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Researching Your Topic
This research guide is for your use, especially in History of Epidemics, HIST5701. Follow the tabs along the top to access materials and get tips for effective research. Take advantage of all the resources - print and electronic - and ask for help from the reference librarians at the Gelman or Himmelfarb Library.
Links to recommended resources containing data and statistics
Historical Statistics of the United States
Contains over 37,000 statistical time series from the earliest dates of United States history to most recent available at the time of publication in 2006. *This item is available for borrowing and there are additional copies in the REFERENCE section and off-site storage.* If the circulating copy is unavailable, you can request the copy in storage.
Cholera epidemic of 1873 in the United States
John Maynard Woodworth (1837-1879)
1st Surgeon General: http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/history/biowoodworth.htm
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.
Mothers & children.
Book illustrations. Cholera epidemic of 1873 in the United States.
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