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Dunham, Carrolllocked

(29 October 1828–18 February 1876)
  • Anne Taylor Kirschmann

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Dunham, Carroll (29 October 1828–18 February 1876), physician and educator, was born in New York City, the son of Edward Wood Dunham, a prosperous commission merchant and the first president of New York’s Corn Exchange Bank, and Maria Smyth Parker. Dunham’s mother died during the cholera epidemic of 1834, when Dunham was six years of age....

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