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Historic Document 7

By Hugo Pecos

The rapid growth of cities and the prevalence of poor sanitation and medical care led to significant zombism outbreaks as the 19th century came to a close. This graphic from the Marine Hospital Service (forerunner of the Department of Health and Human Services) shows the spike in numbers that occurred as the result of an outbreak in the fall of 1898.

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