A History Of Lead Poisoning
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A History Of Lead Poisoning

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A dissertation submitted to the Board of University Studies of the Johns Hopkins University in conformity with the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

A work well documented and thought out. Referenced by many European historical works.
Photo Copied Ph.D. Thesis, 255 pages
Published 1949
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Richard
Dec 19, 2008 Richard rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everybody
Stevenson, Lloyd Grenfell (1918-1988)
From Egypt, Greece and Rome, through Europe into the North American Continent, this works covers the myths and facts that followed Lead through out the world up until the early 1900's. An eye opener of society's ability to displace facts with popular belief systems in order to ignore the obvious dangers.
It is shocking to understand how this openly hidden disaster was used as cosmetics, to water supply, to sweeten soured wine and ultimately to paint almost eve...more
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