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by E. G. Chuinard
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  • Author:
    E. G. Chuinard
  • ISBN:
    0870621289
  • ISBN13:
    978-0870621284
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  • Publisher:
    Ye Galleon Pr (November 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    444 pages
  • Subcategory:
    History
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  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    390
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The author, a physician himself, explores the medical milieu of the early 19th century, focusing on medicine as it was practiced in the Army, among Native Americans, and on the frontier. Particular attention is given to the practice of bloodletting by doctors. Originally published in 1979 by the.

Book by Chuinard, E. . G. Get A Copy. Some parts of this book are redundant - stating in the body what is also stated in the footnotes, and presenting information in the chapters about the journey that seem to be cut-and-paste from the earlier chapters about medical practices of the times.

Published November 1998 by Ye Galleon Pr. Written in English.

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Glendale, CA: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1979. List this Seller's Books.

Medical Books Medical History Books. ISBN13: 9780870621284.

All Authors, Contributors: Eldon G Chuinard. Notes: Originally issued 1979 as number 19 of the Western frontiersman series by . Clark Co. of Glendale, Calif

All Authors, Contributors: Eldon G Chuinard. Find more information about: Eldon G Chuinard. ISBN: 087062870621284. of Glendale, Calif. Description: 444 pages : illustrations, map, portraits, facsimile ; 26 cm.

The Contributions of Lewis and Clark to Ethnography. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 44 (1954): 358–70.

Glendale: Arthur H. Clark, 1979. The Contributions of Lewis and Clark to Ethnography. Rees, John E. The Shoshoni Contribution to Lewis and Clark. Idaho Yesterdays 2 (1958): 2–13. We Proceeded On 3 (1977): 4–6. Smith.

Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1980. Duncan, Dayton, Lewis & Clark: An Illustrated History. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. Fitz-Gerald, Christine . Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. Chicago: Children’s Press, 1991. Flexner, James Thomas, Saint or Scourge: Benjamin Rush, Doctors on Horseback: Pioneers of American Medicine.

A. H. Clark C. 1979. 444 p. NW 91. 042 CHUINAR 1979; R 91. 042 CHUINAR 1979; RARE 91. 042 CHUINAR 1979 Readable overview of the journey that gives a thorough ‘examination’ of medical practices of the day. Includes equipment, pharmaceuticals, and the medical practices used by the two captains. Photography by Mike Venso, cartography by Steve R. Russell. Woodland Press, 2001.

A reprint of a book relating the medical history of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The author, a physician himself, explores the medical milieu of the early 19th century, focusing on medicine as it was practiced in the Army, among Native Americans, and on the frontier. Particular attention is given to the practice of bloodletting by doctors. Preparations for the expedition and the journey itself are then covered in detail, with an emphasis on illnesses and injuries that expedition members suffered along the way and how they were treated. Originally published in 1979 by the Arthur H. Clark Company (Glendale, California). Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Brajind
If you want to know all about the medical happenings, this covers it all. It does not, however, give much insight into what those medical issues might have been.
Watikalate
Very good book on the Lewis & Clark trip.
Arakus
as described - shipped quickly
Androwyn
This is a fascinating account of medical practices at the time of the Expedition and on the Expedition. Fascinating read.