Fertility, Food And Fever: Population, Economy And Environment In North And Central Sulawesi, 1600-1930. Using a rich variety of Dutch historical sources, the author attempts to reconstruct and analyse patterns of demographic, economic and landscape change in the northern half of Sulawesi over a period of almost three and half centuries. He gives particular attention to the articulation between demographic and economic growth, to levels and determinants of reproductive fertility, to changing disease environments and to the issue of agricultural sustainability and its preconditions.
Fertility, Food and Fever
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