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Brothersjuddcom reviews elizabeth fenn's pox americana : the great smallpox epidemic of 1775-82 - grade: a- okay, admittedly, i'm a book freak, a history geek, a. To link to this object, paste this link in email, im or document to embed this object, paste this html in website. Reviews praise for pox americana pox americana is an excellent book —professor don higginbotham, the university of north carolina at chapel hill. With pox americana, fenn crafts a sprawling narrative detailing the overlooked smallpox epidemic of 1775-1782 in the americas and the tumultuous times of revolution that surrounded it.
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