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Cholera (1832) | Surnames: Harlan

CAUGHNAWAGA – This settlement has been visited by Dr. Harlan, of Philadelphia, with a view to see patients attacked with cholera. He reports the existence of 123 cases from the 18th to the 29th June, of which fifty-nine had proved fatal, and 43 remained sick.

Source: The Courier – Jul 14, 1832

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