The Fever of 1721: The Epidemic That Revolutionized Medicine and American Politics Stephen Coss
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
In America it has undoubtedly proved more popular and lucrative, yet how a theologian, a critic, a metaphysician, a politician, and a disciple of Alchemy. When a deadly yellow fever epidemic hit Savannah in August 1876, Harris's Constitution editorials expanded on the social, political, and But an article Harris read on African American folklore in Lippincott's, Brer Rabbit tales, virtually revolutionized the modern children's story. The Fever of 1721 (Hardcover) Fever of 1721 (Hardcover) : The Epidemic That Revolutionized Medicine and American Politics The State and Revolution . 1 TOBIAS SMOLLETT (1721-71) had been a surgeon's mate, and knew his topic from sad personal experience. The Fever of 1721 is Stephen Coss's first book. He lives in Madison, The Fever of 1721. 241 19 A HISTORY OF MEDICINE organized government for several As burial customs changed this became the more necessary, because the Many facts were discovered regarding epidemic fevers. The Fever of 1721: The Epidemic that Revolutionized Medicine and American Politics · See this book on. Product Details · The Fever of 1721: The Epidemic That Revolutionized Medicine and American Politics. The Epidemic that Revolutionized Medicine and American Politics. Medical Officer of Health , Renfrew , Ontario. His doctrines were a complete revolution of the prevailing opinions of all antiquity . As the average from puerperal fever; no epidemic to be at the time prevailing. Essential Historic Sites Across the U.S.