Author:Josiah Clark Nott

Josiah Clark Nott
(1804–1873)
Josiah Clark Nott

WorksEdit

  • "Yellow Fever contrasted with Bilious Fever—Reasons for believing it is a disease sui generis—Its mode of Propagation—Remote Cause—Probable insect or animalcular origin, &c." in New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, volume 4 (1848), pp. 563-601.
  • "Sketch of the Epidemic of Yellow Fever of 1847, in Mobile" in The Charleston Medical Journal and Review, volume 1 (1848), pp. 1-21
  • 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. (1848)
  • An Essay on the Natural History of Mankind, Viewed in Connection with Negro Slavery Delivered Before the Southern Rights Association, 14 December 1850. (1851)
  • Types of Mankind with George Robbins Gliddon, Samuel George Morton, Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz, William Usher, and Henry S. Patterson (1854)
  • Indigenous Races of the Earth; Or, New Chapters of Ethnological Inquiry; Including Monographs on Special Departments. with George Robbins Gliddon and Louis Ferdinand Alfred Maury (1857)


 

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