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HIST 5701: History of Epidemics: Home

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Cholera epidemic of 1873 in the United States

Mississippi River steamer crowed with men, women and children during the Cholera Epidemic


John Maynard Woodworth (1837-1879)
st Surgeon General:
Interior of a Mississippi River steamer crowded with men, women, and children 'deck passengers,' ...
Washington: Government Printing Office, c 1875.
1 print : wood engraving Old Negative no. 76-155 520
Many people are sprawled out on the floor among barrels and cartons, wagons, hay, and at the far end of the deck, horses.
Sleep. 6502\a
Mothers & children.
Disease Outbreaks.
Book illustrations. Cholera epidemic of 1873 in the United States.



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