This notebook contains an unidentified student's handwritten notes of Professor Daniel Elmer Salmon's first lectures at the newly established National Veterinary College in Washington, D.C. The notes extend from October 25, 1892 to March 10, 1893 and indicate that he gave one to three lectures per week. The topic of the first two lectures was nomenclature; the topic of the third lecture was methods to control animal diseases, especially contagious diseases. Subsequent lectures relate to wounds, septicemia, malignant edema, and common infections (such as strangles, tetanus, anthrax, and glanders), with special emphasis on tuberculosis
This is a notebook by an unidentified student, who attended Professor D.E. Salmon's first lecture on Oct. 25, 1892. The content of the notebook is lecture in veterinary medicine-- the first two lectures are devoted to nomenclature and the third lecture deals with a method to control animal...
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