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The Black physician in Florida from 1900-1965: an examination of the desegregation process.

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Date Issued:
1994
Abstract/Description:
The story of segregation in the medical profession of Florida is told in the lives of four black practitioners whose careers began and ended in the days of segregation, and in the examination of the personal and professional life of a black physician who began practice under segregation but continues today. Significant legislation and court cases are also examined.
Title: The Black physician in Florida from 1900-1965: an examination of the desegregation process.
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Name(s): Vihlen, Sally P.
PALMM (Project)
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Bibliography
Issuance: monographic
Date Issued: 1994
Physical Form: electronic resource
Extent: vii, 182 leaves ; 29 cm.
Language(s): eng
Abstract/Description: The story of segregation in the medical profession of Florida is told in the lives of four black practitioners whose careers began and ended in the days of segregation, and in the examination of the personal and professional life of a black physician who began practice under segregation but continues today. Significant legislation and court cases are also examined.
Table of Contents: chapt. 1. Introduction -- chapt. 2. The southern black physician: an historical perspective -- chapt. 3. Julius Augustus Parker, M.D., 1877-1953, Gainesville, Florida -- chapt. 4. James Maxie Ponder, M.D., 1888-1958, St. Petersburg, Florida -- chapt. 5. George Henry Starke, M.D., 1898-1978, Sanford, Florida -- chapt. 6. Orion Thomas Ayer, M.D., 1913- St. Petersburg, Florida -- chapt. 7. Cullen Wadsworth Banks: passages, 1924-1950 from Temple, Texas to Gainesville, Florida -- chapt. 8. The desegregation of medicine: Hill-Burton Hospital Survey and Construction Act, The Civil Rights Bill of 1964, Legal cases, Federal and State: Simkins v. the Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, Hubert A. Eaton et al v. James Walker Memorial Hospital, Foster v. Mobile County Hospital Board, Mizell v. North Broward Hospital District, W. Maxwell v. Good Samaritan Hospital Association.
Target Audience: College students and adults
Target Audience: adult
Identifier: AAA1067QF00005/08/200003/06/200818119BfamIa D0QF (FCLAZ), FHP C SF 2000-05-08 (DNX), FCLA url 20000522 (snx), FIPS12103 (snx), SF00000018 (IID), 2455129 (digitool), usf:68892 (fedora)
Note(s): Sally P. Vihlen.
Thesis (M.A.)--University of South Florida, 1994.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 153-163).
Electronic reproduction. [Florida] : State University System of Florida, PALMM Project, 2000. (Florida heritage collection) Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Internet connectivity; Web browser software; Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print PDF files. Electronically reproduced by the University of South Florida from a thesis held in the Main Library at the University of South Florida, Tampa.
Subject(s): African American physicians -- Florida -- History
African American physicians -- Florida -- Biography
Alachua -- 12001
Bradford -- 12007
Broward -- 12011
Pinellas -- 12103
African Americans
Civil rights
Medicine
Public health
Race relations
The Florida Boom and Bust, 1919-1929
Depression and the New Deal Years in Florida, 1930-1941
Florida in World War II, 1941-1945
The Post-War Florida, 1945-1960
Contemporary Florida, 1960-
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Owner Institution: USF
Other Format:
(OCoLC)31597025
Is Part of Series: Florida heritage collection.