The Bubonic Plague in Bombay and Pune (1896-1897)

Gargi Mukherjee
The Bombay plague epidemic was a bubonic plague that struck
the city of Bombay in the late nineteenth century. The plague
killed thousands, and many fled the city leading to a drastic fall
in the population of the city. In September 1896 the first case of
bubonic plague was detected in Mandvi, Bombay, by Acacio
Gabriel Viegas. It spread rapidly to other parts of the city, and
the death toll was estimated at 1,900 people...
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