Walter Francis Willcox

b. 22 March 1861 d. 29 October 1964
  • Margo J. Anderson
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Abstract

Willcox, demographer and statistician, founded the statistical research office in the U.S. Census Office, and was a major innovator in demographic analysis and apportionment theory and methodology in the United States.

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Bibliography

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