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People/Characters: John Morgan

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Appalachee Red by Raymond Andrews
The Case of Abraham Lincoln by Julie M. Fensterblacksmith
Doctors on Horseback: Seven Pioneers of American Medicine by James Thomas Flexnerphysician
The Godfather of Soul by James Brown
The journal of the Welsh Bibliographical Society, vol. V, no. 2 by Welsh Bibliographical Society(i) of Matchin, (ii) of Aberconwy
Literature, religion and society in Wales, 1660-1730 by Geraint H. JenkinsAberconwy
One More Day by Kelly Simmons
I Shall Be Near to You: A Novel by Erin Lindsay McCabe
A Sniper in the Tower: The Charles Whitman Murders by Gary M. Lavergne

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1.) John Morgan (June 10, 1735 – October 15, 1789), "founder of Public Medical Instruction in America," was co-founder of the Medical College at the University of Pennsylvania, the first medical school in Colonial America; and he served as the second "Chief physician & director general" of the Continental Army (an early name for the Surgeon General of the United States Army). He also founded the American Philosophical Society in 1766 in Philadelphia.

John Morgan (physician) in Wikipedia

2.) John Morgan was an apprentice to Springfield Illinois blacksmith George Anderson who was murdered May 15, 1856. Anderson was bludgeoned to death in his backyard, and Morgan reported that he had seen a man hanging around the house at night, but he was unable to identify him.

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