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Title
Dr. R. Greene's Indianopathy, or, Science of Indian medicine :  founded upon the "laws of nature," the principles of which were obtained by Dr. Greene in his travels among the Indians, whereby he is enabled to successfully treat cancers, tumors, scrofula, ulcers, and all chronic diseases   / by R. Greene.
Dr. R. Greene's Indianopathy
Science of Indian medicine
Indianopathy, or Science of Indian medicine
Indianopathy
Dr. Greene's Indianopathy, or, Science of Indian medicine
Dr. Greene's Indianopathy
Name/Creator
Greene, R. (Reuben), 1817-, creator
Indian Medical Institute
HOLLIS IDDigital ObjectLocation
Countway Medicine

Networked Resource
Place of Origin
Boston
Publisher
Published by order of the Board of Managers
Language
English
Description
82 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Form/Genre
text

biography

print
Classification
E98.M4 G82 1858

W6 P3 v.7481 box 34 no.24

Film 76-71 no. 5
Subject
United States ;  Indians, North American ;  Medicine, Traditional ;  Indians of North America -- Medicine ;  Traditional medicine -- North America

Category
Images in Books

Medical Education and Practice

Domestic Medicine

Note
"Cancers, tumors, scrofula, ulcers, &c., cured at the Indian Medical Institute"--Cover.

Sketch of the life of Dr. R. Green, the Indian physician: p. [5]-7.

Includes index.


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