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John Call Dalton (February 2, 1825 – February 12, 1889) was an American physiologist, the first full-time professor for physiology in the United States.
Dalton was born in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
- A Treatise on Physiology and Hygiene : for Schools, Families, and Colleges. – New York : London : Harper & Bros. ; Sampson Low, Son & Marston, 1869
- A treatise on human physiology : designed for the use of students and practitioners of medicine. – Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1861
- The Experimental Method of Medicine – Philadelphia, 1882
- Doctrines of the circulation : a history of physiological opinion and discovery, in regard to the circulation of the blood. – Philadelphia : Henry C. Lea’s Son & Co., 1884
- Topographical anatomy of the brain. – Philadelphia, Lea brothers & Co., 1885
- Vivisecion; what it is, and what it has accomplished. - Read before New York Academy of Medicine. Dec 13, 1866
Script : University of Michigan, University Library
- John Call Dalton, M.D., U.S.V.. – [Cambridge: Riverside Press], 1892 ( regarding his brief service in the 7th New York Infantry , National Guard)
- S. Weir Mitchell: Memoir of John Call Dalton, 1825–1889. In: National Academy of Sciences : Biographical Memoirs. – Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences, 1985, Band III, S. 177-185.