The euphoria felt by Logan and Albert District residents at the signing of the Armistice was short-lived. At the start of 1919, the drought was entering its third year and an outbreak of whooping cough was keeping children at home. Soldiers were returning from the Great War. However, on one such day, a most unwelcome visitor also arrived by train. The local response to the influenza pandemic of 1919 is now all too familiar. Join the Local Heritage Specialist for a live streamed presentation.
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