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Number of infant deaths and percent distribution by specified Hispanic origin and race for non-Hispanic population: United States and each State, 1999-2007

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Table 11F provides the number of deaths and percent distribution for infants under 1 year of age by specified Hispanic origin and by race for the non-Hispanic population for each State and the District of Columbia. Deaths and percent distributions are tabulated for total Hispanic and for the Hispanic subgroups Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central and South American, and Other and Unknown Hispanic. Deaths are also tabulated for total non-Hispanic and for non-Hispanic race categories white and black.



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