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Annual report of the North Carolina Department of Labor Reports available include: 1887 - 1888 - 1889 - 1890 - 1891 - 1893 - 1894 - 1895 - 1896 - 1897 - 1898 - 1899 - 1900 and more. Subjects include agricultural statistics, labor laws, mines and mineral resources, textile industry, and industrial safety. Search by Subject: North Carolina. Department of Labor--Periodicals

Gaston County: economic and social by S. H. Hobbs, Jr. Raleigh, North Carolina: Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., 1920. Natural Resources, Industries, Wealth and Taxation, Rural White Schools, Farm Conditions and Practices.

Faith in Gastonia! A booklet on Gastonia at the time of publication, including its population, climate, number of manufacturers and local GDP, as well as type of manufacturing done in the region. 1929.

City of Gastonia, North Carolina. Comparison of Appropriations with Expenses General Fund - Debt Service Fund, June 30, 1944 (City departments, General Operations, Electric Department, Water Department)

The Young, The Old, and The Mature by Selz C Mayo. June, 1949. Bulletin No. 365. Agricultural Experiment Station, North Carolina State College. A study of the significance of the changing age and sex composition of the rural population.

Gaston County Chamber of Commerce. (brochure, Date unknown, possibly circa 1953)

Population and Economy, Cherryville North Carolina. August 1966. Prepared For: the City of Cherryville, N.C. Lawrence A. Parker, City Manager.

Area wage survey. Charlotte-Gastonia, N.C.   U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, December 1985, 4 p.

1987 Gaston County Profile Population and Housing. Published by Gaston County Economic Development Commission.

North Carolina State government statistical abstract. North Carolina. Division of State Budget and Management. Research and Development Section. 1971; 1973; 1976; 1979; 1984.

Statistical abstract of North Carolina counties [1991] Continues the 1984 publication: North Carolina State government statistical abstract.

Violent death in North Carolina : Gaston County incidents, 2008-2017 (PDF Download) The North Carolina Violent Death Reporting System (NC-VDRS) is a CDC-funded statewide surveillance system that collects detailed information on deaths that occur in North Carolina resulting from violence: homicide, suicide, unintentional firearm deaths, legal intervention and deaths for which intent could not be determined.

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