Table of contents for America's forgotten pandemic : the influenza of 1918 / Alfred W. Crosby.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog

Information from electronic data provided by the publisher. May be incomplete or contain other coding.

Part I. An Abrupt Introduction to Spanish Influenza: 1. The great shadow
Part II. Spanish Influenza: The First Wave - Spring and Summer, 1918: 2. The advance of the influenza virus
3. Three explosions - Africa, Europe, and America
Part III. The Second and Third Waves: 4. The United States begins to take note
5. Spanish Influenza sweeps the country
6. Flu in Philadelphia
7. Flu in San Francisco
8. Flu at sea on voyage to France
9. Flu and the American expeditionary force
10. Flu and the Paris Peace Conference
Part IV. Measurements, Research, Conclusions, and Confusions: 11. Statistics, definitions, and speculations
12. Samoa and Alaska
13. Research, frustration, and the isolation of the virus
14. Where did the flu of 1918 go?
Part V. Afterword
15. An inquiry in the peculiarities of human memory.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Influenza United States History 20th century, Epidemics United States History 20th century