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  1. Born on 6 August 1881 at Lochfield farm near Darvel, in Ayrshire, Scotland, Alexander Fleming was the third of four children of farmer Hugh Fleming (1816–1888) and Grace Stirling Morton (1848–1928), the daughter of a neighbouring farmer. Hugh Fleming had four surviving children from his first marriage. He was 59 at the time of his second ...

  2. Jan 01, 1995 · Mountain Fever book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Thomas W. Alexander, Sr. (19001972) was a forester, outdoorsman, farmer, ra...

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  4. Mountain Fever chronicles one man's love affair with a region, its unique and vanishing human culture, and its verdant natural history. Spanning the 1920s through the 1960s, it recounts Tom Alexander's early adventures as a government ranger and forester in Western North Carolina, where he dealt with arsonists, poachers, and bitter winter storms, plus his own experience as a stockman in ...

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  5. with mountain fever "' On the following day, they "overtook a train of 10 wagons in which 14 men were tormented by mountain fever."8 Mary Ackley wrote in her drary in 1852, "Brother Jim four years old had moun- tain fever. . . . When he recovered his hair all fell out"9 Dr. John Hudson Wayman, a physician traveling to

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  7. May 27, 2021 · Alexander Fleming was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, on August 6, 1881, and studied medicine, serving as a physician during World War I. Through research and experimentation, Fleming discovered a ...

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