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|Title:||Indiana State Board of Health Monthly Bulletin, 1900 Vol. 2 No. 1|
|Authors:||Indiana State Board of Health|
|Keywords:||Indiana;Descriptive Statistics;Age-specific death rate;Cause-specific death rate;Infant mortality;Homicide;Suicide;American Public Health Association;Bluffton (City);Sanitation;Well Water;Typhus Fever;Pins and Needles;Dairy Products;Milk;School Buildings;Bread;Railroad Cars;Health Legislation;Disease Transmission, Person-to-Person;Seamstresses|
|Description:||Analysis of mortality statistics for October, 1900 p. 1 / Sickness during October p. 2 / How to prevent epidemics in Indiana p. 3 / The unsanitary pin p. 4 / Clean bread p. 4 / Bluffton's health Ordinance p. 5 / Indianapolis meeting of the American Public Health Association p. 6 / Chart showing geographical distribution of deaths from certain communicable diseases p. 9 / Deaths in Indiana by geographical sections and counties during the month of October, 1900 p. 10 / Deaths in Indiana by cities during the month of October, 1900 p. 11 / Mortality of Indiana for October, 1900 p. 12 / Indiana climatic data for October, 1900 p. 12|
|Other Identifiers:||Indiana State Board of Health. Monthly Bulletin. (1900); 2(1): 1-12.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Medicine|
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