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Crawford Williamson Long (1815-1879)

the pioneer of anaesthesia and the first to suggest and employ ether inhalation during surgical operations

by Dudley Wilmot Buxton

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Published by J. Bale, Sons & Daniellson in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Original pagination: p. 19-45.

Statement[Dudley Wilmot Buxton]
The Physical Object
Pagination27 pages :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26710167M

Iam looking for information on Crawford W. Long. He was given credit for the first use on anethesia. He was born in Danielsville, Ga. and died in Athens, Ga. Also any info on a Sewell connection also of Commerce Ga. Any information would be helpful. Thank you, Wanda.   The story begins with a physician-pharmacist-anaesthetist named Crawford Williamson Long, M.D. (). After earning his A.M. degree at the University of Georgia, Athens, he began his medical training in Kentucky at Transylvania College.


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Crawford Williamson Long (): the pioneer of anesthesia and the first to suggest and employ ether inhalation during surgical operations [FACSIMILE]. Crawford Williamson Long, an American physician, is best known for the discovery of modern anesthesia.

On MaLong removed a small tumor from the neck of James Venable using ether. Unfortunately for Long, he did not publish his major discovery until As a result, another physician, William Morton, had () given a public demonstration of the use of ether.

Crawford Williamson Long, (born Nov. 1,Danielsville, Ga., U.S.—died JAthens, Ga.), American physician traditionally considered the first to have used ether as an anesthetic in surgery.

After serving in hospitals in New York City, Long returned to Georgia, where he set Crawford Williamson Long book practice in he observed that persons injured in “ether frolics” (social.

Collection Number RL Title Crawford Williamson Long papers Date Creator Long, Crawford Williamson, Extent 3 items Repository David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Long's mother, although an invalid, by her literary gifts added culture to her home.

Thus was Crawford Long brought up amidst FIG. Crawford Williamson Long, M.D. refined and public-spirited persons, an environment which could but make for those traits of character which in later life developed him into the best type of the man and of the Author: DudleyW.

Buxton. Long was born in Danielsville, Madison County, Georgia on November 1, to James and Elizabeth Long. His father was a state senator, a merchant and a planter, and named his son after his close friend and colleague, Georgia statesman William H.

Crawford. Some Personal Recollections and Private Correspondence of Dr. Crawford Williamson Long, Discoverer of Anaesthesia with Sulphuric Ethel by Joseph Jacobs, Phar. (), 47 pp. Lumpkin Family of Georgia by L. Cody (), 47 pp.

Descendants of Colonel Jacob Lumpkin of King and Queen County, Virginia to the famous Gov. Lumpkin of Georgia. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus Missing: Crawford Williamson.

Fourteen-Year-Old Crawford goes to College Crawford Long was admitted, at the age of fourteen, to Franklin College, now the University of Georgia.

He graduated insecond in his class with an A.M. degree, after which he attended medical school at the University of Kentucky. Crawford Long’s contribution to the Medical world. Crawford Williamson Long was born on November 1, in Danielsville Georgia.

Long attended Franklin College, which later became the University of Georgia. After being at Franklin College for five years he received an A.M degree in (Radford ). The Lancet CRAWFORD WILLIAMSON LONG, THE PIONEER OF ANÆSTHESIA. earlier, and with the decision which may be made I shall be content.

The fac-simile of the original entry in Dr. Long's account- book of his charge made to the first patient, J. Venable.possesses interest (see Fig 5). to whose unique knowledge of this matter and Author: DudleyW.

Buxton. Crawford Williamson Long, American physician, is credited with the first use of ether as an anesthetic in a surgical procedure.

Crawford Williamson Long () 7 works Search for books with subject Crawford Williamson Long (). Search. Borrow. Prelude to fame Ruby Lorraine Radford Not In Library. Read. Read. Read. Read. Read. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject.

Along the X axis is time. Crawford Williamson Long (), American physician, is credited with the first use of ether as an anesthetic in a surgical procedure. Crawford Long was born in Danielsville, Ga., on March 1, At the age of 14 he entered Franklin College in Athens (later the University of Georgia), graduating in The following year he served as principal.

At a party, Crawford Williamson Long was struck with the idea for an innovation without which modern surgical practices would be unimaginable. An attendee of “ether frolics” where sulphuric ether was inhaled recreationally for its intoxicating effects, Long noticed that those under the influence seemed to feel no pain from the bumps and.

Crawford Long Crawford Williamson Long (November 1, – J ) was an American surgeon and pharmacist best known for his first use of inhaled diethyl ether as an anesthetic. Although his work was unknown outside a small circle of colleagues for several years, he is now recognized as the first physician to have administered ether.

Crawford Williamson Long. Born: November 1, Place: Danielsville, Georgia Died: J Place: Athens, Georgia Crawford Williamson Long was born on November 1, in Danielsville, family was prominent in Georgia's Madison County. Crawford, a brother, and two sisters were brought up in the comfortable surroundings of a refined Southern household.

Long, Crawford Williamson (–) The credit for first using ether as an anesthetic, though not of demonstrating it to the medical world, must be ascribed to Crawford W., son of James Long, a lawyer of Danielsville, Georgia, where Crawford was.

Long, Caroline Swain, fl. Caroline Swain Long record book, [manuscript]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: referencedIn: Long, Crawford W. (Crawford Williamson), [Crawford Williamson Long, biographical materials] University of Wisconsin - Madison, General Library System: referencedIn.

Crawford Williamson Long (), American physician, is credited with the first use of ether as an anesthetic in a surgical procedure. Crawford Long was born in Danielsville, Ga., on March 1, At the age of 14 he entered Franklin College in Athens (later the University of Georgia), graduating in   Long County, in southeast Georgia, is named in his honor, as was Crawford Long Hospital (later Emory University Hospital Midtown) in Atlanta.

Crawford Williamson Long was born on November 1,Crawford Long. Family-Placed Death Notice LONG, Crawford CRAWFORD WILLIAMSON LONG Crawford Williamson Long, II died peacefully in his home on November 5, surrounded by his loved ones. Crawford Williamson Long (), American physician, is credited with the first use of ether as an anesthetic in a surgical procedure.

Crawford Long was born in Danielsville, Ga., on March 1, At the age of 14 he entered Franklin College in Athens (later the University of Georgia.

Crawford Williamson Long by Joseph Jacobs (Book) The discovery of anaesthesia by J. Marion Sims (Book) Long, the discoverer of anaesthesia: a presentation of his original documents by Hugh H Young (Book).

Permelia contacted her father's cousin, Dr. Crawford Williamson Long, who was then living in Atlanta. He was a graduate of Franklin College (now the University of Georgia) and had received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania in   Family-Placed Death Notice LONG, Crawford CRAWFORD WILLIAMSON LONG Crawford Williamson Long, II died peacefully in his home on November 5, surrounded by his loved ones.

Born to Claude Burns. In the small town of Jefferson, Georgia, about 20 miles from the University of Georgia in Athens, a year-old physician named Crawford Williamson Long removed a tumor from the neck of a. Crawford Long: | | | |Crawford Long| | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.

Crawford Williamson Long * Alexander Beaton * Read at a joint meeting of the Nathan Smith Club and the Beaumont Medical Club held in the Historical Library, Yale. However, I found this in a Directory of American Biography: b. 11/1/ Danielsville, GA. 6/16/ anaesthetist and surgeor, son of James Long a clltivated Southerner and Elizabeth Ware.

His grandfather, Capt. Samuel Long, a Scotch-Irish Presbyterian born in the province of Ulster, settled in PA. about and later fought in the Revolution.

It also shares an association with several well-known local historical figures such as Margaret Mitchell, Dr. Crawford Williamson Long and former Governor Dorsey. Exhibits The Holliday-Dorsey-Fife Museum is a cooperative project of the. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.

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Thanks to work by European inventors and American entrepreneurs such as Crawford Williamson Long, Horace Wells, and William Morton, anaesthesia became something very useful.

The book gives dramatic and detailed descriptions of the first anaesthetic administrations and some fierce rivalry between some of the pioneer gas men of North America.

In the early s, a very young Joseph Jacobs was apprenticed to Dr. Crawford Williamson Long (), one of the more significant pharmacist-surgeons in American history.

Along with his brother and a Dr. Hal C. Billups, Long operated a pharmacy under the name of “Long & Billups” in Athens, Georgia.

Inalmost fifty years after first meeting Long, Jacobs wrote and published a. Crawford Williamson Long () was a physician and the first to use ether as an anesthetic.

He was born in Madison County, Georgia and married Caroline Swain in Their children were Edward Crawford, Arthur B., Frances (Taylor), Florence (Bartow), Eugenia, and Emma M. However, Crawford Williamson Long, a Georgia general surgeon, had earlier conceived of using ether in this fashion while observing recreational users of the drug and noticing that they literally felt no pain.

In MarchDr. Long performed the actual first anesthesia-assisted procedure to remove a cyst from the neck of patient James Venable. Long, Crawford Williamson, –78, American physician, b. Danielsville, Ga., M.D. Univ.

of Pennsylvania, He practiced in Jefferson, Ga. In he excised a tumor of the neck using ether anesthesia, but this was not made public until after the demonstration by W. Right to Know. In compliance with the requirements of the Every Student Succeeds Act, Crawford W.

Long Middle School would like to inform you that you may request information about the professional qualifications of your student’s teacher(s) and/ or paraprofessional(s). Crawford Williamson Long (November 1, – J ) was an American surgeon and pharmacist best known for his first use of inhaled diethyl ether as an gh his work was unknown outside a small circle of colleagues for several years, he is now recognized as the first physician to have administered ether anesthesia for surgery.

Dr. Crawford Williamson Long was born in Danielsville, Georgia. He pursued his formal medical education at Transylvania College in Kentucky and the Medical School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Inat the age of 26, Dr. Long returned to Jefferson, Georgia and started his medical practice.The Science and Philosophy of Consciousness however it was not until centuries later in when American surgeon Dr.

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