Charles Hamilton Hughes (1839-1916)
He was one of the youngest surgeons to receive a commission in the Federal army during the American Civil War. After the war, he was the superintendent of a lunatic asylum in Missouri. He published and spoke of his research which contributed greatly to the field of psychiatry. He was also the President of Barnes Medical College and an advocate for the creation of a public health department and the appointment of a medical representative in the president's cabinet.
- 1880 circa 15 years
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