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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 6310 6372
Name: 
Nott, J. C.
Nott, JC
Nott, Josiah C.
Nott, Josiah Clark
Dates: 
1804-1873
Creation class: 
cre
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Related names: 
Agassiz, Jean Louis Rodolphe (1807-1873)
Agassiz, Louis (1807-1873)
Bernasconi, Robert (1950-..)
Gliddon, George R. (1809-1857) (George Robins))
Gliddon, George Robins (1809-1857)
Morton, Samuel George (1799-1851))
Patterson, Henry S. (1815-1854) (Henry Stuart))
Patterson, Henry Stuart (1815-1854)
Pulszky, Ferencz Aurelius (1814-1897)
Usher, W.
Usher, William
Titles: 
Animalcular and cryptogamic theories on the origins of fevers, 1977:
Chronology, ancient and scriptural.
Contributions to bone and nerve surgery.
essay on the natural history of mankind, viewed in connection with negro slavery delivered before the southern rights association, 14 december 1850., an
exposition of the principles of the new medical doctrine, An
indigenous races of the earth; or, new chapters of ethnological inquiry; including monographs on special departments.
Instincts of races:
physical history of the Jewish race, The
sketch of the epidemic of yellow fever of 1847, in mobile.
Syllabus of a course of lectures [on surgery]
two lectures on the connection between the biblical and physical history of man, delivered by invitation, from the chair of political economy, etc., of the louisiana university, in december, 1848.
Two lectures on the natural history of the Caucasian and Negro races...
Types of mankind: or Ethnological researches, based upon the ancient monuments, paintings, sculptures, and crania of races, and upon their natural, geographical, philological, and biblical history : illustrated by selections from the inedited papers of Samuel George Morton, and by additional contributions from L. Agassiz, W. Usher, and H.S. Patterson
yellow fever contrasted with bilious fever: reasons for believing it a disease sui generis - its mode of propagation - remote cause - probable insect or animalcular origin.
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