the people rule State symbols: flower American pasqueflower (1903) grass Western wheat grass (1970) soil houdek (1990) tree black hills spruce (1947) bird ring-necked pheasant (1943) insect honeybee (1978) animal coyote (1949) mineral stone rose quartz (1966) gemstone fairburn agate (1966) colors blue and gold (in state flag) song fish walleye (1982) musical instrument fiddle (1989) dessert kuchen (2000) Nicknames: Mount Rushmore State; Coyote State
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Extractions: Custer Hotels Admitted to Union November 2, 1889 Capital Pierre, [ Find out more Nickname Mount Rushmore State, Coyote State, Sunshine State, [ Find out more Motto Under God, the People Rule, [ Find out more Total Area 77,121 square miles Rank Total Land Area 75,898 square miles Rank Total Water Area 1,224 square miles Rank Length 380 miles Width 210 miles Highest Point 7,242 feet (Harney Peak) Rank Lowest Point 966 feet (Big Stone Lake) Rank Mean Elevation 2,200 feet Rank Highest Temp 120 degrees on July 5th, 1936 at Gannvalley Lowest Temp -58 degrees on February 17, 1936 at McIntosh Highest Monthly Avg Temp 86.5 degrees Rank Lowest Monthly Avg Temp 1.9 degrees Rank Population (U.S. Census, April, 2000) South Dakota Cities Sioux Falls Rapid City Aberdeen Watertown Brookings Mitchell Pierre Yankton Huron Vermillion Sioux Falls Mitchell Rapid City Pierre Aberdeen Yankton Watertown Huron Brookings Vermillion Median Age Average Lifetime (1979-1981) Rank Crimes Reported per 100,000 (1992-1993)
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Extractions: Aberdeen , a city and the county seat of Brown County South Dakota , U.S.A., about 125 mi (200 km) N.E. of Pierre . Pop. ( ) 4087, of whom 889 were foreign-born; ( ) 10,753. As of the census, the city had a total population of 24,658. In , Aberdeen was served by the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul , the Great Northern , the Minneapolis and St. Louis , and the Chicago and North Western railroads. It is the financial and trade center for the northern part of the state, a fine agricultural region, and in had five banks and a number of wholesale houses. The city is the seat of Northern State University , a state institution, founded in 1901, and has a Carnegie Library ; the principal buildings are the court house and the government buildings. Artesian wells furnish good water-power, and artesian-well supplies, grain pitchers, brooms, chemicals and flour are manufactured. The municipality owns and operates the water-works. Aberdeen was settled in , and was chartered as a city in edit Aberdeen is located at 45Â°27'49" North, 98Â°28'53" West (45.463708, -98.481291)
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Extractions: Source: U.S. Geological Survey, Dept. of the Interior There is no generally accepted definition of geographic center and no uniform method for determining it. Following the U.S. Geological Survey, the geographic center of an area is defined here as the center of gravity of the surface, or that point on which the surface would balance if it were a plane of uniform thickness. All localities in the following list, therefore, are approximate. No marked or monumented point has been established by any government agency as the geographic center of either the 50 states, the conterminous U.S., or the North American continent. A monument was erected in Lebanon, KS, the conterminous U.S. center, by a group of citizens. A cairn in Rugby, ND, marks the center of the North American continent. United States, including Alaska and Hawaii W of Castle Rock, Butte County, South Dakota; lat. 44deg.58min.N, long. 103deg.46min.W