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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Living and Dying in Nineteenth-Century McLean County 2. No Place Like Home: Hospitals and the Development of Institutional Care 3. Nursing, Gender, and Modern Medicine in McLean County 4. Doctors and Organized Medicine in McLean County 5. An Ounce of Prevention: Public Health Services in McLean County 6. Matters of Life and Death: Experience and Expectations of Health, Illness and Medical Care in the Twentieth Century Conclusion: Health Culture in Transition Appendix: Oral History Informants Notes Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Medicine -- Illinois -- McLean County -- History.
Medical care -- Illinois -- McLean County -- History.
Public health -- Illinois -- McLean County -- History.
Community Health Services -- history -- Illinois.
Delivery of Health Care -- history -- Illinois.
History, 19th Century -- Illinois.
History, 20th Century -- Illinois.
Public Health -- history -- Illinois.