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Becoming a new doctor prior to 1861

Posted on April 28, 2017 at 12:01 am

Before the Civil War there were the country doctors. That institution went to the house, delivered the babies, healed the sick and (in the South) treated the slaves. This was the mainstay of medicine in this age. The country doctor earned less than $19,000 per year in today’s...
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