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Mark Frederick Boyd - bibliography

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American bacteriologist and epidemiologist, born May 21, 1889, St. Paul, Minnesota; died 1968.


  • Practical preventive medicine. Philadelphia and London, 1920.
  • Studies of the epidemiology of malaria in the Coastal Lowlands of Brazil.
    Baltimore, 1926.
  • An introduction to malariology. Boston 1930.
  • Malariology: A Comprehensive Survey of All Aspects of This Group of Diseases From a Global Standpoint.
    Mark Frederick Boyd, editor. 2 volumes. Philadelphia: W. B. Saun. Jers Co., 1949). History:
  • A Map of the Road From Pensacola to St. Augustine, 1778.
    The Florida Historical Quarterly, 1938, 17: 24.
  • The Expedition of Marcos Delgado from Apalache to the Upper Creek Country in 1686.
    The Florida Historical Quarterly 16 (1937): 21-32.
  • Events at Prospect Bluff on the Apalachicola River, 1808-1818.
    The Florida Historical Quarterly, October 1937, 16 (2): 55-96.
  • The Battle of Marianna.
    The Florida Historical Quarterly, April 1951, 29 (4): 225-242.
  • The Seminole War: Its Background and Onset.
    The Florida Historical Quarterly, July 1951, 30: 3-115.
  • Here They Once Stood: The Tragic End of the Apalachee Missions.
    Written with Hale G. Smith and John W. Griffin. 1951.
    Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1951.

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