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|Title:||Indiana State Board of Health Monthly Bulletin, 1900 Vol. 1 No. 12|
|Authors:||Indiana State Board of Health|
|Keywords:||Indiana;Descriptive Statistics;Age-specific death rate;Cause-specific death rate;Infant mortality;Homicide;Suicide;Well Water;Saliva;Spitting;Typhoid;Quincy (City);Owen County;Disease Transmission;House;Cause of Death;Drinking Water Quality;Food Inspection;Lockjaw;Tetanus;Knox County;Monroe City;School Buildings;Crematories;Whooping Cough;Patient Isolation;Sexually Transmitted Diseases;Venereal Diseases|
|Description:||Analysis of mortality statistics for September p. 117 / Sickness during September p. 118 / Looking Backward p. 118 / The revision of the Bertillon classifications of causes of death p. 119 / Pure water on the farm p. 120 / The water we use p. 120 / A typhoid house p. 124 / Chart showing geographical distribution of deaths from certain communicable diseases p. 125 / Deaths in Indiana by geographical sections and counties during the month of September, 1900 p. 126 / Deaths in Indiana by cities during the month of September, 1900 p. 127 / Mortality of Indiana for September, 1900 p. 128 / Indiana climatic data for September, 1900 p. 128|
|Other Identifiers:||Indiana State Board of Health. Monthly Bulletin. (1900); 1(12): 117-128.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Medicine|
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