|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Woodhull, Alfred A., (Alfred Alexander), 1837-1921.|
|Title:||Alfred Alexander Woodhull report|
|Extent:||0.1 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Alfred Alexander Woodhull, 1837-1921 was a military surgeon. He graduated from the College of New Jersey with a B.A. degree in 1856 and an M.A. in 1859. In that same year he graduated from the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania. He saw active service throughout the Civil War, became an authority on public health and was a contributor to medical literature. He was in Savannah, Georgia during the yellow fever epidemic of 1876.
This collection consists of a report written by Major Alfred Alexander Woodhull concerning the yellow fever epidemic in Savannah, Georgia during 1876. The report was prepared while Woodhull was stationed at Oglethorpe Barracks in Savannah and sent to the Medical Director, Headquarters, Department South. The report was published in The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, July 1877. This collection also includes a mortality table, diagrams, case histories, and letters by Woodhull and others.
[item identification], Alfred Alexander Woodhull report, MS 879, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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Report was published in The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, July 1877.
|Item 1: "Retained Copy of the History of the Epidemic of Yellow Fever in Savannah, Georgia, 1876" ( 120.0 p. )|
|Written as a report to the Medical Director, Headquarters Department, South, it is marked "a true copy" and signed by Major A. A. Woodhull, Oglethorpe Barracks, Savannah, Georgia, March 28, 1877. It contains a monthly mortality table and diagrams. In the appendix are case histories and letters by Woodhull and others.|