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An American Plague: The True and Terrifying Story of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793 Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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In 1793, President Washington was concerned about the French Revolution. Discuss the French Revolution and why it troubled Washington.

Compare and contrast Dr. Benjamin Rush to other doctors at the time.

Philadelphia had many problems during the plague. Discuss the problems that affected the city.

Discuss why Dr. Rush was called to consult about difficult medical problems.

Discuss yellow fever and the signs that it was in Philadelphia.

Members of the College of Physicians had different recommendations for dealing with the fever. Compare and contrast how different members of the College of Physicians recommended dealing with the fever.

The mayor of Philadelphia, Mattthew Clarkson, decided to stay in Philadelphia during the plague. Using examples from the book, discuss the pros and cons Clarkson may have considered before deciding whether to stay or flee.

As more and more people died from the fever, Philadelphia was a completely changed place from...

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