Documentation: Census 1990
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Publisher: U.S. Census Bureau
Survey: Census 1990
Document: Summary Tape File 1
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Social Explorer, U.S. Census Bureau; Census of Population and Housing, 1990: Summary Tape File 1 on CD-ROM [machine-readable data files] / prepared by the Bureau of the Census. Washington: The Bureau [producer and distributor], 1991.
Summary Tape File 1
Chapter 8. Data Dictionary
Field name Data dictionary reference name Field size Starting position Data type
Record Codes
File Identification [1] FILEID 8 1 A/N
State/US Abbreviation STUSAB 2 9 A
AK Alaska ID Idaho NC North Carolina SC South Carolina
AL Alabama IL Illinois ND North Dakota SD South Dakota
AR Arkansas IN Indiana NE Nebraska TN Tennessee
AZ Arizona KS Kansas NH New Hampshire TX Texas
CA California KY Kentucky NJ New Jersey US United States
CO Colorado LA Louisiana NM Now Mexico UT Utah
CT Connecticut MA Massachusetts NV Nevada VA Virginia
DC District of MD Maryland NY New York VI Virgin Islands of
Columbia ME Maine OH Ohio the United States
DE Delaware MI Michigan OK Oklahoma VT Vermont
FL Florida MN Minnesota OR Oregon WA Washington
GA Georgia MO Missouri PA Pennsylvania Wf Wisconsin
HI Hawaii MS Mississippi PR Puerto Rico WV West Virginia
IA Iowa MT Montana RI Rhode Island WY Wyoming
Summary Level [2] SUMLEV 3 11 N
Geographic Component [3] GEOCOMP 2 14 N
00 Not a geographic oomponent
01 Urban
02 Urban-in urbanized area
03 Urban-An urbanized area in urbanized area central place
04 Urban-An urbanized area-not In urbanized area central place
05 Urban-not in urbanized area
06 Urban-not in urbanized area-place [10,000 or more persons]
07 Urban-not in urbanized area-place [2,500 to 9,999 persons)
08 Rural
09 Rural-place [1,000 to 2,499 population, not in an extended city]
10 Rural-place [O to 999 population, not In an extended city]
11 Rural-not In place [or rural part of extended city]
12 Rural-farm
13 Urban portion of extended city
14 Rural portion of extended city
20 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area
21 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-urban
22 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-rural
23 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-in metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area central city
24 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-not in metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area central city
25 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-not in metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area central city-urban
26 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-not in metropolitan statisticalarea/primary metropolitan statistical area central city-urban-in urbanized area
27 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-not in metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area central city-urban-not in urbanized area
28 In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-not in metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area central city-rural
30 Not In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area
31 Not in metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-urban
32 Not in metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-urban-in urbanized area
33 Not in metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-urban-not in urbanized area
34 Not in metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-urban-not in urbanized area-place [10,000 or more population]
35 Not In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-urban--not In urbanized area-place [2,500 - 9,999 population]
36 Not In metropolitan statistical area/consolidated metropolitan statistical area-rural
40 American Indian reservation and trust land [American Indian reservations (AIR codes 0001-4989) including any trust lands]
42 Tribal Jurisdiction Statistical Area [Oklahoma only]
43 Tribal Designated Statistical Area
44 Alaska Native village statistical area [Alaska only]
Characteristic Iteration[4] CHARITER 3 16 N
000 Not a characteristic iteration
Logical Record Number[5] LOGRECNU 6 19 N
Logical Record Part
Number[6] LOGRECPN 4 25 N
Total Number of Parts in
Record[7] PARTREC 4 29 N
GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES
Alaska Native Regional
Corporation[8] ANRC 2 33 A/N
07 Ahtna 28 Bering Straits 49 Chugach
70 Koniag    
14 Aleut 35 Bristol Bay 56 Cook Inlet
77 NANA    
21 Arctic Slope 42 Calista 63 Doyon
84 Sealaska    
American Indian/Alaska Native Area (Census)[9] AIANACE 4 35 A/N
American Indian/Alaska Native Area (FIPS)[10] AIANAFP 5 39 A/N American Indian/Alaska Native Area Class Code AIANACC 2 44 A/N
D1 Federally recognized American Indian reservation that does not serve as a minor civil division (MCD) equivalent
D2 Federally recognized American Indian reservation that also serves as an MCD equivalent
D3 American Indian tribal government that holds property in trust-"trust land"-for a tribe or individual member(s) of the tribe, and the trust land (s) is not associated with a specific American Indian reservation or the associated American Indian reservation is not located in this State
D4 State-recognized American Indian reservation that does not serve as an MCD equivalent
D5 State-recognized American Indian reservation that also serves as an MCD equivalent
D6 Tribal designated statistical area (TDSA); tribal jurisdiction statistical area (TJSA) (TJSAs occur only in Oklahoma)
E1 Alaska Native village statistical area (ANVSA) that does not coincide with or approximate an incorporated place or a census designated place (CDP)
E2 ANVSA that coincides with or approximates a CDP
E6 ANVSA that coincides with or approximates an incorporated place
American Indian Reservation Trust Land Indicator Code ARTLI 1 46 A/N
1 American Indian reservation; including Tribal Jurisdiction Statistical Area (TJSA) and Tribal Designated Statistical Area (TDSA)
2 Off-reservation trust land
9 Not an American Indian area
Block [8] BLCK 4 47 A/N
Block Group [8] BLCKGR 1 51 A/N
Census Tract Block Numbering Area [8] TRACTBNA 6 52 A/N
Congressional District (101st Congress) [8] CONGDIS 2 58 A/N
01-45 The actual congressional district number
00 Applies to States whose representative is elected "at large"; ie, the State has only one representative In the United States House of Representatives
98 Applies to areas that have a nonvoting delegate in the United States House of Representatives
99 Applies to areas that have no representation in the United States House of Representatives
Consolidated City (Census)[8] CONCITCE 1 60 A/N
B Butte-Silver Bow, Montana I Indianapolis, Indiana M Milford, Connecticut
C Columbus, Georgia J Jacksonville, Florida N Nashville-Davidson,
Consolidated City (FIPS)[8,10] CONCITFP 5 61 A/N
Consolidated City Class Code[10] CONCITCC 2 66 A/N
C3 Consolidated city Consolidated City Population Size Code CONCITSC 2 68 A/N
00 Not in universe 06 250-299 12 2,500-4,999 18 100,000-249,999
01 0 07 300-499 13 5,000-9,999 19 250000-499,999
02 1-24 08 500-999 14 10,000-19,999 20 500,000-999,999
03 25-99 09 1,000-1,499 15 20,000-24,999 21 1,000,000-2,499,999
04 100-199 10 1,500-1,999 16 25,000-49,999 22 2,500,000-4,999,999
05 200-249 11 2,000-2,499 17 50,000-99,999 23 5,000,000 or more
Consolidated MetropolitanStatistical Area [9] CMSA 2 70 A/N
County [9] CNTY 3 72 A/N
County Population Size Code CNTYSC 2 75 A/N
00 Not in universe 06 250-299 12 2,500-4,999 18 100,000-249,999
01 0 07 300-499 13 5,000-9,999 19 250,000-499,999
02 1-24 08 500-999 14 10,000-19,999 20 500,000-999,999
03 25-99 09 1,000-1,499 15 20,000-24,999 21 1,000,000-2,499,999
04 100-199 10 1,500-1,999 16 25,000-49,999 22 2,500,000-4,999,999
05 200-249 11 2,000-2,499 17 50,000-99,999 23 5,000,000 or more
County Subdivision (Census)[9] COUSUBCE 3 77 A/N
County Subdivision (FIPS) 10 COUSUBFP 5 80 A/N
County Subdivision Class Code COUSUBCC 2 85 A/N
C2 Incorporated place that also serves as a minor civil division (MCD) equivalent because, although the place is coextensive with an MCD, the Census Bureau, in agreement with State officials, does not recognize thatMCD for presenting census data because the MCD cannot provide governmental services (Ohio only)
C5 Incorporated place that also serves as an MCD equivalent because it Is not part of an MCD or a county subdivision classified as Z5
C7 lncorporated place that also serves as a county equivalent and an MCD equivalent; generally referred to as an "independent city"
D2 Federally recognized American Indian reservation that also serves as an MCD equivalent
D5 State-recognized American Indian reservation that also serves as an MCD equivalent
T1 Governmentally active minor civil division (MCD) that is not coextensive with an incorporated place
T5 Governmentally active MCD that is coextensive with an incorporated place
Z1 MCD that is governmentally inactive or cannot provide general-purpose governmental services
Z3 Unorganized territory identified by the Census Bureau as an MCD equivalent for presenting census data
Z5 Census county division (CCD); census subarea (CSA) (Alaska only); census subdistrict (Virgin Islands only)
Z7 Incorporated place that the Census Bureau treats as a minor civil division (MCD) equivalent because it is not in any MCD or is coextensive with a legally established but nonfunctioning MCD that the Census Bureaudoes not recognize for data presentation, AND is located in a State or county whose MCDs cannot providegovernmental services (Iowa and Nebraska only)
County Subdivision Population Size Code COUSUBSC 2 87 A/N
00 Not in universe 06 250-299 12 2,500-4,999 18 100,000-249,999
01 0 07 300-499 13 5,000-9,999 19 250,000-499,999
02 1-24 08 500-999 14 10,000-19,999 20 500,000-999,999
03 25-99 09 1,000-1,499 15 20,000-24,999 21 1,000,000-2,499,999
04 100-199 10 1,500-1,999 16 25,000-49,999 22 2,500000-4,999,999
05 200-249 11 2,000-2,499 17 50,000-99,999 23 5,000,000 or more
Division [8] DIVIS 1 89 A/N
0 Not in a division 4 West North Central 7 West South Central
1 Now England 5 South Atlantic 8 Mountain
2 Middle Atlantic 6 Fast South Central 9 Pacific
3 East North Central    
Extended City Indicator [8] EXTCITIN 1 90 A/N
1 Extended city 9 Not an extended city
Internal Use Code [11] INTUC 15 91 A/N
Metropolitan Statistical Area/Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area [9] MSACMSA 4 106 A/N
MSA/CMSA Population Size Code MSACMSAS 2 110 A/N
00 Not in universe 06 250-299 12 2,500-4,999 18 100,000-249,999
01 0 07 300-499 13 5,000-9,999 19 250,000-499,999
02 1-24 08 500-999 14 10,000-19,999 20 500,000-999,999
03 25-99 09 1,000-1,499 15 20,000-24,999 21 1,000,000-2,499,999
04 100-199 10 1,500-1,999 16 25,000-49,999 22 2,500,000-4,999,999
05 200-249 11 2,000-2,499 17 50,000-99,999 23 5,000,000 or more
Place (Census) [9] PLACECE 4 112 A/N
Place (FIPS) [10] PLACEFP 5 116 A/N
Place Class Code PLACECC 2 121 A/N
C1 Incorporated place that Is governmentally active, is not related to an Alaska Native village statistical area(ANVSA), and does not serve as a minor civil division (MCD) equivalent
C2 Incorporated place that also serves as a minor civil division (MCD) equivalent because, although the place
is coextensive with an MCD, the Census Bureau, In agreement with State officials, does not recognize that
MCD for presenting census data because the MCD cannot provide governmental services (Iowa and Ohio only)
C5 Incorporated place that also serves as an MCD equivalent because it is not part of an MCD
C6 Incorporated place that coincides with or approximates an ANVSA
C7 Incorporated place that also serves as a county equivalent; generally referred to as an "independent city"
C8 The portion ("remainder") of a consolidated city that excludes the incorporated place(s) within that
jurisdiction
C9 Incorporated place whose government is operationally inactive and is not included in any other C subclass
M2 Military or Coast Guard installation (or part of an installation) that serves as a census designated place
(CDP)
U1 COP with a name that is commonly recognized for the populated area
U2 CDP with a name that is not commonly recognized for the populated area (eg, a combination of the names of
two or three commonly recognized communities, or a name that identifies the location of the CDP in
relation to an adjacent incorporated place)
U9 CDP that coincides with or approximates an ANVSA
Note: In Ohio, a multi-county place that has a different MCD relationship in each county is assigned only a single class code of C1, C2, or C5
Place Description Code PLACEDC 1 123 A/N
1 Incorporated central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA),but not a central place of an urbanized area (UA)
2 lncorporated central place of an urbanized area (UA), but not a central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA)
3 Incorporated central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA)and a central place of an urbanized area (UA)
4 Consolidated city or an incorporated place that Is not a central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA) and not a central place of an urbanized area (UA)
5 Incorporated place, which is the central place of an urbanized area (UA), but only part of which is the central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA)
6 lncorporated place, which Is not a central place of an urbanized area (UA), but part of which is the central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA)
A Census designated place (CDP) that is a central place of an urbanized area (UA), but not a central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA)
B Census designated place (CDP) that is a central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA), but not a central place of an urbanized area (UA)
C Census designated plaos (CDP) that is a central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan
statistical area (MSA/PMSA) and a central place of an urbanized area (UA)
D Census designated place (CDP) that Is in a 1980 or special census urbanized area (UA) and is not a central city or a central place; these CDP's must have a 1990 population of at least 300 in Hawaii and the VirginIslands of the United States, 1,000 in Puerto Rico, and 2,500 elsewhere
E Census designated place (CDP) not classified elsewhere; these CDP's must meet the following minimum populationrequirements: - 300 In Hawaii and the Virgin Islands of the United States - 25 In Alaska - 1,000 in all other States and Puerto Rico
F Zona urbana that is a central place of an urbanized area (UA) in Puerto Rico, but not a central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area (MSA/PMSA)
G Zona urbana that Is a central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area(MSA/PMSA) in Puerto Rico, but not a central place of an urbanized area (UA)
H Zona urbana that is a central city of a metropolitan statistical area/primary metropolitan statistical area(MSA/PMSA) and a central place of an urbanized area (UA)
I Zona urbana in Puerto Rico that is not a central city or a central place
L Census designated place (CDP) entirely within an American Indian reservation and entirely outside of a 1980 or special census urbanized area (UA); these CDP's must have a 1990 population of at least 25 in Alaska and250 elsewhere
Place Population Size Code PLACESC 2 124 A/N
00 Not In universe 06 250-299 12 2,500-4,999 18 100,000-249,999
01 0 07 300-499 13 5,000-9,999 19 250,000-499,999
02 1-24 08 500-999 14 10,000-19,999 20 500,000-999,999
03 25-99 09 1,000-1,499 15 20,000-24,999 21 1,000,000-2,499,999
04 100-199 10 1,500-1,999 16 25,000-49,999 22 2,500,000-4,999,999
05 200-249 11 2,000-2,499 17 50,000-99,999 23 5,000,000 or more
Primary Metropolitan Statistical
Area [9] PMSA 4 126 A/N
Region [8] REG 1 130 A/N
1 Northeast 2 Midwest
3 South 4 West
State (Census) [8] STATECE 2 131 A/N
06 Puerto Rico 33 Illinois 54 Virginia 81 Montana
07 Virgin Islands of 34 Michigan 55 West Virginia 82 Idaho
the United States 35 Wisconsin 56 North Carolina 83 Wyoming
11 Maine 41 Minnesota 57 South Carolina 84 Colorado
12 New Hampshire 42 Iowa 58 Georgia 85 Now Mexico
13 Vermont 43 Missouri 59 Florida 86 Arizona
14 Massachusetts 44 North Dakota 61 Kentucky 87 Utah
15 Rhode Island 45 South Dakota 62 Tennessee 88 Nevada
16 Connecticut 46 Nebraska 63 Alabama 91 Washington
21 New York 47 Kansas 64 Mississippi 92 Oregon
22 New Jersey 51 Delaware 71 Arkansas 93 California
23 Pennsylvania 52 Maryland 72 Louisiana 94 Alaska
31 Ohio 53 District of 73 Oklahoma 95 Hawaii
32 Indiana Columbia 74 Texas  
State (FIPS) [8] STATEFP 2 133 A/N
01 Alabama 17 Illinois 31 Nebraska 46 South Dakota
02 Alaska 18 Indiana 32 Nevada 47 Tennessee
04 Arizona 19 Iowa 33 New Hampshire 48 Texas
05 Arkansas 20 Kansas 34 New Jersey 49 Utah
06 California 21 Kentucky 35 New Mexico 50 Vermont
08 Colorado 22 Louisiana 36 New York 51 Virginia
09 Connecticut 23 Maine 37 North Carolina 53 Washington
10 Delaware 24 Maryland 38 North Dakota 54 West Virginia
11 District of 25 Massachusetts 39 Ohio 55 Wisonsin
Columbia 26 Michigan 40 Oklahoma 56 Wyoming
12 Florida 27 Minnesota 41 Oregon 72 Puerto Rico
13 Georgia 28 Mississippi 42 Pennsylvania 78 Virgin Islands of
15 Hawaii 29 Missouri 44 Rhode Island the United States
16 Idaho 30 Montana 45 South Carolina  
Urban/Rural [8] URBANRUR 1 135 A/N
1 Urban 2 Rural
Urbanized Area [9] URBAREA 4 136 A/N
Urbanized Area Population Size Code UASC 2 140 A/N
00 Not in universe 06 250-299 12 2,500-4,999 18 100,000-249,999
01 0 07 300-499 13 5,000-9,999 19 250,000-499,999
02 1-24 08 500-999 14 10,000-19,999 20 500,000-999,999
03 25-99 09 1,000-1,499 15 20,000-24,999 21 1,000,000-2,499,999
04 100-199 10 1,500-1,999 16 25,000-49,999 22 2,500,000-4,999,999
05 200-249 11 2,000-2,499 17 50,000-99,999 23 5,000,000 or more
Special Area Code (1) SAC1 5 142 A/N
Special Area Code (2) SAC2 5 147 A/N
Special Area Code (3) SAC3 4 152 A/N
Special Area Code (4) SAC4 4 156 A/N
Special Area Code (5) SAC5 3 160 A/N
Special Area Code (6) SAC6 3 163 A/N
Special Area Code (7) SAC7 2 166 A/N
Special Area Code (8) SAC8 2 168 A/N
Special Area Code (9) SAC9 1 170 A/N
Special Area Code (10) SAC10 1 171 A/N
AREA CHARACTERISTICS  
Area (land) [12] AREALAND 10 172 A/N
Area (water) [13] AREAWAT 10 182 A/N
Area Name/PSAD Term/ Part Indicator [14] ANPSADPI 66 192 A/N
Functional Status Code FUNCSTAT 1 258 A/N
A Active govern mental unit,except American indian reservations and Alaska Native village statistical areas-Anactive governmental unit has the legal capacity to have officers, to raise revenue, and to conductgovernmental activities under State laws, and currently is doing so
B Functioning governmental unit providing no substantive governmental services-These areas may be coextensive with and administered by officials of another governmental unit (such as towns in Connecticut that arecoextensive with cities), or the number of officials and/or the functions they perform are so minimal and/orvestigial that the Census Bureau does not recognize them as governmental units for census purposes (such astownships in Iowa)
F False entity-In order to maintain complete coverage of every State at the county level and of every county at the county subdivision level, we create false entities at these levels for any place that Is independent of acounty or independent of a minor civil division (MCD) This code also is used for place records thatrepresent the remainder of a consolidated city or the remainder of a county subdivision
I Inactive governmental unit - An inactive governmental unit has the legal capacity to be active, but currently has no legal officers, raises no revenues, and conducts no activities
N Nonfunctioning governmental unit - A nonfunctioning governmental unit has legally established boundaries,but has no legal capacity to conduct governmental activity
R An American Indian reservation, an American Indian tribe whose name Is associated with trust lands, or an Alaska Native village statistical area
S Statistical entity, except Alaska Native village statistical areas and tribal jurisdiction statistical areas- A statistical entity has no governmental status and is defined by or in cooperation with the CensusBureau or other Federal agency This category Includes census regions, census divisions, census county divisions (CCDs), census designated places (CDPs), metropolitan areas (MSA/CMSA/PMSAs), urbanized areas(UAs), unorganized territories (UTs), tribal designated statistical areas (TDSAs), census areas and censussubareas in Alaska, and comunidades and zonas urbanas in Puerto Rico
T Tribal jurisdiction statistical area A tribal jurisdiction statistical area (TJSA) is not a legally defined governmental unit, but is recognized as a statistical area for the 1990 census These areas exist only inthe State of Oklahoma and were not recognized separately in 1980
Geographic Change User Note Indicator GCUNI 1 259 A/N
0 No geographic change note for the area within the summary level
1 See User Notes for a geographic change note
Housing Unit Count (100 percent) [15] HU100 9 260 A/N
Internal Point(latitude) [16] INTPTLAT 9 269 A/N
Internal Point(longitude) [17] INTPTLNG 10 278 A/N
Part Flag PARTFLAG 1 288 A/N
0 Not a part 1 Part
Political/Statistical Area Description Code PSADC 2 289 A/N
01 State or State equivalent-no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
04 Borough-county equivalent in Alaska; "Borough" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
05 Census area-county equivalent in Alaska; "Census Area" Is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
06 County-"County" Is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
08 Independent city--county equivalent in Maryland, Missouri, and Virginia; "city" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
09 Independent city-county equivalent in Nevada; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
10 Island-county equivalent in Virgin Islands of the United States; "Island" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
13 Municipal-county equivalent in Puerto Rico; "Municipio" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
14 (none)-county equivalent; used at county level for the District of Columbia and Yellowstone National Park (Montana) No status Is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
15 Parish-county equivalent in Louisiana; "Parish" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
19 American Indian reservation-minor civil division (MCD) in Maine and New York; "Reservation" is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
20 Barrio-minor civil division (MCD) In Puerto Rico; "barrio" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and refated data products
21 Borough-minor civil division (MCD) in New York; MCD equivalent in New Jersey and Pennsylvania; "borough" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
22 Census county division (CCD)-minor civil division (MCD) equivalent in 21 States; "division" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
23 Census subarea-minor civil division (MCD) equivalent in Alaska; "census subarea" is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
24 Census subdistrict-minor civil division (MCD) equivalent in the Virgin Islands of the United States; "subdistrict" is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
25 City-minor civil division (MCD) equivalent In 20 States; "city" is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
27 District (magisterial, road)-minor civil division (MCD) in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wast Virginia; "district" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
28 District (assessment, election, magisterial, supervisors', or parish governing authority)-minor civil division (MCD) in Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, and West Virginia; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
29 Election precinct-minor civil division (MCD) in Illinois and Nebraska; "precinct" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
30 Election precinct-minor civil division (MCD) in Illinois and Nebraska; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
31 Gore-minor civil division (MCD) in Maine and Vermont; "gore" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
32 Grant-minor civil division (MCD) in New Hampshire and Vermont; "grant" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
33 Independent city-minor civil division (MCD) equivalent in Maryland, Missouri, and Virginia; "city" is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products Independent city-minor civil division (MCD) equivalent in Nevada; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
36 Location-minor civil dlvision (MCD) in New Hampshire; "location" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
38 (none)-minor civil division (MCD) equivalent for District of Columbia and Arlington County, Virginia; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
39 Plantation-minor civil division (MCD) in Maine; "plantation" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
40 Plantation-minor civil division (MCD) in Maine; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
41 Barrio-pueblo-minor civil division (MCD) in Puerto Rico; "barrio-pueblo" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
42 Purchase-minor civil division (MCD) in New Hampshire; "purchase" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
43 Town-minor civil division (MCD) In 8 States; MCD equivalent in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and South Dakota; "town" is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
44 Township-minor civil division (MCD) in 16 States; "township" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
45 Township-minor civil division (MCD) in Kansas, Nebraska, and North Carolina; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
46 Unorganized territory-minor civil division (MCD) in 9 States; "unorg" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
47 Village-minor civil division (MCD) equivalent in New Jersey, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin; "village" is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
51 Subbarrio-sub-minor civil division (sub-MCD) in Puerto Rico; "subbarrio" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
55 Comunidad-place (census designated place) in Puerto Rico; "comunidad" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
56 Borough-place In Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania; "borough" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
57 Census designated place-place; "CDP" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
58 City-place; "city" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
59

City-place; used for some cities that have a unique description, no description, or a description included with their name, as follows:

Anaconda-Deer Lodge County (Montana): incorporated municipality;Butte-Silver Bow (remainder) (Montana): (none);Carson City, Nevada: (none);Columbus city (remainder) (Georgia): (none);Indianapolis city (remainder) (Indiana): (none);Jacksonville city (remainder) (Florida): (none);Lexington-Fayette (Kentucky): Urban County Government;Lynchburg-Moore County (Tennessee): (none);Milford city (remainder) (Connecticut): (none);Nashville-Davidson (remainder) (Tennessee): "Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County"; No status Is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products

60 Town-place; place In 30 States and the Virgin Islands of the United States; "town" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
61 Village-place; place in 19 States; "village" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
62 Zona urbana-place (census designated place) in Puerto Rico; "zona urbana" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
65 Consolidated city In Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, and Indiana-"city" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
66 Consolidated city-used for some consolidated cities that have unique descriptions or no descriptions, as follows: Butte-Sliver Bow (Montana): (none); Nashville-Davidson (Tennessee): "Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County"; No status Is appended to the name of the antity in census publications and related data products
68 Census region-no status Is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
69 Census division-no status Is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
71 Consolidated metropolitan statistical area (CMSA)-"CMSA" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
72 Metropolitan statistical area (MSA)-"MSA" Is appended to the name of the entity In census publications and related data products
73 Primary metropolitan statistical area (PMSA)-"PMSA" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
75 Urbanized area (UA)-no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
77 Alaska Native Regional Corporation-no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
79 Alaska Native village statistical area-no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
80 Tribal designated statistical area-American Indian reservation equivalent for non-land-based tribes outside of Oklahoma; "TDSA" Is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
81 Colony-American Indian reservation; "Colony" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
82 Communty-American Indian reservation; "Community" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
83 Joint area-American Indian reservation equivalent; "joint area" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
84 Pueblo-American Indian reservation; "Pueblo" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
85 Rancheria-American Indian reservation; "Rancheria" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
86 Reservation-American Indian reservation; "Reservation" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
87 Reserve-American Indian reservation; "Reserve" is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
88 Tribal jurisdiction statistical area-American Indian reservation equivalent representing historic tribal areas in Oklahoma; "TJSA" Is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
89 Trust lands-American Indian reservation equivalent; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
90 (none)-American Indian reservation; no status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products
Population Count (100 percent) [18] POP100 9 291 A/N
Special Flag SPFLAG 1 300 A/N


Footnotes:

1. A unique identifier for each file series. Dress rehearsal files have a "D" in the character following the last character in the file identification code for the equivalent 1990 decennial census file; for example, PL94171D is the identifier for the dress rehearsal file for the P.L. 94-171 data. File identification code for the P.L. 94-171 file is PL94171. File identification codes for summary tape files are STFnn where nn = file number; for example, STF1A is the identification for Summary Tape File 1A. File identification codes for subject summary tape files are SSTFnn where nn = the number of the subject report. File identification codes for special project files are identified by SPmmm where mmm = a three digit special project number. See How to Use This File for further information.
2. Identifies the geographic level for which the data matrices on the summary tape file have been summarized. The summary level sequence chart describes the hierarchical arrangement of the specified geographic areas with other geographic areas, if any. The summary level must be used in combination with the geographic area codes to identify a specific geographic area (for example, summary level 050 and a specific county code must be used together to locate the data for a particular county). See How to Use This File for further information.
3. Indicates an iteration (repetition), for the specified summary level, of the data matrices on the summary tape file for the geographic components listed in the Geographic Component field. See How To Use This File for further information.
4. Indicates an iteration (repetition), for the specified summary level, of the data matrices on the summary tape file for a population or housing characteristic. Only matrices containing a "B" in the prefix have characteristic iterations. See How to Use This File for further information.
5. The logical record is the complete record [identification and set of tables (matrices)] for a geographic entity defined by the summary level, but exclusive of the characteristic iteration. A logical record may have one or more parts (or segments). Each logical record has an assigned sequential integer number within the file. See How to Use This File for further information.
6. Within the logical record, each part is identified uniquely in terms of its sequence. See How to Use This File for further information.
7. This field identifies how many parts (or segments) comprise the entire logical record. See How to Use This File for further information.
8. See appendix A, Area Classifications, for definition of this field if it is applicable to this file.
9. See the publication, Geographic Identification Code Scheme, for codes in this field and related terminology if it is applicable to this file. See appendix A, Area Classifications, for definition of this field if it is applicable to this file.
10. See the publication, Geographic Identification Code Scheme, for FIPS 55 codes in this field and related terminology if it is applicable to this file. See appendix A, Area Classifications, for definition of this field if it is applicable to this file.
11. Codes in unspecified arrangement for Census Bureau use.
12. Land area measurement in thousandths (.001) of a square kilometer. The accuracy of the area measurement is limited by the inaccuracy inherent in 1) the mapping of the various boundary features in the TIGER File and 2) rounding affecting the last digit in all operations that compute and/or sum the area measurements. Land area includes intermittent water and glaciers, which appear on census maps and in the TIGER File as hydrographic features. An area of .0005 square kilometer is rounded to .001; an area smaller than .0005 is rounded to .000. The decimal point is implied on the file. Square miles can be derived by dividing square kilometers by 2.59. See appendix A, Area Classifications, for definition of this field if it is applicable to this file.
13. Water area measurement in thousandths (.001) of a square kilometer. Water area is excluded from census blocks by definition, so the water area for a block always will be zero. The accuracy of the area measurement is limited by the inaccuracy inherent in 1) the mapping of the various boundary features in the TIGER File and 2) rounding affecting the last digit in all operations that compute and/or sum the area measurements. Water area excludes intermittent water and glaciers, which are treated as land even though they appear on census maps and in the TIGER File as hydrographic features. An area of .0005 square kilometer is rounded to .001; an area smaller than .0005 is rounded to .000. The decimal point is implied on the file. Square miles can be derived by dividing square kilometers by 2.59. See appendix A, Area Classifications, for definition of this field if it is applicable to this file.
14. Name of the lowest-level entity represented by the summary level. In addition to the name of the entity, the name field contains the political/statistical area description (PSAD) when appropriate, and sometimes contains the State abbreviation. For legal entities, the name is the one reported to the Bureau of the Census in the Boundary and Annexation Survey and by other appropriate sources; for statistical entities, the name is determined by the Office of Management and Budget for metropolitan areas and, for other areas, the name is determined by the Bureau of the Census, usually in cooperation with local officials. When the summary level represents only part of the area specified in the name, the name usually will have "(pt.)" appended to the name/code terminology to designate that this entry for the entity represents only a part of the total entity.
15. The total number of housing units enumerated in the specified summary level as determined in the 100-percent processing.
16. Latitude in degrees, to six decimal places, of a point within the geographic area represented by the summary level. The decimal point is implied on the file. The character immediately preceding the first digit of the latitude of an internal point identifies the direction (hemisphere): a plus sign (+) indicates the Northern Hemisphere; a minus sign (-) indicates the Southern Hemisphere. See appendix A, Area Classifications, for definition of this field if it is applicable to this file.
17. Longitude in degrees, to six decimal places, of a point with the geographic area represented by the summary level. The decimal point is implied on the file. The character immediately preceding the first digit of the longitude of an internal point identifies the direction (hemisphere): a plus sign (+) indicates the Eastern Hemisphere; a minus sign (-) indicates the Western Hemisphere. A point on the 180th meridian is assigned to the Western Hemisphere (-180000000). See appendix A, Area Classifications, for definition of this field if it is applicable to this file.
18. The total number of persons enumerated in the specified summary level as determined in the 100-percent processing.