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Early Days of the Mercy Order in Omaha
(The Author?, 1922)
PREFACE:|The “Early Days of the Mercy Order in Omaha," was written in obedience. It lays no claim to any literary style whatever. It is simply the narration of a very few facts of the pioneer days as they came to the mind ...
The Patient's book - thoughts of cheer, consolation, encouragement and information for the sick, especially in hospitals
(The Catholic Hospital Association, 1925)
This book is a message of cheer, consolation, encouragement, counsel and information to the patient in the hospital. It is meant to be at hand, during those moments of quiet when the patient can read or when some one else ...
The Nebraska Aborigines as They Appeared in the Eighteenth Century
(Nebraska Academy of Sciences, 1913-05-16)
EDITOR’S PREFACE:|A cloud of obscurity long hung over the history of the Nebraska region prior to the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804-06. We knew that the early French maps located with approximate accuracy the position ...
Selected pages from the history of medicine in Nebraska
([no publisher]; Lincoln, Nebraska, 1952-01)
This book is compilation of reprints, essays, speeches, etc on the history of medicine in Nebraska. It is dedicated to the Rev Hiram Winnett and Dr. Hudson J. Winnett.|Dr. Hiram Winnett Orr was an orthopedic surgeon. He ...
Annals of Medical History
Hospital Social Service
(Hospital Social Service Association of New York City, 1922)