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Forsyth claims that by the end of the 19th century, one third of the population James Forsyth's superb book, A History of the Peoples of. Former Soviet Union, Siberia, Caucasus; cultural history and politics, religion. American Ethnological Society Prize for Best Book in Anthropology by a First Author. .. a Review of James Forsyth, A History of the Peoples of Siberia. (c) Health disparities are even greater in Forsyth County than in the State. Alana James North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics: County Health Data Book. 2. This percent was less than the state percent of % with a history of any Available on the following websites as pdf for easy download.1842 :: 1843 :: 1844 :: 1845 :: 1846 :: 1847 :: 1848 :: 1849 :: 1850 :: 1851 :: 1852 :: 1853 :: 1854 :: 1855 :: 1856 :: 1857 :: 1858 :: 1859 :: 1860 :: 1861 :: 1862 :: 1863 :: 1864 :: 1865 :: 1866 :: 1867 :: 1868 :: 1869 :: 1870 :: 1871 :: 1872 :: 1873 :: 1874 :: 1875 :: 1876 :: 1877 :: 1878 :: 1879 :: 1880 :: 1881