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Supplementary Documents:
  • 03: John Snow (1849), On the Mode of Communication of Cholera; lightly edited, annotated, images added. Download: PDF
  • 03a: Snow's description of the Albion Terrace oubreak (1849), annotated with maps and images by Ralph Frerichs. http://www.ph.ucla.edu/epi/snow/1859map/albionterraceoutbreak_1849_a2.html
  • 04-III: Thomas Wakley reviews (1849) Edmund A. Parkes, Earliest Cases of Cholera which Occurred in London. Download: PDF
  • 04-IIIa:Edmund A. Parkes (1849), An inquiry into the earliest cases of cholera in London. Download: PDF
  • 09–II: Snow (1849), "On the pathology and mode of communication of cholera" [editing and annotations to come]. Download: PDF
  • 09–IIa: Snow (1849) Word comparison of Mode of Communication of Cholera and "Pathology and mode of communication of cholera"—an example of his reasoning by repetition and accretion. Download: PDF
  • 10-I: General Board of Health (1850), Extracts from Report on the cholera epidemic of 1848-49. Download: PDF
  • 10-II: General Board of Health (1850), Extracts from Report on the cholera epidemic of 1848-49, Appendix A [John Sutherland]. Download: PDF
  • 10–III: General Board of Health (1850), Extracts from Report on the cholera epidemic of 1848-49, Appendix B [Richard Grainger]. Download: PDF
  • 11: General Register Office [William Farr] (1852), Extracts from Report on the 1848-49 cholera epidemic Download: PDF
  • 13: Snow (1851), "On the mode of propagation of cholera" [editing, addition of images, and annotations to come] Download: PDF
  • 13a: Snow (1851), Word comparison of Mode of Communication of Cholera, "Pathology and mode of communication of cholera," and "Mode of propagation of cholera"—another example of his reasoning by repetition and accretion. Download: PDF
  • 30–III: Cholera Inquiry Committee of St. James, Westminster parish (1855), "Mr. York's Report" on contamination from drainage at 40 Broad Street, in Report on the Cholera Outbreak. Download: PDF
  • Streeter, Richard: "Eliza Reid (1841–54)"—a genealogical and historical narrative of one of the earliest victims of the Broad Street cholera outbreak. http://johnsnow.matrix.msu.edu/work.php?id=15-78-292