Publication Date

1894

Keywords

Medicine--United States--History--19th century, Physicians, Medical climatology, Summer diseases, Medical climatology--Texas

Abstract

Book, "The Climate of Texas in Relations to the Distribution of Diseases and the Effects of Climate and Weather Changes in Causing Diseases and Deaths", by Dr. Isaac Cline, published by Strickland Printing Company

Isaac Monroe Cline (1861-1955) was a physician, climatologist, and Chief of the U.S. Weather Service Bureau in Galveston during the infamous hurricane of 1900.

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