A Biographical Encyclopedia of Medical Travel Authors: The by Edward A. Martin

By Edward A. Martin

The gathering is a wide-ranging reference consultant. The six volumes are made of one-paragraph biographies of scientific shuttle authors drawn from all peoples and areas of the realm. The authors are incorporated simply because they've got released a publication of commute or have left major fabric of booklet power. a few area is given to visitors from in another country into the quarter represented by means of the quantity.

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Author of General Lane's Brigade in Central Mexico (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1854). This was the product of a journal kept in difficult circumstances during the expedition of July 1847-8. He was an officer in the US Volunteer Service. It is a gripping account which ends with a list of the killed and wounded. He greatly admired Lane. He dedicates the book to the soldiers who served at Huamantla, Puebla, Atlixco and Tlascala. In the intervals between marching and fighting there was time for duels. Brackett looked down on the Mexican people.

At Louisville, he established a strong programme and travelled again in Europe. In 1849 he was dismissed on account of age. He was a very prolific author and translator. The ANB comments, 'He is best remembered for his Autobiography . published two years after his death. ) Caleff, John (1724-1812). American naval surgeon. Born in Ipswich, Massachusetts and died in New Brunswick; educated in Boston; naval surgeon for five years; settled in Ipswich. He took the loyalist side in 1768 and was forced to leave.

American physician. Author of Home Again! , 1884). He was a delegate to a conference in Copenhagen. He observed hospitals and physicians in Denmark, England, Germany, France and Canada. ) Bowditch, Henry Ingersoll (1808-92). Boston physician and abolitionist. MD, Harvard. As a postgraduate student he was welcomed in Paris where his father was known as a translator. ). , vol. III) to exact observation became a central theme for Bowditch (and an obsession with Jackson). , 1872). He was appointed Physician to the Massachusetts General Hospital.

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