Product DescriptionIn Dr. Luke Carr’s journal entries early American medical practices—including herbal remedies and homeopathy—are revealed amid the backdrop of Rhode Island’s scenic Pawtuxet Village. The exploratory philosophies that have since led to modern-day medical practice evolve alongside a historical view into life of America’s early European settlers including the common social and political issues of the time the effects of the American Revolution the influence of the Masons the church and various religions and much more.
Richard Kennedy served as a hospital administrator in Rhode Island and then California he was also an Army Reserve colonel commanding five hospitals in Desert Storm. A Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives he now teaches at Quinnipiac University. He lectures worldwide on 18th century medicine.
Richard serves as “surgeon” to the Pawtuxet Rangers and the 6th Connecticut Regiment of the Continental Line.
Author Richard H. Kennedy
Page Count 400
Trim Size 5x8
Publication Date 1/1/2012