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The Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic of 1793 (1998)

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Authors & Contributors
Apel, Thomas
Sukumar P. Desai
Warden, Paul Michael
Forbes, Amy Wiese
James K. Mattie
Kim, S.
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Social Science History
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
Medizinhistorisches Journal
Medical History
Korean Journal of Medical History
Washington State University
University of California, Santa Barbara
Georgetown University
University of Pennsylvania Press
University of Chicago Press
Stanford University Press
Yellow fever
Public health
Disease and diseases
Rush, Benjamin
Lee, Samuel H. P.
Jean Charles Faget
Deléry, Charles François
Franklin, Benjamin
Audouard, Maxence
Time Periods
18th century
19th century
20th century, early
20th century
17th century
United States
Philadelphia, PA
New Orleans (Louisiana, U.S.)
Connecticut (U.S.)
West Indies
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

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