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Logan Library

Reacting to the Past: London: Home

A resource guides for students engaged in the game London 1854: Cesspits, Cholera and Conflict over the Broad Street Pump

"The Story of Cholera"

Pandemic!

Cholera has always ranked high among the deadliest diseases to plague mankind. However, it was even more dangerous when doctors and scientists didn't know what caused it or how to prevent its exponential spread. (Image by Wikimedia Commons)

Cholera 1854 Game

Further Reading

Cholera: A More Recent Outbreak

While the people of modern London have their fair share of problems, cholera is not one of them. The disease, however, is far from vanquished, and still exists in other countries. One recent outbreak took place in Haiti and left the country devastated. 

Dr. Snow's Map

The map Dr. John Snow used to track the spread of the disease was fundamental to ending the 1854 cholera epidemic. (Image by mediainstitute.edu)

Library Work Study

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Lisa McCormick, MLS
Contact:
Logan Library, Room 122
830-792-7418

Central Characters in the Outbreak

Dr. John Snow, father of epidemiology (Image by ucla.org)

Reverend Henry Whitehead, curate of the Church of Saint Luke (Image by ucla.edu)

 

The Ghost Map