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Foreword by Warren Winkelstein Jr.
Chronology of Significant Events in Public Health
Part I Early Roots
1	Hippocrates
	On Airs, Waters, and Places (c. 400 BCE)
2	John Graunt
Natural and Political Observations Mentioned in a Following Index, and Made Upon the Bills of Mortality (1662, Abridged)
3	James Lind
	A Treatise on the Scurvy (1753, Abridged)
4	George Baker
	An Essay Concerning the Cause of the Endemial Colic of Devonshire (1767)
5	Percival Pott
	Cancer Scroti (1775)
6	Edward Jenner	
	An Inquiry Into The Causes And Effects Of The Variolae Vaccinae: A Disease Discovered In Some Of The Western Counties Of England, Particularly Gloucestershire, And Known By The Name Of The Cow-Pox (1798)
7	Peter Ludwig Panum
	Observations Made During the Epidemic of Measles on the Faroe Islands in the Year 1846 (1847, Abridged)
Part II The Sanitary Reform Movement
8	William Farr
	Introductory to a Course on Hygeine, or the preservation of The Public Health (1835)
	On the "Table of Mortality" for the Metropolis (1840)
	A Short Method of Constructing Life Table (1845)
9	Edwin Chadwick
	Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain and On the Means of Its Improvement (1842, Abridged)
	A Supplementary Report on the Results of a Special Inquiry into the Practice of Interment in Towns (1843)
10 	John Simon
	Excerpts from City of London Medical Reports (1849, 1850, 1852)
11	Lemuel Shattuck
	Report of the Sanitary Commission of Massachusetts 1850 (1850, Abridged)
12	John Snow
	On The Mode Of Communication Of Cholera (1854, Abridged)
13	Edward Jarvis
	Insanity and Idiocy in Massachusetts-Report of the Commission on Lunacy, 1855
14	William Budd
	Typhoid Fever-Its Nature, Mode of Spreading, and Prevention (1873)
15	Florence Nightingale
	Sanitary Condition of Hospitals and Hospital Construction (1859)
16	Ign c Semmelweis
	The Etiology, the Concept and the Prophylaxis of Childbed Fever (1860, Abridged)
17	Robert Koch
	The Aetiology of Tuberculosis (1882)
	On Bacteriological Research (1890)
Part III	 The Progressive Era
18	Jacob A. Riis
	How the Other Half Lives (1890, Abridged)
19	Upton Sinclair
	The Jungle (Partial work, 1905)
20	Abraham Flexner
	Medical Education in the United States & Canada-A Report to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (1910, Abridged)
21	Joseph Goldberger
	The Etiology of Pellagra: The Significance of Certain Epidemiological Observations With Respect Thereto (1914)
22	Margaret Sanger
	Family Limitation (c. 1915)
23	Alice Hamilton
	Women in the Lead Industries (1919)
24	Abel Wolman
	Chlorine Absorption and the Chlorination of Water (1919)
Appendix I
Appendix II

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Public health -- History.
Public Health -- history -- Collected Works.