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Barton, Clara (1821-1912) The Red Cross of the Geneva Convention: what it is. Washington, DC: Rufus H. Darby, Steam Power Book and Job Printer, 1878.
Chase, Thomas N. (fl. 1903) Mortality among Negroes in cities: Proceedings of the Conference for Investigations of City Problems, Atlanta, 1896. Atlanta: Atlanta University Press, 1903.
Colman, Benjamin (1673-1747) Some observations on the new method of receiving the small-pox by ingrafting or inoculating. Boston: Printed by B. Green, for Samuel Gerrish, 1721.
Holt, Emmett L. (1855-1924) The Care and Feeding of Children: A Catechism for the Use of Mothers and Children's Nurses. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1894.
Morton, William T. G. (1819-1868) Remarks on the proper mode of administering sulphuric ether by inhalation. Boston: Button and Wentworth, printer, 1847.
Rush, Benjamin (1746-1813) Directions for preserving the health of soldiers, addressed to the officers of the Army of the United States. [Philadelphia: Printed for Thomas Dobson, Fry and Kammerer, printers, 1808]
United States Pure Food and Drug Act (1906). United States Statutes at Large [59th Cong., Sess. I, Chp. 3915, p. 768-772; cited as 34 U.S. Stats. 768]
Waln, Robert (1794-1825) An account of the asylum for the insane, established by the Society of Friends, near Frankford, in the vicinity of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Benjamin & Thomas Kite, 1825.
Related titles:Variant title: Medicine in the Americas, 1610-1914 : a digital library ; Medicine in the Americas: historical works from the History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine.