Full text: Problems in eugenics

418Section IV.F. W. Mott. 
(figure with a cross); she had a daughter who behaved in a similar manner, 
was married twice, then became insane; by her first husband she had two 
children born dead. 
Fig. 9.—A pedigree showing pauperism, fecundity, insanity, and infant 
mortality. Shaded circles indicate infants dying in early life. 
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Fig. 10.—A pedigree showing pauperism, insanity (black half circles), 
and blindness in four generations (Lidbetter.) 
Fig. 10 
Figs. 11, 12, and 13.—Three pedigrees to illustrate “ antedating the 
onset of insanity in the offspring is shown to occur at a much earlier age than 
in the parents. These pedigrees also illustrate extreme cases of hereditary 
transmission of the neuropathic taint; as a rule not more than one insane
	        

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