1850-1877: Science and Medicine
1850-1877: Chapter Eleven: Science and Medicine
by KIMBERLY KELLISON
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Changes in Specific Sciences, 1850-1877 361
Great Adventurer 362
Competition Among Fossil Hunters 363
Darwin in America 364
Reviewing Darwin 365
The Organization of American Medicine 366
Rise of Women Physicians 366
The Social Sciences 368
Proslavery Theory and Sociology 368
Technological Change 370
The United States Sanitary Commission 372
William Alexander Hammond 375
Joseph Henry 376
Josiah Nott 377
Abby Woolsey 377
Marie Zakrzewska 378
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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