Evidence and contemporary opinion about the peopling of Australia, 1890-1911
During the quarter of a century around 1900 there ·were some radical changes in Australia's demographic development . The total annual rate of increase of population, ·which had averaged more than 3 per cent during the 1870s and 1880s, fell to only 1 07 per cent in 1903 before climbing back to 3.78 per cent in 1912. The story was the same in migration: an average net intake of 36,000 per annum in the 1800s gave way to a net outflow of 10,000 in 1903, to be followed by a net intake of...[Show more]
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