the historical roots of high rates of infant death in aboriginal communities in canada in the early twentieth century: the case of fisher river, manitoba.infant mortality is investigated for a period of thirty years at the beginning of the 20th century in the aboriginal nations community of fisher river, manitoba. infant mortality rates were generated from parish records of infant burials from the methodist mission at fisher river and later archived at the united church archives in winnipeg, man. the average infant mortality rate (imr) for the total period (1910-1939) was 249 per 1000 live births, an exceedingly high rate compared to modern imrs ...199910405019
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