Tribute to the Memory of Alden March, M.D., LL.D.

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No jacket, edges rubbed, ink note, rear endpaper creased. 1870 Large Hardcover. 112 pp. A tribute to the memory of Dr. Alden March. Alden March (1795–1869) was a leading nineteenth century American physician, surgeon and medical inventor. March grew up in Sutton, Massachusetts. His brother was army surgeon, David March. March married Joanna P. Armsby in 1824. He received his MD from Brown University on 1820. In 1821, March taught the first anatomy course in the history of New York State. He later founded the Practical School for Anatomy and Surgery in Albany, NY, and held the first chair in surgery at Albany Medical College. Among the devices invented by March were novel methods for removing dead bone and renal calculi. He served as President of the American Medical Association and the New York State Medical Society. The Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College is named after March. Keywords: DR DOCTOR ALDEN MARCH TRIBUTE TO MEMORY MEMORIAM 1869 MEDICAL MEDICINE

Title: Tribute to the Memory of Alden March, M.D., LL.D.

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Categories: Medical,

Publisher: Charles van Benthuysen & Sons: 1870

Binding: Large Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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