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As American independence rang, a sweeping lockdown and mass inoculations fought off a smallpox outbreak

By Woody Holton, Professor of History, University of South Carolina
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In the summer of 1776, Boston offered smallpox inoculation to everyone and required those who declined to leave town or stay in their homes.

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