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A great addition to my public health library. I must continue reading on the subject to check the veracity and value of certain events and the possibility of omissions of others!Published 18 days ago by 2thdoc
A well written and thoroughly researched narrative of a series of smallpox epidemics that swept over North America in the late 18th century. Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Albin
A little bit too emphatic on the importance of small pox on American history. No doubt that this disease player a roll in historical events in our country. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard J. Immekus
This is my first semester in college, and I chose this book (at the suggestion of my Professor) to do my final paper. Read morePublished 4 months ago by spottiest
If you are one of the few people reading this book i am guessing the reviews do not matter as you are probably required to read it for a class. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Devan Nicely
Purchased for research on a paper regarding Washington's strategic decision to inoculate there Continental Army against smallpox. Best medical history work I have ever read.Published 12 months ago by Walter M Matthews, MD
Even though the description suggested it may or may not have had highlights, marks, etc. I bought it anyway for the sake of college, and i was more than pleased with the product. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kelsey Marie
There are some good reads on the topic of epidemiology - McNeil's Plagues and Peoples or Jared Diamond or Kenneth Kipple or Preston. This writer just isn't that good.Published 15 months ago by Stevi Stephens