To be summarized: The Historical Urban Ecological (HUE) data project was created for exploring and analyzing the urban health environments of seven major United States cities – Baltimore, Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Cincinnati, Manhattan, and Philadelphia – from 1830 through 1930.
To summarize: This data collection presents information about the causes of deaths occurring during 1981. Part 1, the Mortality Detail file, describes every death or fetal death registered in the United States for 1981. Part 2, Multiple Cause of
To summarize: This study explores attitudes and perceptions related to urban problems and race relations in 15 northern cities of the United States (Baltimore, Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Gary, Milwaukee, Newark, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, San Francisco,
This sample of the National Crime Survey contains information about victimization in 26 central cities in the United States.
This data collection was designed to assess the effects of the New York Juvenile Offender Law on the rate of violent crime committed by juveniles. The data were collected to estimate the deterrent effects of the law and to permit
This dataset contains information extracted from Certificate of Need (CON) applications, Limited Review Applications (LRAs) and Notices submitted by health care and long term care providers licensed by the New York State Department of Health.
A transcription and data modeling project centering on the NYC Municipal Archives bodies in transit ledgers, this ongoing work looks at the individuals and officials at the heart of public health in the city in the second half of the
The Digital Almshouse Project captures the experiences of Irish-born patients admitted to New York's Bellevue Almshouse between 1845 and 1852.