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George Miller Beard (1839–1883)

Beard, George Miller. An American physician and medical and hygienic writer; born at Montville, CT, May 8, 1839; died in New York, Jan. 23, 1883. He made a specialty of the study of stimulants and narcotics, hypnotism, spiritualism, etc. Among his works were: ‘Our Home Physician’ (1869); ‘Eating and Drinking’ (1871); ‘Stimulants and Narcotics’ (1871); ‘American Nervousness’ (1881); ‘Sea-Sickness’ (1882); etc.