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The spirit of the story arises from a tragic footnote in American history, when President Abraham Lincoln's 11-year-old son, Willie, died of typhoid fever during the Civil War.
After getting abducted to try and cure a ship filled with men battling typhoid fever, Claire got to work during Sunday's installment of the Starz genre drama and found the source of the infection.
The novel unfolds in a cemetery in 1862, where a grieving Abraham Lincoln visits the crypt that holds the body of his 11-year-old son, Willie, who died of typhoid fever.
Free-roaming cats can also spread other diseases that are contagious to humans, including plague, tularemia, rabies and typhoid fever.
Abraham Lincoln's third son, Willie, died at the White House, likely of typhoid fever.
During the Spanish-American war of 1898, there was a huge typhoid fever outbreak that the illustrious Walter Reed was called in to investigate.
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