Nutrition and Economic Development in Post-Reconstruction South Carolina: an Anthropometric Approach
Examines the height of students who attended The Citadel, the military academy in Charleston in the late-19th and the first half of the 20th century. Shows a long stagnation in the biological standard of living in this part of the South until the 1910s, when it began to increase substantially.
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|Publication status:||published in Social Science History, 1995, 19, 91-116|
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