The Newberry Library Seminar in Rural History:
Healthcare in Rural America
Co-Sponsored by the University of Chicago
Saturday, October 23, 2004
11:00am-3:00pm, The Newberry Library
"If slaves are permitted to lounge about their own housees when wick, they may often elude observation":
The Practical Implications of Racial and Medical Theory
Gretchen Long, Williams College
The Dilemma of Poverty and Sickness:
Iowa Physicians, 1900-1939
Susan C. Lawrence, University of Iowa
"In Union There is Strength":
Rural Health Nusing in the Great Depression
Philip L. Frana, University of Central Arkansas
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