I was fortunate enough to locate this 1879 volume on one of my favorite bookstore sites, Alibris. I'll be adding more names from this book bit by bit, as time permits, so bookmark this page and check back now and then to see what's new!

Each name listed will also be included in the Index of Names for TheOldenTimes.com.

Yellow Fever Victims

  • Mississippi
    • Cayuga, Hinds County - New!
    • Ocean Springs, Jackson County - New!
    • Morgan City, Leflore County
    • Pass Christian, Harrison County
    • Summit, Pike County
    • Bolton, Hinds County
    • Terry, Hinds County
    • Summit, Pike County
  • Tennessee
    • Moscow, Fayette County
    • Williston, Fayette County
    • Covington, Tipton County
    • McKenzie, Carroll County
    • Rossville, Fayette County

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Epidemics in Our Ancestor's Lives

Books (Including some rare historical works):

Heroes and Heroines of Memphis: Or, Reminisces of the Yellow Fever Epidemics That Afflicted the City of Memphis During the Autumn Months of 1873, 1878, and 1879. to Which is Added a Graphic Description of Missionary Life in Eastern Arkansas icon

An Account of the Bilious Remitting Yellow Fever, as It Appeared in the City of Philadelphia in the Year 1793 icon

Yellow Fever and the South icon

The Mississippi Valley's Great Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878 icon

Yellow Flag: A Civil War Doctor's Journal icon

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