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The Lambeth cholera outbreak of 1848-1849

Amanda J. Thomas

The Lambeth cholera outbreak of 1848-1849

the setting, causes, course, and aftermath of an epidemic in London

by Amanda J. Thomas

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by McFarland & Company in Jefferson, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cholera -- England -- London -- History -- 19th century,
  • Cholera -- England -- London -- Epidemiology,
  • Cholera -- epidemiology -- London,
  • Cholera -- history -- London,
  • Disease Outbreaks -- history -- London,
  • History, 19th Century -- London,
  • Rivers -- London,
  • Vulnerable Populations -- London

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAmanda J. Thomas.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC133.G6 T46 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23928740M
    ISBN 109780786439898
    LC Control Number2009039036

    The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of The Setting, Causes, Course and Aftermath of an Epidemic in London. This work brings together a unique range of sources to reveal a forgotten episode in London's ed opposite Westminster on the south bank of the River Thames, by Find in a Library Find The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of near you.

    The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5. Snow expanded his reports on his cholera research in a book entitled On the Mode of Communication of Cholera published in London the same year. That book contained more statistical data confirming his theories. Over the next five years Snow continued his research, publishing a second edition of the book in This was so greatly revised and expanded that it was essentially a new work.5/5(3).

    The cholera outbreak in , originating somewhere in Europe, traveled all the way across the Atlantic Ocean though infected sailors. One of these trading ships was actually quarantined soon after its arrival on Staten Island; however, a few of the passengers escaped. Following the incident, cases of cholera began to emerge in the slums of the. The Broad Street cholera outbreak (or Golden Square outbreak) was a severe outbreak of cholera that occurred in near Broad Street (now Broadwick Street) in the Soho district of the City of Westminster, London, England, and occurred during the – cholera pandemic happening worldwide. This outbreak, which killed people, is best known for the physician John Snow's study .


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Situated opposite Westminster on the south bank of the River Thames, by Lambeth's waterfront had become London's industrial center and a magnet to migrant workers.

The book exposes the suffering of the working population in the face of apathy and ineptitude, and convincingly challenges the long-standing belief Cited by: 8. This work brings together a unique range of sources to reveal a forgotten episode in London’s history.

Situated opposite Westminster on the south bank of the River Thames, by Lambeth’s waterfront had become London’s industrial center and a magnet to migrant workers. The book exposes the suffering of the working population in Pages: Situated opposite Westminster on the south bank of the River Thames, by Lambeth’s waterfront had become London’s industrial center and a magnet to migrant workers.

The book exposes the suffering of the working population in the face of apathy and ineptitude, and convincingly challenges the long-standing belief that London’s numerous cholera outbreaks.

Amanda Thomas' new book The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of –, however, attempts to convince us that we have missed a crucial episode in the history of nineteenth-century cholera, the –49 outbreak in Lambeth, the London district on the south bank of the River : Jacob Steere-Williams.

The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of includes a day- by-day account of the epidemic, citing individual cases which could help solve many family historians’ brick walls. The work also explores the close relationship between Lambeth and Rochester and how this influenced migration in the early years of the industrial revolution.

Situated opposite Westminster on the south bank of the River Thames, by Lambeth's waterfront had become London's industrial center and a magnet to migrant workers.

The book exposes the suffering of the working population in the face of apathy and ineptitude, and convincingly challenges the long-standing belief 5/5(2). As a result, cholera was established as an endemic disease in the upper Midwest.

Further outbreaks took place in, andultimately resulting in the deaths of hundreds of individuals. This book is the story of those outbreaks and the efforts to control : Amanda J Thomas. The river was the source of contagion when cholera struck Lambeth in October and killed almost two thousand of the waterfront population before the disease waned in the autumn of At the time, it was thought cholera was transmitted through the air in foul smells, or miasma.

The Broad Street cholera outbreak was a severe outbreak of cholera that occurred in near Broad Street (now Broadwick Street) in the Soho district of London, England, and occurred during the third cholera pandemic. rarely talked about cholera outbreak of which resulted in nea deaths in England.

Amanda’s surprise at this, combined with her journalistic background, resulted in her detailed research into the cholera epidemic and its causes, culminating in the publication of her book The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of File Size: 1MB. Amanda edits the journal, The Clock Tower, for Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre since and published The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of InAmanda was approached by Wall to Wall Productions to advise on Series Ten of the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are?/5(2).

Her book, The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak ofprompted London's Lambeth Council to commission her to write a heritage plaque dedicated to the victims of the epidemic which was erected on the South Bank in Situated opposite Westminster on the south bank of the River Thames, by Lambeth's waterfront had become London's industrial center and a magnet to migrant workers.

The book exposes the suffering. The narrative was written by Amanda J. Thomas, author of a well-known book on the Lambeth cholera epidemic of In addition to the Lambeth scourge, the plaque mentions the work of Dr. John Snow, who wrote of the Lambeth cases in part three of his book, On the Mode of.

She has previously worked in journalism and PR, for television companies including The Walt Disney Company. Amanda edits the journal, The Clock Tower, for Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre since and published The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of Brand: Pen & Sword Books Limited. Her book, The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of prompted London’s Lambeth Council to commission Amanda to write a heritage plaque dedicated to the victims of the epidemic which was erected on the South Bank in /5(7).

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Conditions were therefore just right for the serious spread of cholera. The outbreak began in Edinburgh in October ofhaving arrived there from a German port. This outbreak would cause o deaths in England and Wales.

It reached Wales in May ofthe first outbreak. The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of The Setting, Causes, Course and Aftermath of an Epidemic in London. This specific ISBN edition is currently not Range: £ - £ The data re-analysed in this paper, first published by Farr in5 relate to deaths from cholera that were registered in London during (a total of 14, deaths, see Table 2).

This was part of the second outbreak of cholera to affect the UK and began on 22 September when a sailor was diagnosed with the condition in by:.

Buy The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak of by Amanda J. Thomas from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Pages: The Lambeth Cholera Outbreak Of Author: Amanda J. Thomas Editor: McFarland ISBN: Size: 11,14 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi by Lambeth’s waterfront had become London’s industrial center and a magnet to migrant workers.

The book exposes the suffering of the working population in the face of apathy and ineptitude.His reports on quarantine (), cholera (), yellow fever (), and on the results of sanitary improvement () were of international importance. Later life [ edit ] Smith died in Florence in and is interred there in the English Cemetery of Florence, his tombstone, an obelisk with a cameo portrait, was sculpted by Joel Tanner Hart.