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The history of the intestinal infections (and typhus fever) in Australia 1788-1923




The history of the intestinal infections (and typhus fever) in Australia 1788-1923




Chapter I. Introduction -- Chapter II. The Evolution of Knowledge of these Diseases -- Chapter III. New South Wales, 1788-1830 -- Chapter IV. New South Wales, 1830-56 -- Chapter V. New South Wales, 1856-1923 -- Chapter VI. New South Wales - Epidemiology -- Chapter VII. New South Wales‚ Aetiology -- Chapter VIII. New South Wales - Vessels Quarantined for these Diseases -- Chapter IX. Victoria, 1835-50 -- Chapter X. Victoria, 1850-1923 -- Chapter XI. Cholera and Typhus Fever in Victoria -- Chapter XII. Epidemiology in Victoria -- Chapter XIII. The Evolution of Theories on Aetiology -- Chapter XIV. Vessels Quarantined in Victoria for this Group of Diseases -- Chapter XV. Queensland, 1824-60 -- Chapter XVI. Queensland, 1860-1923 -- Chapter XVII. Queensland‚ Epidemiology -- Chapter XVIII. Queensland - Aetiology -- Chapter XIX. Queensland - The Kanaka Labour 1863-1900 -- Chapter XX. Queensland- Vessels Quarantined for this Group of Diseases -- Chapter XXI. South Australia, 1836-1923 -- Chapter XXII. Western Australia, 1829-1923, Period 1829-49, Period 1850-60, Period 1860-69, Period 1870-1889, Period 1890-1923 -- Chapter XXlll. Western Australia‚ Aetiology -- Chapter XXIV. Vessels Quarantined in Western Australia -- Chapter XXV. Tasmania, 1804-1823, Period 1804-67, Period 1868-1923 ‚ Epidemiology -- Chapter XXVI. Tasmania‚ Aetiology -- Chapter XXVII. Vessels Quarantined in Tasmania -- Chapter XXVIII. Northern Territory, 1824-1923 -- Chapter XXIX. The Chinese in Australia -- Appendices‚ Numerical list of tables.
At head of title: Commonwealth of Australia. Dept. of Health.
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Service publication / Commonwealth of Australia. Dept. of Health ; no. 36.


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Cumpston, J. H. L. (John Howard Lidgett), 1880-1954, McCallum, F. (Frank), 1890-1946, and Australia. Department of Health, “The history of the intestinal infections (and typhus fever) in Australia 1788-1923,” Fusion: Deakin Exhibits Online, accessed June 16, 2024, https://fusion.deakin.edu.au/items/show/1704.


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