The Flaviviridae family.
There are 29 chapters in the book fever 1793
Laurie Halse Anderson wrote Fever 1793.
In Fever 1793 the rats benefited from the pestilence.
There is a book it's called "Chains", it is also by the same author who wrote Fever 1793, Laurie Halse Anderson.
a fever called the yellow fever came.
The main character of Fever 1793 is Matilda Cook [Mattie Cook for short]
The genre of this book is historical fiction.
mattie has to flee the city because of the fever
Laurie Halse Anderson.
laurie halse anderson wrote the book fever 1793 after finding an old article about the fever she researched more about it and made a story about it
The setting was in Matilda's Parents' Coffeehouse, In Philadelphia, and Obviously, in the year 1793.
fever is written in first person told by mattie
Yellow Fever striking in Philadelphia in 1793( refer to the title) ,and Mattie has to find her mother and try to stay alive.
A book written by Laurie Halse Anderson about the yellow fever epidemic of 1793. It takes place in Philadelphia with fictional characters in real settings.
Silas is Mattie's pet cat.
Yes,in the book yellow fever 1793 at the end it was cured by the first frost and yellow fever was over
I would say one of the main themes in this book is Survival.
The climax of Fever 1793 is when the Grandfather dies.
all the deaths in the family
I believe Reverend Allen is the minister of the church.
Mattie has a crush on Nathaniel.
The best part of the book is when there are robbers that go into her house and kill her grandpa.
The Yellow fever started in 1793 was spread by mosquitos
personally, my favorite part of the book is when Matilda is describing her life before and then after the whole fever pandemic.
The main theme of the book is to "survive". Because of the yellow fever epidemic in 1793 in Philadelphia its hard for Maddie (14 year old girl and main character) to survive and live through it.
it is a stupid book...dont read it- you will bore to death
Captain William Farnsworth Cook
it came and went because of the winter. The winter came, and it froze and killed all of the virus that was in the air. I have read that book to, and I was great!
yes, famous and normal/average people survived the fever of 1793.
fever takes place in 1793 in philedelphia,PA in a coffeshop
There was a horrible yellow fever epidemic in 1793. If you want to know about it read the book Fever 1798 by Laurie Halse Anderson.
I dont think so but its a really good book that definetly should be a movie
Nathaniel Benson is a local painter whom Mattie has a crush on.
her husband bought her her freedom so she can be free and he is still a slave.
Many people got sick with yellow fever in 1793.
The saddest part in Fever 1793 was when Matilda's grandfather died and she was left alone.
I don't think the actual story itself is true, but it is historical fiction, and things that happen in the book (the yellow fever epidemic) happened in real life.
it turns people pale or sometimes kind of yellow from their skin
Joseph is Eliza's brother and Eliza is the cook at the coffeehouse also Matilda's bestfriend.
mind you, you have a report due? I 'm just saying, do it
The Author of this book Is Laurie Halse Anderson. Also the author of Chains, Speak, and Forge (and a couple others).
The resolution of Fever 1793 is the return of Maddie\'s mother who had been missing and ill for several weeks.
yes and she recovers from it too.
because she was afraid of getting sick
Matilda Cook is the protagonist in the book Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson. She is 14 years of age.
Fever 1793 is by Laurie Halse Anderson. The paperback has 272 pages. The Turtleback edition has 251 pages.
Because the doctors believed by draining blood that you would drain the fever from you, and make more clean blood.
yellow fever is caused by disease carrying mosquitoes called Coquillettidia fuscopennata there are shots you can get to prevent yellow fever in your body but they had not invented it in 1793
Fever 1793 cannot be read online for free legally. It can be purchased as an eBook. See the related links.
1793 is when yellow fever was in philadelphia.