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12D Intercensal increase 19401950 of native whites and of native nonwhites
Natural increase and net migration
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age group Appendix Tables birth Census of 1950 center of population crease curve decennial decrease differences displacement due displacement rates distribution District of Columbia due to migration East North Central economic estimates Figure foreign foreign-born whites gions gration in-migration indicated INTERCENSAL PERIOD internal migration interstate displacement MIGRATION OF NATIVE Mississippi Mississippi River native whites natural increase Nebraska Negro population nonwhites North Dakota Northeast Northeast Maine number born Oklahoma other-state born out-migration percentage persons born primary and reverse primary migration proportion rate of attraction rate of gain rate of impact rate of increase rate of loss rates for native rates of displacement rates of natural rates of primary redistribution relative return migration reverse migration rise Source South Carolina streams subre Subregion C-l T0 TM Tab1e tion tive TM TM Tota1 trend United urban growth urban population Virginia weighted means West West Virginia whites and Negroes