The Political Economy of Fertility in the British West Indies 1891-1921

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Bibliography

Primary Sources

British Colonial Office Records

Annual Colonial Report, No. 436, Grenada 1903

Annual Colonial Report, No. 463, Grenada 1904

Annual Colonial Report, No. 546, Grenada 1906

Annual Colonial Report, No. 590, Grenada 1907

Annual Colonial Report, No. 701, Grenada 1910

Annual Colonial Report, No. 742, Grenada 1911

Annual Colonial Report, No. 792, Grenada 1912

Annual Colonial Report, No. 968, Grenada 1917-18

Annual Colonial Report, No. 1023, Grenada 1918-19


National Archival Records

Annual Report of the Registrar General of Dominica, 1882

Annual Reports of the Registrar General of Grenada, 1891-1921

Annual Reports of the Registrar General of Trinidad, 1891-1900

Annual Reports of the Registrar General of Trinidad and Tobago, 1901-21

Blue Books of Grenada, 1891

Censuses of Grenada, 1891-1921

Censuses of Trinidad and Tobago, 1891-1921

West India Royal Commission Report, 1945


Books and Articles

Alexander, J. C. 1982a. The Classical Attempt at Theoretical Synthesis. Vol. 3: Theoretical Logic in Sociology. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

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