Author:William Paul Crillon Barton

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William Paul Crillon Barton
(1786–1856)
medical botanist, physician, professor, naval surgeon, and botanical illustrator.
William Paul Crillon Barton

Works[edit]

  • A Dissertation on Chymical Properties and Exhilarating Effects of Nitrous Oxide Gas and Its Application to Pneumatick Medicine (1808)
  • A Treatise Containing a Plan for the Internal Organization and Government of Marine Hospitals in the United States: Together with A Scheme for Amending and Systematizing the Medical Department of the United States Navy (1814)
  • A Biographical Sketch (of Benjamin Smith Barton) (1816)
  • Vegetable Materia Medica of the United States (1817)
  • Compedium Florae Philadelphicae (1818)
  • A Flora of North America (1821)
  • Hints for Medical Officers Cruising in the West Indies (1830)
  • A Polemical Remonstrance Against the Project of Creating the New Office of Surgeon General in the Navy of the United States (1838)

Works about Barton[edit]

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