World Health Crises: Cholera
(see also World Health Crises)
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Briggs, Asa. "Cholera & society in the 19th c.," Past & Present 19 (19??).
Evans, Richard J. "Epidemics & revolutions: Cholera in 19th-c. Europe," Past & Present 120 (8/88):123-46.
Hutchinson, C.A. "The Asiatic cholera epidemic of 1833 in Mexico," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 32 (1958):1-23, 152-63.
Kiple, Kenneth F. "Cholera in the Caribbean," Journal of Latin American Studies (5/85).
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Bilson, Geoffrey. A Darkened House: Cholera in 19th-c. Canada (Toronto, 1980).
Chambers, J.S. The Conquest of Cholera: America's Greatest Scourge (NY, 1938). Evolution of thinking through epidemics of 1832-33, 1849, 1866 & 1873, from miasma to microbes.
Chevalier, Louis (ed.) Le choléra: la primière epidémie du xix siècle (La Roche-sur Yon, 1958). 1832 epidemic as severe a blow to Europe as a war.
Christie, James M.D. Cholera Epidemics in East Africa (London, 1876).
Durey, Michael. The Return of the Plague: British Society & the Cholera, 1831-32 (Dublin, 1979).
Kudlick, Catherine J. Cholera in Post-Revolutionary Paris: A Cultural History (Berkeley: U. of California, 1996).a
McGrew, Roderick E. Russia & the Cholera, 1823-1832 (Madison: U. of Wisconsin, 1965).
Morris, R.J. Cholera 1832 (London, 1976).
Ouchterlony, Orjan & Jan Holmgren. Cholera & Related Diarrheas (Basel, 1980).
Rosenberg, Charles. The Cholera Years (Chicago: U. of Chicago, 1968). Mid-19th c. epidemics in the US.
Snowden, Frank M. Naples in the Time of Cholera, 1884-1911 (NY: Cambridge, 1996).
van Heyningen, William E. Cholera: The American Scientific Experience, 1947-1980 (Boulder, 1983).
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