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FIELD, Archelaus G., physician, born in Ontario County, N. Y., 15 November 1829. He studied medicine, and was graduated at Starling medical College in 1854, and at the College of physicians and surgeons, New York in 1864. He became examining surgeon for pensions in 1866, and held that office for many years. He settled first in Hillsborough, Ohio, and then in Des Moines, Iowa, where he devotes himself to the practice of medicine. In 1876 he was a member of the International medical congress, and he has been president of the Iowa state medical society. His contributions to medical literature have been large, and he has published reports and addresses delivered before the Iowa and American medical societies.
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