Author Biographical Info

The Board of Medical Censors was established in 1837 by the Congress of the Republic of Texas for the purpose of granting licenses to practice medicine and surgery in the republic.

Publication Date

1838

Identifier

MS021-109

Keywords

Medicine--United States--History--19th century, Historical documents, Physicians, Texas

Location

Texas

Abstract

Board of Medical Censors, blank form used to grant doctors permission to practice medicine and surgery within a senatorial district in the Republic of Texas. See more at John P. McGovern, MD Collection of Texas Historical Medical Documents and its finding aid.

Comments

Digital copy made available by Texas Medical Center Library.

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