‘Endormez-moi!’: An Early Twentieth-Century Obstetrical Practice in the Gatineau Valley, Quebec

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‘Endormez-moi!’: An Early Twentieth-Century Obstetrical Practice in the Gatineau Valley, Quebec
Abstract
Following his graduation from McGill University in 1911, Dr. Harold Geggie (1886-1966) worked as a general practitioner for fifty-five years in the rural area around the village of Wakefield in West Quebec, delivering women at home until a local hospital opened in 1952. This thesis is an examination of Dr. Geggie’s obstetrical practice.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
Carleton University
Place
Ottawa, ON
Date
1997
Language
en
Citation
Elliott, Jayne. “‘Endormez-Moi!’: An Early Twentieth-Century Obstetrical Practice in the Gatineau Valley, Quebec.” Master’s Thesis, Carleton University, 1997.
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