2 edition of William Shippen, Jr. found in the catalog.
William Shippen, Jr.
Betsy Copping Corner
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society,, v. 28, Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society ;, v. 28.|
|Contributions||Shippen, William, 1736?-1808.|
|LC Classifications||R154.S465 C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 161 p.|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||51009634|
Manuscript/Mixed Material George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to William Shippen Jr., Octo Enlarge View 2 images in sequence. Etching of William Shippen, Jr by H. Wright Smith (date unknown). The Shippen family of Philadelphia was already notable when William Shippen, Jr. was born in His great-grandfather, Edward Shippen, had been Philadelphia’s first mayor. His father, William Sr., was a celebrated doctor and academic in his own right.
Dr. William Shippen, Jr., the son of Dr. Shippen already mentioned, who had recently returned from Europe, commenced a course of anatomy in In the “Pennsylvania Gazette,” Novem , is the following announcement: “Dr. Shippen’s Anatomical Lectures will begin to-morrow evening, at six o’clock, at his father’s house in. Order The Book. Interactive Timeline. People © The Trustees of The University of Pennsylvania Chapter 1. Pennsylvania Hospital is founded in as the first hospital in the Colonies. William Shippen Jr.'s Anatomical Drawings.
William lived in Methley. He became a man of local prominence, for in he was overseer of the poor, and in overseer of highways. He died in in Stockport in Chesire, where he was living with his son William. Shippen Family History. Detailed Genealogy of the Shippen Family. The best result we found for your search is William J Shippen Jr. age 60s in Claremont, NH in the Claremont neighborhood. They have also lived in Enfield, NH. William is related to Lottie D Shippen. Select this result to view William J Shippen Jr.'s phone number, address, and more.
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William Shippen, Jr.: Pioneer in American medical education; a biographical essay. Jr. book With notes, and the original text of Shippen's student diary, of the American Philosophical Society) [Betsy Copping Corner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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This volume of lecture notes was taken by an Jr. book student who attended a series of lectures on anatomy, blood, and midwifery, given by Dr. William Shippen, Jr. in Philadelphia, possibly in It also includes a list of medical books.
The first section of the volume covers Shippen's lectures on human anatomy. William Shippen, jr. [Betsy Copping Corner] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat.
Find items in libraries near you. This notebook was written by student Uriah Derickson at Pennsylvania Hospital. The notebook includes notes from a lecture on Midwifery by Dr. William Shippen, Jr. that were taken on April 7, Shippen was a professor of Anatomy and Surgery at Pennsylvania Hospital from William Shippen, Jr., son of William Shippen and Susanna Harrison, was born in Philadelphia on Octo He received a sound classical education intertwined with firm religious guidance at the Rev.
Samuel Finley’s Nottingham Academy. He then went on to study at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), graduating with an A.B. in Short account of the late Dr. Shippen of Philadelphia, father of Professor Shippen of the Univ.
of Pa., written by one of the granddaughters of the deceased, Med. Repos., N. 5:William Shippen, Jr. Surgeons General. WILLIAM SHIPPEN, JR. (Oct. 21, - J ), Director General of the Military Hospitals of the Continental Army, Ap - Jan.
3,was born in Philadelphia, the son of Dr. William and Susannah (Harrison) Shippen. William Shippen Jr was an important physician during the Revolutionary War.
Shippen held the post of Director of Hospitals for the Continental Army, though his tenure was not without controversy William Shippen Jr.
William Shippen Jr was born into one of the wealthiest families in Philadelphia. From George Washington to William Shippen, Jr., 6 February To William Shippen, Jr. Head Qurs Morristown February 6th Dear Sir.
Finding the Small pox to be spreading much and fearing that no precaution can prevent it from running through the whole of our Army, I have determined that the troops shall be inoculated. This Expedient may. ALS, DLC: parts of this document containing Shippen’s proposal for arranging the hospital department were revised and sent to Congress by GW on 14 Feb., and the Continental Congress medical committee brought in an extended report based on Shippen’s plan on 27 Feb.
(see GW to Shippen, 27 Jan., GW to Hancock, 14 Feb., and JCC description begins Worthington Chauncey Ford et al., eds. William Shippen Jr.
was an American physician and pioneer teacher of anatomy and midwifery. William Shippen, Jr., pioneer in American medical education; a biographical essay. With notes and the original text of Shippin's Student diary, London,together with a translation of his Edinburgh dissertation, (Book, )  Get this from a library.
The collection consists of selected correspondence, manuscripts, and documents of members of the Shippen family of Philadelphia, some of which relates to the history of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) and its move from Newark to Princeton, N.J.
Members of the Shippen family represented are Edward Shippen; his sons, Edward and Joseph Shippen; his father, William Shippen; his brother, William Shippen. Decem 1, views William Shippen, Jr. to Thomas Lee Shippen author: William Shippen, Jr. recipient: Thomas Lee Shippen.
Novem 1, views Journal Notes of the Pennsylvania Ratification Convention author: William Shippen, Jr. He is also known for training his son, William Shippen Jr., before sending him to Europe for formal medical education.
William the younger had been too old to benefit from the creation of the Academy and then College of Philadelphia; he was instead educated at an academy in West Nottingham, Chester County, Pennsylvania, and earned his A.B.
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William Shippen, Jr.’s wife, Alice Lee (–) was the daughter of Thomas Lee and Hannah Harrison Ludwell. William’s daughter Anne Hume Shippen married Henry Beekman Livingston, the son of Robert Livingston (–).
William Shippen, Jr. was a member of the original board of trustees of Old Pine Street Church. ==American Revolution=. William Shippen, Jr.: pioneer revolutionary war surgeon and father of American anatomy and midwifery. Toledo-Pereyra LH(1). Author information: (1)Borgess Research Institute, Michigan State University, Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.
William Shippen, Jr., pioneer in American medical education; a biographical essay. With notes, and the original text of Shippen's student diary, London. John Morgan and William Shippen, Jr. stood shoulder to shoulder in the crowd outside of old Westminster Hall on Septem They were awaiting the appearance of the empire’s new king, George III, and queen, Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz—their new king and queen.His son, William Shippen Jr., followed his father in a medical career and served as Director of Hospitals for the Continental Army.
William Jr.'s wife, Alice Lee, was the daughter of Thomas Lee of the Lee family of Virginia; their daughter "Nancy" Shippen (briefly) married Henry Beekman Livingston, the son of Robert Livingston (–).