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Smallpox
 
Carr, Dr. Ian.  "Plauges and Peoples: the Columbian Exchange." Hippocrates on the Web.  10 October 2002 <http://www.umanitoba.ca/faculties/medicine/history/histories/plauges.html>
 
Cook, Noble David.  "Sickness, starvation, and death in early Hispaniola." The Journal of Interdisciplinary History v 32 no3 Winter 2002: 349-66.  OCLC FirstSearch: Full Text.  William Allen White Library, Emporia State University. 18 November 2002.
 
Cowley, Geoffrey.  "The Great Disease Migration."  14 November 2002.  <http://muweb.millersville.edu/~columbus/data/art/COWLEY01.ART>
 
Diamond, Jared.  "The Arrow of Disease."  14 November 2002.  <http://muweb.millersville.edu/~columbus/data/art/DIAMOND1.ART>
 
 
Leon-Portilla, Miguel.  The Broken Spears.  Boston:  Beacon, 1992.
 
McCaa, Robert.  "Spanish and Nahuatl Views on Smallpox and Demographic Catasrophe in the Conquest of Mexico."  21 November 2002.  <http://www.hist.umn.edu/~rmccaa/vircatas/vir6.htm>
 
Meltzer, David J.  "How Columbus sickened the new world."  New Scientist 10 October 1992: 38(4).  Expanded Academic ASAP.  William Allen White Library, Emporia State University.  17 October 2002.
 
"MSN Learning & Research-Smallpox."  23 September 2002.  <http://encarta.msn.com/encnet/refpages/refarticle.aspx?refid=761578931>
 
Roberts, Leslie.  "Disease and death in the New World."  Science. 8 December 1989: 1245(3).  Expanded Academic ASAP. William Allen White Library, Emporia State University.  17 October 2002.
 
Ruvalcaba, Carlos.  "Measles and Small Pox as an Allied Army of the Conquistadors of America."  14 November 2002.  <http://muweb.millersville.edu/~columbus/data/art/RUVALCA1.ART>
 
Syphilis
 
Clancy, Neil, M.D.  "Kipkeepers, Pox, and Gleet Vendors:  A Rapid History of Syphilis."  4 December 2002.  <http://www.medinfo.ufl.edu/other/histmed/clancy/>
 
"Epidemics Through History."  The History of Epidemics.  10 October 2002.  <http://students.bath.ac.uk/ns0hgl/History.html>
 
"Syphilis."  EssayNow.com.  10 October 2002.  <http://www.essaynow.com/new/Miscellaneous/Syphilis.asp>