Manuscript Collection

The Barnwell County Endemic of 1891: It is Typhoid or Continued Fever? - Accession 1323, M660 (714)

Title

The Barnwell County Endemic of 1891: It is Typhoid or Continued Fever? - Accession 1323, M660 (714)

Files

Download The Barnwell County Endemic of 1891: Is it Typhoid or Continued Fever? by Martin Bellinger (3.4 MB)

Identifier

Accession 1323 - M660 (714)

Inclusive Dates

ca. 1892

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

9 pieces

Language

English;

Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of a booklet titled, The Barnwell County Endemic of 1891: It is Typhoid or Continued Fever? published in ca. 1892. This publication was an address read “At a special meeting of the Barnwell County (South Carolina) Medical Society, called March 8th, 1892, to discuss the character of the recent County fever outbreak, Dr. L. C. Stevens, president, in the chair, the following paper read by Dr. Martin Belinger was unanimously endorsed and ordered to be published.” Also included is a Map Of The State Of South Carolina, United States Of America: Shewing The Cities, Principal Towns, Court Houses, Railroads, Rivers and Seacoast Published by Joseph Walker, Charleston, SC 1867.

Provenance

Transferred from Special Collections.

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

The Barnwell County Endemic of 1891: It is Typhoid or Continued Fever? - Accession 1323, M660 (714)

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