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Volume 15, Number 6—June 2009

Historical Review

Drought, Smallpox, and Emergence of Leishmania braziliensis in Northeastern Brazil

Anastácio Q. SousaComments to Author  and Richard Pearson
Author affiliations: Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil (A.Q. Sousa); University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA (A.Q. Sousa, R. Pearson)

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Figure 4

Discovery of human skeletons during excavation in 1994 of new sewage system in Ceará, Brazil, of persons who died of smallpox during the epidemic of 1877–1879. Photo courtesy of Jornal O Povo.

Figure 4. Discovery of human skeletons during excavation in 1994 of new sewage system in Ceará, Brazil, of persons who died of smallpox during the epidemic of 1877–1879. Photo courtesy of Jornal O Povo.

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