David Hosack and the Rutgers Medical College
Keywords:Rutgers, History, David Hosack
AbstractThe article is about Dr. David Hosack and the short-lived Rutgers Medical College which he administered from 1826 to 1827. This was third medical college at Rutgers. The first ran from 1792 to 1793 and the second from 1812 to 1816, when Rutgers was still Queen's College.
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