VOLUME 5 / NUMBER 2
IN THIS ISSUE: BITE THE BULLET
Where Soaking Up the Sun was Treatment
The Influenza Pandemic of 1918
Shrub the Source of Mom’s Cure-All
Our Second President Takes the Water Cure
On the cover:
Children with tuberculosis soak up sunshine and sea breezes at the Seaside Sanatorium in Waterford, c. 1940.
Connecticut State Library, State Archives.
||From the Publisher:
||Sun and Sea Harnessed to Fight Tuberculosis [Click here to read]
By Ann Harrison and Mark H. Jones
||A Knack for Bonesetting.
By Maureen Welch and Alicia Wayland
||Witch What? Connecticut’s Wonder Shrub. [Click here to read]
By Mary M. Donohue
||Ninety Days that Sickened Connecticut.
By Ralph D. Arcari, Ph.D.
||Living Till the Last.
By Jennifer Huget
By Ann Smith
Doctoring on the Field of Battle.
By Janice Mathews
James Pharmacy. By Andra Chantim
Stafford Springs. By Andra Chantim
What’s new on the Connecticut history bookshelf, spring flings, and more…