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July 16, 2019 - On this day in 1748, a Spanish infant of unknown parents, named José María, was the first to die in an epidemic that took 26 lives over the next 40 days (11 had died by the end of July). Little José María was buried beneath the choir loft of the presidio chapel. Watch this feature over the next couple of weeks to learn about others who died in this plague, which may have been the same one that began devastating the Pimería Alta in the beginning days of 1749.
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