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- Dr. Alexander McLeod’s 1834 Letter on Vaccines in the Crawford Messenger [Guest Submission]At a time when vaccines against the coronavirus are being produced by multiple companies, an interesting bit of Meadville history comes to our attention. First, it is important to remember why and how “immunization” and "vaccination" came about. It was to combat the scourge of smallpox. In the 1700’s people, including the Continental Army, were […]
- A Brief History of Politics in Crawford CountyCrawford County has rarely stifled its opinions regarding national politics. The tone was set by residents in 1807 who burned an effigy of Federalist, Aaron Burr outside the courthouse. And this was hardly the county’s last political riot. While training to fight the British in 1812, the theft of an onion split local militiamen along […]
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