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"Ravages of That Fell Destroyer, the Asiatic Cholera"

From A Mournful Elegy on the Unfortunate Victims, Who Fell Sacrifices to the Ravages of That Fell Destroyer, the Asiatic Cholera, at the Gravois Coal Diggings, Near St. Louis, Mo., June and July, 1849 by John Russel, teacher in the doomed district.

Robert and Isabella Adam Grant and four of their children also died at Gravois Coal Diggings near St. Louis, Missouri, sometime in June,1849. They died on June 24, 1849, and were buried in the original "Old Picker's" cemetery - from Find A Grave for Isabella Adam Grant.


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