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What was the natural population growth of Scotland between 1600 and 1900?
By natural, I mean as a result of births and deaths, rather than emmigration and immigration. I can find data for the total population size (e.g. here) but not for natural population moves and I ...
Jun 7 '12 at 0:12
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