Report of Vital Statistics for Rhode Island Volume 66-69

Report of Vital Statistics for Rhode Island Volume 66-69

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...(8,554). During the period of sixty-six years there were recorded, in Rhode Island, 578,195 births, of which number 22,047 were still-born, and 556,148 were living children. During the same period there were recorded 211,288 marriages, and 389,153 deaths. General Results of Registration for each of the last Sixty-six Years. BIRTHS, 1919. The general statistics of births in Rhode Island, during the year 1919, derived from the returns sent to the office of the State Registrar, may be found on pages 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, in Tables I, II, and III. The whole number reported is 14,360, as before stated, and shows a decrease of 1,187 from the number in 1918. Sex Of The Children. Of the 14,360 children whose births were registered in 1919, there were 7,368 males and 6,992 females. This gives 105 males to each 100 females. The following table shows the number and sex, and the proportions of each sex, of the children born in Rhode Island, from 1856 to 1919, in twelve periods of five years each, and also for the last four years. Males to each 100 Years. Males. Females. Females. 1856-1860 10,208 9,717 105.1 1861-1865 10,620 9,345 113.6 1866-1870 13,320 12,543 106.2 1871-1875 15,771 15,046 104.8 1876-1880 16,356 15,567 105.1 1881-1885 17,859 17,106 104.4 1886-1890 20,432 19,467 104.8 1891-1895 25,061 23,550 106.4 1896-1900 27,613 26,577 103.9 1901-1905 30,104 28,577 105.3 1906-1910 33,302 32,066 103.8 1911-1915 35,714 33,759 105.4 1916 7,417 7,205 102.9 1917 7,834 7,414 105. 7 1918 7,923 7,624 105.7 1919 7,368 7,368 105.4 The average proportion for sixty-four years is 105 males to every 100 females. At the end of five years from birth the number of each sex is about equal, the males having a larger mortality during that period., Births And Season. Table...show more

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