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Mussey, Reuben Dimond, 1780-1866

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1780 - 1866

Reuben Dimond Mussey was born in Rockingham County, New Hampshire in 1780. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1803, after which he studied medicine under Nathan Smith. In 1809, he Mussey graduated to the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and became a professor at the Dartmouth Medical School and Middlebury College. Mussey was an advocate of the temperance movement and was part of the temperance society at Dartmouth College which had been founded in 1828. In 1838 he went to Cincinnati where he became a professor at the Medical College of Ohio. In 1850 he served as president of the American Medical Association. He founded the Miami Medical College in Cincinnati in 1852. Mussey died in 1866.

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

Reuben Dimond Mussey account

Mss 830940
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Identifier: Mss 830940
Overview In English.

Reuben Dimond Mussey letter

Mss 803331
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Identifier: Mss 803331
Overview In English.

Reuben Dimond Mussey letter

Mss 815653
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Identifier: Mss 815653
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Reuben Dimond Mussey letter

Mss 818304
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Identifier: Mss 818304
Overview In English.

Reuben Dimond Mussey letter

Mss 819511
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Identifier: Mss 819511
Overview In English.

Reuben Dimond Mussey letter

Mss 830208.1
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Identifier: Mss 830208.1
Overview In English.

Reuben Dimond Mussey letter

Mss 830562.1
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Identifier: Mss 830562.1
Overview In English.

Reuben Dimond Mussey letter of certification

Mss 821311
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Identifier: Mss 821311
Overview In English.

Reuben Mussey letter

Mss 803221
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Identifier: Mss 803221
Overview In English.

Reuben Mussey Medical Lectures Notebook

Codex 003348
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Identifier: 003348
Overview Notes taken by Reuben Dimond Mussey (1780-1866) of a lecture by John Delamater entitled "Theory and Practice," and another lecture entitled "Chemical Facts" by O.P. Hubbard, as well as lecture notes by Mussey on operations performed before the medical class and "The World of Nature."