Four Centuries of Medical History in Canada and a Sketch of the Medical History of Newfoundland. First Edition, Two Volume Set

By: HEAGERTY, John J. DOUGHTY, A.G., preface

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HEAGERTY, John J. Four Centuries of Medical History in Canada and a Sketch of the Medical History of Newfoundland. With a Preface by A.G. Doughty. Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, 1928. First Edition. "Pressof the Hunter-Rose Company, Limited". Two Volume Set. Pp (6),vii-xviii,1-3 95,(3) , 13 plates (including a plate (opp. p.112) captioned "Annapolis Royal, 1731"); (4),v-vii,(1),1-374,(2),+ 20 plates. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Roland, Secondary Sources in the History of Canadian Medicine: A Bibliography, Volume 1, p.145; Garrison & Morton, Medical Bibliography (5th edition) 6583 : "the authoratative rork on the history of medicinein Canada." O'Dea 1904, Watters p.874, Rhodenizer p.645. Volume I. Part 1. Epidemics of Disease. 1. Mal de terre (Scurvy); 2. Small-pox Among the Ind ians; 3. Smallpox Among the Early Settlers; 4. Mal de Siam (Yellow Fever); 5. Plague; 6. Ship Fevers (pp.107-130). 7. Mal, de la la Baie St.-Paul; 8. Leprosy; 9. Cholera; 10. Influenza. Part 2. Pioneer Physicians. 11. Record of Pioneer Physicians in the Various Provinces (pp.222-268). Part 3. Medicine and Surgery. 12. Medical and Surgical Progress; 13. Medical Journals; 14. Medical Societies; 15. Introduction of Anaesthetics; 16. Medical Serviceso* the Militia; 17. Medical Licentiation; 18. First National Conference of the Medical Services of Canada. Part 4. Public Health. 19. Growth of Publi c Health; 20. Provincial Bureau of Health, Quebec; 21. Department of the Pubuc Health, Nova Scotia (pp.351-358); 22. Provincial Board ot Health, Ontario; 23. Department of Public Health, New Brunswick; 24. Provincial Board ofHealth, Manitoba; 25.. Department of Public Health, Saskatchewan; 26. Prov incial Department of Health, Alberta; 27.. Provincial Board ot Health, British Columbia; 28. Public Health in Prince Edward Island; 29. Department of Health, Canada; 30. Dominion Council of Health. Volume II. Part 4. Public Health (Continued). 31. Citizens' Pubuc Health Association; 32. Canadian Tuberculosis Association; 33. Victorian Order of Nurses for Canada [the V.O.N.]; 34. Canadian Red Cross Society. 35. The Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene; 36. Canadian Social Hygiene Council; 37. St. John Ambulanc Association, Canadian Branch; 38. Grenfell Mission, Labradorl 39. Quarantine; 40. Immigration; 41. Development of Vital Statistics; 42 Early Public Health Enactments. Part 5. Medical Schools. 43. Establishment of Medical Schools; 44. Medical Faculty of McGill University, Montreal; 45. Medical Faculty of the University of Toronto; 46. Medical Faculty of l'Université de Montréal; 47. Medical Faculty of Laval University, Quebec; Part 6. Hospitaliization. 57. Foundation of Hospitals; 58. Hôtel-Dieu, Québec; 59. Hôpitale St.Jean de Dieu, Port Royal, Annapolis; 60. Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal; 61. Hôpit ale Générale de Québec; 62. Hôpitale de Marine de Québec; 63. Hôpitale des Trois Riveières; 64. Hôpitale Générale de Montréal; 65. Hôpitale de Roy, Louisbourg; 66. Montreal General Hospital; 67. Toronto General Hospital; 68. Hôpital St. Boniface; 69. Hôtel-Dieu, Kingston; 70. General Public Hospital, Saint John, New Brunswick; 71. Victoria General Hospital, Halifax (pp.203-206); 72. Winnipeg General Hospital; 73. The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto; 74. Hôpital Notre-Dame, Montréal; 75. Vancouver General Hospital; 76. Provincial Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria; 77. Calgary General Hospital; 78. Edmonton General Hospital; 79. Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal; 80. Regina General Hospital; 81. Ottawa Civic Hospital; 82. The Sanitorium Movement; 83. Care of the Insane; 84. Conclusion. Appendix: The "Sketch of the History of Medicine in Newfoundland" This is taken from an address by Dr.L.E. Keegan, President of the Newfoundland Medical Society, delivered at t he Second Annual Convention of the Newfoundland Medical Society on July 13th, 1925. With bibliography and very detailed index. Ex research Eli Lilly company library, with stamps on the title-pages, the frontispiece is missingin vol. 1 but a photocopy is provided, spine labels, stamps, pouches have been removed, some fading to cloth, with new endpapers and internally clean. 450.00

Title: Four Centuries of Medical History in Canada and a Sketch of the Medical History of Newfoundland. First Edition, Two Volume Set

Author Name: HEAGERTY, John J. DOUGHTY, A.G., preface

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