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Pioneer microbiologists of America


Clark, Paul F.
Pioneer microbiologists of America
Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1961

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[Title Page], pp. [i]-[iv]

Preface, Clark, Paul F. pp. v-x

Contents, pp. xi-xii

List of illustrations, pp. xiii-xiv

1. Foundations of early bacteriology, pp. [1]-[2]

Chapter I: Beginnings in other lands, pp. 3-22

Chapter II: Early centuries in America, pp. 23-29

Chapter III: Critical epidemiology before the birth of bacteriology, pp. 30-44

Chapter IV: The period of the great epidemics in America, pp. 45-[80]

2. The Atlantic Seaboard, pp. [81]-[82]

Chapter V: Early sanitation and public hygiene, pp. 83-88

Chapter VI: Johns Hopkins University - the medical school, pp. 89-105

Chapter VII: Massachusetts, Boston, and public hygiene, pp. 106-136

Chapter VIII: Rhode Island, pp. 137-141

Chapter IX: Connecticut and state agricultural experiment stations, pp. 142-153

Chapter X: The great metropolis and New York State, pp. 154-189

Chapter XI: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, pp. 190-203

Chapter XII: Important contributions to microbiology by federal agencies, pp. 204-[234]

3. The Central Valley, pp. [235]-[236]

Chapter XIII: Bacteriology as it developed in three types of institutions in our Midwest, pp. 237-270

Chapter XIV: Other areas of the Central Valley, pp. 271-[282]

4. Our western lands, pp. [283]-[284]

Chapter XV: Rocky Mountain area, pp. 285-291

Chapter XVI: California and the coast, pp. 292-308

5. Perspective, pp. [309]-[310]

Chapter XVII: Our means of communication and our early leaders, pp. 311-318

Chapter XVIII: Epilogue- from a laboratory window, pp. 319-332

Notes, pp. 333-355

Index, pp. 356-369

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