The fever of 1721 the epidemic that revolutionized medicine and American politics

Title The fever of 1721 the epidemic that revolutionized medicine and American politics
Names Coss, Stephen.
Book Number DB088350
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation In 1721, Boston faced the worst smallpox epidemic in its history. Preacher Cotton Mather persuaded Doctor Zabdiel Boylston to try implanting smallpox into healthy patients, a procedure that led to the discovery of the benefits of inoculation and vaccination. At the time, however, public outrage forced the doctor into hiding. Unrated. Commercial audiobook. 2016.
Narrator Souer, Bob.
Local Subject Adult Book - AD
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
Medicine & Health - MED
Short Book - SH
History - HST
History, United States - HUS
History, U.S. - 18th Century - HUE
Audience Notes Male narrator.
Unrated. Commercial Audio
LC Subject Medicine - United States - History
Smallpox - Vaccination - History
Smallpox - Vaccination - United States - History - 18th century
Downloadable books
Nonfiction
Talking books
Call Number 616.91200973 ANF
Language English
Released 2016
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, 2016
Original Publication Reissue of: Unabridged. [Old Saybrook, CT] : Tantor Audio, 2016. 9781515924852
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