S: The Black Plague By Sam Hughes
BC: This book is about the black plague that almost wiped out more than half of the population of Europe.
FC: The Black Plague: death of Europe | By: Sam Hughes
1: The Black Plague: Death of Europe By: Sam Hughes
2: The black plague started in the 1300s, also know as the Medieval times. How you got the plague is when a flea jumps off a dead rat and onto a human it bits you. A fleas blood stream is infected with the plague. When it bits it releases the plague into you. | Also know as the Bubonic Plague or Black Death
3: The symptoms are: Chills, fever, headache, weakness, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, spitting up blood, difficulty breathing, and presence of dark patches on skin or boils.
4: The plague can be spread by: | Spraying a can | Talking face to face
5: The black plague killed almost more than half of Europe's population. | A vaccine wasn't found until 1999. | The plague repeated over the next few hundred years.
6: Map of the | Black Plague
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