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—–Bibliographic essay. Continued in Supplement I to the Guide published by Archon in 1981 (79-87), and in Supplement II to the Guide published by Archon in 1986 (113-123).
Deppisch, Ludwig. The White House Physician: A History from Washington to George W. Bush. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2007
Duvall, Marius. A Navy Surgeon in California, 1846-1847: The Journal of Marius Duvall. John Howell Series on the U.S. Navy in Old California. Edited by Fred B. Duvall. San Francisco: John Howell, 1957. 114 pp.
Estes, J. Worth. Naval Surgeon: Life and Death at Sea in the Age of Sail. Canton, MA: Science History Publications, 1998
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—–.”Edward Field: A Pioneer Practitioner of the Old Navy.” Connecticut Medicine 46 (November 1982): 667-72.
—–. “Medical Men of the Old Navy: A Study in the Development of a Profession, 1797-1833.” In New Aspects of Naval History: Selected Papers From the 5th Naval History Symposium, edited by the Department of History, U.S. Naval Academy, 69-80. Baltimore: Nautical & Aviation Pub. Co., 1985.
Massman, Emory A. Hospital Ships of World War II. An Illustrated Reference to 39 United States Military Vessels. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc, 1999
McGuire, Frederick L. Psychology Aweigh: A History of Clinical Psychology in the United States Navy, 1900-1988. Washington: American Psychological Assn., 1990. 249 pp.
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Parsons, R.P. Mobile Hospital 3: A Naval Hospital in a South Sea Jungle. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1945
Pugh, Herbert L. Navy Surgeon. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1959. 459 pp.
—–.The memoirs of Rear Admiral Herbert L. Pugh, USN, including his service as a Marine during World War I and his long career as a naval surgeon (1923-1956).
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Roddis, Louis. A Short History of Nautical Medicine. New York: Hoeber, 1941.
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Steele, MD, Volney W: Wellington Rankin, His Family, Life and Times (Montana Attorney, Physician, Cattle Baron, and Land Baron. Bozeman, MT: Bridger Creek Historical Press, 2002.
—: Bleed, Blister, and Purge: A History of Medicine on the American Frontier. Missoula, MT: Mountain Press Publishing Company, 2005.
Strott, George. The Medical Department of the U.S. Navy with the Army and Marine Corps in France, World War I. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1947
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—–.Vol. 1, A Narrative and Pictorial Volume; Vol. 2, A Compilation of the Killed, Wounded, and Decorated Personnel of the Medical Department; Vol. 3, The Statistics of Disease and Injuries.
Vedder, James. Combat Surgeon: On Iwo with the 27th Marines. New York: Presidio Press, 1998
Walker, Jr., M.D, L G: Dr. Henry R. Porter, The Surgeon Who Survived Little Bighorn. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, 2008.