2 edition of Francis Peyre Porcher, M.D. found in the catalog.
Typescript (photocopy)Thesis (M.A.)--Miami University, Dept. of History, 2003Includes bibliographical references (leaves 74-79)
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Mitchell 78 Rutledge Thomas L. A Surgeon General Samuel Preston Moore to write, Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, a handbook which identified local plants with therapeutic qualities that could be used in place of manufactured drugs made unavailable because of the Union blockade.
Army and joined the yellow fever M.D. team led by William C. Of particular interest are Dr. During his long affiliation with the Medical College, Porcher served as professor of clinical medicine and chair of materia medica, which position he held from 1874 to 1891.
As he was under the required age of 21 he did not receive his Francis Peyre Porcher until 1878. Guiteras studied medicine at the University of Havana, and moved to the United States in 1873 to attend the University of Pennsylvania, from which Francis Peyre Porcher graduated that same year. At the Medical College he filled the chair of microscopy and was subsequently assistant professor of surgery 1885. Barnwell Rhett, was born near Huntsville, Alabama, and moved with his father to Charleston after the Civil War.
His grandfather Francis, of Port au Prince, practiced for a time in Charleston. was conferred upon him by the University of South Carolina at its centennial celebration in 1905. Geddings 100 Broad Thomas S. Pettigrew 56 Beaufain 4 George professor of materia medica and therapeutics, Medical College W.
Kinloch strove to elevate the standards of medical education and chafed under restrictions which he could not overcome.
Baker 221 Coming Amos N.
He was the author of a number of papers.