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Census 2000
Data Tables:

People & Household Characteristics

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Income & Poverty



Educational Attainment

Immigration & Language


Neighborhood Characteristics


East Carrollton Neighborhood

“In 1875, the annexed territory known as East Carrollton provided New Orleanians with the benefit of a rural atmosphere, access to the city and economic advantage. Wealthy families built suburban mansions along St. Charles Avenue in the present East Carrollton neighborhood. By the late nineteenth century, most development in East Carrollton had occurred. It remains stable and no significant land use changes have taken place. It is predominated by single family, two family and multi-family residences.” [Read more in the Neighborhood Snapshot]

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Census 2000 Data Tables: People & Household CharacteristicsHousing & Housing Costs, Income & Poverty, Transportation, Employment, Educational Attainment, Immigration & Language, Disabilities, Neighborhood Characteristics

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