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DUNHAM, Carroll, physician, born in New York City, 29 October 1828; died in Irvingtonon Hudson, N.Y., 18 February 1877. He was graduated at Columbia in 1847, and at the College of physicians and surgeons, New York, in 1850: and in 1852 began practice in Brooklyn. In 1858 he removed to Newburgh, and in 1863 to Irvington. He was president of the American institute of homoeopathy, and for many years dean of the New York homeopathic medical College. For a year prior to the world's homeopathic convention held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he was actively engaged in its behalf, and subsequently compiled the proceedings for publication. He has contributed to periodicals, and published "Homoeopathy the Science of Therapeutics" (1877) and "Lectures on Materia Medica" (1879).
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