Collectie 2018.05 - Dr. D. B. Lazier Record of Confinements

Dr. Lazier Journal
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Dr. D. B. Lazier Record of Confinements

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Dr. D. B. Lazier Record of Confinements from Sept. 1901

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  • Sept. 1901 - Jan. 1930 (Vervaardig)
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    Dr. David Brownlee Lazier

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(1870 - 1931)

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Dr. David Brownlee Lazier was a regional doctor in central BC. He was born in Ontario in 1870 and eventually moved to BC and built a small, three-bed hospital – known as Lazier’s Hospital – in South Fort George in the early 1910s and but later moved his practice to Burns Lake and then to Francois Lake ca. 1921. Dr. Lazier died in 1931.

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This journal by Dr. Lazier consists of his obstetric notes on pregnancies, childbirths, infant deaths, and maternal deaths during his practice from 1901 through 1918 and 1922 through 1930. Some of the locations and regions covered in the journal include: Prince George/Fort George and the surrounding area, Nakusp, Arrowhead, Beaton, Camborne, Princeton, Fraser Lake, Burns Lake, Grayson (Saskatchewan), Neville (Saskatchewan), Ranfurly (Alberta), Minburn (Alberta), etc. A few pages at the back of the journal consists of a child’s writing in pencil of a “list of made up words” and a list of “German words.”

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Lee, E. (1997). Scalpels & buggywhips: Medical pioneers of central BC. Surrey, B.C: Heritage House.

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