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"And They Shall Walk."  National History Day
.   (1 June 1999).

Avram, Valery.  "Polio Outbreak in Central Africa."  The Beginning of the End.  1999.   (8 May 1999).

Beckstrand, Jan, RN.  "History of Nursing Science."  Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (professor's personal Web space).    (1 June 1999).

"Biography." Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum   (31 May 1999). 

"Biography."  Register of the Jonas Salk Papers.   15 September 1995.   (25 May 1999).

Bois, Danuta.  "Sister Kenny."  Distinguished Women of Past and Present.  December 1995.   (1 June 1999).

Brody, Seymour.  "Drs. Jonas E. Salk and Albert Sabin Conquer Polio."  Jewish Heroes and Heroines: World War II to the Present.   3 September 1998.   (1 June 1999).

Brody, Seymour.  "Simon Flexner: A Pioneer in the Study of Pathology."  Jewish Heroes and Heroines: 1900 to World War II.  18 February 1998.   (1 June 1999).

Brown, Randy.  "Freedom From Fear."  Building OnLine   (31 May 1999). 

"The Chicago River."  Friends of the Chicago River.    (15 May 1999).

Dobrowolsky, Donna.    "Polio."  Saskatchewan Awareness of Post Polio Society, Inc.   (27 May 1999).

Dove, Alan.  "A Brief History of Polio."  Polio Information Center Online.  1999.    (8 May 1999).

"Dr. Jonas Salk."  Women's International Center.  15 November 1997.  (1 May 1999).

Encyclopedia Britannica.  Chicago, Illinois: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.  15th Edition.  1980.

Holland, Henry, M.D.  "Sister Kenny: Polio Pioneer."  The Lincolnshire Post-Polio Library.  6 June 1997. drhenry/srkenny.html.   (1 June 1999).

4.  "Home Page."  Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission.  1997.  (31 May 1999). 

"Impact of strategies on poliomyelitis incidence."  International Society of Travel Medicine.  1998.   (8 May 1999).

"Jonas Salk, M.D.: Developer of Polio Vaccine."  The American Academy of Achievement.  1999.  (1 May 1999)

Matheson, Mavis J., M.D.  "Post-polio Syndrome (PPS): Information for Physicians."  The Rollin' Rat: Post-Polio Syndrome & Disability Resources.  April 1995.  (27 May 1999). 

"Milestones—A Track Record of Success."  March of Dimes.  1999.
.  (1 June 1999).

"Mother's March."  March of Dimes.  1999.
.  (5 June 1999).

"Polio."  March of Dimes.  1999.
.  (3 June 1999).

"Polio History Timeline (1955)." A Paralyzing Fear: The Story of Polio in America.  (5 May 1999).

"Polio Vaccination: What Parents Should Know."  Informed Parents Against VAPP  (27 May 1999).

"Polio Vaccines: What You Need to Know."  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention & National Immunization Program.  1 February 1999.
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"Poliomyelitis." Encyclopędia Britannica.  15th Edition.   Chicago, Illinois: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. 1980.  p. 81.

"Poliomyelitis."   MedicineNet.
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"Polioviruses."  On-line Medical Dictionary.   12 December 1998.,
.  (15 May 1999).

"Sister Elizabeth Kenny."  Australians Documentary Series.  1998.  (1 June 1999).   

Seavey, Nina Gilden (writer and director).  "A Paralyzing Fear: The Story of Polio in America."  Oregon Public Broadcasting.  1998.

Seavey, Nina Gilden, Jane S. Smith, & Paul Wagner.  A Paralyzing Fear: The Triumph over Polio in America.  New York, New York: TV Books.  1998.

Smith, Jane S.  Patenting the Sun: Polio and the Salk Vaccine.   New York, New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc.  1990.

Sokol, Beth.  "Fear of Polio in the 1950s."  HONR 269J - The Beat Begins: America in the 1950s.  1997.
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"WalkAmerica."  March of Dimes.  1999.
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"War Halts Congo's Plan Against Epidemics."  World Health Organization.  25 October 1998.
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"Welcome to Sister Kenny Institute."   Sister Kenny Institute.  1997.  (1 June 1999).

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