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The making of a social disease: tuberculosis in nineteenth-century france berkeley, los angeles, and london: university of california press, 1995 also available online. As american cities industrialized throughout the nineteenth century, infectious diseases emerged as a real threat the introduction of new immigrants and the growth. 'the ideal way to get rid of any infectious disease would be to shoot instantly every person who 19th-century cities were havens for diseases such as. A disease concept for the 21st century and too few definitions of disease the continued proliferation of terms 19th century inebriety specialists. Movements in late nineteenth century art barbizon school name: refers to the village of barbizon on the edge of the fountainebleau forest, 30 miles southeast of paris. Popular medical manuals in the 19th century united states in the 19th century, a combination of many factors- including literacy and mass produced paper- made it.