Allan McLane Hamilton

Allan McLane Hamilton (October 6, 1848 – November 23, 1919) was an American psychiatrist, specializing in suicide and the impact of accidents and trauma upon mental health, and in criminal insanity, appearing at several trials.

He was a founder of the New York Psychiatrical Society. He was a Professor of Psychiatry at Cornell Medical College in New York. He was the grandson of Louis McLane on his mother's side and Alexander Hamilton on his father's side, and in 1910, he wrote ''The Intimate Life of Alexander Hamilton'', a biography of his grandfather. Provided by Wikipedia
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    A system of legal medicine by Hamilton, Allan McLane, 1848-1919

    Published 1894
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    A system of legal medicine by Hamilton, Allan McLane, 1848-1919

    Published 1900
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    A system of legal medicine, by Hamilton, Allan McLane, 1848-1919

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    A system of legal medicine by Hamilton, Allan McLane, 1848-1919

    Published 1894
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    A system of legal medicine by Hamilton, Allan McLane, 1848-1919

    Published 1900
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    Recollections of an alienist personal and professional / by Hamilton, Allan McLane, 1848-1919

    Published 2008
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    A system of legal medicine by Hamilton, Allan McLane, 1848-1919, Godkin, Lawrence, 1860-1929

    Published 1900
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