[The cholera epidemic of 1833 and mortality in Mexico City]

Estud Demogr Urbanos Col Mex. 1992 Jan-Apr;7(1):95-135.
[Article in Spanish]

Abstract

PIP: The author examines the impact of the 1833 cholera epidemic in Mexico City, Mexico, on social, economic, and political aspects of life in that city. She finds that some five percent of the population died during the epidemic, and enumerates them by age and sex.

MeSH terms

  • Age Distribution*
  • Age Factors
  • Americas
  • Cause of Death*
  • Communicable Diseases*
  • Demography*
  • Developing Countries
  • Disease
  • Economics
  • Infections
  • Latin America
  • Mexico
  • Mortality*
  • North America
  • Politics*
  • Population
  • Population Characteristics
  • Population Dynamics
  • Sex Distribution*
  • Sex Factors
  • Socioeconomic Factors*