Published December 30, 2004
by Kessinger Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||544|
The life story of Presley Marion Rixey: Surgeon General, U.S. Navy, biography and autobiography [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Get this from a library! The life story of Presley Marion Rixey: Surgeon General, U.S. Navy, biography and autobiography. [Presley Marion Rixey; William Clarence Braisted; William Hemphill Bell]. The life story of Presley Marion Rixey, Surgeon General, U. S. Navy, biography and autobiography Responsibility biography by William C. Braisted and William Hemphill Bell. Presley Marion Rixey, Rear Admiral, United States Navy. Born in Culpepper County, Virginia, 14 July , the son of Presley Morehead and Mary F. (Jones) Rixey. He received his primary education in Culpepper and Warrenton Counties, Virginia, before attending the University of Virginia from which he received a Medical Doctor (MD) degree in
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Rixey, Presley Marion: Rixey was White House physician to William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt. He was also surgeon general of the U.S. Navy when Taft became President. •• Rixey wrote the just-inaugurated Taft to ask "whether he desired him to continue to act as the surgeon for the White House. Braisted, William and William H. Bell. The Life Story of Presley Marion Rixey, Biography and Autobiography. Strasburg, VA: Shenandoah Publishing House, Breeden, James O. “Military and Naval Medicine.” In A Guide to the Sources of United States Military History, edited by Robin Higham, Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, The Life Story of Presley Marion Rixey: Surgeon General, U. S. Navy well-referenced, with areas of speculation clearly identified, Dr. Zebra depends heavily on this book. Dr. Bumgarner survived the Bataan Death March and has written an Burke's Presidential Families of the United States of America. 2nd ed. McKinley Assassination Ink features full-text primary source documents relating to the assassination of William McKinley and the immediate aftermath of that event, including the succession of Theodore Roosevelt to the presidency and the incarceration, trial, and execution of assassin Leon Czolgosz.