published under the auspices of the
Committee on Population and Quantitative History
Conference on Latin American History

and the
Committee on Historical Demography
International Union for the Scientific Study of Population
by the
Department of History, University of Minnesota
with funds provided by the
Plumsock Fund
Robert McCaa
Founding Editor:
Nicolás Sánchez-Albornoz


  • Fall 1998, No. 28
    da criança abandonada
    na História do Brasil:
    séculos 18 e 19

    Maria Luisa Marcilio

  • Fall 1997, No. 27
    ©Gordon and Breach Science Publishers
    Mary K. Sandford, ed.
    Investigations of Ancient Human Tissue:
    Chemical Analyses in Anthropology

    Langhorne PA, 1993

  • Fall 1994, No. 26
    Ideogram of Household H38 containing nine persons
    in four conjugal family units stretching over three generations.
    This paper shows that Nahua households were
    remarkably aggregative, high mortality nothwithstanding.

  • Congresses, Conferences, and Symposia Listings


  • Conference on Latin American History

  • H-LATAM Latin American History web site

  • Library of Congress/Handbook of Latin American Studies Home Page

  • Search Population Index

  • UT-LANIC: Latin American Network Information Center at the University of Texas-Austin

  • Population Reference Bureau

  • Organization of American States

  • Population Research Center, University of Texas

  • Inter-American Development Bank

  • INEGI, Mexican National Statistics Institute

  • IBGE, Brazilian Institute of National Statistics

  • NEHD: Nucleo de Estudos em Historia Demografica, Universidade de Sao Paulo

  • The World Factbook 1995

  • United States Statistical Abstract

  • Software for Population Historians

  • Bob McCaa's home page


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