Gettysburg Dentist Stories

Gettysburg Dentist Stories

Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Denny Forwood begins our series on Gettysburg Dental stories. In the 1840s, estimates placed the number of dentists in the north at about 5,500 with a little over 400 of them coming from formal dental colleges. By 1860 there were three dental colleges in the United States, including what would later become the dental school for the University of Mary
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Gettysburg Dentist Stories Part 1
…he will be given the roll of killing Secretary of State William Seward at the same time Booth is assassinating Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre. After gaining entry to their home he will go to the second floor and attack William Seward with a large knife.
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Gettysburg Dentist Stories Part 2
In today’s post he takes us to Culp’s Hill, Wright Avenue, and the Rose Farm for some stories related to dentistry.
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Gettysburg Dentist Stories Part 3
In today’s post we visit Gettysburg’s Diamond/Square/Circle, the Maryland Monument, the Peach Orchard, and the Angle for some stories related to dentistry.
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