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A History of Dentistry in the US Army to World War II

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Front Matter

  1. The Beginnings of Military Dentistry, 1617–1860
  2. The Civil War: Dental Care in the Union Army, 1861–1865
  3. Dentistry in the Confederacy, 1861-1865
  4. The Quest for Dentists in the US Army, 1865-1898: "the Law Makes No Provision for the Employment of Dentists"
  5. Dentistry Answers the Call: The Spanish-American War, 1898
  6. Wish Becomes Reality: Dental Surgeons in the Army, 1898–1901
  7. Building the Foundation: The Early Years of Army Dentistry, 1901–1904
  8. The Drive Stalls: Continuing Efforts to Create a Commissioned Dental Corps, 1901–1904
  9. The Struggle for a Commissioned Corps Continues, 1905–1908
  10. An Army Dental Corps at Last, 1909–1911
  11. From a New Corps to a World War, 1911-1917
  12. Preparing the Dental Corps for France, 1917–1918
  13. The Dental Service in the American Expeditionary Forces in France, 1917–1919: Organization, Administration, Personnel, Training, and Supply
  14. The Dental Service in the American Expeditionary Forces in France, 1917–1919: Oral and Dental Care
  15. The Dental Service in the American Expeditionary Forces in France, 1917–1919: Combat
  16. Intervention and Occupation: Foreign Excursions in the Wake of the World War, 1918–1923
  17. A Return to Normalcy: From the World War to the Depression, 1919–1929
  18. The Depression and Buildup for Another World War: 1929–1941

Appendix: US Army Dental Corps Chiefs

Bibliography

Index

 

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