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  • Description: yellow
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    • Excerpts from SANITATION IN PANAMA by William Crawford Gorgas.

    • 1915-00-00
    • In the passages Gorgas gives a brief history of yellow fever in the United States, particularly in the Mississippi Valley region, and discusses the economic impact of the disease. He then focuses on Cuba, which had suffered recurring epidemics...
    • 2009-06-25
    • Numbers 41 through 60.

    • 1932-05-08
    • The following articles are included: 41) "A Dozen Old Alabama Towns"; 42) "Sparta, in Conecuh"; 43) "Old LaGrange College"; 44) "Echoes of the Spanish Trail"; 45) "Alabama's First Mail Rider"; 46) "Horse Shoe Robinson of Alabama"; 47) "The Central...
    • 2013-11-22
    • Numbers 621 through 640.

    • 1943-07-11
    • The following articles are included: 621) "Key of Dudleyville"; 622) "Southern League Days"; 623) "The Jeffersonian"; 624) "Brazil's Bull's Eye"; 625) "Opinions of Us"; 626) "Eye-Glasses"; 627) "The Business Office of the Whig"; 628) "Yellow Fever...
    • 2013-11-22
    • Numbers 641 through 660.

    • 1943-11-28
    • The following articles are included: 641) "Old Pucpuggy"; 642) "The Origin of Certain Words"; 643) "A Penny for Your Thoughts"; 644) "That Leaping Lion"; 645) "Four Centuries of Towassa"; 646) "The Third United States Regulars"; 647) "Abbeville...
    • 2013-11-22
    • Numbers 681 through 700.

    • 1944-10-16
    • The following articles are included: 681) "Accent"; 682) "'A Glorious Old Genius'"; 683) "Weeds"; 684) "Echoes of Col. Pickett"; 684 1/2) "Chromolithos"; 685) "Christmas Celebrations"; 686) "Other Gaines Reminiscences"; 687) "Old Time Drug...
    • 2013-11-22
    • Pages from the manuscript of BOYS OF THE 90'S by Thomas Klinge.

    • 1975-00-00
    • In this autobiography, Klinge describes notable people and events in the history of Montgomery, Alabama. The pages included here mention William Jennings Bryan's visit to Montgomery, the election of President William McKinley, a yellow fever...
    • 2009-06-25

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