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Yellow Jax: The 1888 Jacksonville Yellow Fever Epidemic
« on: March 30, 2020, 08:28:31 AM »
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In summer 1888, an invisible killer stalked the streets of Jacksonville. “Yellow Jack” took hundreds of lives, forced the city into lockdown, and toppled a progressive, biracial city government. The ordeal also proved how much Jaxsons can overcome when they work together. This is the story of Jacksonville's great yellow fever epidemic of 1888.


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