NAVAL HISTORY BIBLIOGRAPHIES, NO. 1
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Bibliographic essay. Continued in Supplement I to the Guide published by Archon in 1981 (79-87), and in Supplement II to the Guide published by Archon in 1986 (113-123).
Duvall, Marius. A Navy Surgeon in California, 1846-1847:
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Gordon, Maurice B. Naval and Maritime Medicine During the American Revolution. Ventnor, N.J.: Ventnor Pubs., 1978. 134 pp.
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McGuire, Frederick L. Psychology Aweigh: A History of Clinical Psychology in the United States Navy, 1900-1988. Washington: American Psychological Assn., 1990. 249 pp.
McKee, Christopher. "The Pathology of a Profession: Death in the United States Navy Officer Corps, 1797-1815." War and Society 3 (May 1985): 1-25.
Awarded the U.S. Navy History Prize by the Naval Historical Center and the Naval Historical Foundation for the best article on the history of the United States Navy published during 1985.
Pugh, Herbert L. Navy Surgeon. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1959. 459 pp.
The memoirs of Rear Admiral Herbert L. Pugh, USN, including his service as a Marine during World War I and his long career as a naval surgeon (1923-1956).
Richman, Allen. "Naval Medicine in an Emerging Crisis,
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U.S. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. The History of the Medical Department of the United States Navy in World War II. Washington: GPO, 1950-1953. 3 vols.
Vol. 1, A Narrative and Pictorial Volume; Vol. 2, A Compilation of the Killed, Wounded, and Decorated Personnel of the Medical Department; Vol. 3, The Statistics of Disease and Injuries.