American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic

American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic

On a clear morning in July 1804, Alexander Hamilton stepped onto a boat at the edge of the Hudson River. He was bound for a New Jersey dueling ground to settle his bitter dispute with Aaron Burr. Hamilton took just two men with him: his ?second? for the duel, and Dr. David Hosack. As historian Victoria Johnson reveals in her groundbreaking biography, Hosack was one of the f On a clear morning in July 1804, Alexander Hamilton stepped onto a boat at the edge of the Hudson River. He was...

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Title:American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic
Author:Victoria Johnson
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Genres:History
ISBN:1631494198
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:480 pages pages

American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic Reviews

  • Natalie
    Dec 12, 2017

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Carol Evans
    Aug 15, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

  • Linda
    Aug 07, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Erika
    Jul 27, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

  • Alexandra
    Mar 27, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Tomomi
    May 14, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Colleen
    Jul 21, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

  • Erin Loranger
    Jul 23, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Frederick Rotzien
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Anna
    Aug 05, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

  • Shomeret
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Gaby Chapman
    Jul 08, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

  • Ashley
    Feb 18, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Kayla
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Anna
    Jun 21, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

  • Shelley
    Jun 12, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

  • Diana
    Feb 17, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Mary
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Kathy Heare Watts
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Kim
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Mya
    Jan 14, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Nissa
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Mandy Wultsch
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Rebecca Barry
    May 23, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Janki
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Jeff
    Jul 22, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Susan Mathieu
    Jul 14, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Laurie Shapiro
    Jan 31, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Kim Ellis
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Jennifer Dapice
    Jul 20, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Rachella Baker
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Melissa Cheresnick
    May 29, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Douglass Abramson
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • R
    Jul 26, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Sandra Crane
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Honey Jimenez
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Ellen
    Jul 23, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Ann Ellis
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Melly Mel
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Micielle
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Debee Sue
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Michelle
    May 03, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Melissa
    Feb 21, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Trica Johnson
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Maryellie
    Jun 09, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

  • Kathleen
    May 08, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

  • Lydia Wallace
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Rosemary Armbruster
    Jul 17, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Anneke Van
    Jun 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Judy
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Emily Barry
    May 05, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Jo
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Monica
    Jul 23, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Stephanie Sonne
    Jun 12, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Amy
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Ky
    Feb 25, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Rebecca Sunde
    Jun 05, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Betsy Sunde
    Jun 09, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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  • Marilyn Lonon
    Jul 17, 2018

    This is a great view of medical science/practice/botany/pharmacology in the early Republic, and to illustrate how important science was to the founding and next generation. You know, before willful ignorance became popular. ...

    My father enjoyed and suggested I read this biography of a doctor and botanist in the early republic of the USA. ...

    really enjoyed this. Had no idea one of our first botanical gardens was located where rockefeller center is now. Lots of interesting characters and historical events framed in a different perspective, with medicine and botany taking central roles.bit depressing that the garden didnt re...

    The birth of a nation and one New York City botanist/doctor who dedicated his life to putting medicine and botanical science on a par with the Old World ...

    If you are into history especially medical history. This is the book for you. I learned so many fascinating facts about American medicine from this book. I?ve never actually taken the time to consider how medical advances are made but this book explains a lot about what was happening...

    American Eden is the story of Dr. Hosack a doctor who believed botany and the study of plants would help medicine. In the late 1700's and 1800's he created a garden in what is now Rockefeller Center. He was doctor to A Hamilton and A Burr. This biography is well worth reading. ...

    American Eden is a well-researched, readable, compelling history of the life of David Hosack. His life provides an engrossing narrative including descriptions of botany, medicine and political networks in the young United States. ...

    American Eden is the story of David Hosack (August 31, 1769 ? December 22, 1835), a botanist and doctor in New York City in the late 18th ? early 19th centuries. I admit, I was drawn to the book at first because he was the doctor at the duel between Hamilton and Burr. (I have not s...

    In this book, Victoria Johnson has brought to life an American hero who conquered New York with his intellect, imagination, and drive. Here was a man, witness to the most famous duel in our country's history, who refused to choose political sides. He entreated botanists and medical pr...

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