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HYDE, James Nevins, surgeon, born in Norwich, Connecticut, 21 June, 1840. He was graduated at Yale in 1861, began the study of medicine in the New York college of physicians and surgeons, entered the United States navy in 1863 as assistant surgeon, and served during the civil war and afterward on the "Ticonderoga," of the Mediterranean squadron, under Admiral Farragut. In 1869 he resigned, was graduated in the medical department of lhe University of Pennsylvania. and settled in Chicago, Illinois He is professor of dermatology and orthopaedic surgery in the Chicago college of physicians and surgeons, and clinical instructor in the South-side dispensary, associate editor of the "Chicago Medical Journal and Examiner," a contributor to the New York "Archives of Dermatology," and a member of various medical societies.
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