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Allen, S. “Scientists Recreate 1918 Flu Pandemic Virus,” The Boston Globe, October 6, 2005.

Beveridge, W. “ The Chronicle of Influenza Epidemics,” History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 1991. 

Bucki, Deborah Bruch.  “A History of Buffalo’s Medical Response to the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919” in Medical History in Buffalo: Collected Essays (State University of New York Press, 1996).

Brown, D. “1918 Flu Epidemic Teaching Valuable Lessons,” The Washington Post, December 13, 2006.

Chandler, M. “A President's Illness Kept Under Wraps: Woodrow Wilson's Deteriorating Health Detailed in Doctor's Correspondence,” The Washington Post, February 3, 2007.

Charles, A.D. “The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919: Columbia and South Carolina’s Response,” Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association, August, 1977. 

Dietrich, W. “The Enemy Within: A Cautionary Tale of Disease, Indifference and Devastation,” Pacific Northwest (The Seattle Times Magazine), October 24, 2004.

Doherty, William.  “A West Virginia County’s Experience with the 1918 Influenza Epidemic,” West Virginia History, 1977.

Ensley, P. “Indiana and the Influenza Pandemic of 1918,” Indiana Medical History Quarterly, 1983. 

Emerson, G.M. “The ‘Spanish Lady’ in Alabama.” Alabama Journal of Medical Science, April 1986.

Fee, Elizabeth; Brown, Theodore and Therman, Paul.  “The Influenza Pandemic of 1918,” American Journal of Public Health, December 2001. 

Forman, J. “Team Hopes to Unearth 1918 Flu Virus,” The Boston Globe, November 3, 1997.

Galishoff, S. “Newark and the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine,  Spring, 1969.

Gernhardt, Gary.  “A Forgotten Enemy: The Public Health Service’s Fight Against the 1918 Influenza Pandemic,” Public Health Reports, 1999. 

Goodson, L. “Pandemic,” The Manhattan Mercury, March, 1998.

Henry, F. “Different Time, Different Reaction to Deadly Flu,” The Cleveland Plain Dealer, October 18, 2005.

Hildreth, M. “The Influenza Epidemic of 1918-1919 in France: Contemporary Concepts of Aetiology, Therapy and Prevention,” Social History of Medicine, August, 1991. 

Johnson, N. and Jurgen M. “Updating the Accounts: Global Mortality of the 1918-1920 ‘Spanish’ Influenza Pandemic, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Spring, 2002.

Katz, R. “Influenza 1918-1919: A Further Study in Mortality,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Winter, 1977. 

Keen-Payne, R. “We Must Have Nurses: Spanish Influenza in America 1918-1919, Nursing History Review, 2000.

Kirkpatrick, G.W. “Influenza 1918: A Maine Perspective,” Maine Historical Quarterly, 1986. 

Killingray, D. “The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919 in the British Caribbean,” Social History of Medicine,  April, 1994. 

Kolata, G. “The 1918 Flu Killed Millions.  Does It Hold Clues for Today?”  The New York Times, March 28, 2006.

Kolata, G. “Experts Unlock Clues to Spread of 1918 Flu Virus,” The New York Times, October 6, 2005.

Lautarat, R.L.  “Alaska’s Greatest Disaster: The 1918 Spanish Influenza,” Alaska Journal, 1986. 

Luckingham, B. “To Mask or Not to Mask: A Note on the Spanish Influenza in Tucson,” Journal of Arizona History, 1984. 

Lynch, E. “Flu,” The Pennsylvania Gazette, November/December,1998.

McLaurin, A. “The Influenza Epidemic of 1918 in Shreveport,” Journal of the North Louisiana Historical Association, 1982.

McShane, C. “The 1918 Kansas City Influenza Epidemic,” Missouri Historical Review, 1968. 

Morrisey, Carla R. "The Influenza Epidemic of 1918" Navy Medicine, May/June 1986.

Mullin, P and Nelson, M. “Montanans and the Most Peculiar Disease: The Influenza Pandemic and Public Health, 1918-1919,” Montana, 1987.

Palmer, E. and Rice, G. “A Japanese Physician’s Response to Pandemic Influenza: Ijiro Gomibuchi and Spanish Flu in Yaita-Cho, 1918-1919,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Winter, 1992. 

Rockafeller, N.  "In Gauze We Trust: Public Health and Spanish Influenza on the Home Front, Seattle 1918-1919," Pacific Northwest Quarterly, July 1986,

Robinson, K. “The Role of Nursing in the Influenza Epidemic of 1918-1919,” Nursing Forum, 1990.  

Sage, Mary Wilson.  “Pittsburgh Plague 1918: An Oral History,” Home Healthcare Nurse, January, 1995.

Scott, K.A., “Plague on the Homefront: Arkansas and the Great Influenza Epidemic of 1918,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 1988. 

Snape, “Influenza Epidemic: Popular Reaction in Camden, 1918-1919,” New Jersey Medicine, March, 1987.

Springer, J.K., “1918 Flu Epidemic in Hartford, Connecticut,” Connecticut Medicine, January, 1991. 

Thomison, J.B. “The 1918 Influenza Epidemic in Nashville,” Tennessee Medicine: Journal of the Tennessee Medical Association, August, 2006. 

Tomkins, S.M. “The Failure of Expertise: Public Health Policy in Britain during the 1918-1919 Influenza Epidemic,” Social History of Medicine, December, 1992.           

Wheeler, S.  “Remembering the Spanish Influenza,” The Vermont Guardian, December 28, 2004.

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