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Source data on endemic typhus fever morbidity
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    October 1947
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Source data on endemic typhus fever morbidity
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    Chiefly tables.

    Material presented here was prepated t provide a general source for statistical information concerning reported cases of endemic typhus fever. Source of the data through 1938 was pubished by the United States Public Health Service, Notifiable Diseases. Beginning with 1939 the source were official reports of the Division of Public Health Methods of United States Public Health Service supplemented by reports of State Health Departments for periods which were not included in Public Health Service documents.

    Approximately 97 per cent of thecases reported since 1938 were from the nine states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississsippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. The following data include totals for continental United States and for Nine States by state by conty by year for the perioid 1941 through 1945.

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