in the
1873 Cholera Epidemic

From 43rd Congress, 2nd Session of the House of Representatives
Ex. Doc. No. 95
Published by the Washington; Government Printing Office in 1875.

Message from The President of the United States,
Reports upon the Causes of Epidemic Cholera,
Jan 13, 1875.

To the Senate and House of Representatives:

In acccordance with the requirements of the joint resolution, approved March 25, 1874, authorizing an inquiry into and report upon the causes of epidemic cholera, I have the honor to transmit herewith reports upon the subject from the Secretaries of the Treasury and War Departments.

U. S. Grant
Executive Mansion,
January 12, 1875

Images contributed to the KYGenWeb archives by Deb Haines. Transcriptions by Cheryl Wilson and Sherri Hall.

File Name Description
titlepgs01_05 Title pages 1-5 of the report
Pages 258-264 Contributing Physicians
Dates of Initial Cases by County
McCracken County
Warren County
Pages 265-271 Warren County (continued)
Simpson County
Jefferson County
Henderson County
Pages 272-279 Henderson County (continued)
Trigg County
Union County
Carter County
Kenton County
Caldwell County
Ballard County
Mason County
Pages 280-287 Henry County
Oldham County
Hardin County
Bourbon County
Pages 288-294 Bourbon County(continued)
Taylor County
Pages 295-301 Taylor County (continued)
Carroll County
Christian County
Barren County
Daviess County
Hopkins County
Meade County
Webster County
Garrard County
Pages 302-307 Garrard County (continued)
Marion County
Pages 308-313 Marion County (continued)
Nelson County
Lincoln County
Pages 314-319 Lincoln County (continued)
Adair County
Washington County
Boyle County
Pages 320-325 Boyle County (continued)
Clinton County
Russell County
Mercer County

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