These "Hand Held Computers" (HHCs) were used for checking and correcting the data by U.S. Census "address canvassers". Workers traveled in teams around Pierce County to make sure a master list of addresses was correct for the 2010 U.S. Census. April 2, 2009 Peter Haley / The News Tribune
These "Hand Held Computers" (HHCs) were used for checking and correcting the data by U.S. Census "address canvassers". Workers traveled in teams around Pierce County to make sure a master list of addresses was correct for the 2010 U.S. Census. April 2, 2009 Peter Haley / The News Tribune PETER HALEY THE NEWS TRIBUNE
These "Hand Held Computers" (HHCs) were used for checking and correcting the data by U.S. Census "address canvassers". Workers traveled in teams around Pierce County to make sure a master list of addresses was correct for the 2010 U.S. Census. April 2, 2009 Peter Haley / The News Tribune PETER HALEY THE NEWS TRIBUNE

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