Green Wood and Chloroform: How a Young English Doctor Settled in Rural Maine
A young English doctor moved his family to remote Eagle Lake, Maine in the 1950s and a medical practice that often required procedures not endorsed in any modern medical text. But in Eagle Lake (and later in central Maine), Dr. Betts found he was soon accepted by both his patients and his fellow doctors as he built his new practice.
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