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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Origins of public health in America.
New York, Arno Press, 1972
|Description:||40, 30, 58, 79 pages illustrations 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Superiority of sanitary measures over quarantines: an address delivered before the Suffolk District Medical Society at its third anniversary meeting, Boston, April 24, 1852, by H.G. Clark.--Researches upon the necropolis of New Orleans, with brief allusions to its vital arithmetic, by B. Dowler.--Anniversary discourse, before the New York Academy of Medicine, delivered in Clinton Hall, November 22d, 1854, by J.H. Griscom.--Observations on febrile contagion, and on the means of improving the medical police of the city of New York. Delivered as an introductory discourse, in the Hall of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, on the sixth of November, 1820, by D. Hosack.|
|Series Title:||Medicine & society in America.|