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|Contributions||Hall, Charles Scott. [from old catalog]|
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Report of the expedition for the relief of yellow-fever sufferers of the lower Mississippi. (Washington, Gov't print. off., ), by United States War Department (page images at HathiTrust) A memorial to Congress to secure an adequate appropriation for a prompt and thorough improvement of the Mississippi River, with an appendix by Sylvester.
Report of the expedition for the relief of yellow-fever sufferers of the lower Mississippi. (Washington, Gov't print. off., ), by United States War Department (page images at HathiTrust) Proceedings of a court martial for the trial of Surgeon B.
Byrne, held at Fort Moultrie, S. C., on March 24th, Lower Mississippi Valley: The entire Mississippi River Valley from St.
Louis south was affected, and tens of thousands fled the stricken cities of New Orleans, Vicksburg, and Memphis. An estimatedcases of yellow fever resulted in s deaths.
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Charles. During the summer and fall of the South was scourged by the most terrible epidemic of yellow fever that has occurred for years. Thousands had perished from the disease.
The suffering and destitution of the inhabitants of the lower Mississippi valley, especially between Memphis and Vicksburg, was so great that the National Relief. Relief for the Sufferers by Yellow Fever in Norfolk and Portsmouth. Details of Four Days' Later News from ; Arrival of the Union and the America's Mails.
1. That a pension be granted to the widow of the late Lieutenant Henry H. Benner, Eighteenth Infantry, who lost his life by yellow fever while in command of the steamer. J.M. Chambers, sent with supplies for the relief of sufferers in the South from that disease.
InJ. Weeks, E. Cassell, H. Scoggins and J. Horton were jurors. In March, ; President Speight was authorized to draw on the State Treasurer for $30, Sabine's share of an appropriation for the relief of sufferers from floods and drouth. CONDITION AND DISPOSITION OF THE NAVY.
The following documents were communicated, at the 1st session of the 18th Congress, by the President of the United States, with his message of December 2, ] Navy Department, December 1, Sir: In obedience to the request contained in your letter of the 10th instant, I submit, respectfully, the.
the yellow fever at savannah.; meeting of railroad agents to devise means of relief for the sufferers the miniature yacht regatta.
wyoming county nominations. a sensational story about hell gate. notes of the campaign. the methodist preachers. affairs in south carolina.; wade hampton's friends preparing to adopt the mississippi policy.
Like their cousins on the lower Mississippi, these prairie Acadians settled atop the natural levees on long-lot Spanish land grants facing the water map Among the other early settlers in the Attakapas District was a family from eastern Louisiana, today's Alabama, who settled on the Teche near where the Acadians established their "initial.
Full text of "Report of the Sanitary Commission of New Orleans on the epidemic yellow fever, of " See other formats. The lower Mississippi valley, including the Arkansas, etc., furnished 32 per cent.
During March, April and May,the time of highest stage of the water of the lower Mississippi, the outflow at Red River Landing and through the Atchafalaya measured cubic miles.
Navy Department, December 6, The following report of the transactions of the navy of the United States, during the present year, with a view of the several subjects connected with its interests, is respectfully laid before the President of the United States. The expedition of De Soto reaches the Mississippi River.
Coronado, coming from Mexico, reaches the interior, probably northeastern Kansas. The Huguenots attempt a settlement on the coast of South Carolina.
Huguenot settlement on the St. John’s River in Florida. 13 Founding of St. Augustine by the Spanish. BOOK THREE: French Louisiana. BOOK ONE: Acadia. BOOK TWO: The Great Upheaval. BOOK FOUR: a party of Bayougoula and Mugulasha from the lower Mississippi valley happened to be hunting in the neighborhood, or so they said; they may very well have been in the area to attack the Biloxi or the Mobile.
but also to organize a relief expedition. The Big Sandy news. [volume] (Louisa, Ky.)SeptemImage 1, brought to you by University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
Benner, Eighteenth Infantry, who lost his life by yellow fever while in command of the steamer _J.M. Chambers_, sent with supplies for the relief of sufferers in the South from that disease.
The establishment of the annuity scheme for the benefit of the heirs of deceased officers, as suggested by the Paymaster-General.
Yellow Fever Epidemic. - Yet the summer of brought sad news with it. Yellow fever, breaking out in Tampa, spread to Jacksonville, and from there to some smaller places.
Jacksonville especially suffered. The fever raged there several months, and many citizens died. DRAFT OF REPORT OF THE HARRISBURG CONFERENCE OF SEPTEMBER 3, We, &c., are united in opinion that a federal government is the only one that can preserve the liberties and secure the happiness of the inhabitants of such an extensive empire as the United States, and experience having taught us that the ties of our Union, under the Articles of.
Page v. EDITOR'S PREFACE. IN presenting to the British Public the Autobiography of a Negro Slave, it may be expected of me, as Editor, to state the circumstances under which this narrative came into my hands, and my reasons for believing that it is really what it professes to be, namely, The Life, Adventures, and Experiences of an African Prince, named Zamba, who succeeded.
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(Richmond: H. Ellyson, ), ; Statistical Gazetteer, Yellow fever is caused by the yellow fever virus, a 40 to 50 nm wide enveloped RNA virus, the type species and namesake of the family Flaviviridae. It was the first illness shown to be transmissible via filtered human serum and transmitted by mosquitoes, by Walter Reed around .
New Berne, North Carolina, January 1st, Major George J. Carney, A. M., Supt. Gen. of Negro Affairs, Department of Virginia and North Carolina. Sir: In this, my Annual Report, I crave your indulgence in making an occasional reference to events which occurred previous to the yearit being essential alike to a dear statement of facts, and a just estimate of my official labors.
The book had probably last belonged to Mr. Cyrus G. Simons, a prominent lawyer of Jonesboro many years ago, who had also practiced law in Alexander County in the years toand represented Union county in the legislature.
The book contained twenty-five separate documents or papers, all relating to by: 3. This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book.
Kindle: KB: This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices. EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty.
ePub: KB. No matter how anxious people living at a distance of more than miles from Omaha may be to view the beauties of our magnificent exposition, no considerable number living east of the Mississippi or west of the Rockies will venture to gratify their desire unless they can do so at very much lower fares than have prevailed up to this time.
Edward King Illustrations by J. Wells Champney xiv, ,  p., ill. Hartford, Conn. American Publishing Co. Call number C K52 (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) The electronic edition is a part of the UNC-CH digitization project, Documenting the American South.
The text has been entered using double-keying and verified. Full text of "Annual report of the State Board of Health of Massachusetts" See other formats.
the evening and the morning star is published every month at independence, jackson county, mo., by w. phelps & co. the price is one dollar for a year in advance, except special contracts with the church.
every person that sends us $10, (u. paper,) shall be entitled to a. An old confederacy of red tribes once possessed the lower Mississippi lands, beginning with the Houmas, near our present "coast," and numbering many clans whose very names are now forgotten. These nations built their forts from Bayou Boeuff to Red River, ranging across the Teche and Atchafalaya, and through all the beautiful Attakapas.
Encyclopedia of Pestilence, Pandemics, and Plagues ADVISORY BOARD Ann G. Carmichael, Co-Director of the Center for the Study of the History of Medicine, Indiana University Katharine Donahue, Head of History and Special Collections, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA John Parascandola, President of the American Association for the History of Medicine ().
Report of the Expedition for the Relief of Yellow-Fever Sufferers on the Lower Mississippi by Unknown Author Transactions of the Medical Association of Georgia, by Medical Association of Georgia Malaria and Malarial Diseases by George Miller Sternberg.
Memphis daily appeal. [volume] (Memphis, Tenn.)NovemImage 4, brought to you by University of Tennessee, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
Full text of "Annual report of the American Historical Association" See other formats. Question: Robert Boisjoly and Allan McDonald attempted to prevent this event, the latter of whom wrote a book titled for Truth, Lies, and some objects involved in this event.
The Kerwin Report found that three out of four PEAPS had been activated during this event. The company Morton Thiokol was fined in its aftermath.
PSYCHOTHERAPY INTRODUCTION. To physicians who are students not alone of the manifestations of disease but also of the workings of human nature, there are few chapters in the history of medicine more interesting than those which record the welcome by each generation of the supposed advances in the treatment of disease.
RE48v44n80p2c1, February 8,LATEST FROM MEXICO. The New Orleans Picayune of the 30 th ultimo contains various matters of interest, form which we select the following. Among the passengers on the Maria Burr, from the Rio Grande, came Lieut. Franklin, of the Topgraphical Engineers – a gallant young officer who rendered himself conspicuous at Buena Vista as a .Translated literally from the order book of the 8 th company of the permanent regular Cuirassiers, found on the battle ground of Buena Vista, Febru by.
Chas. W. Davis,Capt. And A. Q. M. U.S.A. [We know not the poetizer that thus condenses the report of Santa Anna to the Mexican minister of war the battle of Buena Vista.]."Title varies:Report on Canadian Archives;Report of the work of the Archives Branch; /15, Report of the work of the Public Archives.
No reports issued for,Also found in Canada. Parliament. Sessional Papers,and in the Annual Departmental Reports, / Reports for were not .