October 27, 1878

The yellow fever quarantine in Little Rock (Pulaski County) was lifted due to cooler weather. The Little Rock Board of Health had ordered the quarantine three months earlier because of reports of yellow fever in Memphis, Tennessee. Travel by water and rail was prohibited, and freight, express packages, and mail from infected districts were prevented from entering.

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