Volume 34 - Article 31 | Pages 885–898

The 'New Great Migration' of Blacks to the U.S. South: Estimating duration of residence in the absence of retrospective information

By Jack DeWaard, Katherine J. Curtis, Glenn V. Fuguitt

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