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Fertility and proto-industrialization in Bohemia

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 January 2009

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1 Schnabel, G. N., Statistische Darstellung von Böhmen (Prague, 1826).Google Scholar

2 Mendels, Franklin F., ‘Proto-industrialization: the first phase of the industrialization process’, Journal of Economic History 32 (1972), 241–61CrossRefGoogle Scholar; ibid., Industrialization and population pressure in eighteenth-century Flanders (New York, 1981).Google Scholar

3 Prague, Czechoslovakia, Statní ústrední archiv v Praze, C.G. Commerz 1806/1825, Box 729.

4 Prague, Czechoslovakia, Statní Oblastni archiv v Praze, Kreis archiv Miadá Boleslav, Matrikam Okresu, Miadá Boleslav M12–15/1, 3, 4, 5.

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