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The Butterfly Caste A Social History of Pellagra in the South by Elizabeth W. Etheridge

The Butterfly Caste A Social History of Pellagra in the South

Part of the Contributions in American History Series


The Butterfly Caste A Social History of Pellagra in the South by Elizabeth W. Etheridge


?[Dr. Etheridge] has demonstrated in absolutely splendid fashion the usefulness and importance of the history of medicine for a deeper understanding of the economic and social development of the South in the twentieth century. At the very least she deserves a prize.?-Labor History

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Publication date

31st July 1972


Elizabeth W. Etheridge

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Greenwood Press an imprint of ABC-CLIO


278 pages


Diseases & disorders
Coping with illness & specific conditions
Popular medicine & health



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