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Cutbush, Edward. Observations on the Means of Preserving the Health of Soldiers and Sailors; and on the Duties of the Medical Departments of the Army and Navy: With Remarks on Hospitals and Their Internal Arrangements. Philadelphia: Fry and Kammerer, 1808.

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Ford, Worthington Chauncey, ed. General Orders Issued by Major-General Israel Putnam When in Command of the Highlands in the Summer and Fall of 1777. Boston: Gregg Press, 1972 reprint of 1893 edition.

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Forman, Jonathan, comp. Physicians and the Indian Wars. Columbus: Ohio State Medical Association, 1953.

Fortier, Alcée. A History of Louisiana. 4 vols. New York: Manzi, Joyant & Co., 1904.

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Fox, Cyrus T., ed. Reading and Berks County Pennsylvania, A History. 3 vols. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1925.

Fox, Richard Hingston. Dr. John Fothergill and His Friends, Chapters in Eighteenth Century Life. London: Macmillan and Co., 1919.

Freeman, Douglas Southall. Victory With the Help of France. George Washington, A Biography, vol. 5. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1952.

French, Allen. General Gage's Informers. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1932.

Friedman, Reuben. "Scabies in Colonial America." Annals of Medical History, 3d ser. 2 (1940): 401-3.

Gahn, Bessie W. Brown. "Dr. William Brown, Physician-General to the American Army." Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association 16 (1927): 1090-91.

Galdston, Iago. "The Rise of Modern Research." Ciba Symposia 8 (1946): 354-61.

Gale, Benjamin. "Historical Memoirs, Relating to the Practice of Inoculation for the Small Pox, in the British American Provinces, Particularly in New England." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 55 (1765): 193-204.

Ganoe, William Addleman. The History of the United States Army. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1924.

Gardner, Asa B. "The New York Continental Line." Magazine of American History 7 (1881): 401-19.

Garrison, Fielding H. History of Medicine. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co., 1914.

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Gates, Horatio. "Letters of General Gates on the Southern Campaign." Magazine of American History 5 (1880): 281-310.

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Gibbes, R. W., ed. Reminiscences, Documentary History of the American Revolution . . . . 3 vols. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1853-57.

Gibson, James E. "Captured Medical Men and Army Hospitals of the American Revolution." Annals of Medical History, new ser. 10 (1938): 382-89.

----. Dr. Bodo Otto and the Medical Background of the American Revolution. Baltimore: Charles C Thomas, 1937.

----. "John Augustus Otto." Historical Review of Berks County 13 (1947): 14-18.

----. "The Role of Disease in the 70,000 Casualties in the American Revolutionary Army." Transactions and Studies of      the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 4th ser. 17 (1949): 121-27.

----. "Smallpox and the American Revolution." Genealogical Magazine and Historiographical Chronicle 51 (1948):      55-57.

Gilman, C. M. B. "Military Surgery in the American Revolution." Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey 57 (1960): 491-96.

Godfrey, Carlos E. Organization of the Provisional Army of the United States in the Anticipated War With France, 1789-1800. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 38 (1914): 129-82.

Gooch, Benjamin. A Practical Treatise on Wounds and Other Chirurgical Subjects; to Which is Prefixed a Short Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of Surgery and Anatomy, Addressed to Young Surgeons. 2 vols, Norwich: W. Chase, 1767.

Goodman, Nathan G. Benjamin Rush, Physician and Citizen, 1746-1813. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1934.

Gordon, Maurice B. Aesculapius Comes to the Colonies. Ventnor, N.J.: Ventnor Publishers, 1949.

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Gore, Albert A. The Story of Our Services Under the Crown: A Historical Sketch of


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Graham, Harvey. The Story of Surgery. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1939.

Graham, Joseph. "Narrative of the Revolutionary War in North Carolina in 1780 and 1781." In Papers of Archibald D.  Murphey. Edited by W. H. Hoyt. 3 vols. Raleigh, 1914.

Graves, Charles B. "Dr. Philip Turner of Norwich, Connecticut." Annals of Medical History 10 (1928): 1-24.

Green, Constance McLaughlin. Washington, Village and Capital, 1800-1878. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1962.

Greene, George Washington. The Life of Nathanael Greene. 3 vols. New York: G. P. Putnam and Son, 1867-1871.

Greene, Nathanael. "Report on the 'Battle of Eutaw Springs.'" Magazine of History, Extra No. 3.

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Hales, Stephen. A Treatise on Ventilators. London: Manby, 1758.

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Hamersly, Thomas H. S. Complete Army and Navy Register of the United States of America, From 1776 to 1887.  New York: T. H. S. Hamersly, 1888.

Hamilton, John Taylor. A History of the Church Known as the Moravian Church, or the Unitas Fratrum or the Unity of the Brethren During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society, vol. 6. Bethlehem, Pa.; Times Publishing Co., 1900.

Hamilton, Kenneth Gardiner. John Ettwein and the Moravian Church During the Revolutionary Period. Bethlehem, Pa.: Times Publishing Co., 1940.

Hamilton, Robert. Observations on the Marsh Remittent Fever . . . . London: T. Gillet, 1801.

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