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Yellow fever: nature and epidemic character caused by meteorological influences, verified by the epidemics of Shreveport and Memphis in 1873, by that of Savannah in 1876, by the great epidemic of the Mississippi Valley in 1878, and (in the appendix) by the one of Memphis in 1879

Title(s):
Yellow fever: nature and epidemic character caused by meteorological influences, verified by the epidemics of Shreveport and Memphis in 1873, by that of Savannah in 1876, by the great epidemic of the Mississippi Valley in 1878, and (in the appendix) by the one of Memphis in 1879
Author(s):
Spinzig, C. (Carl)
Publication Date:
1880
Publisher:
Saint Louis : G.O. Rumbold & Co., 1880
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
xii, [17]-205 p.
Subject(s):
Yellow Fever -- epidemiology
Epidemics
Southeastern United States -- epidemiology
Identifier(s):
See catalog record: 65030870R
LCCN: 16-4006
http://resource.nlm.nih.gov/65030870R
Description:
NLM Permanence Rating: Permanent: Stable content
Title(s):
Yellow fever: nature and epidemic character caused by meteorological influences, verified by the epidemics of Shreveport and Memphis in 1873, by that of Savannah in 1876, by the great epidemic of the Mississippi Valley in 1878, and (in the appendix) by the one of Memphis in 1879
Author(s):
Spinzig, C. (Carl)
Publication Date:
1880
Publisher:
Saint Louis : G.O. Rumbold & Co., 1880
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
xii, [17]-205 p.
Subject(s):
Yellow Fever -- epidemiology
Epidemics
Southeastern United States -- epidemiology
Identifier(s):
See catalog record: 65030870R
LCCN: 16-4006
http://resource.nlm.nih.gov/65030870R
Description:
NLM Permanence Rating: Permanent: Stable content