Yellow Jack

Yellow Jack

Title

  • Yellow Jack

Published Date

  • published 1941

Transcript

[page 13]

CITATIONS

1. Report of the Jacksonville Auxiliary Santiary Association on the
Epidemic of 1888 (Appendix).

2. Parasitism and Disease; Smith, Theobald; Rockefeller Institute for
Medical Research, 1934; pp. 155-156.

3. Smith, p. 157.
Report on the Etiology and Prevention of Yellow Fever; Sternberg,
George M., Surgeon U. S. Army, 1890; pp. 11-35.

4. Yellow Fever; Carter, Henry Rose; 1931; pp. 145, 152, 153, 154.

5. History of Yellow Fever; Augustin, George; 1909, pp. 639, 767.
Carter, pp. 265-271.

6. Ibid. pp. 810-813, 814, 806, 805, 815.

7. Letter from Dr. William J. L'Engle, Key West, to his cousin, Col.
Miller Hallowes, St. Marys, Ga., Nov. 10, 1854. (In Library
Florida State Board of Health).

8. Report of Sanitary Association (see Citation 1); pp. 11-75; 116-
117.

9. Walter Reed and Yellow Fever; Kelly, Dr. Howard A.; 1906; pp. 122-
149.

10. Paper on "Yellow Jack"; MacDonnell, Dr. George N.: Director of
Public Health, Miami, Fla.; 1938 (in library at Florida State Board of
Health).

11. History of Yellow River Since the New Orleans Epidemic of 1905;
Sawyer, Dr. W. A. (Reprint from Southern Medical Journal,
March 1932; pp. 291-296 (In library Florida State Board of
Health).

12. Paper on "Yellow Jack"; MacDonnell, Dr. George N.; Director of
Public Health, Miami, Fla.; 1938 (in library at Florida State
Board of Health).

13. History of Yellow Fever Since the New Orleans Epidemic of 1905;
Sawyer, Dr. W. A. (Reprint from Southern Medical Journal,
March 1932; pp. 291-296 (In library Florida State Board of
Health).