These Library of Congress Subject Headings can be searched directly or added to a keyword search, e.g., "public health surveillance and encephalopath*"
Names of diseases are also usually searchable as subject headings.
Discover@MU - The best place to start searching.
Book Finder - The best place to go if you know the book you need.
MOBIUS - If we don't have it, try searching a catalog that covers libraries in Missouri, Oklahoma, Iowa, Kansas, and Texas.
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Ebooks - Information on searching for ebooks in the collection.
Look for the Find In a Library link to locate copies of the books you find here.
When searching, use quotation marks to force Google to search for phrases instead of just words: "yellow fever epidemic of"
HathiTrust includes the Google Books corpus of books, and is actively working to "open up" more books that may be in the public domain or available through open access licenses. The name comes from "hathi," which means "elephant" in Hindi - the elephant that never forgets. You can search the full text of books, even the books you can't actually read online in full text due to copyright restrictions.