Mosquito soldiers : the impact of malaria and yellow fever during the American Civil War / by Andrew McIlwaine Bell.
Publication year: 2007.
Call Number E621 .B35 2007a
Media class: Book
MHI has the printed published version of this thesis located in the stacks at: E621 .B352 2010.
Additional information: vi, 245 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
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