Infant Mortality by Socio-Economic Status for Blacks, Indians and Whites: A Longitudinal Analysis of North Carolina, 1968-1977.

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493
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Bertoli, Fernando, et al.  “Infant Mortality by Socio-Economic Status for Blacks, Indians and Whites: A Longitudinal Analysis of North Carolina, 1968-1977.” Sociology and Social Research 68.3 (April 1984): 364-77.

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An analysis of birth and infant death records showed the greatest infant mortality decline during the 10-year period among Indians (19.9%).  Indians had a higher postneonatal mortality rate than Whites or Blacks.  For overall infant mortality, Indians fell between Whites and Blacks.  Statistics for Indians are not broken down by tribe.

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