Notes on diseases among the Indians frequenting York Factory, Hudson"s Bay by Percy W. Mathews

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Statementby Percy W. Mathews.
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Ewart's tabulation of illness at York Factory showed only six cases of smallpox among Aboriginals between and All six were inand each had brought his disease. The epidemic in the area of Hudson House and Cumberland House appears to have run its course by the spring ofand did not spread further north until the summer.

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