Fine. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. "James H. Cassedy's latest work provides a fascinating account of early nineteenth-century American social and territorial expansion as illustrated by medical growth and population change. It discusses demographic problems of concern to physicians-large scale immigration, migration, fertility, edidemic disease, and mortality-and it examines the important roles played by physicians in studying national trends and problesm. " This book has 298 pages and is illustrated.
Very Good with no dust jacket. 0299109046. Sound binding. Clean, off-white text. Wrappers have light handling wear with minor soiling to edges of text block. Illustrated.; "A fascinating account of early nineteenth-century American social and territorial expansion as illustrated by medical growth and population change....Explores the medical aspects of America's population movement and community development in the Midwest, Far West, and South."; 9.0" tall; 298 pages; Renumbered.
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