Conflict in the Ozarks: Hill Folk, Industrialists, and Government in Missouri’s Courtois Hills

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Truman State University Press, Feb 1, 2011 - Art - 344 pages
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Plague was one of the enduring facts of everyday life on the European continent, from earliest antiquity through the first decades of the eighteenth century. It represents one of the most important influences on the development of Europe s society and culture. In order to understand the changing circumstances of the political, economic, ecclesiastical, artistic, and social history of that continent, it is important to understand epidemic disease and society s response to it.

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