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The Epidemic By Suzanne Young. Book 4 of Program. Trade Paperback. Hardcover eBook Unabridged Audio Download.
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It was rampant in urban and rural areas, from the densely populated East coast to the remotest parts of Alaska. Young adults, usually unaffected by these types of infectious diseases, were among the hardest hit groups along with the elderly and young children.
The flu afflicted over 25 percent of the U. In one year, the average life expectancy in the United States dropped by 12 years. It is an oddity of history that the influenza epidemic of has been overlooked in the teaching of American history. Documentation of the disease is ample, as shown in the records selected from the holdings of the National Archives regional archives. Exhibiting these documents helps the epidemic take its rightful place as a major disaster in world history.
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