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The History of Medicine in America - The Revolutionary War
The History of Medicine The Revolutionary War. During the American Revolution, more soldiers died from illness than from combat. This was the reality of the .

Health and Medicine in Revolutionary America - The American ...
Witness to the Early American Experience: Health and Medicine in Revolutionary America. The American Revolution: An Everyday Life Perspective .

Medicine and the American Revolution: How Diseases and Their ...
About the Author. Oscar Reiss, a retired physician, is also the author of Blacks in Colonial America (1997). He lives in San Diego.

Great American History Outline of the Revolution -
Outline of the American Revolution with Links. by Gordon Leidner . Intolerable Acts . The History of Medicine: The Revolutionary War .

Office of Medical History - Medical Men in the American Revolution
Aug 19, 2009 . Medical Men in the American Revolution. Books and Documents. MEDICAL MEN IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1775-1783. BY LOUIS C.

BARNES & NOBLE | Medicine and the American Revolution: How ...
Jan 28, 2004 . Available in: Paperback, Hardcover. From a physicians perspective, this is a unique history of the American Revolution and how diseases .

LIBERTY! . Medicine | PBS
There were approximately 3500 doctors in America just before the American Revolution. Most had more in common with a medieval barber than a modern M.D. .

Pg 118] Thomas Attwood returned from Newark to open "his store of Drugs and Medicines in Dock-Street.

An on-line transcription of William Buchan's 1785 home medical guide for the treatment and prevention of disease in the 18th century.

Dr. Benjamin Rush and the American Medical Revolution
the American Revolution, I ascribe in a great measure the disorganization of my old principles in medicine. Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes in 1861, when the .

Medicine and the American Revolution - McFarland - Publisher of ...
Medicine and the American Revolution How Diseases and Their Treatments Affected the Colonial Army Oscar Reiss, M.D.. Print ISBN: 978-0-7864-2160-2 notes .

Written by Malcolm Tatum