AMJ The Association Medical Journal, a precursor of the British Medical Journal.
BMJ The British Medical Journal, the publication voice of the British Medical Association.
CB Richard H. Ellis, ed. The Casebooks of Dr. John Snow. London: Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 1994. The pagination in citations refers to Ellis, not Snow’s originals.
CC&SoM Peter Vinten-Johansen, Howard Brody, Nigel Paneth, Stephen Rachman, and Michael Rip, with the assistance of David Zuck. Cholera, Chloroform, and the Science of Medicine. A Life of John Snow. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.
CIC Cholera Inquiry Committee. Report on the Cholera Outbreak in St. James, Westminster during the Autumn of 1854. London: Churchill, 1855.
CMC John Snow, On Continuous Molecular Changes, More Particularly in Their Relation to Epidemic Diseases. London: Churchill, March 1853.
CMoS Chicago Manual of Style
GRO General Register Office.
HMSO Her Majesty’s Printing Office, London.
JSA&RC The John Snow Archive & Research Companion <http:// johnsnow.matrix.msu.edu/index.php>. Peter Vinten-Johansen, content manager. Hosted by MATRIX: The Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences at Michigan State University.
LMG London Medical Gazette.
MCC John Snow. On the Mode of Communication of Cholera. London: Churchill, 1849.
MCC2 John Snow. On the Mode of Communication of Cholera. 2nd ed. London: Churchill, 1855.
MH Middlesex Hospital
MTG Medical Times and Gazette (London).
OC John Snow. On Chloroform and Other Anæsthetics. Benjamin Ward Richardson, ed. London: Churchill, 1858.
OED Oxford English Dictionary [The two-volume, compact edition from 1971, unless otherwise specified.]
PDF Portable Document Format.
PMCC John Snow. On the pathology and mode of communication of cholera. London Medical Gazette 44 (2 November 1849): 745-52; and (30 November 1849): 923-29.
S&V Southward and Vauxhall Water Company.
SoL Francis H.W. Sheppard, ed. Survey of London. Vol. 31, The Parish of St. Anne Soho. London: Athlone Press, 1966. Vol. 32:2, The Parish of St. James Westminster, Part 2: North of Piccadilly. London: Athlone Press, 1963.
SoLo South London, specifically the natural experiment involving a comparison of cholera mortality during the 1854 epidemic in the shared watershed of the Lambeth and Southwark & Vauxhall Water Companies, conducted by John Snow, John Joseph Whiting, and sub-district registrars from the GRO under the supervision of William Farr.
SoLo56 John Snow. Cholera and the water supply in the south districts of London in 1854. Journal of Public Health, and Sanitary Review 2 (October 1856): 239-57.
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