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LAMSON, Daniel Lowell, physician, born in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, 18 June, 1834. He was educated at Hopkinton and Fryeburg academies, and was graduated in medicine at the University of New York in March, 1857. He settled in practice in Fryeburg, Maine, in 1862, was appointed state-examiner for volunteers and drafted men, and in 1864 United States pension examining surgeon, which post he still retains. Dr. Lamson has invented an adjustable gauge spring-vaccinator and several mechanical appliances that are used in surgery. He constructed a double-seam sewing-machine as early as 1859, and has also devised a double-heating furnace using coal or wood, which he patented in 1868, and an endless cutter mowing-machine in 1870. He is the author of "Lectures" (Fryeburg, 1872)and "Differential Diagnosis of Disease" (1870).
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