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Sunday, 09 August 2020

1875  fiji Measles outbreak in Fiji killing 40,000 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1877  plague in Russian Empire  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1878  Fever epidemic in New Orleans begin, it will kill 4,500  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1880  an F4 tornado strikes Marshfield, Missouri, killing 99 people and injuring 100.  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1881  cholera in Egypt  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1881  fifth cholera pandemic in India, Germany killing 9,000+ people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1881  Haiphong typhoon in Vietnam killing 300,000 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1883  The Indonesian island of Krakatoa explodes, spewing volcanic ash and debris 50 miles into the air and killing 36,000 people many from tidal waves over 100 feet high  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1885  Riots break out in Montreal to protest against compulsory smallpox vaccination  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1885  Smallpox in Montreal killing 3,164 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

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1886  A strong earthquake rocks Charleston, SC, killing more than 100 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1887  yellow River flood in China killing 2,000,000 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1888  ljudmil Stojanow, Bulgarian poet (Metsh i Slowo, Cholera)  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1889  1890 flu pandemic in Worldwide killing 1 million people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1894  1st US poliomyelitis epidemic breaks out, Rutland, Vermont  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1899  1st case of plague on Oahu, Hawaii  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1899  sixth cholera pandemic in Europe, Asia, Africa killing 800,000+ people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1900  A huricane strikes Galveston, TX, killing 6,000 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1900  bubonic plague spreads from Adelaide to Sydney (103 were to die).  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1900  dr Walter Reed begins research that beats Yellow Fever  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1900  Outbreak of bubonic plague in Glasgow, UK  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1900  Yellow fever in West Africa  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1901  clara Maass, army nurse sacrificied her life at 25 to prove that the mosquito carries yellow fever  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1902  The volcano Mount Pelee, in the Caribbean, erupts, killing 30,000 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1902  walter Reed, US bacteriologist (Yellow Fever), dies  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1902  Cholera in Egypt  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1903  Frank Alberta at 4 10 am, a huge 74 million tonne slab of limestone slides off the east slope of Turtle Mountain and sweeps 1.6 km through the Crowsnest Pass valley and the coal mining village of Frank, burying the mine entrance and killing at least 70 people in 100 seconds; only 23 survive, and 17 trapped miners dig themselves to safety 13 hours later. The slab is 400 metres high, 1200 metres wide and 150 metres thick  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1903  kay Boyle, St Paul Minn, novelist (Plagued by Nightingales)  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1903  frank Alberta at 4:10 am, a huge 74 million tonne slab of limestone slides off the east slope of Turtle Mountain and sweeps 1.6 km through the Crowsnest Pass valley and the coal mining village of Frank, burying the mine entrance and killing at least 70 people in 100 seconds; only 23 survive, and 17 trapped miners dig themselves to safety 13 hours later. The slab is 400 metres high, 1200 metres wide and 150 metres thick.  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1905  cyclone hit Tahiti &adjacent islands, killing some 10,000 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1905  cyclone hit Tahiti & adjacent islands, killing some 10,000 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1906  An earthquake, followed by fire, destroys most of San Francisco, killing 3000 people  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1907  bubonic Plague breaks out in San Fransisco  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1907  bubonic Plague breaks out in SF  Click To Send On Whatsapp

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