Full text: Problems in eugenics

22Exhibit C 50 & 51. 
Relation of Number of Births to Infant Mortality. 
Percentage of Deaths to 100 Births. 
Died during the first year of life. 
The mortality of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd The mortality of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th 
and 4th child is below the average, and 5th child is below the average. 
Greatest vitality shown by 2nd and Greatest vitality .shown by 2nd, 3rd, 
3rd child. and 4th child. 
Figure C 50.Geissler. 
26.429 births to 5,236 marriages 
of members of Saxon coalminers’' 
funds. (Some still-born infants, 
and children of marriages to 
which there were only one or two 
births, are not included). 
Died before reaching the age of 
0.09 of a year, i.e., a little more 
than a month. 
Influence of the Number of Births and the Age of the Parents at the 
Time of Marriage on Infant Mortality. 
(From Riffel’s Tables, after v. d. Velden). 
KB 1*3 Children BH 4*6 Children OH Children 
Percentage of Children Born. 
Children of 
all parents. 
Died before 
reaching 
6ih year.VHusband over 28 
or wife ovt-r 25 
years old. 
Husband over 28 
and wife over 25 
years old. 
Influence of the Number of Children Born to a Family 
on Infant Mortality. 
EUD 3-5 BHI 
Percentage of children born 
Died before reaching 
5th year<M1112*15 Children per Family 
............25.5Zll 
Figure C 51.
	        

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