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Slave Families and the Hato Economy in Puerto Rico$

David M. Stark

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780813060439

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2015

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813060439.001.0001

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(p.183) Appendix 3 Frequency Distribution of Birth Intervals for Married and Unmarried Enslaved Mothers, Arecibo, 1708–1791

(p.183) Appendix 3 Frequency Distribution of Birth Intervals for Married and Unmarried Enslaved Mothers, Arecibo, 1708–1791

Source:
Slave Families and the Hato Economy in Puerto Rico
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University Press of Florida

Interval (months)

Married mothers

Unmarried mothers

N

%

Cum. %

N

%

Cum. %

< 12

17

4.8

4.8

20

3.5

3.5

13–18

73

20.7

25.5

65

11.4

14.9

19–24

99

28.1

53.6

120

21.1

36.0

25–30

58

16.5

70.1

112

19.7

55.7

31–36

36

10.2

80.3

66

11.6

67.3

37–42

33

9.4

89.7

50

8.8

76.1

43–48

11

3.1

92.8

29

5.1

81.2

49–54

6

1.7

94.5

35

6.2

87.4

55–60

3

0.9

95.4

17

3.0

90.4

61–66

5

1.4

96.8

16

2.8

93.2

67–72

5

1.4

98.2

9

1.6

94.8

73–78

0

7

1.3

96.1

79–84

1

0.3

98.5

3

0.5

96.6

85–90

2

0.6

99.1

3

0.5

97.1

91–96

2

0.6

99.7

5

0.9

98.0

97–102

1

0.3

100.0

3

0.5

98.5

103–108

0

3

0.5

99.0

109 >

0

6

1.0

100.0

352

100.0

569

100.0

(p.184)