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The Most Terrible of All Harpies. Smallpox Epidemics and Smallpox Prevention in the Netherlands in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. A Study in Social History and Historical Demography [‘De vreselijkste aller harpijen’. Pokkenepidemieën en pokkenbestrijding in Nederland in de achttiende en negentiende eeuw: een sociaal-historische en historisch-demografische studie]. By Willibrord Rutten. Wageningen: Afd. Agrarishe Geschiedenis, Landbouwuniversitat, 1997. Pp. ill, 562.

  • Jan J. Barendregt (a1)

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The Most Terrible of All Harpies. Smallpox Epidemics and Smallpox Prevention in the Netherlands in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. A Study in Social History and Historical Demography [‘De vreselijkste aller harpijen’. Pokkenepidemieën en pokkenbestrijding in Nederland in de achttiende en negentiende eeuw: een sociaal-historische en historisch-demografische studie]. By Willibrord Rutten. Wageningen: Afd. Agrarishe Geschiedenis, Landbouwuniversitat, 1997. Pp. ill, 562.

  • Jan J. Barendregt (a1)

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