Doctor Dan, Pioneer in American Surgery

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Little, Brown, 1954 - African American physicians - 381 pages
A biography of Daniel Williams, the African American who first performed a successful heart surgery, his notoriety and his devotion to an interracial institute of healing and medical training.

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The Wandering Barber Finds a Home
3
A Medical Apprentice in 1878
15
A National Task
97
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