Decennial Census Information: 2000 Census Detailed Print Holdings

The final reports of the 2000 Census were published in five printed report series: Summary Population and Housing Characteristics; Summary Social, Economic and Housing Characteristics; Population and Housing Unit Counts; Island Areas; and Characteristics of the American Indians and Alaska Natives. In each series, there is one report for each state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, plus a United States summary report. Many tables in the United States summary reports include data for Puerto Rico.
In addition, there are census briefs, special reports, and mapping products, but these products are not distributed in print. They are available online only.

Each report series is linked to PDF versions of the publications, if available.

Volumes which contain tables specifically about New York City and State are highlighted.

Census of Population and Housing

Maps and Mapping Products

Tract maps for New York City were produced by the New York City Department of City Planning, and purchased by the Electronic Data Service, 201 Lehman Library.

  • Urban Cluster Outline Maps (Census 2000)
    These maps show the boundaries, names and codes of urban clusters, as well as the named features underlying the boundaries. They also show the boundaries, names and codes for American Indian/Alaska Native/Hawaiian home land areas, counties, county subdivisions, and places. These are large format maps, designed for output on 36" x 33" paper. The scale of the maps is optimized to keep the number of map sheets for each urban cluster to a minimum. The map scale and number of map sheets will vary by the size and complexity of the urban cluster.
  • 2002 TIGER/Line Files
    The TIGER/Line files are extracts of selected geographic and cartographic information from the Census Bureau's TIGER (Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing) database.