"Based on the 2000 census, this volume "contains statistical information about U.S. places and the people who live in them. [...] from the largest city to the smallest village - and for all Census Designated Places." Available online through eBrary. A print version of the same edition is in the Sawyer Reference section.
The online version of a five-volume reference work: the standard source for the quantitative facts of the United States. Organized by broad topic areas - population, work and welfare, economic structure and performance, economic sectors, and governance and international relations. The print version is available in the Sawyer Reference Section.
Online version of a 26 volume set. This Encyclopedia represents a massive undertaking to "describe the state of the art in all the fields encompassed within the social and behavioral sciences." The Encyclopedia includes an entire section devoted to Urban Studies.
The online version is available via the link in the catalog to the publisher, Palgrave. The equivalent 8 volume print set is in the Sawyer Reference section. The set is divided into major topical areas, such as Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics.