PBS: The American Experience
Want a quick overview of the Spanish flu in video and written form? Hands down, this is the best starting point.
National Archives and Records Administration
The Deadly Virus: The Influenza Epidemic of 1918
Naval History and Heritage Command
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Contains many graphics and a video.
Last of the Doughboys
Alabama Department of Archives & History
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Though both are written at a HS level, some resources are appropriate for younger students.
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Resource Page for BREATHE
Young Adult Fiction