Table of contents for The 1918 influenza pandemic / by Stephanie True Peters.


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CONTENTS
From the Author
Introduction
Chapter One: 		What is Influenza?
			The History of Influenza
			The Spanish Flu
Chapter Two:		The First Wave
			The First World War
			The First Wave Washes Over the World
Chapter Three: 	The Second Wave
			The Flu Hits Boston
			Fort Devens
			The Flu Spreads
			The Flu in Philadelphia
			The Flu in San Francisco
Elsewhere in the United States
Chapter Four:		The End of the War and The Flu
			The Third Wave
			Looking back
			The Failure of Medical Science
			The Failure of Public Health
Chapter Five: 		The Search for a Killer
			Eighty-Year-Old Lungs
			The Spitsbergen Project
			
Conclusion
Time Line of Influenza Events
Glossary	To Find Out More	Bibliography	Notes on Quotations	Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Influenza History 20th century Juvenile literature, Epidemics History 20th century Juvenile literature, Influenza History 20th century, Epidemics History 20th century, Diseases