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Title
A systematic treatise, historical, etiological, and practical, on the principal diseases of the interior valley of North America, as they appear in the Caucasian, African, Indian, and Esquimaux varieties of its population / by Daniel Drake ; edited by S. Hanbury Smith and Francis G. Smith.
Principal diseases of the interior valley of North America
Name/Creator
Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852, creator
Smith, Samuel Hanbury, 1810-1894
Smith, Francis Gurney, 1818-1878
Smith, Samuel Hanbury, 1810-1894, editor.
Smith, Francis Gurney, 1818-1878, editor.
HOLLIS IDDigital ObjectLocation
Networked Resource

Countway Medicine
Place of Origin
Philadelphia
Publisher
Lippincott, Grambo & Co.
Language
English
Description
xix, [17]-985 p. ; 24 cm.
Form/Genre
text

print
Classification
RA802 .D77

WBH D761s 1854

Film 71-3 no. 2
Subject
Fever ;  Southeastern United States ;  Topography, Medical ;  Midwestern United States ;  Medical geography -- North America ;  Medical climatology -- North America ;  Fever ;  Disease -- history ;  Fever ;  Medical climatology ;  Fever -- Southeastern United States ;  Southeastern United States ;  Midwestern United States

Category
Humoral Theory

Yellow Fever

Public Health, 1800-1899

Medical Geography

Medical Education and Practice

Note
First series published 1850.

Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.


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