Chadbourne, Thomas, 1790-1864
- Existence: 1790 - 1864
Thomas Chadbourne was born on August, 13, 1790. He began his medical studies with his father William Chadbourne and attended the lectures of Dr. Alexander Ramsey. In 1811, he went to Hanover as the private student of Dr. Nathan Smith and Dr. Cyrus Perkins. Chadbourne ultimately graduated from Dartmouth Medical School in 1813 and Casselton Medical College in 1843. He was a physician in Concord, NH from 1814 to 1864. He died on April 29, 1864.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Manuscript notebook of Thomas Chadbourne (1790-1864) containing recipes, often with detailed proportions and dosage, to be used in curing various diseases, including cholera, dropsy and diabetes. Some remedies are attributed to specific physicians including a recipe for Bitters used by his father William Chabourne of North Conway, NH and his mentors at Dartmouth College, Cyrus Perkins and Nathan Smith. A remedy for the treatment of Dysentaria is attributed to the Oneida Indians. Other remedies...
Identifier: Mss 829217
Overview In English.
Overview Lecture notes taken by Thomas Chadbourne (1790-1864) from a medical lecture by Nathan Smith (1762-1829). Subjects covered include Fever, Rheumatismus, Consumption, Cholera, Hysteria and Tetanus.