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Town and City

 By Frances Gulick Jewett


York City, fresh air, hire rooms
York City, microbes, MULBERRY
Old-law houses, New-law houses, tenement houses
Vineland, alcohol, Suffolk County
microbes, STREET SWEEPER, Colonel Waring
Neighbor mine, Colonel Waring, STREET-CLEANING LEAGUES
Riker's Island, wlth, Park Row
Seward Park, Hester Street, public bath
fire escapes, fireman, fire drill
alcohol, Number, Saloons
non-abstainers, expect to live, total abstainer
CROTON DAM, Chelsea, Watertown
cholera, typhoid fever, Peiho
typhoid fever, Oberlin, sewage
Merrimac River, sewage, Nashua
sand filter, niters, oxygen
Japan, Japanese, Russian
Emperor of Japan, House of Peers, smoked irregularly
cubic centimeter, raw milk, NUMBER
cubic centimeter, milk, ROCHESTER
tuberculosis, antitoxin, diphtheria
Abraham Lincoln, Little Turtle, treaty of Greenville
anopheles, malaria, mosquitoes
tuberculosis, Tenement, malaria
quito, lute, glst
River, waste, Water

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Places mentioned in this book

Brookline, Massachusetts - Page 266
What has Brookline accomplished? CHAPTER XXX In China how did the natives formerly treat a man with the plague? What used to be the objection to our ...
more pages: 241 243
Vineland, New Jersey - Page 258
Mention some differences between Vineland and New Britain in 1893. What things are people glad to be taxed for? CHAPTER V What difference is there in ...
more pages: 27 28
Plymouth, Pennsylvania - Page 261
CHAPTER XIV Describe the epidemic in Plymouth, Pennsylvania. Where did the typhoid microbes come from? What did that one epidemic cost Plymouth? ...
more pages: 107
Chicago - Page 117
Through this lawsuit the state of Missouri tried to compel the state of Illinois to prevent Chicago from sending sewage onward to the Mississippi ...
more pages: 44 63 115 261
St. Louis - Page 117
The defense argued that so much lake water went on with the sewage that the liquid which reached St. Louis from Chicago was purer than that which the ...
more pages: 57 116
Cleveland - Page 261
What did Cleveland do? What difference did the new arrangement make in the typhoid death rate? What did Chicago do to improve the drinking water? ...
more pages: 111 115 124 164 184 255 264
Plymouth - Page 120
man ill with typhoid fever above Plymouth, and of all the people who died, we realize that even very dilute typhoid sewage is perilous stuff to drink. ...
more pages: 109 261
Rochester, New York - Page 184
The reason for the rush was that a man was down with smallpox in Rochester, New York, and he said that he had come from this particular lodging house ...
more pages: 161 263
New Orleans - Page 236
stole a passage in some cargo from Central America and arrived in New Orleans as hungry as those Italian anopheles were when they reached London. ...
more pages: 237 239 266
New York - Page 58
The truth is that neither New York nor any other large city has ever been very careful to follow the second Spartan rule about caring for the health ...
more pages: 15 16 44 64 92 152 183 203 207 259
Nashua - Page 121
Lowell is farther downstream than Concord, Manchester, and Nashua, while Lawrence stands below Lowell. Indeed, the two places are only nine miles ...
more pages: 120
Greenville - Page 223
is more to be feared than the gun and tomahawk ; there are more of us dead since the treaty of Greenville than we lost by the six years' war before. ...
more pages: 221
Annapolis - Page 144
Seaver's work at Yale, and said that both in the military academy at West Point and in the naval academy at Annapolis the United States government ...
Oberlin, Ohio - Page 226
It was started in Oberlin, Ohio, on the 2ist of October, 1903, and it seemed to pick up the temperance subject where Lincoln left it off in 1846; ...
more pages: 109 255
Rome - Page 266
Which kind went from Rome to London laden with malarial blood? What was the result? How do the malaria microbes get from one person to another? ...
more pages: 99 100 101 230 232
Boston - Page 44
Men from Boston and Chicago then went to New York on purpose to see just what was being done and just how it was done, while young citizens in ...
more pages: 22
London - Page 260
CHAPTER XIII What did the Romans do for drinking water? What two water lessons has China learned? What did the cholera records for London.
more pages: 9 25 102 110 125 218 230 236 254 266
Detroit - Page 191
The calves shown in the picture live in Detroit, Michigan. They belong to the same company that owns the antitoxin horses.
more pages: 180
Elmira, New York - Page 24
Elmira, New York, has a large reformatory for convicts, who come from all parts of the state. They often live to be honest law-abiding citizens ...
Brockton, Massachusetts - Page 28
Brockton, Massachusetts, learned this in 1898, when her population was about forty thousand. She had kept saloons out for eleven years, then voted to ...
Baltimore - Page 221
for in i So i the Committee on Indians invited Little Turtle to go to Baltimore and tell them how they could be most useful to him and to his people. ...
more pages: 212
Houston - Page 32
On Sullivan Street, from Houston to Bleecker, barrels of ashes and garbage were in front of nearly every door; and along the side of the street piles ...
Newport - Page 31
able to get nothing out of it but disgrace for himself, and that, for his own sake he would do well to resign and go back to his own home in Newport. ...
Springfield, Illinois - Page 224
Cleopas Breckenridge, of Springfield, Illinois, was a boy at that time. He says that one day in 1846 there was to be a temperance meeting near the new ...
New Britain, Connecticut - Page 27
To come nearer home again, in 1873 Vineland, New Jersey, and New Britain, Connecticut, were towns of about the same number of inhabitants. ...
Brooklyn - Page 34
It is only on rough cobblestone streets, like those in Brooklyn, that machines seem to be needed. The newest and best street-cleaning work is done ...
Kansas City - Page 22
Louis, Cincinnati, Kansas City, and thousands of smaller places. Cities take lessons from each other, and the larger the city the larger the lesson. ...
Berlin - Page 125
PURIFICATION OF WATER AND SEWAGE The State Board of Health now advised Lawrence to put in large out-of-door niters, as London and Berlin had done. ...
Dublin - Page 27
It also swept things so clean that there were only twenty-three prisoners in Bridewell prison at Dublin instead of one hundred and thirty-six, ...
Toledo, Ohio - Page 216
Toledo, Ohio, is one of the principal beer cities of America, and various people there are making thousands of dollars every year by selling beer to ...
St. Paul, Minnesota - Page 246
An interesting example of this is in St. Paul, Minnesota. In that city the hospital that has special contagious-disease wards claims to keep t\vo ...
Glasgow - Page 215
Between 1847 and 1849 a great cholera epidemic in Glasgow attracted so much attention that Professor Adams studied it carefully for the sake of ...
Paris - Page 175
The steps that led him to the discovery were so new and unexpected that when he finally announced the result to the Academy of Science in Paris, ...
Philadelphia - Page 237
In Philadelphia, for example, in 1798, over three thousand citizens died of it, while New York had over two thousand deaths during the same year from ...
Lawrence, Massachusetts - Page 255
Reports of the Water Board of the City of Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1902-1905. SEDGWICK, WILLIAM T., Principles of Sanitary Science and The Public ...
Tokyo - Page 138
Major Seaman, from whom we learn most of these facts, says that when he visited the military hospital in Tokyo he found that over one thousand wounded ...
more pages: 144
Hiroshima - Page 138
Early in the war 6636 men had been wounded and taken to the reserve hospital at Hiroshima; yet up to.