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Only One Man Died, the Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

by E. G. Chuinard

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Published by Ye Galleon Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical,
  • MED,
  • MED039000,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages444
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8344139M
    ISBN 100870621289
    ISBN 109780870621284

    Author(s): Chuinard,Eldon G(Eldon George), Title(s): Only one man died: the medical aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition/ by Eldon G. Chuinard. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Glendale, Calif.: Clark, , c   The Lewis and Clark expedition is one of the most fascinating aspects of American history. Ambrose does an impeccable job of chronicling the journey, as well as details before and after the adventure. This book can be a little hard to stick with, so /5(K).

    Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. A. H. Clark Co., p. NW CHUINAR ; R CHUINAR ; RARE CHUINAR “Readable overview of journey that gives a thorough ‘examination’ of medical practices of the .   Sergeant Charles Floyd dies three months into the voyage of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, becoming the only member of the Corps of Discovery to die during the journey.

    Lewis and Clark Expedition Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 14, () LESSONS FROM HISTORY Excerpts from: MEDICAL ASPECTS OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION (–) O. LARSELL, Portland, Oregon T HE Lewis and Clark Expedition (–), sent by President Thomas Jefferson to the Co-lumbia River, has had so important an effect. One amazing fact is that from the time they left the St. Louis area on , until their return on Septem —and after more than 8, miles of travel on trails and waterways—Lewis and Clark lost only one man. Sergeant Charles Floyd died, probably from appendicitis, on Aug


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Chuinard’s collection, donated inwas particularly strong in books about nineteenth century science, the scientific aspects of the expedition, and works about Thomas. As awkward and strange as these rules seem today, you must remember that only one man died (Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (LARGE PRRINT) on the trip and conventional theory suggests his appendix burst and there wasn't too much that Lewis could have done to help him.

But, as Dr. Chuinard stated in his book Only One Man Died, “the generally non –scientific basis of medical practice at the time permitted [Lewis and Clark] to care for their men as well as a graduate physician of the day might have done.”[91] Throughout the journals, the men of the expedition exhibit only confidence in.

Eldon G. Chuinard, Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Glendale, California: Arthur Clark Company, ), Funded in part by a grant from the National Park Service's Challenge Cost Share Program.

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by Chuinard, Eldon G. Glendale, CA: Arthur H. Clark Co, 8vo. Illustrated, plates, color frontispiece. Red cloth, gilt spine title, illustrated. Add tags for "Only one man died: the medical aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition".

Be the first. Lewis's spelling, "Sulpher"—he meant "sulphur"—is the British form of the word. The chemical is now spelled "sulfur" and the name of the spring retains Lewis's original spelling. Eldon G. Chuinard, Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (Glendale, California: Arthur H.

Clark, ), p. Book one: The medical world of Lewis and Clark. Army medicine -- Indian medicine -- Colonial and frontier medicine -- Blood-letting -- Book two: Preparation for the expedition.

The president and his captains -- Benjamin Rush -- Lewis prepares to go west -- Down the Ohio -- At Camp DuBois -- Dr. Antoine Francois Saugrain -- Book three: The. Lewis procured weapons at Harpers Ferry, Virginia (now in West Virginia), supervised the construction of a foot (metre) keelboat, and secured smaller vessels, in addition to designing an iron-framed boat that could be assembled on the his co-commander he selected William Clark, who had been his military superior during the government’s battles with the Northwest Indian.

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Chuinard (Trade Cloth) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Sergeant Charles Floyd, according to Lewis, was "a young man of much merit." [15] We do not know a great deal more about him. He has the tragic fame of being the only man of the party to die on the expedition, and an impressive monument rises over his remains at Sioux City, Iowa, near the place where he inhe was one of the "nine young men from Kentucky" who joined Lewis at.

The trip until now had been relatively easy, but was marked by the death of one man, Sergeant Charles Floyd, who was, remarkably, the only man to die during the entire expedition.

He apparently had succumbed to a ruptured appendix. The journals of Lewis and Clark 8 make only passing reference to eye problems during the first leg of their.

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