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January 5, 1889

THE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC OF 1888.

JAMA. 1889;XII(1):22. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02400780024005

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Abstract

A special volume on the yellow fever epidemic of 1888 is now in course of preparation by the Supervising Surgeon-General of the Marine Hospital Service. It will include the following special reports, and will be prefaced by an introduction by the Surgeon-General. It is hoped that the volume will be issued early in February.

The following is a plan for the volume on the epidemic of yellow fever, 1887-8:

  1. The Fever at Key West, 1887, by J. Y. Porter, M.D., Captain and Assistant Surgeon U. S. Army, etc.

  2. The Fever at Tampa and Plant City, Palmetto and Manatee, by John P. Wall, M.D., President Hillsborough County Board of Health.

  3. The Fever at Jacksonville, by J. Y. Porter, M.D., etc.

  4. The Fever at Fernandina, by J. W. Ross, M.D., Surgeon U. S. Navy.

  5. The Fever at Gainesville, by Wm. Martin, M.D., Assistant Surgeon U. S. Navy.

  6. The Fever at Enterprise,

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