United States Civil War: Causes, Course & Effects, 1840-77

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In 1867 Joseph Lister first published his experiments on the antiseptic treatment of wounds. The area would become the heart of the exile community and act as a magnet to future Cuban immigrants. In New York it has been held that this act was unconstitutional, and in Pennsylvania that it was constitutional; both the decisions being by single judges. Without the intervention of the press, the Boston protest, and countless others in the colonies, would have been no more than an example of local hooliganism.

Pages: 268

Publisher: Trans-Atlantic Publications, Inc.; Ill edition (June 3, 2012)

ISBN: 1444156500

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