Pioneer microbiologists of America.


Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1961.

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Subjects Microbiology -- Biography.
Microbiology -- History -- Biography.
Microbiology -- History.
Microbiology.
Description 369 pages illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date 1961.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. Foundations of Early Bacteriology -- I. Beginnings in other lands -- II. Early centuries in America -- III. Critical epidemiology before the birth of bacteriology -- IV. The period of the great epidemics in America -- 2. The Atlantic Seaboard -- V. Early sanitation and public hygiene -- VI. Johns Hopkins University -- the medical school -- VII. Massachusetts, Boston, and public hygiene -- VIII. Rhode Island -- IX Connecticut and State Agricultural Experiment Stations -- X. The great metropolis and New York state -- XI. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware -- XII. Important contributions to microbiology by federal agencies -- 3. The Central Valley -- XIII. Bacteriology as it developed in three types of institutions in our midwest -- XIV. Other areas of the central valley -- 4. Our Western Lands -- XV. Rocky Mountain area -- XVI. California and the coast -- 5. Perspective -- XVII. Our means of communication and our early leaders -- XVIII. Epilogue -- from a laboratory window -- Notes -- Index.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)964822
(OCoLC)ocm00964822
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Clark, Paul F. 1882-
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