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|railroad construction foreman now remembered for his incredible survival of an accident which drove a large iron rod through his head|
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Works about GageEdit
- John M. Harlow, Passage of an Iron Rod Through the Head (1848) in the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 39: 389-393
- Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., Currents and Counter-Currents in Medical Science (1860), an Address delivered before the Massachusetts Medical Society, at the Annual Meeting, May 30, 1860
- John M. Harlow, Recovery from the Passage of an Iron Rod Through the Head (1868) in Publications of the Massachusetts Medical Society 2:327–347. This periodical had a very limited circulation.