Pirates of the Caribbean: Pestilence and Pain During the Golden Age of Piracy
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This bibliography is split into two parts the first part has annotations concerning some of the major works used to create the page on Pirate Medicine. Below that is a more complete listing of all works looked at in creating the page.
Pirate Medicine Bibliography with annotations
The books listed below were the primary sources for Pirate Medicine. In many instances you will note that they have a notation that says Referenced by Garrison-Morton (5th ed.). This refers to Morton's Medical Bibliography: An Annotated Check-list of Texts Illustrating the History of Medicine (Garrison and Morton). The G&M Bibliography contains entries to references and original sources that are considered the most important contributions published concerning the development and history of medicine.
Pirate Medicine Bibliography
Chakrabarti, P. ""neither of Meate nor Drinke, but what the Doctor Alloweth": Medicine Amidst War and Commerce in Eighteenth-Century Madras." Bulletin of the History of Medicine 80, no. 1 (2006): 1-38.
Craig, Berry. "Pirates, Prostheses and Performing Amputations on the High Seas." O & P Business News, no. September 1 (2006): 42.
Earle, A. Scott. Surgery in America: From the Colonial Era to the Twentieth Century; Selected Writings. Philadelphia: Saunders, 1965.
Elliott, Isabelle M. Z. Elliott,James Rawlings. A Short History of Surgical Dressings. London: Pharmaceutical Press, 1964.
Gordon, Maurice Bear. Naval and Maritime Medicine during the American Revolution. Ventnor, N.J: Ventnor Publishers, 1978.
Harland, K. "Naval Medical Care 1620-1770. Saving the Seamen: Naval Medical Care in the Pre-Nelson Era, 1620-1770." Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service 91, no. 2 (2005): 64-82.
Lawrence, C. "The Shaping of Things to Come: Scottish Medical Education 1700-1939." Medical Education 40, no. 3 (Mar 2006 Mar): 212-218.
Magee, R. "Medical Practice and Medical Education 1500-2001: An Overview." ANZ Journal of Surgery 74, no. 4 (Apr 2004 Apr): 272-276.
Naqvi, N. H. "The First British Illustrated Surgical Catalogue." Vesalius: Acta Internationales Historiae Medicinae 10, no. 1 (Jun 2004 Jun): 38-41.
Novotny, Ann Smith,C.Carter. Images of Healing : A Portfolio of American Medical & Pharmaceutical Practice in the 18th, 19th, and Early 20th Centuries. New York; London: Macmillan; Collier Macmillan, 1980.
Roddis, Louis H. James Lind, Founder of Nautical Medicine. New York: H. Schuman, 1950.
Roddis, Louis H. A Short History of Nautical Medicine. New York: London, P.B. Hoeber, 1941.
Smollett, Tobias George BoucÚ, Paul-Gabriel. The Adventures of Roderick Random. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1979.
Walker, R. M. "The Barber Surgeons of Bristol." Bristol Medico-Chirurgical Journal 90, no. 335/6 (Jul-Oct 1975 Jul-Oct): 51-56.
Williams, Guy R. The Age of Agony : The Art of Healing, c. 1700-1800. Chicago, Ill: Academy Chicago Publishers, 1986.
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