Plagues & Epidemics
From a history of plumbing, this site focuses on this history of water-borne diseases.
Plagues by State, City, Date
A history of plagues & epidemics, mostly US.[The original link is broken. This link points to an archived copy on the Wayback Machine]
Reported Outbreaks of Infectious Disease, Maryland, 1731-1870
Medical Care in the City of Baltimore, 1752-1919.
The 1832 cholera epidemic in East London
The American Experience - Influenza, 1918
Companion web site to the PBS documentary.
The Cholera Epidemic of 1873
Historic narrative of the epidemic in Birmingham, Alabama including an early map of the city showing areas of the disease.
The Cholera Epidemic of 1873 in Birmingham Alabama
Article by David Bishop.
The Great Pandemic : : The United States in 1918-1919
The National Archives | The Catalogue | Research Guides - Nineteenth Century Public Health and Epidemics: Some PRO Sources
The S.S. England Page
In the spring of 1866, the S.S. England, a steamship from Liverpool, England, was bound for New York with over 1,300 passengers. Hundreds died from an outbreak of cholera.
U.S. Epidemics 1657 1918
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