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Wings to show you what you can become.Roots to remind you where you're from. This would be so cute to get as matching tattoos! One could get flying birds and the other could get the tree of life and roots! Positive Quotes, Motivational Quotes, Positive Life, Inspirational Quotes For Tattoos, Quotes On Art, Christmas Quotes Inspirational Beautiful, Wisdom Quotes, Wing Quotes, Beautiful Pictures With Quotes

8 Unseen Evidences — The Art of Self-Growth & Planting Seeds Along the Way.

You can’t possibly be lost when you’re constantly on the move. For every forward step you take into the unknown — you’re creating your own future. Even if you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll…

If I Die Before I Wake: The Flu Epidemic Diary of Fiona Macgregor, Toronto, Ontario, In 1918 over 100 MILLION people died from the flu pandemic. Take Silver Sol three times daily during a FLU Pandemic if you have it available, it may save your life. Books And Tea, I Love Books, Good Books, Books To Read, My Books, This Book, Cher Journal, Reading Lists, Book Lists

If I Die Before I Wake

If I Die Before I Wake book. Read 67 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Fiona comes from a large and loving family where she, her ol...

Influenza 1918 : 1 hr The worst epidemic in American history killed over Americans during World War I. movie and lesson plans History Teachers, History Class, World History, Family History, History Books, Wilhelm Ii, Kaiser Wilhelm, Flu Epidemic, Vintage Medical

Influenza 1918 | American Experience | PBS

It was the worst epidemic in American history, killing over 600,000 — until it disappeared as mysteriously as it had begun.

“Data and research on excess mortality is crucial to understand how the pandemic is evolving. This incredible historical chart shows that already for the Spanish Flu in researchers were looking exactly into this! Flu Epidemic, Emergency Hospital, People In The Us, School Closures, Black Death, Influenza, Medical History, American War, The Guardian

Spanish Flu

Reeve 3141- Sanitation, Excess Mortality in U.S. Cities During Influenza Epidemic, 1918-19 The Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology nmhm.washingtondc.museum/collections/archives/agalleries/...

10 worst disease outbreaks in history -- 1918 Influenza World War I, World History, Flu Epidemic, Family Tree Chart, Historical Artifacts, Influenza, Beautiful Fish, Through The Looking Glass, Wwi

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10 worst disease outbreaks in history -- 1918 Influenza. Possibly the most virulent outbreak in history, the 1918 flu epidemic, followed American troop movements during World War I. Within six months, this global pandemic, also called the Spanish Flu (why was it called the Spanish Flu?), had reached every continent except one (which one?). The onset was lightning-quick; many people awoke feeling healthy and died by nightfall.

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History: Mar 1918 First cases reported in deadly influenza epidemic World History Lessons, History Facts, Family History, History Posters, History Timeline, History Education, History Projects, Strange History, Flu Epidemic

The Great Pandemic of 1918, part 1 - Appalachian History

Across America in the fall of 1918 the Spanish influenza-and the fear of it-was everywhere. The flu’s name came from the early affliction and large mortalities in Spain where it allegedly killed 8 million in May that year. No one knows exactly how many people died during the 1918-1919 global influenza pandemic, but estimates place …

The Mullens children (& some neighbors) ready for school. See Photo No. West Va, West Virginia, Study History, Family History, Flu Epidemic, Narrative Photography, Lewis Hine, Pioneer Life, Photo Grouping

What you need to know about influenza (flu) from CDC

Everything you need to know about flu viruses and flu illness, including symptoms, treatment and prevention.

Spanish Influenza in Army Hospitals - Masks and cubicles used in USA General Hospital No Fort Porter ,New York , Patients' beds are reversed, alternaty so breath of one patient will not be directed toward of another patient. Flu Epidemic, Influenza Virus, History Of Nursing, Medical History, Vintage Medical, Vintage Ads, Vintage Photos, Emergency Hospital, Nurse Art

With a nation fighting a world war, the influenza virus raced through U.S. military camps like Fort Porter, New York. (American Red Cross Museum)

Boxing match on the U. Siboney's forecastle while she was at sea in the Atlantic Ocean transporting troops to or from France in Spectators are wearing masks as a precaution against the spread of influenza. Flu Epidemic, Flu Mask, Naval History, Sick Kids, Influenza, Advertising Poster, World War I, Troops, American History

1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic Pictures

A fantastic collection of pictures from the deadly 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, including tent hospitals, people wearing preventative masks and a sick child.

Canadian Expeditionary Force Study Group • View topic - Returning Soldiers: Tuberculosis and Spanish Flu Cases Rat King, Influenza, Wwi, Soldiers, Face Masks, Spanish, Novels, Victoria, Study

Returning Soldiers: Tuberculosis and Spanish Flu Cases - Canadian Expeditionary Force Study Group

Report on staffing crisis at military depot in Philadelphia, October Office of the Quartermaster General. Flu Epidemic, October 8, Influenza, World War I, Wwi, Family History, Philadelphia, Spanish, Military

Report on staffing crisis at military depot in Philadelphia, October 8, 1918. Office of the Quartermaster General.

“ Memorandum Regarding Sanitary Precautions, From the General Correspondence file of the Portsmouth Navy Yard ” The 1918 Influenza Epidemic would kill more than World War I, and more. Flu Epidemic, National Archives, Influenza, Portsmouth, World War I, Wwi, Creepy, Spanish, Campaign

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“ Memorandum Regarding Sanitary Precautions, 09/12/1918 From the General Correspondence file of the Portsmouth Navy Yard ” The 1918 Influenza Epidemic would kill more than World War I, and more...