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About HSUS

  • Winner of RUSA Outstanding Reference Award, Honorable Mention, Dartmouth Medal, and Booklist Editor's Choice
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Editors of the Millennial Edition

Susan B. Carter, Scott Sigmund Gartner, Michael R. Haines, Alan L. Olmstead, Richard Sutch, Gavin Wright

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What Reviewers Say

"For starters, it weighs 29 pounds. It has five volumes. And it's densely packed with more than a million numbers that measure America in mind-boggling detail, from the average annual precipitation in Sweet Springs, Mo., to the wholesale price of rice in Charleston S.C., in 1707... The new edition, which is also available in an online version, is a gold mine for scholars, students and assorted nerds and numbers crunchers..."

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