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F.Y.I.: The Drinking Water Woes of Early New York

F.Y.I.: The Drinking Water Woes of Early New York
New Yorkers were exposed to yellow fever and cholera because of tainted local sources—and antics by Aaron Burr—until the Croton Aqueduct opened in 1842.

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