Same Place, Different Face

This is a snapshot of what Richmond looked like in 1960 and what we saw in the mirror during our last decennial census of 2010.



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Population Numbers

Help me understand the total population and density numbers for Richmond. If the City of Richmond increased in size by 23 square miles in 1970, how can a lower total population number (204,389 down from 219,958 in 1960) end up with a higher population density? (3,292 people per square mile vs. 2,485 in 1960.) Am I missing something?

KSM more than 4 years ago

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