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Percent of families in poverty, 1970
Percent of families in poverty, 1970
Percent of families in North Carolina counties with incomes below the poverty level, from 1970 census data.
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Percent of families in poverty, 1980
Percent of families in poverty, 1980
Percent of families in North Carolina counties with incomes below the poverty level, from 1980 census data.
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Percent of families in poverty, 1990
Percent of families in poverty, 1990
Percent of families in North Carolina counties with incomes below the poverty level, from 1990 census data.
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Percent of families in poverty, 2000
Percent of families in poverty, 2000
Percent of families in North Carolina counties with incomes below the poverty level, from 2000 census data.
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Day of the Dead Grave Decoration
Day of the Dead Grave Decoration
During the period of October 31 through November 2, Mexican families honor their dead during the Day of the Dead celebrations. During this time families will visit the cemeteries where their loved ones are buried and then clean and decorate their graves. This...
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Rows of motorcycles parked in neat lines in Hanoi
Rows of motorcycles parked in neat lines in Hanoi
Dozens of motorcycles are parked neatly in dense rows along a street in Hanoi. Throughout Southeast Asia, motorcycles are more common than cars because more people can afford them. Motorcycles are the vehicles that middle class families are most likely to...
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Field house located on canal in highlands near Mai Chau
 Field house located on canal in highlands near Mai Chau
A thatched roof house is located along a canal used for irrigating wet-rice fields in the highlands near Mai Chau. Such small houses built of local plant materials may be used by Southeast Asian highland families on a permanent basis, especially if they are...
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Portrait of girl holding two textiles for sale at Siem Reap
Portrait of girl holding two textiles for sale at Siem Reap
A pre-adolescent girl holds a brown cloth over her shoulder and a printed blue one over her right forearm. Both cloths appear to be printed examples of local batik designs. The girl's brow is furrowed in concentration as she looks towards her right, perhaps...
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Welcoming the troops home
Welcoming the troops home
African-American families line the streets of New York to celebrate the homecoming of the 369th Army infantry unit in 1919.
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Mrs. L.L. Oakley, Wilkes County, N.C.
Mrs. L.L. Oakley, Wilkes County, N.C.
Several people are shown standing in the doorway of a house.
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Mrs. Flossie Johnson, Reidsville, N.C.
Mrs. Flossie Johnson, Reidsville, N.C.
The Johnson family is pictured standing in front of their house.
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Mrs. Gertrude Maynard, Reidsville, N.C.
Mrs. Gertrude Maynard, Reidsville, N.C.
Mrs. Gertrude Maynard and her family are pictured in one of the bedrooms in their house.
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Mrs. Emma Mitchell, Reidsville, N.C.
Mrs. Emma Mitchell, Reidsville, N.C.
Mrs. Emma Mitchell and her family are pictured standing on the front porch of their house.
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Mrs. W.H. Bryant, Wilkes County, N.C.
Mrs. W.H. Bryant, Wilkes County, N.C.
Mrs. W.H. Bryant and seven children are pictured in the bedroom in their home. One of the children holds a baby in her lap.
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Mrs. Emma Cleary, Wilkes County, N.C.
Mrs. Emma Cleary, Wilkes County, N.C.
The Cleary family is pictured standing in front of a stone wall. All of the family members hold tobacco bags.
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Mrs. L.L. Oakley, Wilkes County, N.C.
Mrs. L.L. Oakley, Wilkes County, N.C.
Mrs. L.L. Oakley is shown sitting in front of the fireplace with another woman, a child, and a baby.
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Hanoi storefront displaying statues and other supplies for ancestral altars
Hanoi storefront displaying statues and other supplies for ancestral altars
This storefront in Hanoi displays a colorful variety of statues, dishes, paintings, and shrine boxes that Vietnamese families purchase to decorate their household's ancestral altars. China ruled what is now Vietnam for nearly a thousand years, heavily influencing...
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Mrs. Samuel Stayley, Reddies River, Wilkes Co., N.C.
Mrs. Samuel Stayley, Reddies River, Wilkes Co., N.C.
The Stayley family is shown in the kitchen of their home. The table is set and they look to have just finished a meal. The walls are covered with pages from magazines or newspapers, and there are pots and canned goods in view.
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Mrs. Ethel Holsbrook, North Wilkesboro, N.C.
Mrs. Ethel Holsbrook, North Wilkesboro, N.C.
Mrs. Ethel Holsbrook and four children are pictured sitting on the front steps of their home. Mrs. Holsbrook is holding a bundle of tobacco bags, and there are more visible at her feet.
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Family at Civil War encampment
Family at Civil War encampment
Family at an encampment of the 31st Pennsylvania Infantry during the Civil War in Washington, D.C., near Fort Slocum.
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