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Figure 1. Map of Colonial India, Imperial Gazetteer, 1907Source: DSAL11 Maps of colonial-era spatial variation by religion are available from Digital South Asia Library. http://dsal.uchicago.edu/reference/gaz_atlas_1909/pager.html?object=22 (June 10, 2010).

Figures 2, 3. District Literacy and Christianity, 1991Source: Office of the Registrar General, 1991

Table 1. Summary Statistics, Colonial-Period Variables

Table 2. Bivariate Correlations (Pearson), Colonial-Period Variables (1921 and 1931 data)

Table 3. Summary Statistics, Postcolonial Period Variables

Table 4. Bivariate Correlations (Pearson), Postcolonial Period Variables

Table 5. Fixed Effects Colonial-Period Models 1-3, 621 obs., 207 groups

Table 6. Fixed Effects Postcolonial Period Models 4-6, 540 obs., 270 groups

Table 7. Fixed Effects Postcolonial Period Models 7-10, 527 obs., 264 groups

Table 8. Additional Robustness Checks, GEE Models 11a -- 13b

Table 9. Christians by Race and Denomination (1901 Census)

Table 10. Professional and Technical Teacher Training According to Religion, 1881--82, Report on Education

Table 11. Distribution of Population According to Religion and Education, Census of 1911

Table 12. Literacy and Christianity in Baroda, Travancore, and Neighboring Princely and British Territories

Table 13. Christian-run Schools, 1908, Travancore

Table 14. District Profile. Source: Census of India 2001

Table 15. Electoral Outcomes, State Assembly, 1957--2007. Source: Author Compilation

Table 16. Additional Robustness Checks for the Democracy Measure, 95 obs., 19 groups, GEE Model 14

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