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29 March 2013

In the Early Days

When states and counties began maintaining vital records, it was relatively common for many births and deaths to not be recorded. As time moved forward, the percentage of births and deaths that were actually entered in the records increased. But don't be surprised if the number of births and deaths recorded in those first few years seems "too low." It probably is.

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