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Scientific Data Documentation
Compressed Mortality, 1968-1995

Data access:

CC36.CMF.POP6895 (population denominator data only)
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Compressed Mortality on WONDER online database

Data Tape Documentation Compressed Mortality File 1968-95

Source:

Departmentment of Health and Human Services
Public Health Service
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Center for Health Statistics
February 1998

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Abstract
I.Use of NCHS Data
II.Description of the Compressed Mortality File
III.Technical Specifications of the Mortality Data Tapes
IV.Technical Specifications of the Population Data Tape
V.Description of the Mortality Data Tapes
VI.Description of the Population Data Tape
Appendix A Guidelines for the Dissemination of Vital Statistics Data
Appendix B Technical Details for Mortality Data (missing)
Appendix C ICD Codes for the 8th and 9th Revisions and Comparability Ratios, 72 Selected Causes (missing)
Appendix D Definition of 69 and 72 Cause of Death Recodes
Appendix E Description of the Population Estimates
Appendix F FIPS State and County Codes and Names
Appendix G Dictionary of FIPS State and County Codes and Names
References
Notes:
General Notes on Population Estimates
Notes on Comparison of Compressed Mortality and Multiple Cause of Death data for 1981-1982
Missing documentation:
   APPENDIX B: Technical Details for Mortality Data
   APPENDIX C: ICD Codes for the 8th and 9th Revision and Comparability Ratios,72 Selected Causes


Abstract
 This documentation is designed to assist users of the Compressed Mortality File
 (CMF), a county-level data file covering the years 1968-95.  Section I provides
 guidelines for use of NCHS data.  Section II includes information on the background
 and purpose of the file and the sources of the data.  Sections III and IV provide
 technical specifications for the tapes.  Sections V and VI provide a description of the
 data on these tapes, as well as the location of the contents of each record.  Appendix
 A provides the guidelines for the use and dissemination of vital statistics data. 
 Appendix B, from the 1988 Vital Statistics of the United States mortality volume,
 provides a description of the mortality vital statistics system and cause of death
 coding.  Appendix C contains a list of comparable International Classification of
 Diseases (ICD) codes for the 8th and 9th revisions (72 selected causes), and estimated
 comparability ratios.  Appendix D has the definition of the 69 and 72 cause of death
 recodes.  Appendix E contains a brief description of the methodology used to develop
 the population estimates and a discussion of their limitations.  Appendix F describes
 the state and county codes as specified by the "Federal Information Processing
 Standards" (FIPS) and modifications made to these codes for the CMF.  Appendix G
 is a listing of the FIPS state and county codes on the CMF and the corresponding state
 and county names.
  
I. Use of NCHS Data
 Users of NCHS data must agree to the following requirements, some of which are
 statutorily-based.  By using these data you signify your agreement to abide by the
 requirements.
 A. The Public Health Service Act (Section 308 (d)) provides that the data collected 
   by NCHS may be used only for the purposes of health statistical reporting and
   analysis Any effort to determine the identity of any reported case is prohibited by
   law.  NCHS does all it can to assure that the identity of data subjects cannot be
   disclosed.  All direct identifiers, as well as any characteristics that might lead to
   identification, are omitted from the data sets.  Any intentional identification or
   disclosure of a person  violates assurances of confidentiality given to the providers
   of the information.  Therefore, users will:
  
   1.  Use the data in the CMF only for statistical reporting and analysis.
   2.  Make no use of the identity of any person discovered inadvertently and 
       advise the Director, NCHS of any such discovery.
   3.  Not link this data set with any other NCHS or non-NCHS data set.
 B. Any published material derived from data should acknowledge the National Center 
   for Health Statistics as the original source.  It should also include a disclaimer which
   credits any analyses, interpretations, or conclusions reached to the author (recipient
   of the tape) and not to NCHS, which is responsible only for the original data.
 
 C. Consumers who wish to publish a technical description of the data will make a 
   reasonable effort to ensure that the description is not inconsistent with that
   published by NCHS.  This does not mean, however, that NCHS will review such
   descriptions.
 D. Beginning with 1989 data, new guidelines apply to the dissemination and use of 
   the vital statistics data.  Please see Appendix A for details.
II. Description of the Compressed Mortality File
 The Compressed Mortality File (CMF) is a county-level national mortality and
 population data base spanning the years 1968-95.  The data base is stored on four
 tape cartridges (at 38,000 bpi), three for the mortality data and one for the population
 data.  Thus, the file contains both the numerators and denominators needed to
 calculate death rates.  The file permits the examination of mortality trends at various
 geographic levels for race-sex-age groups of interest.
 The mortality data base of the CMF is derived from the U.S. records of deaths that
 occurred during 1968-95.  The source records were condensed to 21-byte records by
 reducing the number of variables included on each record.  The variables included on
 the condensed record are:  1) state and county of residence at death, 2) year of death,
 3) race (white, black, other races), 4) sex, 5) age group at death (16 age groups), 6)
 underlying cause of death (4-digit ICD code), and (7) 69 or 72 cause of death recode. 
 The number of death records was reduced by about 60 percent by aggregating records
 that were identical with respect to state and county of residence, year of death, race,
 sex, age group at death, and underlying cause of death and adding a count field to the
 aggregate record to represent the number of identical records.
 The population data base of the CMF is derived from U.S. Bureau of the Census
 estimates of national, state, and county resident populations.  The estimates for 1971-
 79 and for 1981-89 are intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population.  The
 1970, 1980, and 1990 estimates are April 1 modified census counts.  The estimates
 for 1991-95 are postcensal estimates of the July 1 resident population.  To permit the
 calculation of infant mortality rates, NCHS live-birth data were substituted for the
 estimates of the population under one year of age.  The population estimates on this
 file are by geographic unit (total U.S., state, and county), year, race (white, black,
 other races), sex, and age group (13 age groups).
III. Technical Specifications of the Mortality Data Tape
 The data tape was created on an IBM-9021-580 according to the following specifications:
 DATA SET NAME                      CMF.MORT6878
                                   CMF.MORT7995
 NUMBER OF CARTRIDGE TAPES          3
 NUMBER OF RECORDING TRACKS         18
 DENSITY                            38,000 bpi                     
 RECORD LENGTH                      21
 BLOCK SIZE                         32739
 NUMBER OF RECORDS                  
      1968-78                       8,774,864
      1979-95                      15,453,581
 RECORDING MODE                     EBCDIC Character (Alphanumeric)

 

IV. Technical Specifications of the Population Data Tape
 The data tape was created on an IBM-9021-580 according to the following specifications:
 DATA SET NAME                      CMF.POP6895
 NUMBER OF CARTRIDGE TAPES          1
 NUMBER OF RECORDING TRACKS         18
 DENSITY                            38,000 bpi
 RECORD LENGTH                      138
 BLOCK SIZE                         32706
 NUMBER OF RECORDS                  529,662
 RECORDING MODE                     EBCDIC Character (Alphanumeric)
V. Description of the Mortality Data Tapes
 General description
 The data on the mortality tapes, for all years except 1972, are based on records
 for all deaths occurring in the United States.  For 1972, the data are based on a 50
 percent sample and weighted by a factor of 2.  Deaths to foreign residents are
 excluded.  Deaths to U.S. residents who died abroad are not included on this file. 
 Appendix B provides a description of the vital statistics reporting system maintained
 by the NCHS.  
 The source files consisted of 159, 160, and 440-byte records.  The source records
 were condensed to 21-bytes by retaining only a select set of key analysis variables. 
 The variables included on the condensed record are:  1) state and county of residence,
 2) year of death (rather than the full date of death), 3) race (recoded to white, black,
 other races), 4) sex, 5) age group at death (specific age recoded to 16 age groups),
 6) underlying cause of death (4-digit ICD code), and 7) 69 or 72 cause of death
 recode. 
 Including only these few variables on the file and recoding some of them into a
 limited number of categories resulted in numerous records having identical values on
 all of the variables.  The number of records on the file was reduced substantially by
 aggregating records with identical values on all of the variables into one record.  A
 count indicating the number of identical records was added to the aggregate record. 
 For example, two white male residents of Clay County, Alabama, with ages between
 35 and 44 years, died from "bronchus and lung, unspecified" (ICD 162.9) in 1979. 
 Their records were combined into one, with a 2 in the count field.  Note that there are
 no records on the file with zero in the count field.  If no deaths occurred for a
 particular combination of variable values, no record appears.
 Specific details
 1. Beginning in 1989, new confidentiality restrictions apply to the mortality data. 
   See Appendix A for details.
 2. Underlying cause of death for the years 1968-78 is classified in accordance
   with the Eighth Revision International Classification of Diseases, Adapted for Use
   in the United States (ICDA-8) codes1.  Cause of death for the years 1979-93 is
   classified in accordance with the International Classification of Disease, Ninth
   Revision (ICD-9) codes2. For a further description of the ICD codes see Appendix
   B or Volume II of the annual mortality volumes produced by the NCHS, such as
   Vital Statistics of the United States, 1978, Volume II-Mortality,3 or Vital Statistics
   of the United States, 1988, Volume II-Mortality4.  For a list of comparable ICD
   codes for the 8th and 9th revisions and estimated comparability ratios, see
   Appendix C.
 3. If the fourth digit of the ICD code is a "blank" on the source file, it is a blank 
   on this file.  
 4. For injuries and poisonings, the external cause is coded (E800-E999) rather
   than the Nature of Injury (800-999).  The letter "E" is not included in the code.
 5. For the years 1988 through 1991, if there were three or fewer deaths for a
   given Georgia county of residence (of deaths occurring in Georgia) with HIV
   infection (ICD codes *042-*044, 795.8) cited as a cause-of-death (underlying or
   non-underlying cause), these records were assigned a "missing" place of residence
   code (FIPS code = 13999).  See Appendix F. 
 6. The FIPS state and county codes contain leading zeros in both the 2-byte state
   code and the 3-byte county code.
File Layout of the Mortality Data Tapes
This file is sorted by tape locations 6-7, 1-5, 8, 9-10, 11-14.
 Tape      Field   Item and
 Location  Size    Code Outline                      Format
                                                                                                          

                  FIPS code
                  (See Appendices F and G)
1-2       2       FIPS state code                   Numeric
3-5       3       FIPS county code                  Numeric
6-7       2       Year of death                     Numeric
                  (Last two digits)
8         1       Race-sex                          Numeric
                  1   White male
                  2   White female
                  3   Black male
                  4   Black female
                  5   Other male
                  6   Other female  
9-10      2       Age at death                      Numeric
                  01   under 1 day
                  02   1-6 days
                  03   7-27 days
                  04   28-364 days
                  05   1-4 years
                  06   5-9 years
                  07   10-14 years
                  08   15-19 years
                  09   20-24 years
                  10   25-34 years
                  11   35-44 years
                  12   45-54 years
                  13   55-64 years
                  14   65-74 years
                  15   75-84 years
                  16   85+ years
                  99   Unknown
                  Tape      Field   Item and
                  Location  Size    Code Outline                                      Format
                                                                                                           
11-14     4       ICD code for underlying
                  cause of death                    Numeric
                  1968-78: ICDA-8
                  1979-94: ICD-9
15-17     3       Cause of Death Recode             Numeric 
                  (See Appendix D)
                  1968-78:  69 Cause Recode
                  1979-94:  72 Cause Recode
18-21     4       Number of deaths                  Numeric
VI. Description of the Population Data Tapes
General description
There are national, state, and county population estimates on the population tape
of the CMF.  The population estimates are based on U.S. Bureau of the Census
estimates of U.S. national, state, and county resident populations.  The 1968-69
national estimates and all of the estimates for 1971-79 and 1981-89 are intercensal
estimates of July 1 resident populations.  The 1970, 1980,  and 1990 population
estimates are April 1 modified (modified age-race-sex) census counts.  The 1991-95
population estimates are postcensal estimates of July 1 resident populations.  The
1968 and 1969 state and county population estimates were calculated by NCHS using
linear extrapolation.  A brief description of the population estimates is provided here;
a more detailed description is provided in Appendix E.
Specific details
1. There is one record on the file for each geographic unit (total U.S., state, county)
   x year x race-sex group.
2. Modifications of the population estimates made by NCHS:

   a. To permit the calculation of infant mortality rates, NCHS live-birth data were
      substituted for the estimates of the population under one year of age.  The race
      code for these records is derived from "race of mother".
   b. When the age group 1-4 years did not appear on the Census file, the age group
      0-4 years was multiplied by 0.8 to obtain an estimate of the population 1-4 years.
   c. For non-censal years prior to 1992, the NCHS Division of Vital Statistics uses
      national population estimates rounded to the nearest 1,000 to calculate published
      death rates.  On the CMF, the national population estimates for 1968-69 and
      1971-79 are rounded to the nearest 1,000 in accordance with this practice. 
      However, this means that calculation of rates for aggregate age, race, and/or sex
      groups  involves using population estimates that were rounded before aggregation
      rather than after aggregation.  As a result, rates for aggregate groups calculated
      using the rounded estimates on the CMF may differ slightly from those published
      by NCHS.  The national population estimates for 1981-89 and 1991 on the CMF
      are not rounded so that the user can round them after aggregating across
      subgroups and avoid the rounding error problem.   Beginning with the 1992 data,
      NCHS Division of Vital Statistic uses unrounded national population estimates to
      calculate death rates.  
  
3. The user can replicate the death rates published by NCHS by using the
   corresponding national and state population estimates provided on the CMF.  National,
   state, and county records can be identified by using the FIPS code or the record type
   variable in location 138.  National population records have a FIPS code of "00000". 
   State population records have a valid 2-digit FIPS state code and a county code of
   "000" (see Appendix F).  The record type variable assumes the value "1" for national
   records, "2" for state records, and "3" for county records. 
   
   It is necessary to provide separate sets of estimates for each geographic level for
   the following reasons:  
   
  1) Intercensal estimates.  The methodology used to produce the intercensal
     estimates (1971-79 and 1981-89) did not smooth them enough to prevent 
     rounding error when the estimates are summed.  Thus, for the intercensal years,
     the sum of the population estimates of counties within a state may not equal the
     state population estimate, and the sum of all state population estimates or all
     county population estimates may not equal the national population estimates.  For
     these years, the national population estimates should be used when calculating
     national death rates and the state population estimates should be used when
     calculating state death rates.
  2) Postcensal estimates.  The U.S. Bureau of the Census annually produces a
     "series" of postcensal estimates consisting of estimates for the current year plus
     revised estimates for all previous postcensal years (i.e. July 1, 1990-current year). 
     Due to methodologic refinements, the rounding problem discussed above for the
     intercensal estimates has been minimized for the postcensal estimates.  Within a
     series, the state and county estimates sum to the national estimates and the
     county estimates sum to state estimates.  However, estimates for a given year
     from one series may differ significantly from estimates for that year from a different
     series (see Appendix E).  Because the national and state postcensal estimates on
     the CMF are constrained to be the same as those used by NCHS to calculate
     published death rates, they come from different  postcensal series.  For example
     the national estimates for 1993 are from a different pstcensal series than the
     estimates for 1994.  In addition, for some years, the national estimates come from
     one series and the state estimates come from another series.  For example, the
     1995 national estimates come from the 1995 postcensal series while the 1995
     state estimates come from the 1996 postcensal series.  This is specified in detail
     in Appendix E.  The county postcensal estimates are from the most recent
     postcensal estimate series.  Thus, the postcensal county estimates on the
     CMFchange each year and generally do not sum to the state or national estimates. 
    
     For the postcensal years, the use can replicate national and state death rates
     published by NCHS by using the corresponding national and state population
     estimates.  As rounding is not a problem with the postcensal estimates, the user
     who wishes to use national or state postcensal estimates from the same postcensal
     series can aggregate the county estimates to obtain them.
4.  The FIPS state and county codes contain leading zeros in both the 2-byte state
    code and the 3-byte county code.
5. For the years 1988 through 1991, there was an additional county in Georgia with
   a "missing" county code of "999" (see Appendix F).  The six records for this county
   have population counts of zero.
6. Brief description of population estimates for individual years      
 
 1968-69 population estimates - National population estimates are U.S. Bureau of  
 the Census intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population.  State and
 county population estimates were calculated by NCHS using linear extrapolation
 from the corresponding July 1, 1970 and July 1, 1971 estimates.
 1970 population estimates - National, state, and county population estimates are 
 from a modified version of the April 1, 1970 census.  The original census counts
 were modified by the U.S. Bureau of the Census to correct:  1) errors discovered
 in the data, 2) race misclassification - persons of Hispanic origin who reported their
 race as "other" were recoded as "white". 
  
 1971-79 population estimates - National and county estimates are U.S. Bureau of 
 the Census intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population.  The Bureau of
 the Census did not produce state population estimates by age, race, and sex for the
 70's.  Therefore, the state population estimates for 1971-79 on this file are simply
 the sum of the population estimates for the counties in each state.
 
 Three Virginia independent cities (Manassas, Manassas Park, and Poquoson) did
 not appear on the Census file. While these independent cities are not on the
 mortality file for 1968-78, they are on the file for 1979 onwards.  Therefore, the
 1979 populations for these three cities were estimated from the July 1, 1980 and
 July 1, 1981 estimates of these cities.  The 1979 population estimates for the
 counties containing the cities were reduced by the estimated city populations.
 1980 population estimates - National, state, and county population estimates are 
 from a modified version of the April 1, 1980 census.  The original census counts
 were modified by the U.S. Bureau of the Census: 1) persons who reported their race
 as "other" (the majority being of Hispanic origin) were reassigned to one of the
 official race groups, 2) an adjustment was made for the overcount of centenarians
 
 April 1, 1980 population estimates for three Virginia independent cities,
 (Manassas, Manassas Park, and Poquoson) had to be extrapolated from July 1,
 1980 estimates.  The April 1 populations for the three cities were calculated as a
 proportion of the April 1 county population, with the proportion obtained from the
 July 1, 1980 city/county estimates. The April 1 population estimates for the
 counties containing the three cities were reduced by the estimated April 1 city
 populations.
 1981-89 population estimates  - National, state, and county estimates are U.S. 
 Bureau of the Census intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population.    
 1990 population estimates - National, state, and county population estimates are 
 from the April 1, 1990 age-race-sex modified census counts.  The original census
 counts were modified by the U.S. Bureau of the Census: 1) to correct the bias in
 reported age -- about 10 percent of persons were actually a year younger as of April
 1 than reported, 2) to assign persons who reported their race as "other" to one of
 15 race groups.   
 1991-95 population estimates - National, state, and county population estimates 
 are U.S. Bureau of the Census postcensal estimates of the July 1 resident
 population.  When the CMF is updated each year, the national and state estimates
 for years already on the file are retained and national and state estimates for the
 new year are added.  Thus, the national and state estimates for different years  may
 be from different  postcensal estimate series.  For the national estimates, the 1991
 estimates are from the 1991 series, the 1992 estimates are from the 1993 series,
 the 1993 and 1994 estimates are from the 1994 series, and the 1995  estimates
 are from the 1995 series.  For the state estimates, the 1991 and 1992 estimates
 are from the 1992 postcensal series and the 1993 and 1994 estimates are from the
 1994 series; estimates for 1995 are from the 1996 series.  Thus, the 1993 and
 1994 state estimates are from the same series as the national estimates for those
 years.  The county estimates are updated annually with the most recent postcensal
 series of estimates.  Thus, the county estimates change somewhat each time the
 CMF is updated and unlike the national and state estimates for this period, the
 county estimates for 1991-current year are from the same postcensal estimate
 series.   
File Layout of the Population Data Tape
 This file is sorted by tape locations 6-7, 1-5, 8. 
 Tape      Field  Item and
 Location  Size   Code Outline                         Format         
               FIPS codes
               (See Appendices F and G)
 1-2      2     FIPS state code                        Numeric
 3-5      3     FIPS county code                       Numeric
 6-7      2     Year                                   Numeric
               (Last two digits)
                              
 8        1     Race-sex                               Numeric
               1  White male
               2  White female
               3  Black male
               4  Black female
               5  Other male
               6  Other female
    
 9-16     8     Number of live births                  Numeric
 
 17-24    8     Population in age group: 1-4 years     Numeric
 25-32    8     Population in age group: 5-9 years     Numeric
 33-40    8     Population in age group: 10-14 years   Numeric
 41-48    8     Population in age group: 15-19 years   Numeric
 49-56    8     Population in age group: 20-24 years   Numeric
 57-64    8     Population in age group: 25-34 years   Numeric
 65-72    8     Population in age group: 35-44 years   Numeric
 73-80    8     Population in age group: 45-54 years   Numeric
 81-88    8     Population in age group: 55-64 years   Numeric
 89-96    8     Population in age group: 65-74 years   Numeric
 Tape      Field                                       Item and
 Location  Size Code Outline                           Format         
 97-104   8     Population in age group: 75-84 years   Numeric
 105-112  8     Population in age group: 85+ years     Numeric
 113-137  25    County name                            Character
               (See Appendix G)
 138      1     Record type                            Numeric
               1  National population record
               2  State population record
               3  County population record                           
APPENDIX A: Guidelines for the Dissemination and use of Vital Statistics Data
Beginning with 1989 data, new guidelines apply to the dissemination and use of
vital statistics data.  These guidelines apply to the mortality data on the mortality file
of the CMF and to the live-birth data on the population file of the CMF.  Briefly, vital
statistics data for a single year can be released for public use only for cities and
counties with a 1980 population of 100,000 or more.  Public use files with data for
cities and counties of 50,000 or more population can be released after combining three
years of data.  Users whose data needs are not met by either of these two files can
direct a request to the NCHS for a more detailed file.
Requests for more detailed files are reviewed.  If approved, the user must agree to
follow the "Special Guidelines for Avoidance of Disclosure" in the NCHS Staff Manual
on Confidentiality (see below).  Universities and other organizations must describe how
the data tapes will be maintained and how access to them will be controlled.  
In accordance with these new confidentiality guidelines, requests for the CMF with
full geographic detail will be reviewed by the contact person for this file.  Every effort
will be made to facilitate the prompt release of this file.
Users who are approved to use the CMF in its full geographic detail must agree to
the following: 
1. The user will not use nor permit others to use the data in any way except for
   statistical reporting and analysis.
2. The user will not release nor permit others to release the CMF or any part of
   the CMF to any person who is not a member of the user's organization, except
   with the approval of the NCHS. 
3. The user will not attempt to link nor permit others to attempt to link the data
   with any individually identifiable records from any other NCHS or non-NCHS data
   set.    
4. No person having access to the CMF will use it to learn the identify of any
   person included in the CMF.
5. If the identity of any person should be discovered inadvertently, then a) no
   use will be made of this knowledge, b) the Director of the NCHS will be advised
   of the incident, c) the information that would identify an individual will be safe-
   guarded or destroyed as requested by NCHS, and d) no one else will be informed
   of the discovered identity.
In order to avoid inadvertent disclosure, the user must also agree to abide by the
following guidelines in the release of statistics derived from the CMF:
    1.  In no table should all deaths in any line or column be found in a single cell.
    2.  In no instance should the total of any line or column be less than 3.
    3.  For data years after 1988, death counts of 5 or less or quantity figures based
        on a death count of 5 or less may not be presented for any county with a
        population of less than 100,000 unless three or more years of data are
        combined.
    4.  In no instance should quantity figures be based upon fewer than three deaths.
    5.  In no instance should quantity figures be published if one death contributed
        more than 60 percent of the amount.
    6.  In no instance should data on an identifiable case, nor any of the kinds of
        data listed in the preceding items 1-4  be derivable through subtraction or other
        calculation from a combination of tables released in a given study.
    7.  Data released should never permit disclosure when used in conjunction with
        other known data. 
                                                        

APPENDIX B: Technical Details for Mortality Data

Missing documentation.

APPENDIX C: ICD Codes for the 8th and 9th Revision and Comparability Ratios, 72 Selected Causes

Missing documentation.

APPENDIX D: Definition of 69 and 72 Cause of Death Recodes

 A.  Definitions of 69 Cause of Death Recodes


   69          ICD-8 Cause of Death 
   Recode      Codes Represented   Title      
                                                                                  
    010        004,006             Bacillary dysentery and amebiasis
    020        008,009             Enteritis and other diarrheal disseases
    040        010-012             Tuberculosis of respiratory system
    050        013-019             Tuberculosis, other forms
    060        033                 Whoopng couph
    070        034                 Strephcoccal sore throat andscarlet 
                                     fever
    080        036                 Meningoccocal infections
    090        038                 Septicemia
    100        040-043             Acute poliomyelitis
    110        055                 Measles
    120        090-097             Syphillis and its sequelea
    130        Remainder of 000-136  Other infective and parasitic diseases
    150        140-149             Malignant neoplasms of buccal 
                                     cavity and pharynx
    160        150-159             Malignant neoplasms of digestive 
                                     organs and peritoneum
    170        160-163             Malignant neoplasms of respiratory 
                                     system
    180        174                 Malignant neoplasms of breast
    190        180-187             Malignant neoplasms of genital organs
    200        188,189             Malignnt neoplasms of urinary organs
    210        170-173, 190-199    Malignant neoplasms of all other and 
                                     unspecified sites
    220        204-207             Leukemia
    230        200-203, 208, 209   Other neoplasms of lymphatic and 
                                     hematopoietic tissues
    240        210-239             Benign neoplasms and neoplasms of 
                                     unspecified nature                
    250        250                 Diabetes mellitis
    260        260-269             Avitaminoses and other nutritional 
                                     deficiencies
    270        280-285             Anemias
    280        320                 Meningitis
    310        390-398             Active rheumatic fever and chronic 
                                     rheumatic heart disease


    69         ICD-8 Cause of Death 
    Recode     Codes Represented          Title     
                                                                              
    330        404                 Hypertensive heart and renal disease 
    350        410                 Acute myocardial infarction
    360        411                 Other acute and subacute forms of 
                                     ischemic heart disease
    370        412                 Chronic ischemic heart disease
    380        413                 Angina pectoris
    390        424, 428            Chronic diseases of endocardium and 
                                     other myocardial insufficiencies
    400        420-423, 425-427, 429 All other forms of heart disease 
    410        400, 401, 403       Hypertension
    430        431                 Cerebral hemorhage
    440        433                 Cerebral thrombosis
    450        434                 Cerebral embolism
    460        430,432, 435-438    All other cerebrovascular accidents
    470        440                 Atherosclerosis
    480        441-448             Other diseases of arteries, arterioles, 
                                     and capillaries
    490        466                 Acute bronchitis and bronchiolitis 
    510        470-474             Influenza 
    520        480-486             Pneumonia
    540        490, 491            Chronic and unqualified bronchitis
    550        492                 Emphysemia
    560        493                 Asthma
    570        531-533             Peptic ulcer
    580        540-543             Appendicitis
    590        550-553, 560        Hernia and intestinal obstruction
    600        571                 Cirrhosis of liver
    610        574, 575            Cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, and 
                                     colangitis 
    630        580, 581            Acute nephritis and nephrotic 
                                     syndrome
    640        582-584             Chronic and unpecified nephritis and 
                                     renal sclerosis
    650        590                 Infections of kidney
    660        600                 Hyperplasia of prostate
    680        640-645             Abortions
    690        630-639, 650-678    Other complications of pregnancy, 
                                     childbirth, and the puerperium
    700        740-759             Congenital anomalies
    720        764-768, 772, 776   Birth injury, difficult labor, and other 
                                     anoxic and hypoxic conditions
    730        Remainder of 760-778  Other causes of mortality in early 
                                     infancy

    69         ICD-8 Cause of Death 
    Recode     Codes Represented           Title    
                                                                              
    740        780-796             Symptoms andill-defined conditions
    750        Residual            All other diseases
    770        E810-E823           Motor vehicle accidents
    780        E800-E807, E825-E949  All other accidents
    790        E950-E959           Suicide
    800        E960-E978           Homicide
    810        E980-E999           Other external causes


B.  Definition of 72 Cause of Death Recode

    72         ICD-9 Cause of Death      
    Recode     Codes Represented    Title
                                                                                                                       
    010        004-006              Shigellosis and amebiasis
    020        007-009              Certain other intestinal infections
    040        010-012              Tuberculosis of respiratory system
    050        013-018              Other tuberculosis
    060        033                  Whooping cough
    070        034-035              Streptococcal sore throat, scarlatina,
                                        and erysipelas
    080        036                  Meningococcal infection
    090        038                  Septicemia
    100        045                  Acute poliomyelitis
    110        055                  Measles
    120        070                  Viral hepatitis
    130        090-097              Syphilis
    140        001-003, 005, 020-032, All other infectious and 
               037, 039-041, 046-054,  parasitic diseases
               056-066, 071-088,
               098-139
    
    160        140-149              Malignant neoplasms of lip, oral 
                                         cavity, and pharynx
    170        150-159              Malignant neoplasms of digestive 
                                         organs and peritoneous
    180        160-165              Malignant neoplasms of respiratory 
                                         and intrathoracic organs
    190        174-175              Malignant neoplasm of breast 
    200        179-187              Malignant neoplasms of genital 
                                         organs
    210        188-189              Malignant neoplasms of urinary 
                                         organs
    220        170-173,190-199      Malignant neoplasms of all other and
                                        unspecified sites
    230        204-208              Leukemia
    240        200-203              Other malignant neoplasms of 
                                         lymphatic and hematopoietic 
                                         tissues
    250        210-239              Benign neoplasms, carcinoma in situ,
                                         and neoplasms of uncertain 
                                         nature
    260        250                  Diabetes mellitus
    270        260-269              Nutritional deficiencies
    280        280-285              Anemias
    290        320-322              Meningitis
    
    72         ICD-9 Cause of Death      
    Recode     Codes Represented    Title
                                                                                                                       
    320        390-398              Rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart
                                      disease
    330        402                  Hypertensive heart disease
    340        404                  Hypertensive heart and renal disease
    360        410                  Acute myocardial infarction
    370        411                  Other acute and subacute forms of 
                                         ischemic heart disease
    380        413                  Angina pectoris
    390        412, 414             Old myocardial infarction and other 
                                         forms of chronic ischemic heart 
                                         disease
    400        424                  Other diseases of endocardium
    410        415-423, 425-429     All other forms of heart disease
    420        401, 403             Hypertension with or without renal 
                                         disease 
    440        431-432              Intracerebral and other intracranial
                                         hemorrhage
    450        434.0, 434.9         Cerebral thrombosis and unspecified
                                         occlusion of cerebral arteries
    460        434.1                Cerebral embolism
    470        430, 433, 435-438    All other and late effects of  
                                         cerebrovascular diseases
    480        440                  Atherosclerosis
    490        441-448              Other diseases of arteries, arterioles,
                                         capillaries
    500        466                  Acute bronchitis and bronchiolitis
    520        480-486              Pneumonia
    530        487                  Influenza
    550        490-491              Bronchitis, chronic and unspecified
    560        492                  Emphysema
    570        493                  Asthma
    580        494-496              Other chronic obstructive pulmonary
                                         diseases and allied conditions
    590        531-533              Ulcer of stomach and duodenum
    600        540-543              Appendicitis
    610        550-553, 560         Hernia of abdominal cavity and 
                                         intestinal obstruction without 
                                         mention of hernia 
    620        571                  Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis
    630        574-575              Cholelithiasis and other disorders of 
                                         gall bladder
    650        580-581              Acute glomerulonephritis and 
                                         nephrotic syndrome
                                    
    72         ICD-9 Cause of Death      
    Recode     Codes Represented      Title
    660        582-583, 587         Chronic glomerulonephritis, nephritis 
                                      and nephropathy, not specified as 
                                      acute or chronic, and renal 
                                      sclerosis,unspecified
    670        584-586, 588-589     Renal failure, disorders resulting from
                                       impaired renal function, and small 
                                       kidney of unknown cause
    680        590                  Infections of kidney
    690        600                  Hyperplasia of prostate
    710        630-638              Pregnancy with abortive outcome
    720        640-676              Other complications of pregnancy,
                                       childbirth, and the puerperium
    730        740-759              Congenital anomalies
    750        767-769              Birth trauma, intrauterine hypoxia, 
                                       birth asphyxia, and respiratory 
                                       distress syndrome
    760        760-766, 770-779     Other conditions originating in the 
                                       perinatal period
    770        780-799              Symptoms, signs, and ill-defined       
                                        conditions
    780        Residual             All other diseases
    800        E810-E825            Motor vehicle accidents
    810        E800-E807, E826-E949 All other accidents and adverse
                                    effects
    820        E950-E959            Suicide
    830        E960-E978            Homicide and legal intervention
    840        E980-E999            All other external causes

APPENDIX E: Description of the Population Estimates

 This section contains a detailed description of the population estimates on the
 CMF.  Most of the national, state, and county population estimates on the CMF were
 prepared by the U.S. Bureau of the Census and have not been altered by NCHS.  A
 brief description of the population files provided to NCHS by the U.S. Bureau of the
 Census and of the methodology used by the U.S. Bureau of the Census to derive the
 population estimates on these files is provided below.   

A. General Notes

 Resident population estimates.  The population estimates on the CMF are for the
 resident population of the United States.  For census years, the estimates are of  the
 April 1 resident population.  For non-censal years, the estimates are of the July 1
 resident population.  The 1990 Census definition of a "resident" is a person "usually
 resident" in that area.  Estimates of the resident population of the U.S. exclude the
 U.S. Armed Forces stationed overseas as well as civilian U.S. citizens whose usual
 place of residence is outside the U.S.

 The population estimates for the census years, 1970, 1980, and 1990 are from
 the age-race modified census counts.
 Intercensal estimates.  The population estimates for 1971-79 and 1981-89 are
 intercensal population estimates.  Intercensal population estimates are estimates made
 for years between two completed censuses.  They measure population change
 between the two census years as the difference between the two census populations,
 with some method for distributing this change over the decade.  In general, the U.S.
 Bureau of the Census has applied the difference between the two censuses to the
 postcensal estimates for the decade in order to preserve the pattern of change
 observed over the decade.  
 Postcensal estimates.  The population estimates for 1991-95 are postcensal
 estimates.  Postcensal population estimates are estimates made for the years following
 a census before the next census has been taken.  Postcensal estimates are derived
 using a) the most recent census as the base population and b) measures of population
 change from the date of the census base population to the date of the estimate. 
 Measures of population change used by the U.S. Bureau of the Census include a)
 addition of live births, b) subtraction of deaths, c) inclusion of net international
 migration, and d) estimates of internal migration.

 The U.S. Bureau of the Census produces a series of postcensal estimates each
 year consisting of estimates for the current year and revised estimates for previous
 years.  It is necessary to revise the estimates for previous years because they  were
 produced using preliminary data files.  Final data files for a given year are usually not
 available until several years after the initial estimates for that year were made.  As final
 files become available, they are substituted for the preliminary files.  Because the
 postcensal estimates for a given year are produced by making additions and subtractions to the postcensal estimates for the preceding year, changes in estimates
 for previous years affect estimates for all subsequent years.   When there are
 substantial differences between the preliminary population change data files and the
 final population change data files, significant differences between  later and earlier
 series of estimates can occur.  In addition, any methodologic changes introduced may
 also affect the estimates.  Thus, for the postcensal estimates, it is preferable to use
 estimates from the most recent series of estimates and it is preferable to use estimates
 from the same  series of estimates rather than mixing estimates from different series.   
 On the CMF, the national postcensal estimates for 1991-95 are from four
 different series.  They are the original estimates produced by the U.S. Bureau of the
 Census and used by the NCHS for its mortality publications.  The state postcensal
 estimates for 1991 and 1992 are from different series of estimates.  The state
 postcensal estimates for 1993 and 1994 are from the same series of estimates and
 the postcensal estimates for 1995 are from a later series.  As for the national
 estimates, the state postcensal estimates match the population estimates used by the
 NCHS for its published death rates.  The county postcensal estimates for 1991-95 are
 all from the same series of estimates.  Given the minimal rounding error present in the
 postcensal estimates (see discussion below in National versus state versus county
 population estimates), users who would like to obtain national or state postcensal
 estimates from the same series can do so by summing the county population
 estimates. 
 National versus state versus county population estimates.  There are national,
 state, and county population estimates on the CMF.  National and state population
 estimates are included on the CMF in addition to county population estimates so that
 the user can replicate national and state death rates published by the NCHS.  If
 national and state death rates are calculated using aggregations of county population
 estimates they would differ slightly from those published by NCHS.  The reason this
 occurs is that for non-censal years the U.S. Bureau of the Census produces separate
 series of data for the three geographic levels and although the estimates from the three
 series are controlled against the same totals, rounding error occurs because fractional
 population estimates are not permitted.  Thus, sums of estimates from one series may
 not equal equivalent sums of estimates from another series.  For example, an estimate
 of a state population derived by summing county populations may be different from
 the estimate of that state's population from the state population series.  Similarly,
 national population estimates obtained by summing state or county population
 estimates will produce different estimates than those in the national series of
 estimates.  The rounding problem was particularly noticeable for the intercensal years. 
 Thus,
 1) For the intercensal years, the Bureau of the Census advises users  to use
    national population estimates when calculating national death rates and state
    population estimates when calculating state death rates.  Note that for 1971-79
    the U.S. Bureau of the Census did not derive state population estimates.  For
    these years, the state estimates on the file are aggregates of county estimates.      
 2) For the census years, the national, state, and county estimates on the CMF
    are derived from the age-race adjusted census counts.  As a result, aggregates
    calculated from the national, state, and county estimates agree with each other. 
   
 3) For the postcensal years, the rounding error problem is minimal due to
    methodologic refinements introduced in the derivation of the postcensal
    estimates for the 1990's.  Thus, for the postcensal estimates, sums of county
    estimates will not be identical to, but will be very similar to, the corresponding
    state or national estimates. 
 Rounding national estimates to the nearest 1,000.  Prior to the 1992 data year,
 the NCHS has used national population estimates rounded to the nearest 1,000 to
 calculate death rates for non-censal years.  Originally all of the national population
 estimates for non-censal years on the CMF were rounded to the nearest 1,000 in
 accordance with this NCHS practice. However, this meant that when aggregating
 across age, race, and/or sex groups, death rates calculated using the CMF could differ
 slightly from those published by NCHS.  The disparity is attributable to rounding error
 that occurs because the population estimates on the CMF are rounded prior to
 aggregation whereas the population estimates used by NCHS are rounded after
 aggregation. Therefore, for 1981-89 and 1991 the national estimates on the CMF are
 not rounded to the nearest 1,000.  This permits the user to aggregate across age, race
 and/or sex groups and then round the population estimates if desired.  Unrounded
 population estimates for the other non-censal years (1968-69 and 1971-79) were not
 available.  Therefore, for 1968-69 an 1971-79, the national population estimates are
 still rounded to the nearest 1,000 and death rates calculated  after aggregating across
 subgroups may slightly differ from published rates. 
 Limitations of state and county population estimates.  The state and county
 population estimates have been provided for age-race-sex groups for the user's
 convenience in aggregating to various groups.  However, the limitations of the
 methodology used to derive the state and county estimates are such that the U.S.
 Bureau of the Census does not consider the estimates to be accurate for each age-
 race-sex cell.  Although special censuses give some indication of the quality of the
 intercensal county estimates, the exact degree of overall error is unknown.  Further,
 although the county and state estimates are not rounded, the U.S. Bureau of the
 Census does not consider the estimates to be accurate to the last digit.  
 Population under one year of age.  To permit the calculation of infant mortality
 rates, NCHS live-birth data were substituted on the CMF for the U.S. Bureau of the
 Census estimates of the population under 1 year of age.  The race code for the live-
 birth records was derived from "race of mother".  Some of the U.S. Bureau of the
 Census files had estimates for the age group 0-4 years and others had estimates for
 the age groups under 1 year of age and 1-4 years of age.  When the Census file had
 an estimate for the age group 0-4 years, an estimate of the age group 1-4 years was
 obtained for the CMF by multiplying the estimate for the 0-4 age group by 0.8.      
B. Specific details: The derivation and limitations of the population estimates 
  1. July 1, 1968 and July 1, 1969 estimates of the resident
     population.
   
   a. National estimates.  The estimates on the CMF are U.S. Bureau
      of the Census intercensal estimates, to the nearest 1,000, of the July 1,
      1968 and July 1, 1969 resident population of the U.S. by 5-year age
      group (under 1, 1-4, 5-9, ..., 85+ years), sex, and race (White, Black,
      Other races)).  NCHS live-birth counts were substituted for the estimates
      of the population under 1 year of age; the live-birth counts were not
      rounded.
   b. State and county estimates.  These estimates (except for the
      population under 1 year for which live-birth counts were substituted)
      were calculated by NCHS using linear extrapolation from the
      corresponding state and county 1970 and 1971 estimates of the July 1
      resident population.  
 2. April 1, 1970 estimates of national, state, and county resident
    populations.  The estimates were from a special census file of the April
    1, 1970 resident population by 5-year age group (0-4, 5-9, ..., 85+), sex,
    and race (White, Black, Other races).  As for other years, NCHS live-birth
    counts were substituted for the estimates of the population under 1 year
    of age.  National and state estimates were obtained by summing the
    appropriate county estimates.
   
    This special census file included modifications made to the original
    census count data by the U.S. Bureau of the Census: 
    a. Numerous small changes at the county and sub-county level were
       made to the original census file to correct errors discovered after
       publication of the original data.  These changes resulted in an
       increase of 93,494 persons in the total U.S. population.
    b. The race classifications for the 1970 and 1980 census data were
       adjusted to be consistent with each other and with vital statistics. 
       Some 327,000 persons of Hispanic origin who reported their race as
       "Other" (race not specified) were transferred to "White".  The Black
       population was not affected by the race adjustment.
    c. Some 103,000 persons who reported their age as over 100 years
       had their age recoded to between 85 and 100 years.  This
       adjustment did not affect this file because the oldest age group on
       the file is 85 years and over.  
3.  July 1, 1971-79 estimates of the resident population.  

    a. National estimates.  These estimates are from a series of
       intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population of the 
       U.S. by age group (under 1, 1-4, 5-9, ..., 85+ years), sex, and race 
       (White, Black, Other races)) for  the years 1971-79 developed by the 
       U.S. Bureau of the Census.  NCHS live-birth counts were substituted 
       for the estimates of the population under 1 year of age.  The population 
       estimates, except for the live-birth counts, were rounded to the nearest 
       1,000.    
    b. State estimates.  The U.S. Bureau of the Census did not produce
       intercensal state population estimates by age, race, and sex for the
       1970's.  Therefore, the state population estimates on the CMF for this
       period were obtained by summing the intercensal populations for the
       counties in each state (except for the population under 1 year of age for
       which live-birth counts were substituted)..  
    c. County estimates.  These estimates are from a series of
       intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population of counties in the
       U.S. (as defined in 1970) by 5-year age group (0-4, 5-9, ..., 85+ years),
       sex, and race (White, Black, other races) for the years 1970-80 prepared
       by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  Estimates of the population of the age
       group 1-4 years were obtained by multiplying the estimates for the age
       group 0-4 years by 0.8.  NCHS live-birth counts were substituted on the
       CMF for estimates of the population under 1 year of age.  The
       methodology used by the U.S. Bureau of the Census to produce these
       intercensal estimates is described briefly here. 
   
       The modified age-race versions of the 1970 census (see above) and
       of the 1980 census (description follows) were used by the U.S. Bureau
       of the Census in the derivation of the 1971-79 intercensal estimates.  The
       intercensal estimates were produced by an extension of the methodology
       used to produce the postcensal estimates for the 70's.6,7  The postcensal
       estimates were produced for two race groups (White, Black and other
       races) by sex.  The revision of the postcensal estimates to take into
       account the 1980 census was done for these four race-sex groups first. 
       Briefly, the computer programs used to produce the postcensal estimates
       for 1970-75 and 1975-80 were rerun after revising the base input data
       and the methodology.  These computer runs produced estimates for 1975
       and 1980 using race controls for each county at the all-ages level.  These
       estimates were consistent with both the 1970 and 1980 censuses.  The
       age detail for each county was not controlled and the 1980 estimates
       produced from this process differed from the 1980 Census counts.  The
       1975 estimates were adjusted, at each age level, by a proportion of the
       difference between the 1980 estimate and the 1980 Census counts.  The
       1975 estimates were further adjusted to agree with previously prepared
       intercensal estimates of the total population of each county and with
       national age-race-sex estimates.  The purpose of these procedures was
       to produce the best possible estimate for July 1, 1975. Separate series
       of estimates were made for 1) the civilian, non-college, noninstitutional
       population under age 65, 2) the population over age 65, and 3) special
       populations (military, college, institutional).
   
       Using the 1970, 1975, and 1980 estimates of the civilian non-
       college population under age 65, estimates for the years 1971-74 and
       1976-79 were obtained by interpolation.  Special estimates for the
       population over age 65 and for military and college populations were
       added to these estimates each year.   Finally, as for the 1975 estimates,
       the intercensal estimates were adjusted to agree with intercensal
       estimates of the total population of each county and to generally agree
       with national intercensal estimates by age, race, and sex.

       After obtaining a complete set of intercensal estimates for 1971-79,
       the Black population was estimated as a proportion of the Black and other
       races population.  To do this, the proportion of the Black and other races
       population that is Black according to the 1970 and 1980 censuses was
       calculated for each county-age-sex group.  Straight linear interpolation
       was used to obtain a set of proportions for each year.  Estimates of the
       Black population were obtained by multiplying these proportions times the
       estimates for the corresponding Black and other races population.  The
       estimates for the Black population were not controlled against other
       estimates.  

       Three independent cities in Virginia (Manassas, Manassas Park, and
       Poquoson) were not treated as separate counties in 1970 but were
       treated as separate entities in later years.  Thus, there were no population
       estimates for these cities on the 1971-79 intercensal file.  The resident
       population of these three cities in 1979  was calculated by NCHS so that
       the counties on the CMF would be consistent for 1979-90.  Linear
       extrapolation from the July 1, 1980 and July 1, 1981 estimates of the
       resident population of these counties was used to calculate the 1979
       population estimates by age, race, and sex.  The populations of the
       counties from which these independent cities arose (Prince William for
       Manassas and Manassas Park and York for Poquoson) were recalculated
       by subtracting the estimated populations of the cities.
 Limitations of the intercensal estimates included:
  1) The military age distribution changed during the 1970's.: the
     20-24 year age group decreased and the 25-29 year age group
     increased.  The special adjustment for military populations did not
     take this change into account.  As a result, the 20-24 year group is
     overestimated and the 25-29 year group is underestimated.  The
     estimates for the counties of Liberty, Georgia; Chattanoochee,
     Georgia; Vernon, Louisiana; and Pulaski, Missouri were especially
     poor.  A modification of the military adjustment was developed, but
     was used only when the military and college populations exceeded
     the total county population for that age group.  The modification
     helped, but the estimates for Liberty, Georgia were still not
     satisfactory, and those for the other counties mentioned were still
     irregular.  The estimates for any county with a large military
     population should be reviewed before they are used.
  2) Two problems with the Medicare based estimates of the
     population over 65 years were found.  The first involved the
     incorrect assignment of some records with county of residence
     missing to the first (alphabetical) county of each State.  This error
     was discovered in 1976 and the estimates for 1971-75 could not be
     changed.  Beginning in 1976, however, cohort component estimates
     were substituted for the counties most affected:
         FIPS Code County
         13001     Appling GA
         18001     Adams IN
         20001     Allen KS
         21001     Adair KY
         29001     Adair MO
         39001     Adams OH
         42001     Adams PA
         48001     Anderson TX
         49001     Beaver UT
         53001     Adams WA
         54001     Barbour WV
         55001     Adams WI
    For these counties, there is a break in the annual progression of
    estimates for the 65 and over age group.  Better estimates for the
    years 1971-75 can be obtained by interpolating between 1970 and
    1976.
    The second problem with the Medicare data involved the
    assignment of county of residence for counties containing a large
    city at the expense of adjacent suburban counties.  A  study
    identified 16 counties and 9 independent cities where this was a
    serious problem.  For these counties and cities, cohort component
    estimate was substituted after 1976:
      County        FIPS Code     County        FIPS code           
      Baker, GA     13007    Spotsylvania, VA     51177   
      Crawford, GA  13079    Stafford, VA         51179
      Jones, GA     13169 
      Oglethorpe, GA 13221   Independent cities
        of Virginia 
      Rankin, MS    28121            
      Edgecombe, NC 37065    Bedford city, VA     51515
      Nash, NC      37127    Covington city, VA   51580 
      Holmes, OH    39075    Fairfax city, VA     51600 
      Alleghany, VA 51005    Falls Church city, VA 51610 
      Bedford, VA   51019    Fredericksburg city, VA 51630
      Fairfax, VA   51059    Galax city, VA       51640
      Henry, VA     51089    Harrisonburg city, VA 51660             
      Roanoke, VA   51161    Martinsville city, VA 51690
      Rockingham, VA 51165   Roanoke city, VA      51770
  3)  The "Black and Other" races estimates for Maverick, Texas are
      not correct.  The estimates show a rapid increase in "Black and
      Other" Races beginning with 47 persons in 1970 and increasing to
      789 persons in 1980.  In fact, a group of several hundred American
      Indians moved into the county in one large group shortly before the
      1980 census. Since the 1975 county population control by race
      was in part an interpolation between the 1970 and 1980 census
      data, the growth in the minority race population (being a very small
      proportion of total population) was fairly evenly spread through the
      decade by the estimating model.
4. April 1, 1980 estimates of national, state, and county resident
   populations.  These estimates were from a special census file (a modified
   age-race or MARES file) of the April 1, 1980 resident population by 5-
   year age group (0-4, 5-9, ..., 85+), sex, and race (White, Black, Other
   races).  The original census counts were modified by the U.S. Bureau of
   the Census to correct for an overcount of centenarians and to modify the 
   race coding.  As for other years, NCHS live-birth counts were substituted
   for the estimates of the papulation under 1 year of age.  National and
   state estimates were obtained by summing the appropriate county
   estimates. 
   
   Population totals by age and sex calculated from this MARS file are
   essentially the same as those published in the regular Census volumes
   because the only age adjustment made to the original Census count data
   was an adjustment for an overcount of centenarians.  This age
   adjustment was not discernible in this MARS file because the excess
   centenarians were redistributed to the 85 and over population which is
   the oldest age group on this file.  
   
   This special Census file does reflect the substantial race
   modification of the 1980 census count data.   Many persons checked
   "Other" (race not specified) on the 1980 Census (more than in 1970).  Of
   the 6.8 million persons reporting their race as "other", 5.8 million persons
   were of Hispanic origin.  Persons of Mexican origin and race not specified
   were reassigned to White.  Persons who gave other Hispanic origins and
   race not specified were transferred either to White or to Black according
   to the racial distribution of persons within their county of residence who
   were of the same Hispanic origin.  The "Other" races category also
   included about 900,000 persons not of Hispanic origin.  These persons
   were reassigned to White, Black, or Asian and Pacific Islander based on
   proportions taken from sample data.  The net effect of the race
   modification was to increase the estimate of the White population by 6.3
   million, to increase the estimate of the Black population by 188,000, and
   to assign 229,000 persons to the Asian/Pacific Islander race group (for
   this file, Asian/Pacific Islanders are in the other races group). 
   Three Virginia independent cities (Manassas, Manassas Park, and
   Poquoson) did not appear on this 1980 Census file.  Estimates of the
   populations of these three cities did exist for July 1, 1980 and for later
   years.  Therefore, the April 1, 1980 populations of the three cities were
   calculated as a proportion of the April 1, 1980 county population (Prince
   William county for Manassas and Manassas Par and York county for
   Poquoson), where the proportion was calculated from the July 1, 1980
   estimates of the city and county populations.  The April 1 population
   estimates for the counties containing the three cities were reduced by the
   cities' estimated populations.
5. July 1, 1981-89 estimates of the resident population.   
   a. National estimates.  These estimates are from a series of
      intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population of the U.S. by
      single year of age (0 to 100+ years), sex, race (White; Black; American
      Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut; Asian and Pacific Islander), and Hispanic origin
      (Hispanic, non-Hispanic) for the years 1980- 89 produced by the U.S.
      Bureau of the Census.  As for other years, NCHS live-birth data were
      substituted for the estimate of the population under 1 year of age.  
    
      Postcensal methodology was employed to produce the intercensal
      estimates so that trends in births, deaths, and migration would be
      reflected in the distribution of the population over the decade8.  The total
      change in the population for the decade was determined by comparing
      the 1980 and 1990 censuses.  A series of postcensal estimates by age,
      race, sex, and Hispanic origin was developed based on the April 1, 1980
      census and carried out to April 1, 1990.  The postcensal estimates for
      each age-sex-race-Hispanic origin group were obtained by updating the
      resident population enumerated in the 1980 census with four components
      of population change: a) adding births to U.S. resident women, b)
      subtracting deaths to U.S. residents, c)adding net international migration,
      and d) adding net movement of U.S. Armed Forces and civilian residents
      of the U.S.  
    
      To convert the postcensal estimates for the 80's to intercensal
      estimates, the discrepancy between the postcensal estimate of the April
      1, 1990 population and the census count for April 1, 1990 was
      distributed across the decade.  This was done using the following formula
      which calculates the intercensal estimate as a function of time and the
      postcensal estimate9;
     
         Pt=Qt(P10/Q10)t/10,
     where: 
        t=time in years that has elapsed since the April 1, 1980 census
        (0<=10),
        Qt = postcensal estimate at time t
        Pt = intercensal estimate at time t
        Q10 = postcensal estimate for April 1, 1990
        P10 = the enumerated population from the April 1, 1990 census
    Monthly population change data was used to produce July 1 estimates
    from the April 1 estimates.
 
   b. State estimates.  These estimates were from a series of
      intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population of the 50 states
      of the United States and the District of Columbia by 5-year age group (0-
      4, 5-9, ..., 85 and over), sex, modified race (White; Black; American
      Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut; Asian and Pacific Islander), and Hispanic origin
      (Hispanic origin, non-Hispanic origin) for the years 1981-89 prepared by
      the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  As for other years, NCHS live-birth data
      were substituted for the estimate of the population under 1 year of age.  
      These estimates were developed from intercensal county population
      estimates for the 80's.  To do this, the proportion of the population in the
      8 race-Hispanic origin groups for each state and the District of Columbia
      were interpolated.  The proportions used as the anchor points for this
      interpolation were computed from special census files for April 1, 1980
      and April 1, 1990.  The interpolated proportions were applied to state
      population totals computed from the series of age-race-sex specific
      intercensal county estimates (see description below).  The resulting
      population estimates were adjusted to be consistent with 1) state
      intercensal population estimates by age and sex, and 2) national
      intercensal estimates by age, sex, and race.  Both the intercensal state
      estimates by age and sex and the intercensal national estimates were
      calculated by applying the formula above to the corresponding series of
      postcensal estimates. 
   c. County estimates.  The estimates in this series were intercensal
      estimates of the July 1 resident population of the 3,141 counties in the
      U.S. (as defined in 1990) by 5-year age group (0-4 , 5-9, ..., 85 and
      over), sex, and race (White, Black, and Other races) for the years 1980-
      89 prepared by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  As for other years, NCHS
      live-birth data were substituted for the estimate of the population under
      1 year of age.    
    
      The estimates in this series were developed by interpolating the
      proportions of persons in the age-race-sex groups in each county.  The
      proportions used as the anchor points for the interpolation were computed
      from special census files for April 1, 1980 and April 1, 1990.  The
      interpolated proportions were applied to the intercensal estimates of the
      total county populations.  The intercensal estimates of the total county
      population were calculated by applying the formula above to the
      postcensal series of estimates of total county populations.  The age-race-
      sex specific county population estimates obtained were adjusted to be
      consistent with 1) intercensal population estimates for States by age and
      sex, and 2) intercensal estimates of the national population by age, sex,
      and race.     
6. April 1, 1990 estimates of the resident national, state, and
   county populations.  These estimates are from the MARS (modified age-
   race) census file by single year of age, sex, race (White; Black; American
   Indian, Eskimo, Aleut; Asian/Pacific Islander), Hispanic origin (Hispanic,
   non-Hispanic).  
   
   In the 1990 census, persons were asked to report their year of birth
   but not the quarter (within the year) of birth, and their age at their last
   birthday under the assumption that they answered the question on April
   1. Review of the census age data revealed that many persons reported
   their age as of either the date they completed the census form or were
   interviewed by an enumerator, which may have been months after April
   1.  In addition, there may have been a tendency for respondents to round
   up their age if they were close to having a birthday.  Thus, age was
   biased upward.  It is likely that approximately 10 percent of persons in
   most age groups were actually 1 year younger than they reported.  For
   most single years of age, the misstatements are largely offsetting.  The
   problem is more pronounced at age 0 because persons lost to this age
   may not have been fully offset by the inclusion of babies born after April
   1, 1990 and because there may have been more rounding up to age 1 to
   avoid reporting age 0 years.  The reporting of age as one year older than
   the age on April 1, 1990 is likely to have occurred more often in areas
   where the census data was collected later.  Modification of reported age
   was based, for most respondents, on a respecification of age using
   reported year of birth and allocating respondents to first quarter or last
   three quarters of the year based on an historical series of births by month.  
   It was not considered necessary to correct for age overstatement and
   heaping in 1990 because the availability of age and year of birth on the
   census form had provided for the elimination of spurious year-of-birth
   reports in the data before the modification was performed. 
   Approximately 100 million persons have an age in the modified file that
   is one year different than the age they reported on the 1990 census form. 

   The race modification for the 1990 census was substantial.  Some 9.8
   million persons did not report their race as one of the 15 race categories
   included on the census form.  Over 95 percent of these persons were of
   Hispanic origin.  Each of the persons with non-specified race was
   assigned to a specified race according to the following rule:  each "other
   races" person was assigned to the specified race reported by a nearby
   person with identical response to the Hispanic origin question (not
   Spanish/Hispanic, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, and other
   Spanish/Hispanic).  The results of the race modification procedure were
   overridden in four counties (Adams county, Washington; Harmon county,
   Oklahoma; Clark county, Indiana; and Washington county, Idaho).  In
   these four counties the American Indian population grew by more than
   100 percent and also became at least one percentage point more of the
   county's total population.  In each of these counties, persons with race
   unspecified were assigned to White.

   The race, origin, or sex of some persons also changed as a result
   of the assignment of a different age to them.  The changed age
   sometimes caused the person to be allocated a different relationship
   and/or sex which resulted in the person receiving their race or origin from
   a different person in the household.  
7. July 1, 1991-95 estimates of the resident population.  

   a. National estimates.    The postcensal national estimates on the
      CMF are the same as those used by the NCHS to calculate published
      death rates.  Each year when the CMF is updated, national estimates for
      the new year are added to the file and the estimates for previous years
      are retained.  As a result, the postcensal national estimates tend to be
      from different series of estimates.  

      The estimates of the July 1, 1991 resident population of the U.S.
      by age group (under 1, 1-4, 5-9, ..., 85+ years), sex, and race (White,
      Black, and other races) were developed by the U.S. Bureau of the
      Census.  The estimates for 1991 on the CMF are from the 792I series of
      intercensal estimates.  They are consistent with the postcensal estimates
      for that year produced shortly thereafter. 
    
      The postcensal estimates of the July 1, 1992-95 resident
      population of the U.S. are derived from files with  single year of age
      (0,1,...,100+),  sex, race (White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, and
      Aleut; and Asian and Pacific Islander), and Hispanic origin (Hispanic, Non-
      Hispanic) developed by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  The estimates for
      July 1,1992 are from the 1993 vintage series described in Population
      Division Product PPL-8.  The estimates for July 1, 1993 and July 1, 1994
      are from the 1294 vintage series. The July 1, 1995 estimates are from
      the 1295 vintage series described in Population Division Product PPL-41.

      As for other years, NCHS live-birth counts were substituted for the
      estimates of the population under 1 year of age.
   b. State  estimates.  Each year when the CMF is updated, state
      estimates for the new year are added to the file and the estimates for
      previous years are retained.  As a result, the postcensal state estimates
      tend to be from different series of estimates.
      These postcensal estimates of the July 1  resident population of the
      50 states and the District of Columbia by single year of age, sex, race
      (White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut; Asian and Pacific
      Islander), sex, and Hispanic origin (Hispanic, non-Hispanic) were prepared
      by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  The estimates for July 1, 1991 and
      July 1, 1992 were from the 1992 vintage series of estimates and were
      consistent with 1) postcensal estimates for the nation released in
      September 1993 (unpublished data, U.S. population estimates by age,
      sex, race, and Hispanic origin 1990-92) and 2) postcensal estimates for
      States by age and sex for July 1, 1991 published in Current Population
      Reports, Series P-25, No. 1106.   The July 1, 1992 estimates were
      announced for release in Census Advisory CB94-43.  The July 1, 1993
      and July 1,1994 state estimates are from the 1294 series.  They are
      consistent with the 1994 round of national estimates released in 1995
      and represent the sum of the county estimates by age, sex, race, and 
      Hispanic origin.  The July 1, 1995 state estimates are from the 1996
      series of estimates.
    
      As for other years, NCHS live-birth counts were substituted for the
      estimates of the population under 1 year of age. 
   c. County estimates.  These estimates are from the 1996 series of
      postcensal estimates of the July 1  resident population of the 3,141
      counties in the U.S. (as defined in 1990) by 5-year age group (0-4, 5-9,
      ..., 85 and over), sex, and race (White, Black, and other races) prepared
      by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  As for other years, NCHS live-birth
      counts were substituted for the estimates of the population under 1 year
      of age.
 
APPENDIX F: FIPS State and County Codes and Names
 The FIPS state and county codes were established by the National Bureau of
 Standards, U.S. Department of Commerce in 1968.10 This standard set of codes
 provides names and codes for counties and county equivalents of the 50 states of the
 United States and the District of columbia.  Counties are considered to be the "first
 order subdivisions " of each State, regardless of their local designation (county, parish,
 borough).  Washington, D.C.; the consolidated government of Columbus, Georgia; the
 independent cities of the States of Maryland, Missouri, Nevada, and Virginia; the
 census areas and boroughs of Alaska; and that part of Yellowstone Park in Montana
 are identified as county equivalents.  The system is standard throughout the Federal
 Government.  The State codes are ascending, two-digit numbers; the county codes are
 ascending three-digit numbers.  For both the State and county codes, space has been
 left for new States or counties.   Some changes in the FIPS codes have occurred since
 1968.
 A modified version of the FIPS codes is used to identify states and counties on the
 CMF.  The modifications are described in this appendix. The FIPS codes and names for
 the counties on the CMF are listed in Appendix G.  For the years 1968-78, there are
 3,080 counties on the CMF each with a unique FIPS code.  For 1979-94 there are
 3,114 counties on the CMF each with a unique FIPS code (with one extra code for
 Georgia for 1988 through 1991).  For 1995 there are 3,140 counties on the CMF with
 unique FIPS codes.  In addition to county-level records, the population file also has
 state and national-level records which also have unique FIPS codes (51 codes for the
 state records and 1 code for the national records).  
 The county codes on the mortality and population files are completely compatible. 
 However, because there are no state or national-level records on the mortality file, the
 FIPS codes associated with the state and national-level records on the population file
 do not appear on the mortality file.  Further, while there is a record on the population
 file for each geographic unit- year-race-sex subpopulation, there may not be a record
 on the mortality file for a given county-year-race-sex-age-ICD code group.  If no deaths
 occurred for the given group, no record appears on the mortality file for that group. 
 Thus, care must be taken when matching the mortality and population files.
Modifications of FIPS State and County Codes    
 1.  Alaska counties.  All Alaskan counties are aggregated into one county, called
     Alaska which was assigned the code 02900.  On the population file, the
     population estimates on the records with a FIPS code of 02900 are the sum
     of the populations of the Alaskan counties.  The population estimates on the
     records with a FIPS code of 02000 are the population estimates from the
     state series of population estimates.
 2.  La Paz, AZ..  In January, 1983, La Paz county, Arizona (FIPS code = 04012)
     was formed from the northern portion of Yuma county (FIPS code = 04027). 
     Yuma county still exists with reduced boundaries.  La Paz county does not
     appear on this file.  Death counts and population estimates for La Paz county
     have been aggregated with those for Yuma county.
 3.  Columbus city and Muscogee county, GA.  The independent city Columbus,
     Georgia does not appear on this file.  Death counts and population estimates
     for Columbus city (FIPS code = 13510) have been aggregated with those for
     Muscogee county (FIPS code = 13215).
 4.  Georgia, unknown county.  For the years 1988 through 1991, an additional
     county code (FIPS code =  13999) was created in Georgia.  Deaths occurring
     in Georgia with HIV infection cited as a cause-o-death were assigned this
     county code if three or fewer such deaths occurred to residents of a given
     county.
 5.  Kalawao, Hawaii.  The Hawaiian county of Kalawao does not appear on this
     file.  Death counts and population estimates for Kalawao, Hawaii (FIPS code
     = 15005) are aggregated with those for Maui county, Hawaii (FIPS
     code=15009)
 6.  Baltimore city and Baltimore county, MD.  The independent city of Baltimore,
     Maryland has been treated as a county.  Death counts and population
     estimates are reported separately for Baltimore city  (FIPS code = 24510) and
     Baltimore county (FIPS code = 24005).    
 7.  Ste. Genevieve, Mo.  In order to achieve alphabetical consistency, the FIPS
     code for Ste. Genevieve, Missouri was changed in 1979 from 29193 to
     29186.  The new code (29186) has been used throughout this file.
 8.  St. Louis city and St. Louis county, MO.  The independent city of St. Louis,
     Missouri has been treated as a county.  Death counts and population
     estimates are reported separately for St. Louis city (FIPS code = 29510) and
     St. Louis county (FIPS code = 29189).
 9.  Carson City, NV.  The independent city of Carson City, Nevada (FIPS code =
     32510) has been treated as a county.  Death counts and population estimates
     are reported for Carson city.
 10.  Cibola,NM.   In 1981, Cibola county, New Mexico (FIPS code= 35006) was
     formed when Valencia county, New Mexico (FIPS code = 35061) was divided
     into two parts.  Valencia county still exists with reduced boundaries.  Cibola
     county does not appear on this file.  All death counts and population estimates
     for Cibola county have been aggregated with those for Valencia county.
 11.  New York city boroughs.  The five boroughs of New York City have been
     treated as counties and maintained as separate entities on this file.
           Borough    County     FIPS Code
           Bronx      Bronx      36005
           Brooklyn   Kings      36047
           Manhattan  New York   36061
           Queens     Queens     36081
           Staten Island         Richmond    36085
 12. Jackson and Washabaugh, SD.  In 1979, Washabaugh county, South Dakota
    (FIPS code = 46131) merged with Jackson county, South Dakota (FIPS code
    = 46071).  For all years, death counts and population estimates for
    Washabaugh county have been aggregated with those for Jackson county.
 13. Virginia independent cities.   
    a. Nansemond city, VA.  Nansemond city (FIPS=51123) has been part of
       the independent city of Suffolk, Va (FIPS = 51800) since 1979.  For all
       years, death counts and population estimates for Nansemond have been
       aggregated with those for Suffolk city.
    b. South Boston city.   In 1995, South Boston city (FIPS =51780) merged
       with the county of Halifax (FIPS =51083).  Beginning with 1995, South
       Boston city death counts and population estimates are aggregated with those
       of Halifax county.
    c. 1968-78:  For 1968-78, the following Virginia independent cities were
       treated as counties:
                              City
           Independent City   FIPS code
           Alexandria           51510
           Chesapeake           51550
           Hampton              51650
           Newport News         51700
           Norfolk              51710
           Suffolk              51800
           Virginia Beach       51810
    d. 1968-78:  For 1968-78, death counts and population estimates for the
       following Virginia independent cities were aggregated with those of the
       county containing them.  A list of these cities and the counties with which
       they have been aggregated follows:         
                                                                                       
                                          County
                                          City       FIPS
      Independent City  County            FIPS code  code   
      Bedford           Bedford           51515      51019
      Bristol           Washington        51520      51191
      Buena Vista       Rockbridge        51530      51163
      Charlottesville   Albemarle         51540      51003
      Clifton Forge     Alleghany         51560      51005 
      Colonial Heights  Chesterfield      51570      51041
      Covington         Alleghany         51580      51005
      Danville          Pittsyvania       515905     51143
      Emporia           Greensville       51595      51081
      Fairfax           Fairfax           51600      51059
      Falls Church      Fairfax           51610      51059
      Franklin          Southampton       51620      51175
      Fredericksburg    Spotsylvania      51630      51177
      Galax             Grayson           51640      51077          
      Harrisonburg      Rockingham        51660      51165
      Hopewell          Prince George     51670      51149
      Lexington         Rockbridge        51678      51163
      Lynchburg         Campbell          51680      51031
      Manassas          Prince William    51683      51153
      Manassas Park     Prince William    51685      51153
      Martinsville      Henry             51690      51089
      Norton            Wise              51720      51195
      Petersburg        Dinwiddie         51730      51053
      Poquoson          York              51735      51199
      Portsmouth        Norfolk city      51740      51710
      Radford           Montgomery        51750      51121
      Richmond          Henrico           51760      51087
      Roanoke           Roanoke           51770      51161
      Salem             Roanoke           51775      51161
      South Boston*     Halifax           51780      51083
      Staunton          Augusta           51790      51015
      Waynesboro        Augusta           51820      51015
      Williamsburg      James City        51830      51095
      Winchester        Frederick         51840      51069
      *see b.
  e. 1979-93.  Beginning in 1979, the Virginia independent cities were
      treated as counties and retained as separate entities on the file.  Thus, the
      cities listed above in b) and c) appear on the file with FIPS code as shown
      in the column titled "city FIPS codes".

 14.  Yellowstone National Park, Wy.  For 1968 and 1969, the FIPS coding
      system assigned two codes to Yellowstone National Park, one for the
      Montana section (FIPS code=30113) and one for the Wyoming section
      (FIPS code=56047).  From 1970 on, only the code for the Montana section
      was retained in FIPS.  For this file, any deaths or live birth counts attributed
      to the Wyoming section during 1968 or 1969 have been split and assigned
      to Park county, Wyoming (56029 and Teton county, Wyoming (56039) in
      proportional to the populations of these two counties..

APPENDIX G: Dictionary of FIPS State and County Codes and County Names

Entries in this dictionary are sorted by state and county FIPS code. 
Independent cities (Maryland, Missouri, Nevada, Virginia) have county 
codes of 500 and higher and thus, appear at the end of a state's list.
FIPS         State         County       FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name        St  Cnty      Abbrv        Name
ALABAMA
01  000        AL      STATE TOTAL
01  001        AL      AUTAUGA
01  003        AL      BALDWIN
01  005        AL      BARBOUR
01  007        AL      BIBB
01  009        AL      BLOUNT
01  011        AL      BULLOCK
01  013        AL      BUTLER
01  015        AL      CALHOUN
01  017        AL      CHAMBERS
01  019        AL      CHEROKEE
01  021        AL      CHILTON
01  023        AL      CHOCTAW
01  025        AL      CLARKE
01  027        AL      CLAY
01  029        AL      CLEBURNE
01  031        AL      COFFEE
01  033        AL      COLBERT
01  035        AL      CONECUH
01  037        AL      COOSA
01  039        AL      COVINGTON
01  041        AL      CRENSHAW
01  043        AL      CULLMAN
01  045        AL      DALE
01  047        AL      DALLAS
01  049        AL      DE KALB
01  051        AL      ELMORE
01  053        AL      ESCAMBIA
01  055        AL      ETOWAH
01  057        AL      FAYETTE
01  059        AL      FRANKLIN
01  061        AL      GENEVA
01  063        AL      GREENE
01  065        AL      HALE
01  067        AL      HENRY
01  069        AL      HOUSTON
01  071        AL      JACKSON
01  073        AL      JEFFERSON
01  075        AL      LAMAR
01  077        AL      LAUDERDALE
01  079        AL      LAWRENCE
01  081        AL      LEE
01  083        AL      LIMESTONE
01  085        AL      LOWNDES
01  087        AL      MACON
01  089        AL      MADISON
01  091        AL      MARENGO
01  093        AL      MARION
01  095        AL      MARSHALL
01  097        AL      MOBILE
01  099        AL      MONROE
01  101        AL      MONTGOMERY
01  103        AL      MORGAN
01  105        AL      PERRY
01  107        AL      PICKENS
01  109        AL      PIKE
01  111        AL      RANDOLPH
01  113        AL      RUSSELL
01  115        AL      ST. CLAIR
01  117        AL      SHELBY
01  119        AL      SUMTER
01  121        AL      TALLADEGA
01  123        AL      TALLAPOOSA
01  125        AL      TUSCALOOSA
01  127        AL      WALKER
01  129        AL      WASHINGTON
01  131        AL      WILCOX
01  133        AL      WINSTON
ALASKA
02  000        AK     STATE TOTAL
02  900        AK      ALASKA
ARIZONA
04  000        AZ      STATE TOTAL
04  001        AZ      APACHE
04  003        AZ      COCHISE
04  005        AZ      COCONINO
FIPS           State         County    FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name      St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
04  007        AZ      GILA
04  009        AZ      GRAHAM
04  011        AZ      GREENLEE
04  013        AZ      MARICOPA
04  015        AZ      MOHAVE
04  017        AZ      NAVAJO
04  019        AZ      PIMA
04  021        AZ      PINAL
04  023        AZ      SANTA CRUZ
04  025        AZ      YAVAPAI
04  027        AZ      YUMA
ARKANSAS
05  000        AR      STATE TOTAL
05  001        AR      ARKANSAS
05  003        AR      ASHLEY
05  005        AR      BAXTER
05  007        AR      BENTON
05  009        AR      BOONE
05  011        AR      BRADLEY
05  013        AR      CALHOUN
05  015        AR      CARROLL
05  017        AR      CHICOT
05  019        AR      CLARK
05  021        AR      CLAY
05  023        AR      CLEBURNE
05  025        AR      CLEVELAND
05  027        AR      COLUMBIA
05  029        AR      CONWAY
05  031        AR      CRAIGHEAD
05  033        AR      CRAWFORD
05  035        AR      CRITTENDEN
05  037        AR      CROSS
05  039        AR      DALLAS
05  041        AR      DESHA
05  043        AR      DREW
05  045        AR      FAULKNER
05  047        AR      FRANKLIN
05  049        AR      FULTON
05  051        AR      GARLAND
05  053        AR      GRANT
05  055        AR      GREENE
05  057        AR      HEMPSTEAD
05  059        AR      HOT SPRING
05  061        AR      HOWARD
05  063        AR      INDEPENDENCE
05  065        AR      IZARD
05  067        AR      JACKSON
05  069        AR      JEFFERSON
05  071        AR      JOHNSON
05  073        AR      LAFAYETTE
05  075        AR      LAWRENCE
05  077        AR      LEE
05  079        AR      LINCOLN
05  081        AR      LITTLE RIVER
05  083        AR      LOGAN
05  085        AR      LONOKE
05  087        AR      MADISON
05  089        AR      MARION
05  091        AR      MILLER
05  093        AR      MISSISSIPPI
05  095        AR      MONROE
05  097        AR      MONTGOMERY
05  099        AR      NEVADA
05  101        AR      NEWTON
05  103        AR      OUACHITA
05  105        AR      PERRY
05  107        AR      PHILLIPS
05  109        AR      PIKE
05  111        AR      POINSETT
05  113        AR      POLK
05  115        AR      POPE
05  117        AR      PRAIRIE
05  119        AR      PULASKI
05  121        AR      RANDOLPH
05  123        AR      ST. FRANCIS
05  125        AR      SALINE
05  127        AR      SCOTT
05  129        AR      SEARCY
05  131        AR      SEBASTIAN
05  133        AR      SEVIER
05  135        AR      SHARP
05  137        AR      STONE
05  139        AR      UNION
05  141        AR      VAN BUREN
05  143        AR      WASHINGTON
05  145        AR      WHITE
05  147        AR      WOODRUFF
05  149        AR      YELL
CALIFORNIA
06  000        CA      STATE TOTAL
06  001        CA      ALAMEDA
06  003        CA      ALPINE
06  005        CA      AMADOR
06  007        CA      BUTTE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
06  009        CA      CALAVERAS
06  011        CA      COLUSA
06  013        CA      CONTRA COSTA
06  015        CA      DEL NORTE
06  017        CA      EL DORADO
06  019        CA      FRESNO
06  021        CA      GLENN
06  023        CA      HUMBOLDT
06  025        CA      IMPERIAL
06  027        CA      INYO
06  029        CA      KERN
06  031        CA      KINGS
06  033        CA      LAKE
06  035        CA      LASSEN
06  037        CA      LOS ANGELES
06  039        CA      MADERA
06  041        CA      MARIN
06  043        CA      MARIPOSA
06  045        CA      MENDOCINO
06  047        CA      MERCED
06  049        CA      MODOC
06  051        CA      MONO
06  053        CA      MONTEREY
06  055        CA      NAPA
06  057        CA      NEVADA
06  059        CA      ORANGE
06  061        CA      PLACER
06  063        CA      PLUMAS
06  065        CA      RIVERSIDE
06  067        CA      SACRAMENTO
06  069        CA      SAN BENITO
06  071        CA      SAN BERNARDINO
06  073        CA      SAN DIEGO
06  075        CA      SAN FRANCISCO
06  077        CA      SAN JOAQUIN
06  079        CA      SAN LUIS OBISPO
06  081        CA      SAN MATEO
06  083        CA      SANTA BARBARA
06  085        CA      SANTA CLARA
06  087        CA      SANTA CRUZ
06  089        CA      SHASTA
06  091        CA      SIERRA
06  093        CA      SISKIYOU
06  095        CA      SOLANO
06  097        CA      SONOMA
06  099        CA      STANISLAUS
06  101        CA      SUTTER
06  103        CA      TEHAMA
06  105        CA      TRINITY
06  107        CA      TULARE
06  109        CA      TUOLUMNE
06  111        CA      VENTURA
06  113        CA      YOLO
06  115        CA      YUBA
COLORADO
08  000        CO      STATE TOTAL
08  001        CO      ADAMS
08  003        CO      ALAMOSA
08  005        CO      ARAPAHOE
08  007        CO      ARCHULETA
08  009        CO      BACA
08  011        CO      BENT
08  013        CO      BOULDER
08  015        CO      CHAFFEE
08  017        CO      CHEYENNE
08  019        CO      CLEAR CREEK
08  021        CO      CONEJOS
08  023        CO      COSTILLA
08  025        CO      CROWLEY
08  027        CO      CUSTER
08  029        CO      DELTA
08  031        CO      DENVER
08  033        CO      DOLORES
08  035        CO      DOUGLAS
08  037        CO      EAGLE
08  039        CO      ELBERT
08  041        CO      EL PASO
08  043        CO      FREMONT
08  045        CO      GARFIELD
08  047        CO      GILPIN
08  049        CO      GRAND
08  051        CO      GUNNISON
08  053        CO      HINSDALE
08  055        CO      HUERFANO
08  057        CO      JACKSON
08  059        CO      JEFFERSON
08  061        CO      KIOWA
08  063        CO      KIT CARSON
08  065        CO      LAKE
08  067        CO      LA PLATA
08  069        CO      LARIMER
08  071        CO      LAS ANIMAS
08  073        CO      LINCOLN
08  075        CO      LOGAN
08  077        CO      MESA
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
08  079        CO      MINERAL
08  081        CO      MOFFAT
08  083        CO      MONTEZUMA
08  085        CO      MONTROSE
08  087        CO      MORGAN
08  089        CO      OTERO
08  091        CO      OURAY
08  093        CO      PARK
08  095        CO      PHILLIPS
08  097        CO      PITKIN
08  099        CO      PROWERS
08  101        CO      PUEBLO
08  103        CO      RIO BLANCO
08  105        CO      RIO GRANDE
08  107        CO      ROUTT
08  109        CO      SAGUACHE
08  111        CO      SAN JUAN
08  113        CO      SAN MIGUEL
08  115        CO      SEDGWICK
08  117        CO      SUMMIT
08  119        CO      TELLER
08  121        CO      WASHINGTON
08  123        CO      WELD
08  125        CO      YUMA
CONNECTICUTT
09  000        CT      STATE TOTAL
09  001        CT      FAIRFIELD
09  003        CT      HARTFORD
09  005        CT      LITCHFIELD
09  007        CT      MIDDLESEX
09  009        CT      NEW HAVEN
09  011        CT      NEW LONDON
09  013        CT      TOLLAND
09  015        CT      WINDHAM
DELAWARE
10  000        DE      STATE TOTAL
10  001        DE      KENT
10  003        DE      NEW CASTLE
10  005        DE      SUSSEX
DISTRICT oOF COLUMBIA
11  000        DC      STATE TOTAL
11  001        DC      WASHINGTON
FLORIDA
12  000        FL      STATE TOTAL
12  001        FL      ALACHUA
12  003        FL      BAKER
12  005        FL      BAY
12  007        FL      BRADFORD
12  009        FL      BREVARD
12  011        FL      BROWARD
12  013        FL      CALHOUN
12  015        FL      CHARLOTTE
12  017        FL      CITRUS
12  019        FL      CLAY
12  021        FL      COLLIER
12  023        FL      COLUMBIA
12  025        FL      DADE
12  027        FL      DE SOTO
12  029        FL      DIXIE
12  031        FL      DUVAL
12  033        FL      ESCAMBIA
12  035        FL      FLAGLER
12  037        FL      FRANKLIN
12  039        FL      GADSDEN
12  041        FL      GILCHRIST
12  043        FL      GLADES
12  045        FL      GULF
12  047        FL      HAMILTON
12  049        FL      HARDEE
12  051        FL      HENDRY
12  053        FL      HERNANDO
12  055        FL      HIGHLANDS
12  057        FL      HILLSBOROUGH
12  059        FL      HOLMES
12  061        FL      INDIAN RIVER
12  063        FL      JACKSON
12  065        FL      JEFFERSON
12  067        FL      LAFAYETTE
12  069        FL      LAKE
12  071        FL      LEE
12  073        FL      LEON
12  075        FL      LEVY
12  077        FL      LIBERTY
12  079        FL      MADISON
12  081        FL      MANATEE
12  083        FL      MARION
12  085        FL      MARTIN
12  087        FL      MONROE
12  089        FL      NASSAU
12  091        FL      OKALOOSA
12  093        FL      OKEECHOBEE
12  095        FL      ORANGE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
12  097        FL      OSCEOLA
12  099        FL      PALM BEACH
12  101        FL      PASCO
12  103        FL      PINELLAS
12  105        FL      POLK
12  107        FL      PUTNAM
12  109        FL      ST. JOHNS
12  111        FL      ST. LUCIE
12  113        FL      SANTA ROSA
12  115        FL      SARASOTA
12  117        FL      SEMINOLE
12  119        FL      SUMTER
12  121        FL      SUWANNEE
12  123        FL      TAYLOR
12  125        FL      UNION
12  127        FL      VOLUSIA
12  129        FL      WAKULLA
12  131        FL      WALTON
12  133        FL      WASHINGTON
GEORGIA
13  000        GA      STATE TOTAL
13  001        GA      APPLING
13  003        GA      ATKINSON
13  005        GA      BACON
13  007        GA      BAKER
13  009        GA      BALDWIN
13  011        GA      BANKS
13  013        GA      BARROW
13  015        GA      BARTOW
13  017        GA      BEN HILL
13  019        GA      BERRIEN
13  021        GA      BIBB
13  023        GA      BLECKLEY
13  025        GA      BRANTLEY
13  027        GA      BROOKS
13  029        GA      BRYAN
13  031        GA      BULLOCH
13  033        GA      BURKE
13  035        GA      BUTTS
13  037        GA      CALHOUN
13  039        GA      CAMDEN
13  043        GA      CANDLER
13  045        GA      CARROLL
13  047        GA      CATOOSA
13  049        GA      CHARLTON
13  051        GA      CHATHAM
13  053        GA      CHATTAHOOCHEE
13  055        GA      CHATTOOGA
13  057        GA      CHEROKEE
13  059        GA      CLARKE
13  061        GA      CLAY
13  063        GA      CLAYTON
13  065        GA      CLINCH
13  067        GA      COBB
13  069        GA      COFFEE
13  071        GA      COLQUITT
13  073        GA      COLUMBIA
13  075        GA      COOK
13  077        GA      COWETA
13  079        GA      CRAWFORD
13  081        GA      CRISP
13  083        GA      DADE
13  085        GA      DAWSON
13  087        GA      DECATUR
13  089        GA      DE KALB
13  091        GA      DODGE
13  093        GA      DOOLY
13  095        GA      DOUGHERTY
13  097        GA      DOUGLAS
13  099        GA      EARLY
13  101        GA      ECHOLS
13  103        GA      EFFINGHAM
13  105        GA      ELBERT
13  107        GA      EMANUEL
13  109        GA      EVANS
13  111        GA      FANNIN
13  113        GA      FAYETTE
13  115        GA      FLOYD
13  117        GA      FORSYTH
13  119        GA      FRANKLIN
13  121        GA      FULTON
13  123        GA      GILMER
13  125        GA      GLASCOCK
13  127        GA      GLYNN
13  129        GA      GORDON
13  131        GA      GRADY
13  133        GA      GREENE
13  135        GA      GWINNETT
13  137        GA      HABERSHAM
13  139        GA      HALL
13  141        GA      HANCOCK
13  143        GA      HARALSON
13  145        GA      HARRIS
13  147        GA      HART
13  149        GA      HEARD
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
13  151        GA      HENRY
13  153        GA      HOUSTON
13  155        GA      IRWIN
13  157        GA      JACKSON
13  159        GA      JASPER
13  161        GA      JEFF DAVIS
13  163        GA      JEFFERSON
13  165        GA      JENKINS
13  167        GA      JOHNSON
13  169        GA      JONES
13  171        GA      LAMAR
13  173        GA      LANIER
13  175        GA      LAURENS
13  177        GA      LEE
13  179        GA      LIBERTY
13  181        GA      LINCOLN
13  183        GA      LONG
13  185        GA      LOWNDES
13  187        GA      LUMPKIN
13  189        GA      MCDUFFIE
13  191        GA      MCINTOSH
13  193        GA      MACON
13  195        GA      MADISON
13  197        GA      MARION
13  199        GA      MERIWETHER
13  201        GA      MILLER
13  205        GA      MITCHELL
13  207        GA      MONROE
13  209        GA      MONTGOMERY
13  211        GA      MORGAN
13  213        GA      MURRAY
13  215        GA      MUSCOGEE
13  217        GA      NEWTON
13  219        GA      OCONEE
13  221        GA      OGLETHORPE
13  223        GA      PAULDING
13  225        GA      PEACH
13  227        GA      PICKENS
13  229        GA      PIERCE
13  231        GA      PIKE
13  233        GA      POLK
13  235        GA      PULASKI
13  237        GA      PUTNAM
13  239        GA      QUITMAN
13  241        GA      RABUN
13  243        GA      RANDOLPH
13  245        GA      RICHMOND
13  247        GA      ROCKDALE
13  249        GA      SCHLEY
13  251        GA      SCREVEN
13  253        GA      SEMINOLE
13  255        GA      SPALDING
13  257        GA      STEPHENS
13  259        GA      STEWART
13  261        GA      SUMTER
13  263        GA      TALBOT
13  265        GA      TALIAFERRO
13  267        GA      TATTNALL
13  269        GA      TAYLOR
13  271        GA      TELFAIR
13  273        GA      TERRELL
13  275        GA      THOMAS
13  277        GA      TIFT
13  279        GA      TOOMBS
13  281        GA      TOWNS
13  283        GA      TREUTLEN
13  285        GA      TROUP
13  287        GA      TURNER
13  289        GA      TWIGGS
13  291        GA      UNION
13  293        GA      UPSON
13  295        GA      WALKER
13  297        GA      WALTON
13  299        GA      WARE
13  301        GA      WARREN
13  303        GA      WASHINGTON
13  305        GA      WAYNE
13  307        GA      WEBSTER
13  309        GA      WHEELER
13  311        GA      WHITE
13  313        GA      WHITFIELD
13  315        GA      WILCOX
13  317        GA      WILKES
13  319        GA      WILKINSON
13  321        GA      WORTH
13  999        GA      UNKNOWN
HAWAII
15  000        HI      STATE TOTAL
15  001        HI      HAWAII
15  003        HI      HONOLULU
15  007        HI      KAUAI
15  009        HI      MAUI
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
IDAHO
16  000        ID      STATE TOTAL
16  001        ID      ADA
16  003        ID      ADAMS
16  005        ID      BANNOCK
16  007        ID      BEAR LAKE
16  009        ID      BENEWAH
16  011        ID      BINGHAM
16  013        ID      BLAINE
16  015        ID      BOISE
16  017        ID      BONNER
16  019        ID      BONNEVILLE
16  021        ID      BOUNDARY
16  023        ID      BUTTE
16  025        ID      CAMAS
16  027        ID      CANYON
16  029        ID      CARIBOU
16  031        ID      CASSIA
16  033        ID      CLARK
16  035        ID      CLEARWATER
16  037        ID      CUSTER
16  039        ID      ELMORE
16  041        ID      FRANKLIN
16  043        ID      FREMONT
16  045        ID      GEM
16  047        ID      GOODING
16  049        ID      IDAHO
16  051        ID      JEFFERSON
16  053        ID      JEROME
16  055        ID      KOOTENAI
16  057        ID      LATAH
16  059        ID      LEMHI
16  061        ID      LEWIS
16  063        ID      LINCOLN
16  065        ID      MADISON
16  067        ID      MINIDOKA
16  069        ID      NEZ PERCE
16  071        ID      ONEIDA
16  073        ID      OWYHEE
16  075        ID      PAYETTE
16  077        ID      POWER
16  079        ID      SHOSHONE
16  081        ID      TETON
16  083        ID      TWIN FALLS
16  085        ID      VALLEY
16  087        ID      WASHINGTON
ILLINOIS
17  000        IL      STATE TOTAL
17  001        IL      ADAMS
17  003        IL      ALEXANDER
17  005        IL      BOND
17  007        IL      BOONE
17  009        IL      BROWN
17  011        IL      BUREAU
17  013        IL      CALHOUN
17  015        IL      CARROLL
17  017        IL      CASS
17  019        IL      CHAMPAIGN
17  021        IL      CHRISTIAN
17  023        IL      CLARK
17  025        IL      CLAY
17  027        IL      CLINTON
17  029        IL      COLES
17  031        IL      COOK
17  033        IL      CRAWFORD
17  035        IL      CUMBERLAND
17  037        IL      DE KALB
17  039        IL      DE WITT
17  041        IL      DOUGLAS
17  043        IL      DU PAGE
17  045        IL      EDGAR
17  047        IL      EDWARDS
17  049        IL      EFFINGHAM
17  051        IL      FAYETTE
17  053        IL      FORD
17  055        IL      FRANKLIN
17  057        IL      FULTON
17  059        IL      GALLATIN
17  061        IL      GREENE
17  063        IL      GRUNDY
17  065        IL      HAMILTON
17  067        IL      HANCOCK
17  069        IL      HARDIN
17  071        IL      HENDERSON
17  073        IL      HENRY
17  075        IL      IROQUOIS
17  077        IL      JACKSON
17  079        IL      JASPER
17  081        IL      JEFFERSON
17  083        IL      JERSEY
17  085        IL      JO DAVIESS
17  087        IL      JOHNSON
17  089        IL      KANE
17  091        IL      KANKAKEE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
17  093        IL      KENDALL
17  095        IL      KNOX
17  097        IL      LAKE
17  099        IL      LA SALLE
17  101        IL      LAWRENCE
17  103        IL      LEE
17  105        IL      LIVINGSTON
17  107        IL      LOGAN
17  109        IL      MCDONOUGH
17  111        IL      MCHENRY
17  113        IL      MCLEAN
17  115        IL      MACON
17  117        IL      MACOUPIN
17  119        IL      MADISON
17  121        IL      MARION
17  123        IL      MARSHALL
17  125        IL      MASON
17  127        IL      MASSAC
17  129        IL      MENARD
17  131        IL      MERCER
17  133        IL      MONROE
17  135        IL      MONTGOMERY
17  137        IL      MORGAN
17  139        IL      MOULTRIE
17  141        IL      OGLE
17  143        IL      PEORIA
17  145        IL      PERRY
17  147        IL      PIATT
17  149        IL      PIKE
17  151        IL      POPE
17  153        IL      PULASKI
17  155        IL      PUTNAM
17  157        IL      RANDOLPH
17  159        IL      RICHLAND
17  161        IL      ROCK ISLAND
17  163        IL      ST. CLAIR
17  165        IL      SALINE
17  167        IL      SANGAMON
17  169        IL      SCHUYLER
17  171        IL      SCOTT
17  173        IL      SHELBY
17  175        IL      STARK
17  177        IL      STEPHENSON
17  179        IL      TAZEWELL
17  181        IL      UNION
17  183        IL      VERMILION
17  185        IL      WABASH
17  187        IL      WARREN
17  189        IL      WASHINGTON
17  191        IL      WAYNE
17  193        IL      WHITE
17  195        IL      WHITESIDE
17  197        IL      WILL
17  199        IL      WILLIAMSON
17  201        IL      WINNEBAGO
17  203        IL      WOODFORD
INDIANA
18  000        IN      STATE TOTAL
18  001        IN      ADAMS
18  003        IN      ALLEN
18  005        IN      BARTHOLOMEW
18  007        IN      BENTON
18  009        IN      BLACKFORD
18  011        IN      BOONE
18  013        IN      BROWN
18  015        IN      CARROLL
18  017        IN      CASS
18  019        IN      CLARK
18  021        IN      CLAY
18  023        IN      CLINTON
18  025        IN      CRAWFORD
18  027        IN      DAVIESS
18  029        IN      DEARBORN
18  031        IN      DECATUR
18  033        IN      DE KALB
18  035        IN      DELAWARE
18  037        IN      DUBOIS
18  039        IN      ELKHART
18  041        IN      FAYETTE
18  043        IN      FLOYD
18  045        IN      FOUNTAIN
18  047        IN      FRANKLIN
18  049        IN      FULTON
18  051        IN      GIBSON
18  053        IN      GRANT
18  055        IN      GREENE
18  057        IN      HAMILTON
18  059        IN      HANCOCK
18  061        IN      HARRISON
18  063        IN      HENDRICKS
18  065        IN      HENRY
18  067        IN      HOWARD
18  069        IN      HUNTINGTON
18  071        IN      JACKSON
18  073        IN      JASPER
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
18  075        IN      JAY
18  077        IN      JEFFERSON
18  079        IN      JENNINGS
18  081        IN      JOHNSON
18  083        IN      KNOX
18  085        IN      KOSCIUSKO
18  087        IN      LAGRANGE
18  089        IN      LAKE
18  091        IN      LA PORTE
18  093        IN      LAWRENCE
18  095        IN      MADISON
18  097        IN      MARION
18  099        IN      MARSHALL
18  101        IN      MARTIN
18  103        IN      MIAMI
18  105        IN      MONROE
18  107        IN      MONTGOMERY
18  109        IN      MORGAN
18  111        IN      NEWTON
18  113        IN      NOBLE
18  115        IN      OHIO
18  117        IN      ORANGE
18  119        IN      OWEN
18  121        IN      PARKE
18  123        IN      PERRY
18  125        IN      PIKE
18  127        IN      PORTER
18  129        IN      POSEY
18  131        IN      PULASKI
18  133        IN      PUTNAM
18  135        IN      RANDOLPH
18  137        IN      RIPLEY
18  139        IN      RUSH
18  141        IN      ST. JOSEPH
18  143        IN      SCOTT
18  145        IN      SHELBY
18  147        IN      SPENCER
18  149        IN      STARKE
18  151        IN      STEUBEN
18  153        IN      SULLIVAN
18  155        IN      SWITZERLAND
18  157        IN      TIPPECANOE
18  159        IN      TIPTON
18  161        IN      UNION
18  163        IN      VANDERBURGH
18  165        IN      VERMILLION
18  167        IN      VIGO
18  169        IN      WABASH
18  171        IN      WARREN
18  173        IN      WARRICK
18  175        IN      WASHINGTON
18  177        IN      WAYNE
18  179        IN      WELLS
18  181        IN      WHITE
18  183        IN      WHITLEY
IOWA
19  000        IA      STATE TOTAL
19  001        IA      ADAIR
19  003        IA      ADAMS
19  005        IA      ALLAMAKEE
19  007        IA      APPANOOSE
19  009        IA      AUDUBON
19  011        IA      BENTON
19  013        IA      BLACK HAWK
19  015        IA      BOONE
19  017        IA      BREMER
19  019        IA      BUCHANAN
19  021        IA      BUENA VISTA
19  023        IA      BUTLER
19  025        IA      CALHOUN
19  027        IA      CARROLL
19  029        IA      CASS
19  031        IA      CEDAR
19  033        IA      CERRO GORDO
19  035        IA      CHEROKEE
19  037        IA      CHICKASAW
19  039        IA      CLARKE
19  041        IA      CLAY
19  043        IA      CLAYTON
19  045        IA      CLINTON
19  047        IA      CRAWFORD
19  049        IA      DALLAS
19  051        IA      DAVIS
19  053        IA      DECATUR
19  055        IA      DELAWARE
19  057        IA      DES MOINES
19  059        IA      DICKINSON
19  061        IA      DUBUQUE
19  063        IA      EMMET
19  065        IA      FAYETTE
19  067        IA      FLOYD
19  069        IA      FRANKLIN
19  071        IA      FREMONT
19  073        IA      GREENE
19  075        IA      GRUNDY
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
19  077        IA      GUTHRIE
19  079        IA      HAMILTON
19  081        IA      HANCOCK
19  083        IA      HARDIN
19  085        IA      HARRISON
19  087        IA      HENRY
19  089        IA      HOWARD
19  091        IA      HUMBOLDT
19  093        IA      IDA
19  095        IA      IOWA
19  097        IA      JACKSON
19  099        IA      JASPER
19  101        IA      JEFFERSON
19  103        IA      JOHNSON
19  105        IA      JONES
19  107        IA      KEOKUK
19  109        IA      KOSSUTH
19  111        IA      LEE
19  113        IA      LINN
19  115        IA      LOUISA
19  117        IA      LUCAS
19  119        IA      LYON
19  121        IA      MADISON
19  123        IA      MAHASKA
19  125        IA      MARION
19  127        IA      MARSHALL
19  129        IA      MILLS
19  131        IA      MITCHELL
19  133        IA      MONONA
19  135        IA      MONROE
19  137        IA      MONTGOMERY
19  139        IA      MUSCATINE
19  141        IA      O'BRIEN
19  143        IA      OSCEOLA
19  145        IA      PAGE
19  147        IA      PALO ALTO
19  149        IA      PLYMOUTH
19  151        IA      POCAHONTAS
19  153        IA      POLK
19  155        IA      POTTAWATTAMIE
19  157        IA      POWESHIEK
19  159        IA      RINGGOLD
19  161        IA      SAC
19  163        IA      SCOTT
19  165        IA      SHELBY
19  167        IA      SIOUX
19  169        IA      STORY
19  171        IA      TAMA
19  173        IA      TAYLOR
19  175        IA      UNION
19  177        IA      VAN BUREN
19  179        IA      WAPELLO
19  181        IA      WARREN
19  183        IA      WASHINGTON
19  185        IA      WAYNE
19  187        IA      WEBSTER
19  189        IA      WINNEBAGO
19  191        IA      WINNESHIEK
19  193        IA      WOODBURY
19  195        IA      WORTH
19  197        IA      WRIGHT
KANSAS
20  000        KS      STATE TOTAL
20  001        KS      ALLEN
20  003        KS      ANDERSON
20  005        KS      ATCHISON
20  007        KS      BARBER
20  009        KS      BARTON
20  011        KS      BOURBON
20  013        KS      BROWN
20  015        KS      BUTLER
20  017        KS      CHASE
20  019        KS      CHAUTAUQUA
20  021        KS      CHEROKEE
20  023        KS      CHEYENNE
20  025        KS      CLARK
20  027        KS      CLAY
20  029        KS      CLOUD
20  031        KS      COFFEY
20  033        KS      COMANCHE
20  035        KS      COWLEY
20  037        KS      CRAWFORD
20  039        KS      DECATUR
20  041        KS      DICKINSON
20  043        KS      DONIPHAN
20  045        KS      DOUGLAS
20  047        KS      EDWARDS
20  049        KS      ELK
20  051        KS      ELLIS
20  053        KS      ELLSWORTH
20  055        KS      FINNEY
20  057        KS      FORD
20  059        KS      FRANKLIN
20  061        KS      GEARY
20  063        KS      GOVE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
20  065        KS      GRAHAM
20  067        KS      GRANT
20  069        KS      GRAY
20  071        KS      GREELEY
20  073        KS      GREENWOOD
20  075        KS      HAMILTON
20  077        KS      HARPER
20  079        KS      HARVEY
20  081        KS      HASKELL
20  083        KS      HODGEMAN
20  085        KS      JACKSON
20  087        KS      JEFFERSON
20  089        KS      JEWELL
20  091        KS      JOHNSON
20  093        KS      KEARNY
20  095        KS      KINGMAN
20  097        KS      KIOWA
20  099        KS      LABETTE
20  101        KS      LANE
20  103        KS      LEAVENWORTH
20  105        KS      LINCOLN
20  107        KS      LINN
20  109        KS      LOGAN
20  111        KS      LYON
20  113        KS      MCPHERSON
20  115        KS      MARION
20  117        KS      MARSHALL
20  119        KS      MEADE
20  121        KS      MIAMI
20  123        KS      MITCHELL
20  125        KS      MONTGOMERY
20  127        KS      MORRIS
20  129        KS      MORTON
20  131        KS      NEMAHA
20  133        KS      NEOSHO
20  135        KS      NESS
20  137        KS      NORTON
20  139        KS      OSAGE
20  141        KS      OSBORNE
20  143        KS      OTTAWA
20  145        KS      PAWNEE
20  147        KS      PHILLIPS
20  149        KS      POTTAWATOMIE
20  151        KS      PRATT
20  153        KS      RAWLINS
20  155        KS      RENO
20  157        KS      REPUBLIC
20  159        KS      RICE
20  161        KS      RILEY
20  163        KS      ROOKS
20  165        KS      RUSH
20  167        KS      RUSSELL
20  169        KS      SALINE
20  171        KS      SCOTT
20  173        KS      SEDGWICK
20  175        KS      SEWARD
20  177        KS      SHAWNEE
20  179        KS      SHERIDAN
20  181        KS      SHERMAN
20  183        KS      SMITH
20  185        KS      STAFFORD
20  187        KS      STANTON
20  189        KS      STEVENS
20  191        KS      SUMNER
20  193        KS      THOMAS
20  195        KS      TREGO
20  197        KS      WABAUNSEE
20  199        KS      WALLACE
20  201        KS      WASHINGTON
20  203        KS      WICHITA
20  205        KS      WILSON
20  207        KS      WOODSON
20  209        KS      WYANDOTTE
KENTUCKY
21  000        KY      STATE TOTAL
21  001        KY      ADAIR
21  003        KY      ALLEN
21  005        KY      ANDERSON
21  007        KY      BALLARD
21  009        KY      BARREN
21  011        KY      BATH
21  013        KY      BELL
21  015        KY      BOONE
21  017        KY      BOURBON
21  019        KY      BOYD
21  021        KY      BOYLE
21  023        KY      BRACKEN
21  025        KY      BREATHITT
21  027        KY      BRECKINRIDGE
21  029        KY      BULLITT
21  031        KY      BUTLER
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
21  033        KY      CALDWELL
21  035        KY      CALLOWAY
21  037        KY      CAMPBELL
21  039        KY      CARLISLE
21  041        KY      CARROLL
21  043        KY      CARTER
21  045        KY      CASEY
21  047        KY      CHRISTIAN
21  049        KY      CLARK
21  051        KY      CLAY
21  053        KY      CLINTON
21  055        KY      CRITTENDEN
21  057        KY      CUMBERLAND
21  059        KY      DAVIESS
21  061        KY      EDMONSON
21  063        KY      ELLIOTT
21  065        KY      ESTILL
21  067        KY      FAYETTE
21  069        KY      FLEMING
21  071        KY      FLOYD
21  073        KY      FRANKLIN
21  075        KY      FULTON
21  077        KY      GALLATIN
21  079        KY      GARRARD
21  081        KY      GRANT
21  083        KY      GRAVES
21  085        KY      GRAYSON
21  087        KY      GREEN
21  089        KY      GREENUP
21  091        KY      HANCOCK
21  093        KY      HARDIN
21  095        KY      HARLAN
21  097        KY      HARRISON
21  099        KY      HART
21  101        KY      HENDERSON
21  103        KY      HENRY
21  105        KY      HICKMAN
21  107        KY      HOPKINS
21  109        KY      JACKSON
21  111        KY      JEFFERSON
21  113        KY      JESSAMINE
21  115        KY      JOHNSON
21  117        KY      KENTON
21  119        KY      KNOTT
21  121        KY      KNOX
21  123        KY      LARUE
21  125        KY      LAUREL
21  127        KY      LAWRENCE
21  129        KY      LEE
21  131        KY      LESLIE
21  133        KY      LETCHER
21  135        KY      LEWIS
21  137        KY      LINCOLN
21  139        KY      LIVINGSTON
21  141        KY      LOGAN
21  143        KY      LYON
21  145        KY      MCCRACKEN
21  147        KY      MCCREARY
21  149        KY      MCLEAN
21  151        KY      MADISON
21  153        KY      MAGOFFIN
21  155        KY      MARION
21  157        KY      MARSHALL
21  159        KY      MARTIN
21  161        KY      MASON
21  163        KY      MEADE
21  165        KY      MENIFEE
21  167        KY      MERCER
21  169        KY      METCALFE
21  171        KY      MONROE
21  173        KY      MONTGOMERY
21  175        KY      MORGAN
21  177        KY      MUHLENBERG
21  179        KY      NELSON
21  181        KY      NICHOLAS
21  183        KY      OHIO
21  185        KY      OLDHAM
21  187        KY      OWEN
21  189        KY      OWSLEY
21  191        KY      PENDLETON
21  193        KY      PERRY
21  195        KY      PIKE
21  197        KY      POWELL
21  199        KY      PULASKI
21  201        KY      ROBERTSON
21  203        KY      ROCKCASTLE
21  205        KY      ROWAN
21  207        KY      RUSSELL
21  209        KY      SCOTT
21  211        KY      SHELBY
21  213        KY      SIMPSON
21  215        KY      SPENCER
21  217        KY      TAYLOR
21  219        KY      TODD
21  221        KY      TRIGG
21  223        KY      TRIMBLE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
21  225        KY      UNION
21  227        KY      WARREN
21  229        KY      WASHINGTON
21  231        KY      WAYNE
21  233        KY      WEBSTER
21  235        KY      WHITLEY
21  237        KY      WOLFE
21  239        KY      WOODFORD
LOUISIANA
22  000        LA      STATE TOTAL
22  001        LA      ACADIA
22  003        LA      ALLEN
22  005        LA      ASCENSION
22  007        LA      ASSUMPTION
22  009        LA      AVOYELLES
22  011        LA      BEAUREGARD
22  013        LA      BIENVILLE
22  015        LA      BOSSIER
22  017        LA      CADDO
22  019        LA      CALCASIEU
22  021        LA      CALDWELL
22  023        LA      CAMERON
22  025        LA      CATAHOULA
22  027        LA      CLAIBORNE
22  029        LA      CONCORDIA
22  031        LA      DE SOTO
22  033        LA      EAST BATON ROUGE
22  035        LA      EAST CARROLL
22  037        LA      EAST FELICIANA
22  039        LA      EVANGELINE
22  041        LA      FRANKLIN
22  043        LA      GRANT
22  045        LA      IBERIA
22  047        LA      IBERVILLE
22  049        LA      JACKSON
22  051        LA      JEFFERSON
22  053        LA      JEFFERSON DAVIS
22  055        LA      LAFAYETTE
22  057        LA      LAFOURCHE
22  059        LA      LA SALLE
22  061        LA      LINCOLN
22  063        LA      LIVINGSTON
22  065        LA      MADISON
22  067        LA      MOREHOUSE
22  069        LA      NATCHITOCHES
22  071        LA      ORLEANS
22  073        LA      OUACHITA
22  075        LA      PLAQUEMINES
22  077        LA      POINTE COUPEE
22  079        LA      RAPIDES
22  081        LA      RED RIVER
22  083        LA      RICHLAND
22  085        LA      SABINE
22  087        LA      ST. BERNARD
22  089        LA      ST. CHARLES
22  091        LA      ST. HELENA
22  093        LA      ST. JAMES
22  095        LA      ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
22  097        LA      ST. LANDRY
22  099        LA      ST. MARTIN
22  101        LA      ST. MARY
22  103        LA      ST. TAMMANY
22  105        LA      TANGIPAHOA
22  107        LA      TENSAS
22  109        LA      TERREBONNE
22  111        LA      UNION
22  113        LA      VERMILION
22  115        LA      VERNON
22  117        LA      WASHINGTON
22  119        LA      WEBSTER
22  121        LA      WEST BATON ROUGE
22  123        LA      WEST CARROLL
22  125        LA      WEST FELICIANA
22  127        LA      WINN
MAINE
23  000        ME      STATE TOTAL
23  001        ME      ANDROSCOGGIN
23  003        ME      AROOSTOOK
23  005        ME      CUMBERLAND
23  007        ME      FRANKLIN
23  009        ME      HANCOCK
23  011        ME      KENNEBEC
23  013        ME      KNOX
23  015        ME      LINCOLN
23  017        ME      OXFORD
23  019        ME      PENOBSCOT
23  021        ME      PISCATAQUIS
23  023        ME      SAGADAHOC
23  025        ME      SOMERSET
23  027        ME      WALDO
23  029        ME      WASHINGTON
23  031        ME      YORK
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
MARYLAND
24  000        MD      STATE TOTAL
24  001        MD      ALLEGANY
24  003        MD      ANNE ARUNDEL
24  005        MD      BALTIMORE
24  009        MD      CALVERT
24  011        MD      CAROLINE
24  013        MD      CARROLL
24  015        MD      CECIL
24  017        MD      CHARLES
24  019        MD      DORCHESTER
24  021        MD      FREDERICK
24  023        MD      GARRETT
24  025        MD      HARFORD
24  027        MD      HOWARD
24  029        MD      KENT
24  031        MD      MONTGOMERY
24  033        MD      PRINCE GEORGE'S
24  035        MD      QUEEN ANNE'S
24  037        MD      ST. MARY'S
24  039        MD      SOMERSET
24  041        MD      TALBOT
24  043        MD      WASHINGTON
24  045        MD      WICOMICO
24  047        MD      WORCESTER
24  510        MD      BALTIMORE CITY
MASSACHUSETTS
25  000        MA      STATE TOTAL
25  001        MA      BARNSTABLE
25  003        MA      BERKSHIRE
25  005        MA      BRISTOL
25  007        MA      DUKES
25  009        MA      ESSEX
25  011        MA      FRANKLIN
25  013        MA      HAMPDEN
25  015        MA      HAMPSHIRE
25  017        MA      MIDDLESEX
25  019        MA      NANTUCKET
25  021        MA      NORFOLK
25  023        MA      PLYMOUTH
25  025        MA      SUFFOLK
25  027        MA      WORCESTER
MICHIGAN
26  000        MI      STATE TOTAL
26  001        MI      ALCONA
26  003        MI      ALGER
26  005        MI      ALLEGAN
26  007        MI      ALPENA
26  009        MI      ANTRIM
26  011        MI      ARENAC
26  013        MI      BARAGA
26  015        MI      BARRY
26  017        MI      BAY
26  019        MI      BENZIE
26  021        MI      BERRIEN
26  023        MI      BRANCH
26  025        MI      CALHOUN
26  027        MI      CASS
26  029        MI      CHARLEVOIX
26  031        MI      CHEBOYGAN
26  033        MI      CHIPPEWA
26  035        MI      CLARE
26  037        MI      CLINTON
26  039        MI      CRAWFORD
26  041        MI      DELTA
26  043        MI      DICKINSON
26  045        MI      EATON
26  047        MI      EMMET
26  049        MI      GENESEE
26  051        MI      GLADWIN
26  053        MI      GOGEBIC
26  055        MI      GRAND TRAVERSE
26  057        MI      GRATIOT
26  059        MI      HILLSDALE
26  061        MI      HOUGHTON
26  063        MI      HURON
26  065        MI      INGHAM
26  067        MI      IONIA
26  069        MI      IOSCO
26  071        MI      IRON
26  073        MI      ISABELLA
26  075        MI      JACKSON
26  077        MI      KALAMAZOO
26  079        MI      KALKASKA
26  081        MI      KENT
26  083        MI      KEWEENAW
26  085        MI      LAKE
26  087        MI      LAPEER
26  089        MI      LEELANAU
26  091        MI      LENAWEE
26  093        MI      LIVINGSTON
26  095        MI      LUCE
26  097        MI      MACKINAC
26  099        MI      MACOMB
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
26  101        MI      MANISTEE
26  103        MI      MARQUETTE
26  105        MI      MASON
26  107        MI      MECOSTA
26  109        MI      MENOMINEE
26  111        MI      MIDLAND
26  113        MI      MISSAUKEE
26  115        MI      MONROE
26  117        MI      MONTCALM
26  119        MI      MONTMORENCY
26  121        MI      MUSKEGON
26  123        MI      NEWAYGO
26  125        MI      OAKLAND
26  127        MI      OCEANA
26  129        MI      OGEMAW
26  131        MI      ONTONAGON
26  133        MI      OSCEOLA
26  135        MI      OSCODA
26  137        MI      OTSEGO
26  139        MI      OTTAWA
26  141        MI      PRESQUE ISLE
26  143        MI      ROSCOMMON
26  145        MI      SAGINAW
26  147        MI      ST. CLAIR
26  149        MI      ST. JOSEPH
26  151        MI      SANILAC
26  153        MI      SCHOOLCRAFT
26  155        MI      SHIAWASSEE
26  157        MI      TUSCOLA
26  159        MI      VAN BUREN
26  161        MI      WASHTENAW
26  163        MI      WAYNE
26  165        MI      WEXFORD
MINNESOTA
27  000        MN      STATE TOTAL
27  001        MN      AITKIN
27  003        MN      ANOKA
27  005        MN      BECKER
27  007        MN      BELTRAMI
27  009        MN      BENTON
27  011        MN      BIG STONE
27  013        MN      BLUE EARTH
27  015        MN      BROWN
27  017        MN      CARLTON
27  019        MN      CARVER
27  021        MN      CASS
27  023        MN      CHIPPEWA
27  025        MN      CHISAGO
27  027        MN      CLAY
27  029        MN      CLEARWATER
27  031        MN      COOK
27  033        MN      COTTONWOOD
27  035        MN      CROW WING
27  037        MN      DAKOTA
27  039        MN      DODGE
27  041        MN      DOUGLAS
27  043        MN      FARIBAULT
27  045        MN      FILLMORE
27  047        MN      FREEBORN
27  049        MN      GOODHUE
27  051        MN      GRANT
27  053        MN      HENNEPIN
27  055        MN      HOUSTON
27  057        MN      HUBBARD
27  059        MN      ISANTI
27  061        MN      ITASCA
27  063        MN      JACKSON
27  065        MN      KANABEC
27  067        MN      KANDIYOHI
27  069        MN      KITTSON
27  071        MN      KOOCHICHING
27  073        MN      LAC QUI PARLE
27  075        MN      LAKE
27  077        MN      LAKE OF THE WOODS
27  079        MN      LE SUEUR
27  081        MN      LINCOLN
27  083        MN      LYON
27  085        MN      MCLEOD
27  087        MN      MAHNOMEN
27  089        MN      MARSHALL
27  091        MN      MARTIN
27  093        MN      MEEKER
27  095        MN      MILLE LACS
27  097        MN      MORRISON
27  099        MN      MOWER
27  101        MN      MURRAY
27  103        MN      NICOLLET
27  105        MN      NOBLES
27  107        MN      NORMAN
27  109        MN      OLMSTED
27  111        MN      OTTER TAIL
27  113        MN      PENNINGTON
27  115        MN      PINE
27  117        MN      PIPESTONE
27  119        MN      POLK
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
27  121        MN      POPE
27  123        MN      RAMSEY
27  125        MN      RED LAKE
27  127        MN      REDWOOD
27  129        MN      RENVILLE
27  131        MN      RICE
27  133        MN      ROCK
27  135        MN      ROSEAU
27  137        MN      ST. LOUIS
27  139        MN      SCOTT
27  141        MN      SHERBURNE
27  143        MN      SIBLEY
27  145        MN      STEARNS
27  147        MN      STEELE
27  149        MN      STEVENS
27  151        MN      SWIFT
27  153        MN      TODD
27  155        MN      TRAVERSE
27  157        MN      WABASHA
27  159        MN      WADENA
27  161        MN      WASECA
27  163        MN      WASHINGTON
27  165        MN      WATONWAN
27  167        MN      WILKIN
27  169        MN      WINONA
27  171        MN      WRIGHT
27  173        MN      YELLOW MEDICINE
MISSISSIPPI
28  000        MS      STATE TOTAL
28  001        MS      ADAMS
28  003        MS      ALCORN
28  005        MS      AMITE
28  007        MS      ATTALA
28  009        MS      BENTON
28  011        MS      BOLIVAR
28  013        MS      CALHOUN
28  015        MS      CARROLL
28  017        MS      CHICKASAW
28  019        MS      CHOCTAW
28  021        MS      CLAIBORNE
28  023        MS      CLARKE
28  025        MS      CLAY
28  027        MS      COAHOMA
28  029        MS      COPIAH
28  031        MS      COVINGTON
28  033        MS      DE SOTO
28  035        MS      FORREST
28  037        MS      FRANKLIN
28  039        MS      GEORGE
28  041        MS      GREENE
28  043        MS      GRENADA
28  045        MS      HANCOCK
28  047        MS      HARRISON
28  049        MS      HINDS
28  051        MS      HOLMES
28  053        MS      HUMPHREYS
28  055        MS      ISSAQUENA
28  057        MS      ITAWAMBA
28  059        MS      JACKSON
28  061        MS      JASPER
28  063        MS      JEFFERSON
28  065        MS      JEFFERSON DAVIS
28  067        MS      JONES
28  069        MS      KEMPER
28  071        MS      LAFAYETTE
28  073        MS      LAMAR
28  075        MS      LAUDERDALE
28  077        MS      LAWRENCE
28  079        MS      LEAKE
28  081        MS      LEE
28  083        MS      LEFLORE
28  085        MS      LINCOLN
28  087        MS      LOWNDES
28  089        MS      MADISON
28  091        MS      MARION
28  093        MS      MARSHALL
28  095        MS      MONROE
28  097        MS      MONTGOMERY
28  099        MS      NESHOBA
28  101        MS      NEWTON
28  103        MS      NOXUBEE
28  105        MS      OKTIBBEHA
28  107        MS      PANOLA
28  109        MS      PEARL RIVER
28  111        MS      PERRY
28  113        MS      PIKE
28  115        MS      PONTOTOC
28  117        MS      PRENTISS
28  119        MS      QUITMAN
28  121        MS      RANKIN
28  123        MS      SCOTT
28  125        MS      SHARKEY
28  127        MS      SIMPSON
28  129        MS      SMITH
28  131        MS      STONE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
28  133        MS      SUNFLOWER
28  135        MS      TALLAHATCHIE
28  137        MS      TATE
28  139        MS      TIPPAH
28  141        MS      TISHOMINGO
28  143        MS      TUNICA
28  145        MS      UNION
28  147        MS      WALTHALL
28  149        MS      WARREN
28  151        MS      WASHINGTON
28  153        MS      WAYNE
28  155        MS      WEBSTER
28  157        MS      WILKINSON
28  159        MS      WINSTON
28  161        MS      YALOBUSHA
28  163        MS      YAZOO
MISSOURI
29  000        MO      STATE TOTAL
29  001        MO      ADAIR
29  003        MO      ANDREW
29  005        MO      ATCHISON
29  007        MO      AUDRAIN
29  009        MO      BARRY
29  011        MO      BARTON
29  013        MO      BATES
29  015        MO      BENTON
29  017        MO      BOLLINGER
29  019        MO      BOONE
29  021        MO      BUCHANAN
29  023        MO      BUTLER
29  025        MO      CALDWELL
29  027        MO      CALLAWAY
29  029        MO      CAMDEN
29  031        MO      CAPE GIRARDEAU
29  033        MO      CARROLL
29  035        MO      CARTER
29  037        MO      CASS
29  039        MO      CEDAR
29  041        MO      CHARITON
29  043        MO      CHRISTIAN
29  045        MO      CLARK
29  047        MO      CLAY
29  049        MO      CLINTON
29  051        MO      COLE
29  053        MO      COOPER
29  055        MO      CRAWFORD
29  057        MO      DADE
29  059        MO      DALLAS
29  137        MO      MONROE
29  139        MO      MONTGOMERY
29  141        MO      MORGAN
29  143        MO      NEW MADRID
29  145        MO      NEWTON
29  147        MO      NODAWAY
29  149        MO      OREGON
29  151        MO      OSAGE
29  153        MO      OZARK
29  061        MO      DAVIESS
29  063        MO      DE KALB
29  065        MO      DENT
29  067        MO      DOUGLAS
29  069        MO      DUNKLIN
29  071        MO      FRANKLIN
29  073        MO      GASCONADE
29  075        MO      GENTRY
29  077        MO      GREENE
29  079        MO      GRUNDY
29  081        MO      HARRISON
29  083        MO      HENRY
29  085        MO      HICKORY
29  087        MO      HOLT
29  089        MO      HOWARD
29  091        MO      HOWELL
29  093        MO      IRON
29  095        MO      JACKSON
29  097        MO      JASPER
29  099        MO      JEFFERSON
29  101        MO      JOHNSON
29  103        MO      KNOX
29  105        MO      LACLEDE
29  107        MO      LAFAYETTE
29  109        MO      LAWRENCE
29  111        MO      LEWIS
29  113        MO      LINCOLN
29  115        MO      LINN
29  117        MO      LIVINGSTON
29  119        MO      MCDONALD
29  121        MO      MACON
29  123        MO      MADISON
29  125        MO      MARIES
29  127        MO      MARION
29  129        MO      MERCER
29  131        MO      MILLER
29  133        MO      MISSISSIPPI
29  135        MO      MONITEAU
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
29  155        MO      PEMISCOT
29  157        MO      PERRY
29  159        MO      PETTIS
29  161        MO      PHELPS
29  163        MO      PIKE
29  165        MO      PLATTE
29  167        MO      POLK
29  169        MO      PULASKI
29  171        MO      PUTNAM
29  173        MO      RALLS
29  175        MO      RANDOLPH
29  177        MO      RAY
29  179        MO      REYNOLDS
29  181        MO      RIPLEY
29  183        MO      ST. CHARLES
29  185        MO      ST. CLAIR
29  186        MO      STE. GENEVIEVE
29  187        MO      ST. FRANCOIS
29  189        MO      ST. LOUIS
29  195        MO      SALINE
29  197        MO      SCHUYLER
29  199        MO      SCOTLAND
29  201        MO      SCOTT
29  203        MO      SHANNON
29  205        MO      SHELBY
29  207        MO      STODDARD
29  209        MO      STONE
29  211        MO      SULLIVAN
29  213        MO      TANEY
29  215        MO      TEXAS
29  217        MO      VERNON
29  219        MO      WARREN
29  221        MO      WASHINGTON
29  223        MO      WAYNE
29  225        MO      WEBSTER
29  227        MO      WORTH
29  229        MO      WRIGHT
29  510        MO      ST. LOUIS CITY
MONTANA
30  000        MT      STATE TOTAL
30  001        MT      BEAVERHEAD
30  003        MT      BIG HORN
30  005        MT      BLAINE
30  007        MT      BROADWATER
30  009        MT      CARBON
30  011        MT      CARTER
30  013        MT      CASCADE
30  015        MT      CHOUTEAU
30  017        MT      CUSTER
30  019        MT      DANIELS
30  021        MT      DAWSON
30  023        MT      DEER LODGE
30  025        MT      FALLON
30  027        MT      FERGUS
30  029        MT      FLATHEAD
30  031        MT      GALLATIN
30  033        MT      GARFIELD
30  035        MT      GLACIER
30  037        MT      GOLDEN VALLEY
30  039        MT      GRANITE
30  041        MT      HILL
30  043        MT      JEFFERSON
30  045        MT      JUDITH BASIN
30  047        MT      LAKE
30  049        MT      LEWIS AND CLARK
30  051        MT     LIBERTY
30  053        MT      LINCOLN
30  055        MT      MCCONE
30  057        MT      MADISON
30  059        MT      MEAGHER
30  061        MT      MINERAL
30  063        MT      MISSOULA
30  065        MT      MUSSELSHELL
30  067        MT      PARK
30  069        MT      PETROLEUM
30  071        MT      PHILLIPS
30  073        MT      PONDERA
30  075        MT      POWDER RIVER
30  077        MT      POWELL
30  079        MT      PRAIRIE
30  081        MT      RAVALLI
30  083        MT      RICHLAND
30  085        MT      ROOSEVELT
30  087        MT      ROSEBUD
30  089        MT      SANDERS
30  091        MT      SHERIDAN
30  093        MT      SILVER BOW
30  095        MT      STILLWATER
30  097        MT      SWEET GRASS
30  099        MT      TETON
30  101        MT      TOOLE
30  103        MT      TREASURE
30  105        MT      VALLEY
30  107        MT      WHEATLAND
30  109        MT      WIBAUX
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
30  111        MT      YELLOWSTONE
30  113        MT     YELLOWSTONE N.
PARK
NEBRASKA
31  000        NE      STATE TOTAL
31  001        NE      ADAMS
31  003        NE      ANTELOPE
31  005        NE      ARTHUR
31  007        NE      BANNER
31  009        NE      BLAINE
31  011        NE      BOONE
31  013        NE      BOX BUTTE
31  015        NE      BOYD
31  017        NE      BROWN
31  019        NE      BUFFALO
31  021        NE      BURT
31  023        NE      BUTLER
31  025        NE      CASS
31  027        NE      CEDAR
31  029        NE      CHASE
31  031        NE      CHERRY
31  033        NE      CHEYENNE
31  035        NE      CLAY
31  037        NE      COLFAX
31  039        NE      CUMING
31  041        NE      CUSTER
31  043        NE      DAKOTA
31  045        NE      DAWES
31  047        NE      DAWSON
31  049        NE      DEUEL
31  051        NE      DIXON
31  053        NE      DODGE
31  055        NE      DOUGLAS
31  057        NE      DUNDY
31  059        NE      FILLMORE
31  061        NE      FRANKLIN
31  063        NE      FRONTIER
31  065        NE      FURNAS
31  067        NE      GAGE
31  069        NE      GARDEN
31  071        NE      GARFIELD
31  073        NE      GOSPER
31  075        NE      GRANT
31  077        NE      GREELEY
31  079        NE      HALL
31  081        NE      HAMILTON
31  083        NE      HARLAN
31  085        NE      HAYES
31  087        NE      HITCHCOCK
31  089        NE      HOLT
31  091        NE      HOOKER
31  093        NE      HOWARD
31  095        NE      JEFFERSON
31  097        NE      JOHNSON
31  099        NE      KEARNEY
31  101        NE      KEITH
31  103        NE      KEYA PAHA
31  105        NE      KIMBALL
31  107        NE      KNOX
31  109        NE      LANCASTER
31  111        NE      LINCOLN
31  113        NE      LOGAN
31  115        NE      LOUP
31  117        NE      MCPHERSON
31  119        NE      MADISON
31  121        NE      MERRICK
31  123        NE      MORRILL
31  125        NE      NANCE
31  127        NE      NEMAHA
31  129        NE      NUCKOLLS
31  131        NE      OTOE
31  133        NE      PAWNEE
31  135        NE      PERKINS
31  137        NE      PHELPS
31  139        NE      PIERCE
31  141        NE      PLATTE
31  143        NE      POLK
31  145        NE      RED WILLOW
31  147        NE      RICHARDSON
31  149        NE      ROCK
31  151        NE      SALINE
31  153        NE      SARPY
31  155        NE      SAUNDERS
31  157        NE      SCOTTS BLUFF
31  159        NE      SEWARD
31  161        NE      SHERIDAN
31  163        NE      SHERMAN
31  165        NE      SIOUX
31  167        NE      STANTON
31  169        NE      THAYER
31  171        NE      THOMAS
31  173        NE      THURSTON
31  175        NE      VALLEY
31  177        NE      WASHINGTON
31  179        NE      WAYNE
31  181        NE      WEBSTER
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
31  183        NE      WHEELER
31  185        NE      YORK
NEVADA
32  000        NV      STATE TOTAL
32  001        NV      CHURCHILL
32  003        NV      CLARK
32  005        NV      DOUGLAS
32  007        NV      ELKO
32  009        NV      ESMERALDA
32  011        NV      EUREKA
32  013        NV      HUMBOLDT
32  015        NV      LANDER
32  017        NV      LINCOLN
32  019        NV      LYON
32  021        NV      MINERAL
32  023        NV      NYE
32  027        NV      PERSHING
32  029        NV      STOREY
32  031        NV      WASHOE
32  033        NV      WHITE PINE
32  510        NV      CARSON CITY CITY
NEW HAMPSHIRE
33  000        NH      STATE TOTAL
33  001        NH      BELKNAP
33  003        NH      CARROLL
33  005        NH      CHESHIRE
33  007        NH      COOS
33  009        NH      GRAFTON
33  011        NH      HILLSBOROUGH
33  013        NH      MERRIMACK
33  015        NH      ROCKINGHAM
33  017        NH      STRAFFORD
33  019        NH      SULLIVAN
NEW JERSEY
34  000        NJ      STATE TOTAL
34  001        NJ      ATLANTIC
34  003        NJ      BERGEN
34  005        NJ      BURLINGTON
34  007        NJ      CAMDEN
34  009        NJ      CAPE MAY
34  011        NJ      CUMBERLAND
34  013        NJ      ESSEX
34  015        NJ      GLOUCESTER
34  017        NJ      HUDSON
34  019        NJ      HUNTERDON
34  021        NJ      MERCER
34  023        NJ      MIDDLESEX
34  025        NJ      MONMOUTH
34  027        NJ      MORRIS
34  029        NJ      OCEAN
34  031        NJ      PASSAIC
34  033        NJ      SALEM
34  035        NJ      SOMERSET
34  037        NJ      SUSSEX
34  039        NJ      UNION
34  041        NJ      WARREN
NEW MEXICO
35  000        NM      STATE TOTAL
35  001        NM      BERNALILLO
35  003        NM      CATRON
35  005        NM      CHAVES
35  007        NM      COLFAX
35  009        NM      CURRY
35  011        NM      DE BACA
35  013        NM      DONA ANA
35  015        NM      EDDY
35  017        NM      GRANT
35  019        NM      GUADALUPE
35  021        NM      HARDING
35  023        NM      HIDALGO
35  025        NM      LEA
35  027        NM      LINCOLN
35  028        NM      LOS ALAMOS
35  029        NM      LUNA
35  031        NM      MCKINLEY
35  033        NM      MORA
35  035        NM      OTERO
35  037        NM      QUAY
35  039        NM      RIO ARRIBA
35  041        NM      ROOSEVELT
35  043        NM      SANDOVAL
35  045        NM      SAN JUAN
35  047        NM      SAN MIGUEL
35  049        NM      SANTA FE
35  051        NM      SIERRA
35  053        NM      SOCORRO
35  055        NM      TAOS
35  057        NM      TORRANCE
35  059        NM      UNION
35  061        NM      VALENCIA
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
NEW YORK
36  000        NY      STATE TOTAL
36  001        NY      ALBANY
36  003        NY      ALLEGANY
36  005        NY      BRONX
36  007        NY      BROOME
36  009        NY      CATTARAUGUS
36  011        NY      CAYUGA
36  013        NY      CHAUTAUQUA
36  015        NY      CHEMUNG
36  017        NY      CHENANGO
36  019        NY      CLINTON
36  021        NY      COLUMBIA
36  023        NY      CORTLAND
36  025        NY      DELAWARE
36  027        NY      DUTCHESS
36  029        NY      ERIE
36  031        NY      ESSEX
36  033        NY      FRANKLIN
36  035        NY      FULTON
36  037        NY      GENESEE
36  039        NY      GREENE
36  041        NY      HAMILTON
36  043        NY      HERKIMER
36  045        NY      JEFFERSON
36  047        NY      KINGS
36  049        NY      LEWIS
36  051        NY      LIVINGSTON
36  053        NY      MADISON
36  055        NY      MONROE
36  057        NY      MONTGOMERY
36  059        NY      NASSAU
36  061        NY      NEW YORK CITY
36  063        NY      NIAGARA
36  065        NY      ONEIDA
36  067        NY      ONONDAGA
36  069        NY      ONTARIO
36  071        NY      ORANGE
36  073        NY      ORLEANS
36  075        NY      OSWEGO
36  077        NY      OTSEGO
36  079        NY      PUTNAM
36  081        NY      QUEENS
36  083        NY      RENSSELAER
36  085        NY      RICHMOND
36  087        NY      ROCKLAND
36  089        NY      ST. LAWRENCE
36  091        NY      SARATOGA
36  093        NY      SCHENECTADY
36  095        NY      SCHOHARIE
36  097        NY      SCHUYLER
36  099        NY      SENECA
36  101        NY      STEUBEN
36  103        NY      SUFFOLK
36  105        NY      SULLIVAN
36  107        NY      TIOGA
36  109        NY      TOMPKINS
36  111        NY      ULSTER
36  113        NY      WARREN
36  115        NY      WASHINGTON
36  117        NY      WAYNE
36  119        NY      WESTCHESTER
36  121        NY      WYOMING
36  123        NY      YATES
NORTH CAROLINA 
37  000        NC      STATE TOTAL
37  001        NC      ALAMANCE
37  003        NC      ALEXANDER
37  005        NC      ALLEGHANY
37  007        NC      ANSON
37  009        NC      ASHE
37  011        NC      AVERY
37  013        NC      BEAUFORT
37  015        NC      BERTIE
37  017        NC      BLADEN
37  019        NC      BRUNSWICK
37  021        NC      BUNCOMBE
37  023        NC      BURKE
37  025        NC      CABARRUS
37  027        NC      CALDWELL
37  029        NC      CAMDEN
37  031        NC      CARTERET
37  033        NC      CASWELL
37  035        NC      CATAWBA
37  037        NC      CHATHAM
37  039        NC      CHEROKEE
37  041        NC      CHOWAN
37  043        NC      CLAY
37  045        NC      CLEVELAND
37  047        NC      COLUMBUS
37  049        NC      CRAVEN
37  051        NC      CUMBERLAND
37  053        NC      CURRITUCK
37  055        NC      DARE
37  057        NC      DAVIDSON
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
37  059        NC      DAVIE
37  061        NC      DUPLIN
37  063        NC      DURHAM
37  065        NC      EDGECOMBE
37  067        NC      FORSYTH
37  069        NC      FRANKLIN
37  071        NC      GASTON
37  073        NC      GATES
37  075        NC      GRAHAM
37  077        NC      GRANVILLE
37  079        NC      GREENE
37  081        NC      GUILFORD
37  083        NC      HALIFAX
37  085        NC      HARNETT
37  087        NC      HAYWOOD
37  089        NC      HENDERSON
37  091        NC      HERTFORD
37  093        NC      HOKE
37  095        NC      HYDE
37  097        NC      IREDELL
37  099        NC      JACKSON
37  101        NC      JOHNSTON
37  103        NC      JONES
37  105        NC      LEE
37  107        NC      LENOIR
37  109        NC      LINCOLN
37  111        NC      MCDOWELL
37  113        NC      MACON
37  115        NC      MADISON
37  117        NC      MARTIN
37  119        NC      MECKLENBURG
37  121        NC      MITCHELL
37  123        NC      MONTGOMERY
37  125        NC      MOORE
37  127        NC      NASH
37  129        NC      NEW HANOVER
37  131        NC      NORTHAMPTON
37  133        NC      ONSLOW
37  135        NC      ORANGE
37  137        NC      PAMLICO
37  139        NC      PASQUOTANK
37  141        NC      PENDER
37  143        NC      PERQUIMANS
37  145        NC      PERSON
37  147        NC      PITT
37  149        NC      POLK
37  151        NC      RANDOLPH
37  153        NC      RICHMOND
37  155        NC      ROBESON
37  157        NC      ROCKINGHAM
37  159        NC      ROWAN
37  161        NC      RUTHERFORD
37  163        NC      SAMPSON
37  165        NC      SCOTLAND
37  167        NC      STANLY
37  169        NC      STOKES
37  171        NC      SURRY
37  173        NC      SWAIN
37  175        NC      TRANSYLVANIA
37  177        NC      TYRRELL
37  179        NC      UNION
37  181        NC      VANCE
37  183        NC      WAKE
37  185        NC      WARREN
37  187        NC      WASHINGTON
37  189        NC      WATAUGA
37  191        NC      WAYNE
37  193        NC      WILKES
37  195        NC      WILSON
37  197        NC      YADKIN
37  199        NC      YANCEY
NORTH DAKOTA
38  000        ND      STATE TOTAL
38  001        ND      ADAMS
38  003        ND      BARNES
38  005        ND      BENSON
38  007        ND      BILLINGS
38  009        ND      BOTTINEAU
38  011        ND      BOWMAN
38  013        ND      BURKE
38  015        ND      BURLEIGH
38  017        ND      CASS
38  019        ND      CAVALIER
38  021        ND      DICKEY
38  023        ND      DIVIDE
38  025        ND      DUNN
38  027        ND      EDDY
38  029        ND      EMMONS
38  031        ND      FOSTER
38  033        ND      GOLDEN VALLEY
38  035        ND      GRAND FORKS
38  037        ND      GRANT
38  039        ND      GRIGGS
38  041        ND      HETTINGER
38  043        ND      KIDDER
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
38  045        ND      LA MOURE
38  047        ND      LOGAN
38  049        ND      MCHENRY
38  051        ND      MCINTOSH
38  053        ND      MCKENZIE
38  055        ND      MCLEAN
38  057        ND      MERCER
38  059        ND      MORTON
38  061        ND      MOUNTRAIL
38  063        ND      NELSON
38  065        ND      OLIVER
38  067        ND      PEMBINA
38  069        ND      PIERCE
38  071        ND      RAMSEY
38  073        ND      RANSOM
38  075        ND      RENVILLE
38  077        ND      RICHLAND
38  079        ND      ROLETTE
38  081        ND      SARGENT
38  083        ND      SHERIDAN
38  085        ND      SIOUX
38  087        ND      SLOPE
38  089        ND      STARK
38  091        ND      STEELE
38  093        ND      STUTSMAN
38  095        ND      TOWNER
38  097        ND      TRAILL
38  099        ND      WALSH
38  101        ND      WARD
38  103        ND      WELLS
38  105        ND      WILLIAMS
OHIO
39  000        OH      STATE TOTAL
39  001        OH      ADAMS
39  003        OH      ALLEN
39  005        OH      ASHLAND
39  007        OH      ASHTABULA
39  009        OH      ATHENS
39  011        OH      AUGLAIZE
39  013        OH      BELMONT
39  015        OH      BROWN
39  017        OH      BUTLER
39  019        OH      CARROLL
39  021        OH      CHAMPAIGN
39  023        OH      CLARK
39  025        OH      CLERMONT
39  027        OH      CLINTON
39  029        OH      COLUMBIANA
39  031        OH      COSHOCTON
39  033        OH      CRAWFORD
39  035        OH      CUYAHOGA
39  037        OH      DARKE
39  039        OH      DEFIANCE
39  041        OH      DELAWARE
39  043        OH      ERIE
39  045        OH      FAIRFIELD
39  047        OH      FAYETTE
39  049        OH      FRANKLIN
39  051        OH      FULTON
39  053        OH      GALLIA
39  055        OH      GEAUGA
39  057        OH      GREENE
39  059        OH      GUERNSEY
39  061        OH      HAMILTON
39  063        OH      HANCOCK
39  065        OH      HARDIN
39  067        OH      HARRISON
39  069        OH      HENRY
39  071        OH      HIGHLAND
39  073        OH      HOCKING
39  075        OH      HOLMES
39  077        OH      HURON
39  079        OH      JACKSON
39  081        OH      JEFFERSON
39  083        OH      KNOX
39  085        OH      LAKE
39  087        OH      LAWRENCE
39  089        OH      LICKING
39  091        OH      LOGAN
39  093        OH      LORAIN
39  095        OH      LUCAS
39  097        OH      MADISON
39  099        OH      MAHONING
39  101        OH      MARION
39  103        OH      MEDINA
39  105        OH      MEIGS
39  107        OH      MERCER
39  109        OH      MIAMI
39  111        OH      MONROE
39  113        OH      MONTGOMERY
39  115        OH      MORGAN
39  117        OH      MORROW
39  119        OH      MUSKINGUM
39  121        OH      NOBLE
39  123        OH      OTTAWA
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
39  125        OH      PAULDING
39  127        OH      PERRY
39  129        OH      PICKAWAY
39  131        OH      PIKE
39  133        OH      PORTAGE
39  135        OH      PREBLE
39  137        OH      PUTNAM
39  139        OH      RICHLAND
39  141        OH      ROSS
39  143        OH      SANDUSKY
39  145        OH      SCIOTO
39  147        OH      SENECA
39  149        OH      SHELBY
39  151        OH      STARK
39  153        OH      SUMMIT
39  155        OH      TRUMBULL
39  157        OH      TUSCARAWAS
39  159        OH      UNION
39  161        OH      VAN WERT
39  163        OH      VINTON
39  165        OH      WARREN
39  167        OH      WASHINGTON
39  169        OH      WAYNE
39  171        OH      WILLIAMS
39  173        OH      WOOD
39  175        OH      WYANDOT
OKLAHOMA
40  000        OK      STATE TOTAL
40  001        OK      ADAIR
40  003        OK      ALFALFA
40  005        OK      ATOKA
40  007        OK      BEAVER
40  009        OK      BECKHAM
40  011        OK      BLAINE
40  013        OK      BRYAN
40  015        OK      CADDO
40  017        OK      CANADIAN
40  019        OK      CARTER
40  021        OK      CHEROKEE
40  023        OK      CHOCTAW
40  025        OK      CIMARRON
40  027        OK      CLEVELAND
40  029        OK      COAL
40  031        OK      COMANCHE
40  033        OK      COTTON
40  035        OK      CRAIG
40  037        OK      CREEK
40  039        OK      CUSTER
40  041        OK      DELAWARE
40  043        OK      DEWEY
40  045        OK      ELLIS
40  047        OK      GARFIELD
40  049        OK      GARVIN
40  051        OK      GRADY
40  053        OK      GRANT
40  055        OK      GREER
40  057        OK      HARMON
40  059        OK      HARPER
40  061        OK      HASKELL
40  063        OK      HUGHES
40  065        OK      JACKSON
40  067        OK      JEFFERSON
40  069        OK      JOHNSTON
40  071        OK      KAY
40  073        OK      KINGFISHER
40  075        OK      KIOWA
40  077        OK      LATIMER
40  079        OK      LE FLORE
40  081        OK      LINCOLN
40  083        OK      LOGAN
40  085        OK      LOVE
40  087        OK      MCCLAIN
40  089        OK      MCCURTAIN
40  091        OK      MCINTOSH
40  093        OK      MAJOR
40  095        OK      MARSHALL
40  097        OK      MAYES
40  099        OK      MURRAY
40  101        OK      MUSKOGEE
40  103        OK      NOBLE
40  105        OK      NOWATA
40  107        OK      OKFUSKEE
40  109        OK      OKLAHOMA
40  111        OK      OKMULGEE
40  113        OK      OSAGE
40  115        OK      OTTAWA
40  117        OK      PAWNEE
40  119        OK      PAYNE
40  121        OK      PITTSBURG
40  123        OK      PONTOTOC
40  125        OK      POTTAWATOMIE
40  127        OK      PUSHMATAHA
40  129        OK      ROGER MILLS
40  131        OK      ROGERS
40  133        OK      SEMINOLE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
40  135        OK      SEQUOYAH
40  137        OK      STEPHENS
40  139        OK      TEXAS
40  141        OK      TILLMAN
40  143        OK      TULSA
40  145        OK      WAGONER
40  147        OK      WASHINGTON
40  149        OK      WASHITA
40  151        OK      WOODS
40  153        OK      WOODWARD
OREGON
41  000        OR      STATE TOTAL
41  001        OR      BAKER
41  003        OR      BENTON
41  005        OR      CLACKAMAS
41  007        OR      CLATSOP
41  009        OR      COLUMBIA
41  011        OR      COOS
41  013        OR      CROOK
41  015        OR      CURRY
41  017        OR      DESCHUTES
41  019        OR      DOUGLAS
41  021        OR      GILLIAM
41  023        OR      GRANT
41  025        OR      HARNEY
41  027        OR      HOOD RIVER
41  029        OR      JACKSON
41  031        OR      JEFFERSON
41  033        OR      JOSEPHINE
41  035        OR      KLAMATH
41  037        OR      LAKE
41  039        OR      LANE
41  041        OR      LINCOLN
41  043        OR      LINN
41  045        OR      MALHEUR
41  047        OR      MARION
41  049        OR      MORROW
41  051        OR      MULTNOMAH
41  053        OR      POLK
41  055        OR      SHERMAN
41  057        OR      TILLAMOOK
41  059        OR      UMATILLA
41  061        OR      UNION
41  063        OR      WALLOWA
41  065        OR      WASCO
41  067        OR      WASHINGTON
41  069        OR      WHEELER
41  071        OR      YAMHILL
PENNSYLVANIA
42  000        PA      STATE TOTAL
42  001        PA      ADAMS
42  003        PA      ALLEGHENY
42  005        PA      ARMSTRONG
42  007        PA      BEAVER
42  009        PA      BEDFORD
42  011        PA      BERKS
42  013        PA      BLAIR
42  015        PA      BRADFORD
42  017        PA      BUCKS
42  019        PA      BUTLER
42  021        PA      CAMBRIA
42  023        PA      CAMERON
42  025        PA      CARBON
42  027        PA      CENTRE
42  029        PA      CHESTER
42  031        PA      CLARION
42  033        PA      CLEARFIELD
42  035        PA      CLINTON
42  037        PA      COLUMBIA
42  039        PA      CRAWFORD
42  041        PA      CUMBERLAND
42  043        PA      DAUPHIN
42  045        PA      DELAWARE
42  047        PA      ELK
42  049        PA      ERIE
42  051        PA      FAYETTE
42  053        PA      FOREST
42  055        PA      FRANKLIN
42  057        PA      FULTON
42  059        PA      GREENE
42  061        PA      HUNTINGDON
42  063        PA      INDIANA
42  065        PA      JEFFERSON
42  067        PA      JUNIATA
42  069        PA      LACKAWANNA
42  071        PA      LANCASTER
42  073        PA      LAWRENCE
42  075        PA      LEBANON
42  077        PA      LEHIGH
42  079        PA      LUZERNE
42  081        PA      LYCOMING
42  083        PA      MCKEAN
42  085        PA      MERCER
42  087        PA      MIFFLIN
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
42  089        PA      MONROE
42  091        PA      MONTGOMERY
42  093        PA      MONTOUR
42  095        PA      NORTHAMPTON
42  097        PA      NORTHUMBERLAND
42  099        PA      PERRY
42  101        PA      PHILADELPHIA
42  103        PA      PIKE
42  105        PA      POTTER
42  107        PA      SCHUYLKILL
42  109        PA      SNYDER
42  111        PA      SOMERSET
42  113        PA      SULLIVAN
42  115        PA      SUSQUEHANNA
42  117        PA      TIOGA
42  119        PA      UNION
42  121        PA      VENANGO
42  123        PA      WARREN
42  125        PA      WASHINGTON
42  127        PA      WAYNE
42  129        PA      WESTMORELAND
42  131        PA      WYOMING
42  133        PA      YORK
RHODE ISLAND
44  000        RI      STATE TOTAL
44  001        RI      BRISTOL
44  003        RI      KENT
44  005        RI      NEWPORT
44  007        RI      PROVIDENCE
44  009        RI      WASHINGTON
SOUTH CAROLINA
45  000        SC      STATE TOTAL
45  001        SC      ABBEVILLE
45  003        SC      AIKEN
45  005        SC      ALLENDALE
45  007        SC      ANDERSON
45  009        SC      BAMBERG
45  011        SC      BARNWELL
45  013        SC      BEAUFORT
45  015        SC      BERKELEY
45  017        SC      CALHOUN
45  019        SC      CHARLESTON
45  021        SC      CHEROKEE
45  023        SC      CHESTER
45  025        SC      CHESTERFIELD
45  027        SC      CLARENDON
45  029        SC      COLLETON
45  031        SC      DARLINGTON
45  033        SC      DILLON
45  035        SC      DORCHESTER
45  037        SC      EDGEFIELD
45  039        SC      FAIRFIELD
45  041        SC      FLORENCE
45  043        SC      GEORGETOWN
45  045        SC      GREENVILLE
45  047        SC      GREENWOOD
45  049        SC      HAMPTON
45  051        SC      HORRY
45  053        SC      JASPER
45  055        SC      KERSHAW
45  057        SC      LANCASTER
45  059        SC      LAURENS
45  061        SC      LEE
45  063        SC      LEXINGTON
45  065        SC      MCCORMICK
45  067        SC      MARION
45  069        SC      MARLBORO
45  071        SC      NEWBERRY
45  073        SC      OCONEE
45  075        SC      ORANGEBURG
45  077        SC      PICKENS
45  079        SC      RICHLAND
45  081        SC      SALUDA
45  083        SC      SPARTANBURG
45  085        SC      SUMTER
45  087        SC      UNION
45  089        SC      WILLIAMSBURG
45  091        SC      YORK
SOUTH DAKOTA
46  000        SD      STATE TOTAL
46  003        SD      AURORA
46  005        SD      BEADLE
46  007        SD      BENNETT
46  009        SD      BON HOMME
46  011        SD      BROOKINGS
46  013        SD      BROWN
46  015        SD      BRULE
46  017        SD      BUFFALO
46  019        SD      BUTTE
46  021        SD      CAMPBELL
46  023        SD      CHARLES MIX
46  025        SD      CLARK
46  027        SD      CLAY
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
46  029        SD      CODINGTON
46  031        SD      CORSON
46  033        SD      CUSTER
46  035        SD      DAVISON
46  037        SD      DAY
46  039        SD      DEUEL
46  041        SD      DEWEY
46  043        SD      DOUGLAS
46  045        SD      EDMUNDS
46  047        SD      FALL RIVER
46  049        SD      FAULK
46  051        SD      GRANT
46  053        SD      GREGORY
46  055        SD      HAAKON
46  057        SD      HAMLIN
46  059        SD      HAND
46  061        SD      HANSON
46  063        SD      HARDING
46  065        SD      HUGHES
46  067        SD      HUTCHINSON
46  069        SD      HYDE
46  071        SD      JACKSON
46  073        SD      JERAULD
46  075        SD      JONES
46  077        SD      KINGSBURY
46  079        SD      LAKE
46  081        SD      LAWRENCE
46  083        SD      LINCOLN
46  085        SD      LYMAN
46  087        SD      MCCOOK
46  089        SD      MCPHERSON
46  091        SD      MARSHALL
46  093        SD      MEADE
46  095        SD      MELLETTE
46  097        SD      MINER
46  099        SD      MINNEHAHA
46  101        SD      MOODY
46  103        SD      PENNINGTON
46  105        SD      PERKINS
46  107        SD      POTTER
46  109        SD      ROBERTS
46  111        SD      SANBORN
46  113        SD      SHANNON
46  115        SD      SPINK
46  117        SD      STANLEY
46  119        SD      SULLY
46  121        SD      TODD
46  123        SD      TRIPP
46  125        SD      TURNER
46  127        SD      UNION
46  129        SD      WALWORTH
46  135        SD      YANKTON
46  137        SD      ZIEBACH
TENNESSEE
47  000        TN      STATE TOTAL
47  001        TN      ANDERSON
47  003        TN      BEDFORD
47  005        TN      BENTON
47  007        TN      BLEDSOE
47  009        TN      BLOUNT
47  011        TN      BRADLEY
47  013        TN      CAMPBELL
47  015        TN      CANNON
47  017        TN      CARROLL
47  019        TN      CARTER
47  021        TN      CHEATHAM
47  023        TN      CHESTER
47  025        TN      CLAIBORNE
47  027        TN      CLAY
47  029        TN      COCKE
47  031        TN      COFFEE
47  033        TN      CROCKETT
47  035        TN      CUMBERLAND
47  037        TN      DAVIDSON
47  039        TN      DECATUR
47  041        TN      DE KALB
47  043        TN      DICKSON
47  045        TN      DYER
47  047        TN      FAYETTE
47  049        TN      FENTRESS
47  051        TN      FRANKLIN
47  053        TN      GIBSON
47  055        TN      GILES
47  057        TN      GRAINGER
47  059        TN      GREENE
47  061        TN      GRUNDY
47  063        TN      HAMBLEN
47  065        TN      HAMILTON
47  067        TN      HANCOCK
47  069        TN      HARDEMAN
47  071        TN      HARDIN
47  073        TN      HAWKINS
47  075        TN      HAYWOOD
47  077        TN      HENDERSON
47  079        TN      HENRY
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
47  081        TN      HICKMAN
47  083        TN      HOUSTON
47  085        TN      HUMPHREYS
47  087        TN      JACKSON
47  089        TN      JEFFERSON
47  091        TN      JOHNSON
47  093        TN      KNOX
47  095        TN      LAKE
47  097        TN      LAUDERDALE
47  099        TN      LAWRENCE
47  101        TN      LEWIS
47  103        TN      LINCOLN
47  105        TN      LOUDON
47  107        TN      MCMINN
47  109        TN      MCNAIRY
47  111        TN      MACON
47  113        TN      MADISON
47  115        TN      MARION
47  117        TN      MARSHALL
47  119        TN      MAURY
47  121        TN      MEIGS
47  123        TN      MONROE
47  125        TN      MONTGOMERY
47  127        TN      MOORE
47  129        TN      MORGAN
47  131        TN      OBION
47  133        TN      OVERTON
47  135        TN      PERRY
47  137        TN      PICKETT
47  139        TN      POLK
47  141        TN      PUTNAM
47  143        TN      RHEA
47  145        TN      ROANE
47  147        TN      ROBERTSON
47  149        TN      RUTHERFORD
47  151        TN      SCOTT
47  153        TN      SEQUATCHIE
47  155        TN      SEVIER
47  157        TN      SHELBY
47  159        TN      SMITH
47  161        TN      STEWART
47  163        TN      SULLIVAN
47  165        TN      SUMNER
47  167        TN      TIPTON
47  169        TN      TROUSDALE
47  171        TN      UNICOI
47  173        TN      UNION
47  175        TN      VAN BUREN
47  177        TN      WARREN
47  179        TN      WASHINGTON
47  181        TN      WAYNE
47  183        TN      WEAKLEY
47  185        TN      WHITE
47  187        TN      WILLIAMSON
47  189        TN      WILSON
TEXAS
48  000        TX      STATE TOTAL
48  001        TX      ANDERSON
48  003        TX      ANDREWS
48  005        TX      ANGELINA
48  007        TX      ARANSAS
48  009        TX      ARCHER
48  011        TX      ARMSTRONG
48  013        TX      ATASCOSA
48  015        TX      AUSTIN
48  017        TX      BAILEY
48  019        TX      BANDERA
48  021        TX      BASTROP
48  023        TX      BAYLOR
48  025        TX      BEE
48  027        TX      BELL
48  029        TX      BEXAR
48  031        TX      BLANCO
48  033        TX      BORDEN
48  035        TX      BOSQUE
48  037        TX      BOWIE
48  039        TX      BRAZORIA
48  041        TX      BRAZOS
48  043        TX      BREWSTER
48  045        TX      BRISCOE
48  047        TX      BROOKS
48  049        TX      BROWN
48  051        TX      BURLESON
48  053        TX      BURNET
48  055        TX      CALDWELL
48  057        TX      CALHOUN
48  059        TX      CALLAHAN
48  061        TX      CAMERON
48  063        TX      CAMP
48  065        TX      CARSON
48  067        TX      CASS
48  069        TX      CASTRO
48  071        TX      CHAMBERS
48  073        TX      CHEROKEE
48  075        TX      CHILDRESS
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
48  077        TX      CLAY
48  079        TX      COCHRAN
48  081        TX      COKE
48  083        TX      COLEMAN
48  085        TX      COLLIN
48  087        TX      COLLINGSWORTH
48  089        TX      COLORADO
48  091        TX      COMAL
48  093        TX      COMANCHE
48  095        TX      CONCHO
48  097        TX      COOKE
48  099        TX      CORYELL
48  101        TX      COTTLE
48  103        TX      CRANE
48  105        TX      CROCKETT
48  107        TX      CROSBY
48  109        TX      CULBERSON
48  111        TX      DALLAM
48  113        TX      DALLAS
48  115        TX      DAWSON
48  117        TX      DEAF SMITH
48  119        TX      DELTA
48  121        TX      DENTON
48  123        TX      DE WITT
48  125        TX      DICKENS
48  127        TX      DIMMIT
48  129        TX      DONLEY
48  131        TX      DUVAL
48  133        TX      EASTLAND
48  135        TX      ECTOR
48  137        TX      EDWARDS
48  139        TX      ELLIS
48  141        TX      EL PASO
48  143        TX      ERATH
48  145        TX      FALLS
48  147        TX      FANNIN
48  149        TX      FAYETTE
48  151        TX      FISHER
48  153        TX      FLOYD
48  155        TX      FOARD
48  157        TX      FORT BEND
48  159        TX      FRANKLIN
48  161        TX      FREESTONE
48  163        TX      FRIO
48  165        TX      GAINES
48  167        TX      GALVESTON
48  169        TX      GARZA
48  171        TX      GILLESPIE
48  173        TX      GLASSCOCK
48  175        TX      GOLIAD
48  177        TX      GONZALES
48  179        TX      GRAY
48  181        TX      GRAYSON
48  183        TX      GREGG
48  185        TX      GRIMES
48  187        TX      GUADALUPE
48  189        TX      HALE
48  191        TX      HALL
48  193        TX      HAMILTON
48  195        TX      HANSFORD
48  197        TX      HARDEMAN
48  199        TX      HARDIN
48  201        TX      HARRIS
48  203        TX      HARRISON
48  205        TX      HARTLEY
48  207        TX      HASKELL
48  209        TX      HAYS
48  211        TX      HEMPHILL
48  213        TX      HENDERSON
48  215        TX      HIDALGO
48  217        TX      HILL
48  219        TX      HOCKLEY
48  221        TX      HOOD
48  223        TX      HOPKINS
48  225        TX      HOUSTON
48  227        TX      HOWARD
48  229        TX      HUDSPETH
48  231        TX      HUNT
48  233        TX      HUTCHINSON
48  235        TX      IRION
48  237        TX      JACK
48  239        TX      JACKSON
48  241        TX      JASPER
48  243        TX      JEFF DAVIS
48  245        TX      JEFFERSON
48  247        TX      JIM HOGG
48  249        TX      JIM WELLS
48  251        TX      JOHNSON
48  253        TX      JONES
48  255        TX      KARNES
48  257        TX      KAUFMAN
48  259        TX      KENDALL
48  261        TX      KENEDY
48  263        TX      KENT
48  265        TX      KERR
48  267        TX      KIMBLE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
48  269        TX      KING
48  271        TX      KINNEY
48  273        TX      KLEBERG
48  275        TX      KNOX
48  277        TX      LAMAR
48  279        TX      LAMB
48  281        TX      LAMPASAS
48  283        TX      LA SALLE
48  285        TX      LAVACA
48  287        TX      LEE
48  289        TX      LEON
48  291        TX      LIBERTY
48  293        TX      LIMESTONE
48  295        TX      LIPSCOMB
48  297        TX      LIVE OAK
48  299        TX      LLANO
48  301        TX      LOVING
48  303        TX      LUBBOCK
48  305        TX      LYNN
48  307        TX      MCCULLOCH
48  309        TX      MCLENNAN
48  311        TX      MCMULLEN
48  313        TX      MADISON
48  315        TX      MARION
48  317        TX      MARTIN
48  319        TX      MASON
48  321        TX      MATAGORDA
48  323        TX      MAVERICK
48  325        TX      MEDINA
48  327        TX      MENARD
48  329        TX      MIDLAND
48  331        TX      MILAM
48  333        TX      MILLS
48  335        TX      MITCHELL
48  337        TX      MONTAGUE
48  339        TX      MONTGOMERY
48  341        TX      MOORE
48  343        TX      MORRIS
48  345        TX      MOTLEY
48  347        TX      NACOGDOCHES
48  349        TX      NAVARRO
48  351        TX      NEWTON
48  353        TX      NOLAN
48  355        TX      NUECES
48  357        TX      OCHILTREE
48  359        TX      OLDHAM
48  361        TX      ORANGE
48  363        TX      PALO PINTO
48  365        TX      PANOLA
48  367        TX      PARKER
48  369        TX      PARMER
48  371        TX      PECOS
48  373        TX      POLK
48  375        TX      POTTER
48  377        TX      PRESIDIO
48  379        TX      RAINS
48  381        TX      RANDALL
48  383        TX      REAGAN
48  385        TX      REAL
48  387        TX      RED RIVER
48  389        TX      REEVES
48  391        TX      REFUGIO
48  393        TX      ROBERTS
48  395        TX      ROBERTSON
48  397        TX      ROCKWALL
48  399        TX      RUNNELS
48  401        TX      RUSK
48  403        TX      SABINE
48  405        TX      SAN AUGUSTINE
48  407        TX      SAN JACINTO
48  409        TX      SAN PATRICIO
48  411        TX      SAN SABA
48  413        TX      SCHLEICHER
48  415        TX      SCURRY
48  417        TX      SHACKELFORD
48  419        TX      SHELBY
48  421        TX      SHERMAN
48  423        TX      SMITH
48  425        TX      SOMERVELL
48  427        TX      STARR
48  429        TX      STEPHENS
48  431        TX      STERLING
48  433        TX      STONEWALL
48  435        TX      SUTTON
48  437        TX      SWISHER
48  439        TX      TARRANT
48  441        TX      TAYLOR
48  443        TX      TERRELL
48  445        TX      TERRY
48  447        TX      THROCKMORTON
48  449        TX      TITUS
48  451        TX      TOM GREEN
48  453        TX      TRAVIS
48  455        TX      TRINITY
48  457        TX      TYLER
48  459        TX      UPSHUR
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
48  461        TX      UPTON
48  463        TX      UVALDE
48  465        TX      VAL VERDE
48  467        TX      VAN ZANDT
48  469        TX      VICTORIA
48  471        TX      WALKER
48  473        TX      WALLER
48  475        TX      WARD
48  477        TX      WASHINGTON
48  479        TX      WEBB
48  481        TX      WHARTON
48  483        TX      WHEELER
48  485        TX      WICHITA
48  487        TX      WILBARGER
48  489        TX      WILLACY
48  491        TX      WILLIAMSON
48  493        TX      WILSON
48  495        TX      WINKLER
48  497        TX      WISE
48  499        TX      WOOD
48  501        TX      YOAKUM
48  503        TX      YOUNG
48  505        TX      ZAPATA
48  507        TX      ZAVALA
UTAH
49  000        UT      STATE TOTAL
49  001        UT      BEAVER
49  003        UT      BOX ELDER
49  005        UT      CACHE
49  007        UT      CARBON
49  009        UT      DAGGETT
49  011        UT      DAVIS
49  013        UT      DUCHESNE
49  015        UT      EMERY
49  017        UT      GARFIELD
49  019        UT      GRAND
49  021        UT      IRON
49  023        UT      JUAB
49  025        UT      KANE
49  027        UT      MILLARD
49  029        UT      MORGAN
49  031        UT      PIUTE
49  033        UT      RICH
49  035        UT      SALT LAKE
49  037        UT      SAN JUAN
49  039        UT      SANPETE
49  041        UT      SEVIER
49  043        UT      SUMMIT
49  045        UT      TOOELE
49  047        UT      UINTAH
49  049        UT      UTAH
49  051        UT      WASATCH
49  053        UT      WASHINGTON
49  055        UT      WAYNE
49  057        UT      WEBER
VERMONT
50  000        VT      STATE TOTAL
50  001        VT      ADDISON
50  003        VT      BENNINGTON
50  005        VT      CALEDONIA
50  007        VT      CHITTENDEN
50  009        VT      ESSEX
50  011        VT      FRANKLIN
50  013        VT      GRAND ISLE
50  015        VT      LAMOILLE
50  017        VT      ORANGE
50  019        VT      ORLEANS
50  021        VT      RUTLAND
50  023        VT      WASHINGTON
50  025        VT      WINDHAM
50  027        VT      WINDSOR
VIRGINIA
51  000        VA      STATE TOTAL
51  001        VA      ACCOMACK
51  003        VA      ALBEMARLE
51  005        VA      ALLEGHANY
51  007        VA      AMELIA
51  009        VA      AMHERST
51  011        VA      APPOMATTOX
51  013        VA      ARLINGTON
51  015        VA      AUGUSTA
51  017        VA      BATH
51  019        VA      BEDFORD
51  021        VA      BLAND
51  023        VA      BOTETOURT
51  025        VA      BRUNSWICK
51  027        VA      BUCHANAN
51  029        VA      BUCKINGHAM
51  031        VA      CAMPBELL
51  033        VA      CAROLINE
51  035        VA      CARROLL
51  036        VA      CHARLES CITY
51  037        VA      CHARLOTTE
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
51  041        VA      CHESTERFIELD
51  043        VA      CLARKE
51  045        VA      CRAIG
51  047        VA      CULPEPER
51  049        VA      CUMBERLAND
51  051        VA      DICKENSON
51  053        VA      DINWIDDIE
51  057        VA      ESSEX
51  059        VA      FAIRFAX
51  061        VA      FAUQUIER
51  063        VA      FLOYD
51  065        VA      FLUVANNA
51  067        VA      FRANKLIN
51  069        VA      FREDERICK
51  071        VA      GILES
51  073        VA      GLOUCESTER
51  075        VA      GOOCHLAND
51  077        VA      GRAYSON
51  079        VA      GREENE
51  081        VA      GREENSVILLE
51  083        VA      HALIFAX
51  085        VA      HANOVER
51  087        VA      HENRICO
51  089        VA      HENRY
51  091        VA      HIGHLAND
51  093        VA      ISLE OF WIGHT
51  095        VA      JAMES CITY
51  097        VA      KING AND QUEEN
51  099        VA      KING GEORGE
51  101        VA      KING WILLIAM
51  103        VA      LANCASTER
51  105        VA      LEE
51  107        VA      LOUDOUN
51  109        VA      LOUISA
51  111        VA      LUNENBURG
51  113        VA      MADISON
51  115        VA      MATHEWS
51  117        VA      MECKLENBURG
51  119        VA      MIDDLESEX
51  121        VA      MONTGOMERY
51  125        VA      NELSON
51  127        VA      NEW KENT
51  131        VA      NORTHAMPTON
51  133        VA      NORTHUMBERLAND
51  135        VA      NOTTOWAY
51  137        VA      ORANGE
51  139        VA      PAGE
51  141        VA      PATRICK
51  143        VA      PITTSYLVANIA
51  145        VA      POWHATAN
51  147        VA      PRINCE EDWARD
51  149        VA      PRINCE GEORGE
51  153        VA      PRINCE WILLIAM
51  155        VA      PULASKI
51  157        VA      RAPPAHANNOCK
51  159        VA      RICHMOND
51  161        VA      ROANOKE
51  163        VA      ROCKBRIDGE
51  165        VA      ROCKINGHAM
51  167        VA      RUSSELL
51  169        VA      SCOTT
51  171        VA      SHENANDOAH
51  173        VA      SMYTH
51  175        VA      SOUTHAMPTON
51  177        VA      SPOTSYLVANIA
51  179        VA      STAFFORD
51  181        VA      SURRY
51  183        VA      SUSSEX
51  185        VA      TAZEWELL
51  187        VA      WARREN
51  191        VA      WASHINGTON
51  193        VA      WESTMORELAND
51  195        VA      WISE
51  197        VA      WYTHE
51  199        VA      YORK
51  510        VA      ALEXANDRIA CITY
51  515        VA      BEDFORD CITY
51  520        VA      BRISTOL CITY
51  530        VA      BUENA VISTA CITY
51  540        VA      CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY
51  550        VA      CHESAPEAKE CITY
51  560        VA      CLIFTON FORGE CITY
51  570        VA      COLONIAL HEIGHTS CITY
51  580        VA      COVINGTON CITY
51  590        VA      DANVILLE CITY
51  595        VA      EMPORIA CITY
51  600        VA      FAIRFAX CITY
51  610        VA      FALLS CHURCH CITY
51  620        VA      FRANKLIN CITY
51  630        VA      FREDERICKSBURG CITY
51  640        VA      GALAX CITY
51  650        VA      HAMPTON CITY
51  660        VA      HARRISONBURG CITY
51  670        VA      HOPEWELL CITY
51  678        VA      LEXINGTON CITY
51  680        VA      LYNCHBURG CITY
FIPS         State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name      St   Cnty     Abbrv        Name
51  683        VA      MANASSAS CITY
51  685        VA      MANASSAS PARK CITY
51  690        VA      MARTINSVILLE CITY
51  700        VA      NEWPORT NEWS CITY
51  710        VA      NORFOLK CITY
51  720        VA      NORTON CITY
51  730        VA      PETERSBURG CITY
51  735        VA      POQUOSON CITY
51  740        VA      PORTSMOUTH CITY
51  750        VA      RADFORD CITY
51  760        VA      RICHMOND CITY
51  770        VA      ROANOKE CITY
51  775        VA      SALEM CITY
51  780        VA      SOUTH BOSTON CITY
51  790        VA      STAUNTON CITY
51  800        VA      SUFFOLK CITY
51  810        VA      VIRGINIA BEACH CITY
51  820        VA      WAYNESBORO CITY
51  830        VA      WILLIAMSBURG CITY
51  840        VA      WINCHESTER CITY
WASHINGTON
53  000        WA      STATE TOTAL
53  001        WA      ADAMS
53  003        WA      ASOTIN
53  005        WA      BENTON
53  007        WA      CHELAN
53  009        WA      CLALLAM
53  011        WA      CLARK
53  013        WA      COLUMBIA
53  015        WA      COWLITZ
53  017        WA      DOUGLAS
53  019        WA      FERRY
53  021        WA      FRANKLIN
53  023        WA      GARFIELD
53  025        WA      GRANT
53  027        WA      GRAYS HARBOR
53  029        WA      ISLAND
53  031        WA      JEFFERSON
53  033        WA      KING
53  035        WA      KITSAP
53  037        WA      KITTITAS
53  039        WA      KLICKITAT
53  041        WA      LEWIS
53  043        WA      LINCOLN
53  045        WA      MASON
53  047        WA      OKANOGAN
53  049        WA      PACIFIC
53  051        WA      PEND OREILLE
53  053        WA      PIERCE
53  055        WA      SAN JUAN
53  057        WA      SKAGIT
53  059        WA      SKAMANIA
53  061        WA      SNOHOMISH
53  063        WA      SPOKANE
53  065        WA      STEVENS
53  067        WA      THURSTON
53  069        WA      WAHKIAKUM
53  071        WA      WALLA WALLA
53  073        WA      WHATCOM
53  075        WA      WHITMAN
53  077        WA      YAKIMA
WEST VIRGINIA
54  000        WV      STATE TOTAL
54  001        WV      BARBOUR
54  003        WV      BERKELEY
54  005        WV      BOONE
54  007        WV      BRAXTON
54  009        WV      BROOKE
54  011        WV      CABELL
54  013        WV      CALHOUN
54  015        WV      CLAY
54  017        WV      DODDRIDGE
54  019        WV      FAYETTE
54  021        WV      GILMER
54  023        WV      GRANT
54  025        WV      GREENBRIER
54  027        WV      HAMPSHIRE
54  029        WV      HANCOCK
54  031        WV      HARDY
54  033        WV      HARRISON
54  035        WV      JACKSON
54  037        WV      JEFFERSON
54  039        WV      KANAWHA
54  041        WV      LEWIS
54  043        WV      LINCOLN
54  045        WV      LOGAN
54  047        WV      MCDOWELL
54  049        WV      MARION
54  051        WV      MARSHALL
54  053        WV      MASON
54  055        WV      MERCER
54  057        WV      MINERAL
54  059        WV      MINGO
54  061        WV      MONONGALIA
FIPS           State         County     FIPS          State      County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name       St   Cnty    Abbrv        Name
54  063        WV      MONROE
54  065        WV      MORGAN
54  067        WV      NICHOLAS
54  069        WV      OHIO
54  071        WV      PENDLETON
54  073        WV      PLEASANTS
54  075        WV      POCAHONTAS
54  077        WV      PRESTON
54  079        WV      PUTNAM
54  081        WV      RALEIGH
54  083        WV      RANDOLPH
54  085        WV      RITCHIE
54  087        WV      ROANE
54  089        WV      SUMMERS
54  091        WV      TAYLOR
54  093        WV      TUCKER
54  095        WV      TYLER
54  097        WV      UPSHUR
54  099        WV      WAYNE
54  101        WV      WEBSTER
54  103        WV      WETZEL
54  105        WV      WIRT
54  107        WV      WOOD
54  109        WV      WYOMING
WISCONSIN
55  000        WI      STATE TOTAL
55  001        WI      ADAMS
55  003        WI      ASHLAND
55  005        WI      BARRON
55  007        WI      BAYFIELD
55  009        WI      BROWN
55  011        WI      BUFFALO
55  013        WI      BURNETT
55  015        WI      CALUMET
55  017        WI      CHIPPEWA
55  019        WI      CLARK
55  021        WI      COLUMBIA
55  023        WI      CRAWFORD
55  025        WI      DANE
55  027        WI      DODGE
55  029        WI      DOOR
55  031        WI      DOUGLAS
55  033        WI      DUNN
55  035        WI      EAU CLAIRE
55  037        WI      FLORENCE
55  039        WI      FOND DU LAC
55  041        WI      FOREST
55  043        WI      GRANT
55  045        WI      GREEN
55  047        WI      GREEN LAKE
55  049        WI      IOWA
55  051        WI      IRON
55  053        WI      JACKSON
55  055        WI      JEFFERSON
55  057        WI      JUNEAU
55  059        WI      KENOSHA
55  061        WI      KEWAUNEE
55  063        WI      LA CROSSE
55  065        WI      LAFAYETTE
55  067        WI      LANGLADE
55  069        WI      LINCOLN
55  071        WI      MANITOWOC
55  073        WI      MARATHON
55  075        WI      MARINETTE
55  077        WI      MARQUETTE
55  078        WI      MENOMINEE
55  079        WI      MILWAUKEE
55  081        WI      MONROE
55  083        WI      OCONTO
55  085        WI      ONEIDA
55  087        WI      OUTAGAMIE
55  089        WI      OZAUKEE
55  091        WI      PEPIN
55  093        WI      PIERCE
55  095        WI      POLK
55  097        WI      PORTAGE
55  099        WI      PRICE
55  101        WI      RACINE
55  103        WI      RICHLAND
55  105        WI      ROCK
55  107        WI      RUSK
55  109        WI      ST. CROIX
55  111        WI      SAUK
55  113        WI      SAWYER
55  115        WI      SHAWANO
55  117        WI      SHEBOYGAN
55  119        WI      TAYLOR
55  121        WI      TREMPEALEAU
55  123        WI      VERNON
55  129        WI      WASHBURN
55  131        WI      WASHINGTON
55  133        WI      WAUKESHA
55  135        WI      WAUPACA
55  137        WI      WAUSHARA
55  139        WI      WINNEBAGO
FIPS           State         County
St  Cnty     Abbrv          Name
55  141        WI      WOOD
55  125        WI      VILAS
55  127        WI      WALWORTH
WYOMING
56  000        WY      STATE TOTAL
56  001        WY      ALBANY
56  003        WY      BIG HORN
56  005        WY      CAMPBELL
56  007        WY      CARBON
56  009        WY      CONVERSE
56  011        WY      CROOK
56  013        WY      FREMONT
56  015        WY      GOSHEN
56  017        WY      HOT SPRINGS
56  019        WY      JOHNSON
56  021        WY      LARAMIE
56  023        WY      LINCOLN
56  025        WY      NATRONA
56  027        WY      NIOBRARA
56  029        WY      PARK
56  031        WY      PLATTE
56  033        WY      SHERIDAN
56  035        WY      SUBLETTE
56  037        WY      SWEETWATER
56  039        WY      TETON
56  041        WY      UINTA
56  043        WY      WASHAKIE
56  045        WY      WESTON

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Specific Notes: Comparison of Compressed Mortality and Multiple Cause of Death data for years 1981-1982

Underlying cause data produced by WONDER for 1981 and 1982 does not match output produced when using public use Multiple Cause of Death (MCOD) files from NCHS. This is because in 1981 and 1982, multiple cause data were coded on a 50 percent sample basis for deaths occurring in 19 registration areas. (The registration areas are the 50 States, New York City and the District of Columbia.) The 50 percent sample States are:

 
Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Montana
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Rhode Island
Tennessee
Texas
Washington
West Virginia.

For the remaining 33 registration areas, multiple cause data were processed on a 100 percent basis.

The multiple cause-of-death public-use file for those years contains only those records where the multiple cause field is coded. A separate public-use tape containing underlying cause, demographic, and geographic data for every death in the United States is available but contains no multiple cause data.




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