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The Catholic Witness During Memphis Yellow Fever Epidemics of the 1870s: A Description and Vindication
In the 1870s, several yellow fever epidemics struck Memphis causing a calamity that shook the entire United States. The yellow fever epidemics in Memphis were some of the deadliest and most terrifying events of American ...
A New Look at the Role of the Female in Twentieth Century Spain: Understanding Maternal Love in the Works of Miguel de Unamuno
During the late nineteenth century into the early twentieth century, the idealization of the domestic woman as “el ángel del hogar” (the angel of the home), circulated in Spain and throughout the world. The Spanish author, ...