This major contribution to the demographic history of the vast Philippine archipelago explores many as yet unexplained phenomena in the country's population trends since the 16th century. Tables, maps, parish records and civil archives, with a glossary and bibliography, contribute to the 12 essays which raise many important demographic historical, medical and economic issues which have as yet received little organised study.
Population and History: The Demographic Origins of the Modern Philippines
AuthorsDoeppers, Daniel F. & Peter Xenos (eds)
PublisherUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison