Updated regularly. Provides easy access to historical census data for the United States. Allows users to visually analyze and understand the demography of any part of the United States with access to the following:
Interactive thematic maps of historical census data
Customized reports for any chosen area or areas (including aggregates)
Complete coverage of the United States, down to neighborhoods and streets
Simple navigation buttons and a find tool make it easy and efficient to study neighborhoods
Users can examine geographic areas while selecting the type of data to be shown, such as population density or income level. The corresponding data tables are also available.
OnTheMap is a web-based mapping and data application that shows where workers are employed and where they live, produced by the U.S. Bureau of the Census. It also provides companion reports on age, earnings, industry distributions, race, ethnicity, educational attainment, and sex. To begin, type a place name or Zip Code in the search box. Additional information on the underlying data is available on the Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics web site.
Asia Society is an educational organization that promotes partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context.
Their mapping the nation tool goes beyond just data about Asian Languages. They go beyond Census data and collect data from economic and educational organizations.
Pew has a section of their site devoted to the trends they see in the US Hispanic community.
Glossary - US Census
Census County Division (CCD) - subdivisions of a county that were delineated by the Census Bureau, in cooperation with State officials and local census statistical areas committees, for statistical purposes.
A census-designated place (CDP) - a concentration of population defined by the United States Census Bureau for statistical purposes only. The boundaries of a CDP have no legal status.