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Periodicals

Childress, Diana. "Like Black Smoke, the Black Death's Journey." Calliope (March 2001): 4.

Ligomeka, Brian. "Bubonic Plague Breaks Out in Lilongwe." Africa News Service, May 10, 2002.

Mackenzie, Deborah. "All Fall Down: The Black Death Wasn't Caused by Bubonic Plague, and We Need to Find the Real Culprit Before it Strikes Again." New Scientist (November 24, 2001): 35–38.

McCabe, Suzanne. "Dark Death: In 1347, a Terrible Plague Brought Death and Destruction to Europe." Junior Scholastic (February 11, 2002): 18–22.

Saul, Nigel. "Britain 1400." History Today (July 2000): 38.

"Time Trip. (Black Death)" Current Events, a Weekly Reader Publication, January 11, 2002): 2–3.

Truitt, Elly. "The Medical Response to the Black Death." Calliope (March 2001): 14.

Organizations

World Health Organization Regional Office, 525 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC USA 20037 (202) 974-3000, Fax: (202) 974-3663, Email: postmaster@paho.org, <http://www.who.int>

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