1600-1754: Science and Medicine
1600-1754: Chapter Eleven: Science and Medicine
by RUSSELL LAWSON
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Colonial Ironworks 387
Mapping New England 388
Farm Life 389
Water Mills 389
Franklin’s Experiments 390
The Franklin Stove 391
Geography: The First American Science 392
Ebenezer Kinnersley’s Science Show 394
The Inoculation Controversy 394
Natural Theology 395
The Pennsylvania Hospital 397
A Wooden World 398
The Birch-bark Canoe 399
John Bartram 400
Jane Colden 400
Louis Hennepin 402
John Josselyn 403
Cotton Mather 403
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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