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Estatísticas Demográficas: Pernambuco 1838-1888

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  • Heitor Moura Filho

    (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro-IFCS)

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Demographic statistics were few and unreliable for Brazil and specially for Pernambuco during the XIXth century. This paper discusses some pre- 1872 census statistics, including the creation of public cemeteries, which concentrated information on mortality. Text in Portuguese.

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  • Heitor Moura Filho, 2005. "Estatísticas Demográficas: Pernambuco 1838-1888," Economic History 0501001, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpeh:0501001 Note: Type of Document - doc; pages: 14. Paper presented to the II Portuguese Demography Congress, Lisbon Sep 2004
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    demography population Brazil Pernambuco;

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