TIGER/line 1992 [computer file], the coast-to-coast digital map data base. Data. Washington, DC, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Data User Services Division, 1993-. Contents: Alabama -- Alaska/Hawaii (Outlying areas of the Pacific (OAP)/Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands -- Arizona -- Arkansas -- California (Monterey-Santa Cruz) -- California (Shasta-Yuba)/Nevada -- Colorado -- Delaware/District of Columbia/Virginia -- Florida (Alachua-Osceola) -- Florida (Palm Beach-Washington)/South Dakota -- Georgia (Appling-Twiggs) -- Georgia (Union-Worht)/Louisiana -- Illinois (Adams-Rock Island) -- Illinois (St. Clair-Woodford)/Indiana -- Kansas -- Maine/ Massachusetts/New Hampshire/Vermont -- Maryland/West Virginia -- Michigan -- Minnesota -- Mississippi -- Missouri ( Adair-Scotland) -- Missouri (Scott-Wright and St. Louis City)/Iowa -- Montana -- Nebraska -- New Mexico -- New York (Albany-Warren) -- New York (Washington-Yates)/Connecticut/Rhode Island/New Jersey -- North Carolina (Alamance-Stokes) -- North Carolina (Surry-Yancey)/South Carolina -- North Dakota/Utah -- Ohio ( Adams-Ross) -- Ohio (Sandusky-Wyandot)/Kentucky -- Oregon -- Pennsylvania (Adams-Northumberland) -- Pennsylvania (Perry-York)/Idaho -- Tennessee -- Washington -- Wisconsin -- Wyoming. Summary: Extracts of selected geographic and cartographic information from the Census Bureau's Census TIGER system, containing data describing points, lines and areas on Census Bureau maps and providing information on streets, rivers, railroads, and other line features, where they intersect and the areas they enclose. The topological structure of the Census TIGER data base defines the location and relationship of streets, rivers, railroads, and other features to each other and to the numerous geographic entities for which the Census Bureau tabulates data from its censuses and sample surveys. What makes the TIGER extract products particularly valuable to the GIS environment and the data user community is the direct linkage between the 1990 decennial census data products and the TIGER data base extracts. TIGER's digital description of the Nation's legal and statistical entities includes Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) codes and the Census Bureau codes so that these can be matched easily with the 1990 census data. The 1992 TIGER/Line files are being released by county or statistically equivalent entity based on the 1990 census tabulation and publication boundaries. There will be 3,248 files covering the 50 States and seven statistically equivalent entities. The following identification has been added to Version 5: Elementary School District Code, Middle School District Code, Secondary School District Code, Unified School District Code, 1990 Census Urbanized Area Code, 1990 Urban/Rural Indicator (U/R), 103rd Congressional District Code. TIGER/Line complete coverage includes: the United States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands of the United States, American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Republic of Palau, the other Pacific entities that were part of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (the Republic of the Marshall Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia), and the Midway Islands. (end Introduction).