1783-1815: Science and Medicine
1783-1815: Chapter Ten: Science and Medicine
by ANTHONY CONNORS
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Charlatans and Patent Medicines 370
The Death of George Washington 372
Medical Education 375
Medical Training at Harvard 376
The Patent Office 376
The American Philosophical Society 377
Science, Religion, and Race 378
The Banneker-Jefferson Correspondence 379
Smallpox Vaccination 380
A Letter to Dr. Edward Jenner 381
The Steamboat 381
Amateur Scientist 382
Textile Mills 383
Yellow Fever and Malaria 386
Benjamin Rush 390
John Stevens 391
Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford 392
Eli Whitney 393
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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