History of Homoeopathy and Its Institutions in America; Their Founders, Benefactors, Faculties, Officers, Hospitals, Alumni, Etc., with a Record of Achievement of Its Representatives in the World of Medicine Volume 1

History of Homoeopathy and Its Institutions in America; Their Founders, Benefactors, Faculties, Officers, Hospitals, Alumni, Etc., with a Record of Achievement of Its Representatives in the World of Medicine Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...in New London in 1845. Dr. Nathaniel Otis Harris practiced there from 1854 to 1857, when he went to East Haddam. He graduated at the New York University Medical College in 1854 and went at once to New London, remaining until 1857, when he located in East Haddam. He studied homoeopathy with Dr. J. T. Evans. In 1847 Dr. Lucien H. Morton opened an office at Bridgeport and was the homoeopathic pioneer in Fairfield county. He was a graduate of Berkshire Medical College. Dr. Charles Taylor practiced in Bridgeport for one year and went to New Milford. In 1859 Dr. Charles E. Sanford went to Bridgeport from Bristol. He was born in North Haven, May 31, 1830, and graduated from Yale Medical School in 1853. He studied medicine with his brother-in-law, Dr. G. A. Moody of Plainville. After graduation he returned to Plainville, entering into partnership with his preceptor and remained there two years. In 1855 he married Anna F. Neale and about that time entered mercantile pursuits in New York, but soon returned to his profession. During his stay in New York Dr. Sanford became acquainted with homoeopathy and was impelled while living with an old friend in Brooklyn to investigate, resulting in his complete conversion to its principles. In 1870 Dr. Sanford wrote: "My present address is Bridgeport, where I have resided since 1859. Previous to that time I practiced medicine in Plainville and Bristol. I began to practice homoeopathy in 1858." Dr. James H. Osborne was located at Bridgeport in 1870. He graduated from the New York Homoeopathic College in 1867. Dr. Oliver Brewster Taylor graduated at Harvard Medical School in 1842, and began the practice of homoeopathy in 1848 at Dana, Mass. In 1849 ne went to Manchester, where for many years he was the only...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236611756
  • 9781236611758