For more than a century Americans have migrated from the rural communities in which they were raised, but by 1970 this process had begun to change. Nebraska, however, has not reflected this change, and Nebraskans have continued to leave non-metropolitan areas in large numbers. By 1976 the State stood alone among seven central and southern plains states in having non-metropolitan population losses (Miller, 1978).
Ludwig, Armin K.; Hanlon, Gene M.; and DiMartino, David R., "The Impact of Rural Nebraska Industrial Development on the Migration of Rural Youth" (1978). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 86.
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