|1.1 Typology of Recent Nonmetropolitan Population Change||32|
|1.2 Nonmetropolitan Counties with High Percentage of Older Population, 1976||36|
|1.3 Concentration of Nonmetropolitan Racial Minorities, 1970||38|
|1.4 Nonmetropolitan Low-Income Counties||42|
|1.5 Principal Industry of Employment in Nonmetropolitan Counties, 1970||44|
|7.1 Nonmetropolitan Passenger Transportation in 1962, 1967, and 1972||257|
|13.1 Median Income of Mexican-Origin Families by Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan Residence, 1973 and 1976||531|
|14.1 Interacting Elements That Determine Housing Cost||564|
|14.2 Association Between House Age and Value and Household Income for Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Areas by Region, 1977||570|
|14.3 Relationship Between Household Income and Household Size in Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Areas, 1976||571|
|14.4 Housing Market Equilibriums in Small and Large Communities||586|
|15.1 Conventional and Alternative Water Technology Cost Functions||596|
|15.2 Demand and Costs of a Public Service||599|
|15.3 Public Service Average Cost Curve||605|
|15.4 One Sector of a Nonmetropolitan Development Model||606|
|16.1 Nonfederal Physicians per 100,000 Population by County, from Most Urban (9) to Most Rural (1), 1970||623|
|16.2 Geographic Distribution of 22,925 U.S. Medical School Graduates and Foreign Medical Graduates Licensed Between 1967 and 1971, by Specialty Groups||628|
|21.1 Economic Development Regions||776|
|21.2 Regional Water Resources Planning Entities||780|
|21.3 Economic Development Districts||786|
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Book title: Nonmetropolitan America in Transition.
Contributors: Amos H. Hawley - Editor, Sara Mills Mazie - Editor.
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press.
Place of publication: Chapel Hill.
Publication year: 1981.
Page number: xiii.
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