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Death in Tasmania: Using civil death registers to measure ninteenth-century cause-specific mortality

Kippen, Rebecca


Studies of nineteenth-century cause-specific mortality date from the nineteenth century itself. Of necessity, most of these studies are based on published cause-of-death data, where causes have already been classified according to some system, rather than data from the original death registers. This thesis investigates nineteenth-century Tasmanian mortality. The main data source for this investigation is a computer database containing individual-level death-registration data for Tasmania...[Show more]

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Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d5147700125e
Embargoed until: 2032-08-30


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