The Dark Traveller: Exploring the Black Death in London and Eyam
|Location||:||Accord, New York, United States|
|Posted by||:||Sgrancioso2012 ( View user all ads )|
|Posted On||:||Feb 24, 2013|
Are you interested in history? Do you like reading about events in history that involved science and medicine? This may be the book for you. It takes you back to the 1600s when the bubonic plague hit England; mostly places such as Derbyshire and London. You will learn about the lead up to the plague and how the people coped to survive; losing family and friends along the way. Read about how the disease spread like wild-fire through the population. There is a village most famous for the events of the plague. This is Eyam in Derbyshire. The village has been a tourist attraction for many years where people visit the old diseased houses, such as Rose Cottage. You can also walk around the church-yard of St Lawrence where many of the victims were buried; until the space ran out. The story of the bubonic plague is interesting, but also extremely sad.
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