Les commencements de l'administration montréalaise de la santé publique (1865-1885)

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Authors/collaborators
Title
Les commencements de l'administration montréalaise de la santé publique (1865-1885)
Abstract
A study of municipal reaction to public in Montreal, from the apprehended cholera outbreak of 1865 to the smallpox epidemic of 1885-86. The authors single out the role played by Mayor William Hingston, a medical doctor, during his term in office (1875-1877) in upgrading the sanitary conditions of the city.
Publication
HSTC Bulletin: Journal of the History of Canadian Science / HSTC Bulletin: Revue d'histore des sciences, des techniques et de la médecine au Canada
Volume
Vol. 6
Issue
no. 2
Pages
85-109
Date
Mai 1982
Language
fr
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Notes

The conclusion of an article published in HSTC Bulletin, Vol. 6, no. 1 (Janvier 1982): 24-46.

Citation
Farley, Michael, Othmar Keel, and Camille Limoges. “Les commencements de l’administration montréalaise de la santé publique (1865-1885).” HSTC Bulletin: Journal of the History of Canadian Science / HSTC Bulletin: Revue d’histore des sciences, des techniques et de la médecine au Canada Vol. 6, no. 2 (Mai 1982): 85–109. https://www.erudit.org/en/journals/hstc/1982-v6-n2-hstc3210/800137ar.pdf.
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