From Malaise to Miracles: Health and Healing in the Lone Star State

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From Malaise to Miracles

The coronavirus pandemic has altered the lives of millions of Americans, and the response to treat and contain the spread of COVID-19 is an unprecedented event for the current generation of Texans. Yet, this is not the first time the state’s inhabitants faced a significant public health crisis. In centuries past, the people of Texas endured several pandemics, epidemics, and outbreaks, and these events can provide insight and perspective into the challenges facing the state today.

With this in mind, TSHA presents its latest eBook, From Malaise to Miracles: Health and Healing in the Lone Star State. The eBook features a selection of new and existing entries from the Handbook of Texas documenting the people, places, and events associated with the medical history of Texas.

Table of Contents

  1. Health and Medicine
  2. Public Health
  3. Endemic Diseases
  4. Epidemic Diseases
  5. Galveston National Laboratory
  6. Anna Mary Bowie
  7. James Harlan Steele
  8. University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
  9. Elva Anis Wright
  10. James Wharton McLaughlin
  11. Texas Medical Association
  12. Sanitorium, Texas
  13. Yellow Fever
  14. Laredo Smallpox Riot
  15. Bubonic Plague, Galveston (1920)
  16. Military Medicine
  17. William Beaumont Army Medical Center
  18. James Red Duke
  19. Carlos Vallbona
  20. Southwestern Historical Quarterly Selected Articles

Published: 2020