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G3.1-Cholera-Pandemics

G3.1-Cholera-Pandemics

Six cholera pandemics. The first pandemic started in 1816, and the last ended in 1926.

G4.1-Boston-Smallpox-1811-1926

G4.1-Boston-Smallpox-1811-1926

Boston smallpox mortality rate from 1811 to 1926.

(Dozens of reports from the Board of Health of the City of Boston)

G4.2-Boston-Smallpox-1841-1880

G4.2-Boston-Smallpox-1841-1880

Boston smallpox mortality rate from 1841 to 1880.

(Dozens of reports from the Board of Health of the City of Boston)

G4.3-UK-Vacc-Deaths-1859-1922

G4.3-UK-Vacc-Deaths-1859-1922

England and Wales total deaths from cowpox and other effects of vaccination from 1859 to 1922.

(Written answer by Lord E. Percy to Parliamentary question addressed by Mr. March, MP, to the Minister to Health on July 16, 1923; Leicester: Sanitation Versus Vaccination, J. T. Biggs, JP, 1912, pp. 184–185)

G4.4-UK-Vacc-Deaths-1906-1922

G4.4-UK-Vacc-Deaths-1906-1922

England and Wales smallpox deaths vs. smallpox vaccination deaths from 1906 to 1922.

(Written answer by Lord E. Percy to Parliamentary question addressed by Mr. March, MP, to the Minister to Health on July 16, 1923)

G4.5-UK-Smallpox-1838-1922

G4.5-UK-Smallpox-1838-1922

England and Wales smallpox deaths vs. smallpox vaccination deaths from 1906 to 1922.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, published 1997; Report to The Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Bart, MP, Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, June 30, 1860, pp. a4, 205; Written answer by Lord E. Percy to Parliamentary question addressed by Mr. March, MP, to the Minister to Health on July 16, 1923; Essay on Vaccination by Charles T. Pearce, MD, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England)

G4.6-UK-Smallpox-Cov-1872-1922

G4.6-UK-Smallpox-Cov-1872-1922

England and Wales smallpox mortality rate vs. smallpox vaccine coverage rates from 1872 to 1922.

(Written answer by Lord E. Percy to Parliamentary question addressed by Mr. March, MP, to the Minister to Health on July 16, 1923)

G7.1-Leicester-Smallpox-Cov-1838-1910

G7.1-Leicester-Smallpox-Cov-1838-1910

Leicester, England, smallpox mortality rate vs. smallpox vaccination coverage from 1838 to 1910.

(Leicester: Sanitation Versus Vaccination, J. T. Biggs, JP, 1912, pp. 720–722)

G7.2-Leicester-Age-1838-1910

G7.2-Leicester-Age-1838-1910

Leicester, England, mortality rates for various age groups vs. smallpox vaccination coverage from 1838 to 1910.

(Leicester: Sanitation Versus Vaccination, J. T. Biggs, JP, 1912, pp. 720–722)

G11.1-UK-Scarlet-1838-1978

G11.1-UK-Scarlet-1838-1978

England and Wales scarlet fever mortality rate from 1838 to 1978.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, published 1997; Report to The Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Bart, MP, Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, June 30, 1860, pp a4, 205; Essay on Vaccination by Charles T. Pearce, MD, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England; Parliamentary Papers, the 62nd Annual Return of the Registrar General 1899 (1891–1898))

G11.2-UK-Deaths-1838-1978

G11.2-UK-Deaths-1838-1978

England and Wales mortality rates from various infectious diseases from 1838 to 1978.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, published 1997; Report to The Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Bart, MP, Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, June 30, 1860, pp. a4, 205; Essay on Vaccination by Charles T. Pearce, MD, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England; Parliamentary Papers, the 62nd Annual Return of the Registrar General 1899 (1891–1898))

G11.3-UK-Pertussis-1838-1978

G11.3-UK-Pertussis-1838-1978

England and Wales whooping cough mortality rate from 1838 to 1978.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, published 1997; Report to The Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Bart, MP, Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, June 30, 1860, pp. a4, 205; Essay on Vaccination by Charles T. Pearce, MD, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England; Parliamentary Papers, the 62nd Annual Return of the Registrar General 1899 (1891–1898))

G11.4-UK-Measles-1838-1978

G11.4-UK-Measles-1838-1978

England and Wales measles mortality rate from 1838 to 1978.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, published 1997; Report to The Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Bart, MP, Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, June 30, 1860, pp. a4, 205; Essay on Vaccination by Charles T. Pearce, MD, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England; Parliamentary Papers, the 62nd Annual Return of the Registrar General 1899 (1891–1898))

G11.5-US-Pertussis-1900-1967

G11.5-US-Pertussis-1900-1967

United States whooping cough mortality rate from 1900 to 1967.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Commu-nity Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G11.6-US-Measles-1900-1987

G11.6-US-Measles-1900-1987

United States measles mortality rate from 1900 to 1987.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States— Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Community Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G11.7-Leicester-Diphtheria-1838-1910

G11.7-Leicester-Diphtheria-1838-1910

Leicester, England, diphtheria mortality rate from 1880 to 1910.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Commu-nity Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G11.8-NYC-Diphtheria-1880-1911

G11.8-NYC-Diphtheria-1880-1911

New York City diphtheria mortality rates from 1880 to 1911.

(Twenty-Ninth Annual Report 1900 City of Boston, Boston—Municipal Printing Office, 1901, p. 7; Thirty-Sixth Annual Report of the Board of Health of the City of Boston for the Year 1907, Muncipal Printing Office 1908, p. 17; Annual Report of the Board of Health of the City of Boston for the Year 1911, Muncipal Printing Office, 1912, p. 243; Scientific Features of Modern Medicine, Frederic S. Lee, PhD, New York, Columbia University Press, 1911, p. 92)

G11.9-US-Diphtheria-T-1900-1967

G11.9-US-Diphtheria-T-1900-1967

United States diphtheria mortality rate from 1900 to 1967.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States— Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Community Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G11.10-MA-Deaths-1861-1970

G11.10-MA-Deaths-1861-1970

Massachusetts tuberculosis, diphtheria, typhoid, measles, and smallpox mortality rates from 1861 to 1970.

(Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1, Bureau of the Census, p. 63)

G11.11-US-Flu-TB-1900-1965

G11.11-US-Flu-TB-1900-1965

United States mortality rates from various infectious diseases from 1900 to 1965.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1)

G11.12-US-Flu-TB-2-1900-1965

G11.12-US-Flu-TB-2-1900-1965

United States mortality rates from various infectious diseases from 1900 to 1965 magnified view.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1)

G11.13-AgeMortality-1-1900-1970

G11.13-AgeMortality-1-1900-1970

United States mortality rates for age groups from 1900 to 1970.

(Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1, Bureau of the Census, p. 60)

G11.14-AgeMortality-2-1900-1970

G11.14-AgeMortality-2-1900-1970

United States mortality rates for age groups from 1900 to 1970 magnified view.

(Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1, Bureau of the Census, p. 60)

G12.1-US-Diseases-1912-1970

G12.1-US-Diseases-1912-1970

United States disease incidence from 1912 to 1970.

(Historical Statistics of the United States Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1, Bureau of the Census, 1975, pp. 77)

G13.1-US-Pertussis-1900-1957

G13.1-US-Pertussis-1900-1957

United States whooping cough mortality rate from 1900 to 1957.

(Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1957, pp. 8, 26, 27)

G13.2-UK-Pertussis-Coverage-1901-2008

G13.2-UK-Pertussis-Coverage-1901-2008

England and Wales whooping cough mortality vs. DTP vaccine coverage from 1901 to 2008.

(Record of Mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the office of National Statistics, published 1997; Health Protection Agency Table: Notification of Deaths, England and Wales, 1970–2008)

G13.3-UK-Pertussis-Coverage-1930-2008

G13.3-UK-Pertussis-Coverage-1930-2008

England and Wales whooping cough mortality vs. DTP vaccine coverage from 1930 to 2008.

(Record of Mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the office of National Statistics, published 1997; Health Protection Agency Table: Notification of Deaths, England and Wales, 1970–2008)

G13.4-UK-Pertussis-Coverage-1970-2008

G13.4-UK-Pertussis-Coverage-1970-2008

England and Wales whooping cough mortality vs. DTP vaccine coverage from 1970 to 2008.

(Record of Mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the office of National Statistics, published 1997; Health Protection Agency Table: Notification of Deaths, England and Wales, 1970–2008.)

G14.1-US-UK-Measles-1901-1965

G14.1-US-UK-Measles-1901-1965

Comparison United States and England in mortality rates for measles from 1901 to 1965.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, published 1997)

G14.2-UK-Measles-Percent-Decline-1838-1978

G14.2-UK-Measles-Percent-Decline-1838-1978

England percent decline in mortality rate from peak mortality rate for measles from 1838 to 1978.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, published 1997; Report to The Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Bart, MP, Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, June 30, 1860, pp. a4, 205; Essay on Vaccination by Charles T. Pearce, MD, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England; Parliamentary Papers, the 62nd Annual Return of the Registrar General 1899 (1891–1898))

G14.3-US-Deaths-1900-1965

G14.3-US-Deaths-1900-1965

United States mortality rates from various infectious diseases from 1900 to 1965.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States— Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Community Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G14.4-US-Deaths-1920-1955

G14.4-US-Deaths-1920-1955

United States mortality rates from various infectious diseases from 1920 to 1955.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States— Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Community Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G14.5-MA-Measles-1861-1970

G14.5-MA-Measles-1861-1970

Massachusetts mortality rate from measles from 1861 to 1970.

(Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1, Bureau of the Census, p. 63)

G14.6-Washington-Measles-1920-1982

G14.6-Washington-Measles-1920-1982

Washington State measles mortality rate from 1920 to 1982.

(Communicable Disease Statistical Summary, Washington State 1920–1983, Office of Public Health Laboratory, Seattle, WA)

G14.7-US-Measles-RM-1900-1987

G14.7-US-Measles-RM-1900-1987

United States measles mortality rate with 1/35 measles disease rate from 1900 to 1987.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1)

G14.8-US-Measles-Incidence-1912-1970

G14.8-US-Measles-Incidence-1912-1970

United States measles incidence from 1912 to 1970.

(Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Bureau of the Census, 1975, pp. 77)

G14.9-US-Measles-Incidence-1934-1962

G14.9-US-Measles-Incidence-1934-1962

United States measles incidence from 1934 to 1962.

(Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Bureau of the Census, 1975, pp. 77)

G15.1-UK-Scurvy-1901-1967

G15.1-UK-Scurvy-1901-1967

England mortality rate from scurvy from 1901 to 1967.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, 1997)

G15.2-UK-Scurvy-Pertussis-1901-1967

G15.2-UK-Scurvy-Pertussis-1901-1967

England mortality rates from scurvy vs. whooping cough from 1901 to 1967.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, 1997)

G15.3-UK-Scurvy-Measles-1901-1967

G15.3-UK-Scurvy-Measles-1901-1967

England mortality rates from scurvy vs. measles from 1901 to 1967.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, 1997)

G17.1-Leicester-Smallpox-Cov-1849-1910

G17.1-Leicester-Smallpox-Cov-1849-1910

Leicester, England, smallpox mortality rate vs. smallpox vaccination coverage from 1849 to 1910.

(Leicester: Sanitation Versus Vaccination, J. T. Biggs, JP, 1912, pp. 720–722)

G17.2-UK-Smallpox-Cov-1873-1922

G17.2-UK-Smallpox-Cov-1873-1922

England and Wales smallpox mortality rate vs. smallpox vaccine coverage rates from 1873 to 1922.

(Written answer by Lord E. Percy to Parliamentary question addressed by Mr. March, MP, to the Minister to Health on July 16, 1923)

G17.3-US-Pertussis-1920-1985

G17.3-US-Pertussis-1920-1985

United States whooping cough mortality rate from 1920 to 1985.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Commu-nity Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G17.4-US-Pertussis-1940-1970

G17.4-US-Pertussis-1940-1970

United States whooping cough mortality rate from 1940 to 1970.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Commu-nity Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G17.5-UK-Pertussis-1940-2008

G17.5-UK-Pertussis-1940-2008

England and Wales whooping cough mortality from 1940 to 2008.

(Record of Mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the office of National Statistics, 1997; Health Protection Agency Table: Notification of Deaths, England and Wales, 1970–2008)

G17.6-US-Measles-Log-1912-1975

G17.6-US-Measles-Log-1912-1975

United States measles mortality rate from 1912 to 1975 on a logarithm plot.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Community Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G17.7-US-Measles-Percent-Decline-1912-1975

G17.7-US-Measles-Percent-Decline-1912-1975

United States measles mortality rate from 1912 to 1975 in percent from the peak.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Community Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G17.8-US-Measles-1930-1992

G17.8-US-Measles-1930-1992

United States measles mortality rate from 1930.

(Vital Statistics of the United States 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1949, 1960, 1967, 1976, 1987, 1992; Historical Statistics of the United States—Colonial Times to 1970 Part 1; Health, United States, 2004, US Department of Health and Human Services; Vital Records & Health Data Development Section, Michigan Department of Community Health; US Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003; Reported Cases and Deaths from Vaccine Preventable Diseases, United States, 1950–2008)

G17.9-UK-Percent-Decline-1838-1978

G17.9-UK-Percent-Decline-1838-1978

England and Wales scarlet fever, measles, and whooping cough mortality rates from 1838 to 1978 in percent from the peak.

(Record of mortality in England and Wales for 95 years as provided by the Office of National Statistics, published 1997; Report to The Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Bart, MP, Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, June 30, 1860, pp. a4, 205; Essay on Vaccination by Charles T. Pearce, MD, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England; Parliamentary Papers, the 62nd Annual Return of the Registrar General 1899 (1891–1898))

G17.10-Leicester-Age-1838-1888

G17.10-Leicester-Age-1838-1888

Leicester, England, mortality rates by age categories and smallpox vaccine coverage from 1838 to 1888.

(Leicester: Sanitation Versus Vaccination, J. T. Biggs, JP, 1912, pp. 720–722)

G17.11-Leicester-Total-1838-1910

G17.11-Leicester-Total-1838-1910

Leicester combined mortality rates from various infectious diseases and diarrhea from 1838 to 1910.

(Leicester: Sanitation Versus Vaccination, J. T. Biggs, JP, 1912, pp. 720–722)

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