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Daytona Beach

(Encyclopedia) Daytona Beach dātō´nə [key], city (1990 pop. 61,921), Volusia co., NE Fla., on the Atlantic coast and Halifax River (a lagoon); inc. 1876. Center of a rapidly urbanizing area, in a region ...

Daytona Beach, FL Census Data

FloridaAtlas People QuickFactsDaytona BeachFloridaPopulation, 2003 estimate 64,58117,019,068Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2003 0.7%6.5%Population, 2000 64,…

Daytona Beach, FL Demographic Statistics

FloridaAtlas NumberPercentTotal population64,112100.0SEX AND AGEMale32,00449.9Female32,10850.1Under 5 years3,1895.05 to 9 years3,1745.010 to 14 years3,0714.815 to 19 years5,1798.1…

Daytona Beach, FL Economic Statistics

FloridaAtlas NumberPercentEMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation 16 years and over54,221100.0In labor force30,68456.6Civilian labor force30,62856.5Employed27,50450.7Unemployed3,1245.8Percent…

Daytona Beach, FL, Housing Statistics

FloridaAtlas NumberPercentTotal housing units33,374100.0UNITS IN STRUCTURE1-unit, detached13,62040.81-unit, attached1,5424.62 units1,6715.03 or 4 units2,8178.45 to 9 units3,42210.…

Daytona Beach, FL Social Statistics

FloridaAtlas NumberPercentSCHOOL ENROLLMENTPopulation 3 years and over enrolled in school18,104100.0Nursery school, preschool7954.4Kindergarten6453.6Elementary school (grades 1-8)…

Bethune-Cookman College

(Encyclopedia) Bethune-Cookman College, at Daytona Beach, Fla.; United Methodist; coeducational. Named for its founder and first president, Mary McCleod Bethune , the school was formed as a result of a ...

Hamilton, Lee Herbert

(Encyclopedia) Hamilton, Lee Herbert, 1931–, U.S. politician, b. Daytona Beach, Fla. A lawyer (J.D. Indiana Univ., 1956), he left private practice after winning a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives i...

shuffleboard

(Encyclopedia) shuffleboard, sport in which players use cue sticks to push disks onto a scoring diagram at either end of a concrete or terrazzo court. The court is 52 ft (15.85 m) long and 6 ft (1.83 m) wide....

NASCAR

(Encyclopedia) NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing), organization that sanctions American stock-car races, est. 1948. It held its first race in Daytona Beach, Fla., in 1948 and began its fi...