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HWC, The Black Death : The BEST source on the Plague (23 pages) by Dr. E. L. Skip Knox of Boise State University. If you need to know about it, Dr. Knox wrote about it.
A Look at History - The Plague : A doctor explores the causes, treatment, and control of pestilential outbreak. Describes both the bubonic and pneumonic plague.
The Great Mortality : A complete three-part feature about the Black Death.
Discovery Online -- Black Death : Awesome site with game.
The Black Plague : City College of New York. Features a slide show of Medieval images, and details the devastation of the black plague. Also offers an eyewitness account from 1357.
Death Defined - Medieval History : From About.com. Great sources.
The Pestilence Tyme : Describes the movement of the black plague over Medieval Europe, and offers a series ofessays and etchings depicting its toll.
The Plague : Describes the origination and devastation of the black plague, and offers painting depicting its grimcampaign.
Plague Literature : Describes how plague galvanized the European population toward general learning, and how the printing press widened the audience for literature.
Black Death : Great site with lots of useful material.
Bubonic Plague : An extremely informative page, which covers all aspects of the Plague. This page is student created by Ely Janis.
PLAGUE AND PUBLIC HEALTH IN RENAISSANCE EUROPE : A thorough introduction to the plague.
Bubonic Plague: Medical Background : A student-created page which gives the basics of the plague by Jamie Brownlee.
Map: Plague in Europe
The Black Death: Bubonic Plague , accounts Black Death 1 and Black Death 2 : A student generated web site about the plague by Aaron Rice at Timpview High School.
The Black Plague : Created by a Texas high school student.
End of Europe's Middle Ages - Black Death
of the Black Plague
Scientific and medical , social , and religious responses to the Plague.
The Plague : By Liam Miller and Evan Orr.
The Black Death
Church and the Bubonic Plague : A slightly different look at
Black Death - How ManyDeaths
The Florentine Chronicle : A first-hand look at the plague's devastation in Florence, Italy in 1348.
Boccaccio: The Decameron : Excerpt of the DECAMERON, discussin the onset of the Black Death.
The Plague : Read first-hand accounts of what life was like during the plague, find out about its causes, or learn about how it first came to Europe.
The Black Plague : A primary account by Michael Platiensis.
Pistoia, "Ordinance for Sanitation in a Time of Mortality " : A primary source of how the town of Pistoia dealt with the plague.