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Mount Auburn Cemetery and Its Importance to the History of Anesthesia
Cooper, B., & Desai, S.P. (2012). Mount Auburn Cemetery and Its Importance to the History of Anesthesia. Bulletin of Anesthesia History, 30:2, 25-32.
Dr. Bronwyn Cooper and Dr. Sukumar P. Desai chronicle some of the central figures related to the early use of anesthesia, now interred at Mount Auburn: Jacob and Henry Jacob Bigelow; Oliver Wendell Holmes; William Thomas Green Morton; Charles Frederick Heywood; Augustus Addison Gould; Charles Thomas Jackson; Charles Bulfinch; Joseph Miner Wightman; Frances and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; and Mary Sawyer Tyler.