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1990 Census Promotional Pins

1990 promotional pins

1990 Census promotional pins in Hmong and English.


Promotional pins distributed at the time of the 1990 Census (in Hmong and English) encouraged residents of Dane County, WI, and the county seat—Madison—to participate in the census. At its conclusion, the 1990 Census counted 367,085 people in Dane County, including 561 reporting they were Hmong.

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Census History Staff | Last Revised: December 08, 2021