2 edition of Early medical men in the Northwest who were naturalists found in the catalog.
Early medical men in the Northwest who were naturalists
Johnson, Murray L.
Read before the University of Oregon Medical School Medical History Club, Oct. 1938.
|Statement||Murray L. Johnson.|
|Contributions||University of Oregon. Medical School. Medical History Club.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
Art. II. Medicine in the Northwest by J. Gottfred. In which the author presents some insights on medical care in the northwest fur trade as gleaned from period journals. Introduction. The subject of medical care in the Northwest is one which is often given short shrift by re-enactors, yet it was an important facet of life then as it is now. Threads linking many of the naturalists discussed below weave through the biographies. Many were on expeditions together, were student/teacher, shared botanical and other scientific collections with each other, were brought together by mutual friends, or threads that I particularly enjoyed following were the relationships with Charles Darwin and membership in the National Academy.
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As the nineteenth century ended, the days of the early naturalists were long : Taylor Trade Publishing. The Northwestern Naturalist is the official journal of the Society. Originally published as the Murrelet init is recognized as the best source of early biological studies in the Pacific Northwest.
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Dibble & Co., First Edition. Good+ in the original decorated brown cloth covered boards with gilt text and black designs on the spine and gilt text and a circle in gilt of a man with the sketch of a log cabin and wagon on the front board. The Pacific Fur Company (PFC) was an American fur trade venture wholly owned and funded by John Jacob Astor that functioned from to It was based in the Pacific Northwest, an area contested over the decades between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the Spanish Empire, the United States of America and the Russian Empire.
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