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The Eagle Tribune link 'Queen of Hell' is no longer valid and should be changed or removed.
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1902 saw 8 cases of smallpox break out in the Welch family and spread to the Collins family. Their homes were quarantined. Watchman were stationed both day and night at the quarantined homes. Many places in town were fumigated, including Mr. Welch's store and St. Augustine's church. The Board of Health ordered compulsory vaccinations for the town.  
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Thanks for letting me know that the link to the Lawrence Eagle Tribune article is no longer valid.  --Eleanor
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''Andover Townsman'', June 6, 1902
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1902 saw 8 cases of smallpox break out in the Welch family and spread to the Collins family. Their homes were quarantined. Watchman were stationed both day and night at the quarantined homes. Many places in town were fumigated, including Mr. Welch's store and St. Augustine's church. The Board of Health ordered compulsory vaccinations for the town.

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Andover Townsman, June 6, 1902


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