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LOGAN, John Henry, born in Abbeville district, South Carolina, 5 November, 1822; died in Atlanta, Georgia, 28 March, 1885. He was graduated at South Carolina college in 1844, and at Charleston medical college a few years later. After practising for some time and teaching at Abbeville, South Carolina, he served as a surgeon in a Confederate regiment, and at its conclusion removed to Talladega county, Alabama He subsequently became professor of chemistry in the Atlanta, Georgia, medical college. Dr. Logan is the author of a "History of the Upper Country of South Carolina" (vol. i., Charleston, 1859), only the first volume of which was finished, and the "Student's Manual of Chemico-Physics" (Atlanta, 1879).
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