African Medical Science Saves Lives During the 1721 Smallpox Epidemic
This Video discuss the 1721 Smallpox Epidemic in Boston. Small pox vaccines was known to West Africans before they became P.O.W.'s in the Americans. One P.O.W., name Onesimus, taught the white people of the colonies how to protect themselves from the disease.
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A Slave’s African Medical Science Saves the Lives of Bostonians During the 1721 Smallpox Epidemic