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Contents List of Tables Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction 1 Vaccination in Early Nineteenth-Century England and Wales 2 The Creation of a Public Vaccination Service 3 Compulsory Vaccination and Divisions among Practitioners 4 Central Control over Public Vaccination 5 The Failure of Central Supervision 6 Challenges to Vaccination Policy 7 Ireland: The Failure of Poor Law Vaccination 1840¿50 8 Failure and Success: Irish Public Vaccination 1850¿80 9 Vaccination in Scotland: Victory for Practitioners Conclusion Appendices Notes Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Vaccination -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
Vaccination -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century.
Vaccination -- history -- England.
Vaccination -- history -- Ireland.
Vaccination -- history -- Scotland.
Vaccination -- history -- Wales.
History, 19th Century -- England.
History, 19th Century -- Ireland.
History, 19th Century -- Scotland.
History, 19th Century -- Wales.
Politics -- England.
Politics -- Ireland.
Politics -- Scotland.
Politics -- Wales.