Census Reports; Eleventh Census 1890 Volume . 4, . 1

Census Reports; Eleventh Census 1890 Volume . 4, . 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...per 1,000 deaths from known causes, excluding stillbirths, in the registration area and some of its subdivisions, during the census year, with distinctions of sex, color, general nativity, and parental nativity: It will be seen from this table that the proportion of deaths due to this group of diseases to known causes was slightly greater among females (white 200.31, colored 1S4.5G) than among males (white 198.01, colored 181.21); that it was slightly greater among the whites (203.00) than among the colored (182.82); that it was much greater among the native born whites (212.97) thau among tbe foreign born whites (101.57), which is due to the age distribution of the two classes; and that among the native born it was greater among those having one or both parents foreign born (301.70) than among those of whom both parents were native (209.31). The following table shows for the registration area and some of its subdivisions the death rates due to this group of diseases during the census year at all ages and in each of six age groups, per 100,000 of population of those age groups, with distinction of sex: DEATH BATES PEIl 100,000 OF POPULATION OF COKBESPONDIXO AGES. All ages. Registration area Males Females Males Females States Males Females Cities Males Females Kural Males Females Cities in nonregistration states Males Females Cities of 100,000 population and upward Males Females Metropolitan district Males Females 440.52 414.03 455. 04 It will be seen from this table that the death rates from this group of diseases were highest of all in infants ind young children; that they were lowest in the age group 15 to 45 years, and increased after the age of 05 years. In infants under 1 year of age in the registration states, the deatli rates from this...show more

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  • 9781236489999