Table of contents for Epidemics and pandemics : their impacts on human history / J. N. Hays.

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Preface
1 1. Epidemic in Athens, 430-427 B.C.
2 Malaria in Ancient Rome
3 Plague of the Antonines
4 First Plague Pandemic, 541-747
5 Smallpox Epidemic in Japan, 735-737
6 Leprosy in Medieval Europe
7 Second Plague Pandemic, 1346-1844
8 "French Disease" in Sixteenth Century Europe
9 Epidemics in Sixteenth Century America
10 Epidemics and the Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648
11 Plague in Italian Cities, 1630s
12 Epidemics in China, 1640-1644
13 Plague in London, 1665
14 Smallpox in Iceland, 1707-1709
15 Plague in Marseilles, 1720-1722
15 Smallpox in Boston, 1721
17 Smallpox in Eighteenth Century Europe
18 Plague in Moscow, 1771
19 Influenza Pandemic, 1781-1782
20 Yellow Fever in Hispaniola, 1793-1804
21 Yellow Fever in Philadelphia, 1793
22 First Cholera Pandemic, 1817-1824
23 Consumption in the Nineteenth Century
24 Second Cholera Pandemic, 1827-1835
25 Third Cholera Pandemic, 1839-1856
26 "Fevers" and the Great Famine in Ireland, 1846-1850
27 Typhoid Fever in Cities, 1850-1920
28 Yellow Fever in New Orleans, 1853
29 Fourth Cholera Pandemic, 1863-1875
30 Carri¢n's Disease in Peru, 1870-1871
31 Smallpox in Europe, 1870-1875
32 Measles in Fiji, 1875
33 Fifth Cholera Pandemic, 1881-1896
34 Influenza Pandemic, 1889-1890
35 Cholera Epidemic in Hamburg, 1892
36 Third Plague Pandemic, 1894-?
37 Sixth Cholera Pandemic, 1899-1923
38 Sleeping Sickness in East Central Africa, 1900-1905
39 Typhoid Mary's "Epidemics"
40 Cholera Epidemic in Naples, 1910-1911
41 Poliomyelitis in the United States, 1916
42 Influenza Pandemic, 1918-1919
43 Lung Cancer in the United States, Mid-Twentieth Century
44 Poliomyelitis in the United States, 1945-1955
45 Seventh Cholera Pandemic, 1961-Present
46 AIDS in the United States, 1980s
47 Contemporary AIDS Pandemic
48 The Mad Cow Crisis and Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies, 1985-Present
49 Contemporary Malaria
50 Contemporary Tuberculosis
Epilogue
Glossary

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Epidemics -- History.
Diseases and history.