2 edition of Changes in the distribution of New Mexico"s population between 1930 and 1970 found in the catalog.
Changes in the distribution of New Mexico"s population between 1930 and 1970
Sigurd Arthur Johansen
|Statement||[by Sigurd Johansen.|
|Series||Agricultural Experiment Station research report 222, Research report (New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 222.|
|LC Classifications||S93 .E223 no. 222, HB3525.N6 .E223 no. 222|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 p. (incl. cover)|
|LC Control Number||72610940|
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Pre, public wanted an united India. Post, Muslims wanted a state of their own in fear that Muslim communities would face discrimination and danger in a predominantly Hindu India. The borders of the new states were not finalized which resulted in massive migrations and deaths. Kashmir wanted to be independent of both nations. POPULATION. New Mexico ranked 36th in population in the United States with an estimated total of 1,, in , an increase of 6% since Between and , New Mexico's population grew from 1,, to 1,,, an increase of %. The population is projected to reach 2 million by and million by
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