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LOGAN, Thomas Muldrup, physician, born in Charleston, South Carolina, 31 January, 1808. He was graduated at Charleston medical college in 1828, and subsequently acted as co-editor of a work on surgery. Removing to the Pacific coast he turned his attention to the meteorology and climatic conditions of that part of the country. In 1873 he was chosen president of the American medical association, and in 1875 he was secretary to the California board of health. He is the author of " The Topography of California," and " Climate of California" and " Meteorological Observations at Sacramento" in reports of the Smithsonian institution (1855-'7). He has also contributed largely to the "Transactions of the American Medical Association."
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