Hot List for Research on Bubonic Plague or Black Death

This page contains links to web sites covering most interesting aspects of the Black Death .

 

Bacteria - Yersinia Pestis

The Microbial Underground!
Microbiology on the Net
Bugs in the News! - What the Heck Is??
Molecular Modeling of Yersinia Pestis
ENTEROBACTERIACEAE
YERSINIA

General Information

Bubonic Plague
plaguescape: CONTENTS
AGRIPEDIA - Bubonic Plague
AGRIPEDIA - Black Death
Useless Information Home Page - Contents - Page 2
Bubonic Plague
The Black Death: Bubonic Plague
ScienceNet - Bubonic Plague
Bubonic Plague
Bubonic Plague: Introduction and Index of Documents
Plague Document: A City Responds to Plague
The Virtual Hospital: Syllabus of the History of Medicine: Bubonic Plague 14th to 16th Century
PLAGUE AND PUBLIC HEALTH IN RENAISSANCE EUROPE
plaguescape: INTRODUCTION
Thank You!
Bubonic Plague
Bubonic Plague- Libby/Matt/Joe
Lecture 15
Flea
Ian Jessiman : The Plague, England and Loughborough 1539 - 1640
HWC, The Black Death
The Black Plague
http://ouvaxa.cats.ohio...axter/TERMS/BLACKDH.HTM
THE PLAGUE
AGRIPEDIA - Population
Plague and Public Health in Renaissance Europe
Perspectives on Plague
HWC, The Black Death
yashmak's plague page
Plague
Plague Pictures: Scenes During the Great Plague
History of Alvechurch - Chapter 3
Exotic Infections: Footnotes
ENTEROBACTERIACEAE
YERSINIA
INTEC Participants: Welcome
Some Important Events in the Fourteenth Century
The Age of King Charles V
Theme : Science and technology , Medecine
Links Related to Chaucer and Medieval Studies
James J. O'Donnell Home Page
Ancient and Medieval Church History Timeline
Germanisation of the land between the Elbe-Saale and the Oder rivers
HYW Main
Yahoo! - Arts:Humanities:History:Medieval Studies:Indices
Plague Info
Pictures from the Plague
Impact of Insects on Human History...

 

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These pages authored and maintained by Marcella Dawson. Revised 08/11/98. Copyright 1995 CRPC GirlTECH. All rights reserved. . Email your comments. These pages were developed through GirlTECH '96, a teacher training and student technology council program sponsored by the Center for Research on Parallel Computation (CRPC), a National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center.