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Erasmus Darwin Hudson

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Erasmus Darwin Hudson, (December 15, 1805 in Torringford, Connecticut – December 31, 1880 in Greenwich, Connecticut), was a physician and anti-slavery organizer in the United States. Starting his career in Connecticut, he also practiced surgery in Massachusetts before moving to New York City in 1850, where he became a general and orthopedic surgeon. He resided there for the rest of his life, concentrating on his career as a surgeon. Biography When young, he was educated by a private tutor and at Torringford Academy. He graduated from Berkshire Medical College in 1827. He practiced in Bloomfield, Connecticut from 1828 to 1833, and also practiced at the Connecticut State Emigrant Hospital there. Around 1850 he became a general and orthopedic surgeon, first in Springfield, Massachusetts and later in New York City. In 1828 he lectured on temperance. From 1837 until 1849 he served as a lecturing agent of the Connecticut Anti-Slavery Society and general agent of the American Anti-
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