Author:Albert Freeman Africanus King

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Albert Freeman Africanus King
(1841–1914)
British-born American doctor; Professor of Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children at the National Medical College, Columbian University, Washington. One of the earliest people to suggest the connection between mosquitos and malaria. Present for the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and one of the physicians who attended to him.
Albert Freeman Africanus King

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