de Looper, Michael Willem
Analyses of national mortality data in Australia generally do not examine the period before the formation of the Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics in 1905. Yet detailed information on death and its causes is available from the beginning of civil registration in the colonies in the mid-nineteenth century, and in the case of Tasmania, as far back as 1838. By 1856, all colonies had enacted legislation for the compulsory registration of births, deaths and marriages.
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