Bibliography of the Genesee Region, 1790 to 1990: Results

Entry Number Author Title
3801 “An Early Rochester Physician.”
3820 Report of the Addresses and Sermon at the Dedication of the Clifton Springs Water-Cure, Held July 25, 1856.
3812 "Castile Sanitarium Observes Centennial."
3813 "Dr. Mary T. Greene Sanitarium: 100 Year Celebration."
5641 A Collection of the Published Analyses of Avon Mineral Springs, with Remarks on the Use of the Waters, Public Houses, Bathing Establishments, Natural Curiosities, &c.
5642 Dedication of the New Building of the Sanitarium at Clifton Springs, N.Y., 1896.
5643 Report of the Addresses and Sermon at the Dedication of Clifton Springs Water-Cure Held July 25, 1856.
3806 ADAMS, SAMUEL H. Life of Henry Foster, M.D.: Founder, Clifton Springs Sanitarium.
3789 ADAMS, SAMUEL HOPKINS. "Our Forefathers Tackle an Edipemic--The Cholera of 1832."
3790 ALLEN, PHYLLIS. "The Fever: Genesee Country Disease."
3778 ATWATER, EDWARD C. The Medical Profession in a New Society, Rochester, New York (1811-60).
3779 ATWATER, EDWARD C. “The Heyday of Homeopathy in Rochester (1880-1920),”
3781 ATWATER, EDWARD C. “Medical Politics in Rochester, 1865-1925: Hospitals, Clubs and Specialists.”
3780 ATWATER, EDWARD C. “Hulbert Harrington Warner and the Perfect Pitch: Sold Hope; Made Millions.”
5639 ATWATER, EDWARD C. “The Physicians of Rochester, N.Y., 1860-1910: A Study in Professional History, II.” "
3807 ATWATER, EDWARD C., and LAWRENCE A. KOHN. Rochester and the Water-Cure, 1844-1854.
3802 BLACKWELL, ELIZABETH. Pioneer Work in Opening the Medical Profession to Women: Autobiographical Sketches.
3808 BURR, NANCY J. "The Water-Cure."
3809 CARPENTER, CATHY A. "Our Castle on the Hill."
3810 CARSON, GERALD. "Bloomers and Bread Crumbs."
3811 CONKLIN, WILLIAM D., comp. The Jackson Health Resort: Pioneer in Its Field, as Seen by Those Who Knew It Well ...
3799 CORNER, BETSY C. “Rochester's Early Medical School.”
3800 CORNER, BETSY C. “Early Medical Education in Western New York, Geneva, and Rochester Areas, 1827 to 1872.”
3803 DE LANCEY, MARGARET MUNRO. "Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell's Graduation—An Eye-Witness Account by Margaret Munro DeLancey," ed. Wendell Tripp.
3791 DRAKE, DANIEL. A Systematic Treatise, Historical, Etiological and Practical, on the Principal Diseases of the Interior Valley of North America ...
3792 FOREMAN, EDWARD R. Genesee Fever.
3814 FRANCIS, JOHN W. Observations on the Mineral Waters of Avon, Livingston County, New-York.
3815 GORDON, ELIZABETH PUTNAM. The Story of the Life and Work of Cordelia A. Greene, M.D.
3816 GREENE, EDWARD. "Recollections of Early Days at the Water Cure with Dr. Cordelia Greene."
3793 HENDERSON, DONALD A. "Epidemic Cholera, Rochester, 1833."
3782a HOLBROOK, STEWART H. “Phrenology in New York State.”
3794 HOLTON, GLADYS REID. "The Western Barge.'"
3817 JOHNSON, JOSEPHINE M. "The Water Cure at 'The San.'"
3804 JOHNSTON, MALCOLM S. Elizabeth Blackwell and Her Alma Mater: The Story in the Documents.
3782 JOYNT, ROBERT J. The Golden Age of Quackery.
3818 KURTZ, DONALD. "The Warsaw Sanitarium."
3783 LATHROP, CLARISSA CALDWELL. A Secret Institution.
3819 LOSSING,BENSON J. "Sulphur Springs of New York."
3795 LUDLOW, EDWARD G. Observations on the Lake Fevers and Other Diseases of the Genesee Country, in the State of New-York.
3796 RICHMOND, PHYLLIS A. "Asiatic Cholera in Rochester."
3784 RICHMOND, PHYLLIS ALLEN. “Was William E. Clarke of Rochester the First American to Use Ether for Surgical Anesthesia?”
3797 ROCHESTER. Board of Health. Report of the Board of Health, on Cholera, as It Appeared in Rochester, New York, in 1852; Published by Order of the Board.
3798 RODGERS, MILES M. Causes of Contagious and Epidemic Diseases, with Hints for Their Prevention, and Reform in Medical Police.
3805 ROSS, ISHBEL. Child of Destiny: The Life Story of the First Woman Doctor.
5640 STONE, LOIS GREENE. “Medical Practice in Early Pittsford.”
3785 TOZIER, ETHEL A.M. “John G. Meacham, M.D., Local Pioneer in Use of Chloroform.”
3821 TREUSDELL, CAROL S. "Greenwood Springs."
3786 WILLIAMS, JOHN R. “Great Pioneer Inventions--The Mignon Cold Lamp: The Product of Rochester Genius.”
3787 WOFSON, IRVING. “The Influence of the Erie Canal on Medical Education and Practice in Upstate New York.”
3788 WOLFE, ANDREW D. “The Incredible Trial of Dr. Joseph Biegler.”

Search the Bibliography    Browse the Bibliography