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

By Edward A. Martin

The gathering is a wide-ranging reference advisor. The six volumes are made from one-paragraph biographies of clinical shuttle authors drawn from all peoples and areas of the realm. The authors are integrated simply because they've got released a e-book of shuttle or have left major fabric of e-book capability. a few house is given to travelers from out of the country into the quarter represented by way of the amount.

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He joined them and settled there. He is described 43 as being fervently religious. In England he met the Countess of Huntington (originator of a Methodist subgroup) who sent him bibles, hymnbooks and two ministers; as a result, he came into conflict with the Anglican bishop. ) Calverly, Eleanor (Taylor) (b. 1896). American missionary. Author of My Arabian Days and Nights: A Medical Missionary in Old Kuwait (New York, 1958). She was Kuwait's first woman physician. She was a graduate of the Woman's College of Pennsylvania.

He was married and had five children. He contracted tuberculosis. A stay in Florida did not help. He died at home. ) Baxley, Henry Willis (1803-76). MD. Physician. Co-founder of the College of Dental Surgery at Baltimore, Maryland, 1839; he endowed the Chair of Pathology at Johns Hopkins Medical School. He spent his declining years travelling in Spain and Italy because of ill-health. In 1860-2 he travelled as a special commissioner of the USA and published a work of great interest, What I Saw on the West Coast of South and North America and at the Hawaiian Islands (New York, 1865).

This was reprinted in 1977. She adopted an Irish girl, Kitty Barry, who became her companion. ) Blackwell, Emily (1826-1910). ). She figures also in the Blackwell papers. In 1851 she recorded that she had 'reached the age for action, for great deeds'. Her application was rejected by eleven medical schools. Warner (1998: 52) describes her equally tortuous path to the practice of medicine. In 1853, she reckoned, 'I must go to Europe next year and my plan for studying in disguise appears to me most necessary .

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