Table of contents for Medical revolutionaries : the enslaved healers of eighteenth-century Saint Domingue / Karol K. Weaver.

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Contents
 Acknowledgments
 List of Illustrations
 Introduction
 1. Saint Domingue: Life in the Torrid Zone
 2. European Medicine in the Torrid Zone
 3. Enslaved Healers on the Plantation
 4. Enslaved Herbalists
 5. Makandal and the Medical Care of Animals: The
 Veterinarians
 Who Inspired the Haitian Revolution
 6. Magnetism in Eighteenth-Century Saint Domingue: The
 Case of
 the Enslaved Magnetists and their Fight for Freedom
 7. The Transformative Power of the Kaperlata
 Conclusion: The Influence of the Enslaved Healers--
 Yesterday,
 Today, and Tomorrow
 Notes
 Bibliography
 Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medicine -- Haiti -- History -- 18th century.
Healing -- Haiti -- History -- 18th century.
Slaves -- Medicine -- Haiti -- History -- 18th century.
Blacks -- Medicine -- Haiti -- History -- 18th century.
Delivery of Health Care -- history -- Haiti.
Medicine, Traditional -- history -- Haiti.
Social Problems -- history -- Haiti.
Politics -- Haiti.
African Continental Ancestry Group -- history -- Haiti.
History, 18th Century -- Haiti.