Bigelow, Jacob

Born: Feb 27, 1786 AD
Died: 1879 AD, at 92 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Botanist, Physicians

1787 - Born on the 27th of February in Sudbury, Massachusetts. American Physician.

1806 - Received his B.A. at Harvard University.

1810 - A graduate of medicine at University of Pennsylvania.

1814 - He was the author of the book Flora Bostoniensis.

1815-1855 - Served as Professor at Materia Medica, Harvard Medical School.

1816-1827 - He was a Rumford Professor, Harvard University.

1817-1820 - He wrote the American Medical Botany.

1822 - Published the book Treatise on the Materia Medica.

1829 - He wrote the "Elements of Technology".

1835 - Authored the book "Discourse on Self-limited Diseases".

1855 - Authored the book "Eolopoesis, American Rejected Addresses".

1858 - He worte the Brief "Expositions of Rational Medicine".

1879 - Jacob Bigelow died in Boston on the 10th of January.



Page last updated: 4:10am, 09th Aug '07
Return to full site

This page is copyright ©