Black Death

The Black Death
Dr. Ellis L. Knox, Boise State University. Here is a complete unit on the plague in twenty-three parts. The site is text based.
The Black Death
By Lori Anne Wark of the Discovery Channel. This is a superior web site with pictures and dramatic graphics to emphasis the subject matter.
The Black Death 1347 - 1350
This is a very attractive and thorough site with a good load of emphasis put on the biological and strategic affects of the plague.
The Church's involvement in the Bubonic Plague
by Starr Bushey, Stephanie Ginder & Katie O'Sullivan. This site has the look of being done by some students but it is excellent in that it traces the development of the disease. But it also does a great job of explaining the nature of the disease itself.
Plague and Public Health in Renaissance Europe
One of the things that can be done on the Internet is present the original documents. This site has four sections with original Italian (translated) documents describing the situation at the time of the plague.
The Black Death: Bubonic Plague
by Aaron Rice a Timpview High School student in partnership with the David O. McKay School of Education. This is a single page of text but it is consise and to the point. It tells of the spread of the disease and has an outstanding time line.
Medieval Sourcebook: Boccaccio: The Decameron - Introduction
From Boccaccio, TheDecameron. This writer was thene and recorded what was going on and did so in the vernacular Italian of the day. This translation was done in 1921. One of the great things about using a source like this is that it is a first hand account, a primary source.
Sites and resources for your Black Death and Plague of London topic
There isn't time to check all of the long list of reference on this site but it is just what you needed if you are doing some study on the plague.
Jewish History Sourcebook: The Black Death and the Jews 1348-1349 CE
The horror of the plague lead to additional horror and this site tells about the side story of the plague where Jews are blamed and pursecuted for having deliberatedly spreading the diseased. This site uses primary sources so it is a powerful statement and perhaps sets the stage for things which happened much later in Europe.