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This book contains 14 essays showing the ways scientific and medical developments in the early 19th century South differed from those of other regions. Contributors include Thomas G. Dyer, Lester D. Stephens, William K. Scarborough, Charles B. Dew, John Harley Warner, Margaret H. Warner, Elliott J. Gorn, and others. 370p. Index. Bibliographic references. Measures 6.25x9.25 inches.
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Ronald L. Numbers is professor of history of medicine and the history of science at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He has written or edited many books on the history of science and medicine, including Medicine in the New World: New Spain, New England and New France.
Todd. L. Savitt is professor of medical humanities and adjunct professor of history at East Caroline University. He is the author of Medicine and Slaver: The Diseases and Health Care of Blacks in Antebellum Virginia.
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