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The cholera epidemic of 1873 in the United States.

by United States. Surgeon-General"s Office.

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Cholera,
    • Cholera -- Bibliography,
    • Quarantine -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      GenreBibliography.
      Series43d Cong., 2d sess. House. Ex. Doc. 95
      ContributionsBarnes, Joseph K., 1817-1883., Woodworth, John Maynard, 1837-1879., McClellan, Ely, 1834-1893., Peters, John C. 1819-1893., Billings, John S. 1838-1913., United States. President (1869-1877 : Grant), United States. Public Health Service.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRC131 .A24
      The Physical Object
      Pagination5 p. l., [7]-28, vi, [2], 1025 p.
      Number of Pages1025
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6994675M
      LC Control Number08007647
      OCLC/WorldCa6035940

      Source: "The Cholera Epidemic of in the United States: The Introduction of Epidemic Cholera Through the Agency of the Mercantile Marine: Suggestions of Measures of Prevention", By United States Surgeon-General's Office, Joseph K. Barnes, John Maynard Woodworth, United States President ( Grant), Ely McClellan, John Charles. In June a cholera epidemic occurred and people fled the infant city. Before it ended, the epidemic resulted in deaths and the sudden exodus plus a national economic depression threatened to bankrupt the city at its beginnings. Early Days of Birmingham, looking down 7 .

      The book The Cholera Years: The United States in , , and , Charles E. Rosenberg is published by University of Chicago Press. Cholera rarely spread from person to person but through the contamination of water sources. The "west" had its first taste of the disease in Immigrant ships destined for Canada, carried the disease up the St. Lawrence River. From there, the cholera traveled down Lake Champlain and west by canal boat from Albany to Buffalo.

      (). Margaretha died in the cholera epidemic of to leave her husband Joseph with five children. Joseph later married Elizabeth Morfeld and to this union a son Joseph () was born. Joseph graduated from the United States Military Academy, West Point, and served with the Army cavalry in France during World War I. [xxix] Others within American society saw cholera's causation as based in the unchecked immigration into the United States of foreign born persons-especially the Roman Catholic Irish. And of course, it was true that the Irish died in inordinate numbers during the epidemic.


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Surgeon-General's Office. Cholera epidemic of in the United States: reports prepared under the direction of the Surgeon-General of the Army [J.K.

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Between andfor example, Hungary suffereddeaths from cholera. And Hamburg lost nearly percent of its population due to cholera in the outbreak.

Cholera epidemic of in the United States. The introduction of epidemic cholera through the agency of the mercantile marine: suggestions of measures of prevention. By John M. Woodworth, M. D., supervising surgeon U. (Merchant) Marine hospital service. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., War department.

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Rosenberg, University of Chicago Press, This page paperback tells the story of cholera, one of the most deadly diseases of the nineteenth century. Rosenberg's story covers the three major epidemics through the eyes of New York city by: The Cholera Epidemic of in the United States Issue 95 of Ex.

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Barnes, United States. Surgeon-General's Office, John Maynard Woodworth, John Charles Peters, John Shaw Billings, Ely McClellan, UnitedReviews: 1. This, it said, was “the best in the United States where cholera had existed.” Lafayette, Indiana, also a Wabash river town, attempted to hide the cholera problem in On AugMillicent Ann Stratton of New London in Howard County wrote: “The cholera is in Lafayette, about 10 miles by: 3.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. The cholera epidemic of in the United States. United States. View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. cholera epidemic of in the united states. under the direction oe the surgeon-general of the army.

a.-history of the cholera epidemic of in the united states. by ely mcolellalt, m. by d., assistant suraeon u. b.-history of the travels of asiatic cholera. jobgs" c. pbtees, m.

d., of new york city, and ely mcclellan, m. The second cholera epidemic inalthough not as severe, was enough to note in the Surgeon General’s Office record titled the Cholera Epidemic of in the United States. A report from J.J Author: Jacob Beltran.

The cholera epidemic of killed thousands of people in Europe and North America and created mass panic across two continents. Astoundingly, when the epidemic struck New York City it prompted as many aspeople, nearly half the city's population, to flee to the countryside.

Cholera is an infection of the small intestine by some strains of the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. Symptoms may range from none, to mild, to severe.

The classic symptom is large amounts of watery diarrhea that lasts a few days. Vomiting and muscle cramps may also occur. Diarrhea can be so severe that it leads within hours to severe dehydration and electrolyte : Vibrio cholerae spread by fecal-oral route.

Contributed by: Deb Haines of Mississippi, who bought an old book about Cholera and sent this to share - Images of the original book. Sherman Weekly Patriot Sherman, Texas October 4, The Prevailing Disease at Denison, Texas during the fall of by Alex W.

Acheson, M. Message From The President of the United States, Transmitting. The Cholera Epidemic of in the United States is a classic work of. medical reporting and health statistics. All the epidemics in the United States. are reviewed, many detailed case studies given for the epidemic, and a. bibliography of pages is included.

56 Dr. Halderman, physician at the.Rosenbergs text, considered a classic in Public Health history, explored the short outbreaks of cholera in the United States over the course of 34 years.

Cholera was the major classical 19th century disease, replacing smallpox and malaria as both had been largely dealt with by the time of major industrialization and urbanization/5.Cholera Infects the Midwest as stated by Daniel Drake, M.D.

in his book “History, Prevention and Treatment of Epidemic Cholera”, cholera cannot be contracted by a person carrying the disease alone. John Woodworth, M.D., The Cholera Epidemic of in the United States [30] "The Prevention of Cholera." The New York Times.