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Supplementary Documents:
  • 03: John Snow (1849), On the Mode of Communication of Cholera; lightly edited, annotated, images added. Download: PDF
  • 03: 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: Edmund A. Parkes (1849), An Inquiry into the Bearing of the Earliest Cases of Cholera, which Occurred in London during the Present Epidemic, on the strict Theory of Contagion. Download: PDF
  • 04-III: Thomas Wakley's review (1849) of Edmund A. Parkes, 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–II: 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
  • 13: 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
  • 14: The "grand experiment," John Snow's epidemiological study of Thames water consumption and cholera mortality in South London: Overview of documents.
  • 14–III: The "grand experiment": a—Genesis (1855–01). Download: PDF
  • 14–IV: The "grand experiment": b—Initial inquiries and strategy for completion. Download: PDF
  • 14–IV: The "grand experiment": c—Unexpected denominator problem.
  • 16–I: Deaths registered at Middlesex Hospital during the outbreak. Download: PDF
  • 16–II: Flo's Sojourn. Florence Nightingale's nursing stint at Middlesex Hospital. An experiment in historical narration. Download: PDF
  • 16–II: Flo's Sojourn. Historiographical unpacking, formulated as a research prospectus to investigate an historical problem. 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
  • Guidelines for constructing a research prospectus and a research essay [a companion to 16:II, historiographical unpacking]. 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