Impact of the 1918 flu epidemic: A personal stories-based approach

Impact of the 1918 flu epidemic: A personal stories-based approach

by Lori Lyn Price, MAS, MLA

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Impact of the 1918 flu epidemic: A personal stories-based approach


The 1918 flu pandemic killed up to 100 million people worldwide in less than a year, disproportionately taking healthy young adults. The personal impact was devastating and wide-ranging, including immigration, families split apart, and openings for women in the workforce. This talk draws on stories and newspaper articles to explore the multi-faceted ways the 1918 flu epidemic impacted families, sometimes for generations. 


 
 

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Presenter: Lori Lyn Price, MAS, MLA

Lori Lyn Price, MAS, MLA, has worked on her personal genealogy for 20 years and recently completed a master’s degree in history with an emphasis on history of medicine. She loves sharing her passion for social history, genealogy, and bringing ancestors to life by placing them in historical and social context. More information about Lori can be found at www.bridgingthepast.com.

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