Joshua Kelley

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Skeletal evidence exists for life stresses of 120 Black individuals from 25 sites in Maryland, Virginia, and the Carolinas. Periods for statistical comparison are eighteenth century, 1690-1770; Catoctin Furnace, Maryland industrial slaves, 1790-ca.1820; 1800-ca.1860, nineteenth century; and a twentieth-century Black sample compiled from forensic (accidental(More)
Five hundred fifty-four patients with abnormal cytologic smears were screened in a special clinic by gynecology residents under faculty supervision using colposcopy and biopsies. Two hundred fifty patients who were evaluated by colposcopy subsequently had conization or hysterectomy. Colposcopically directed biopsies were accurate (comparable to the surgical(More)
The congregation of the Reverend Henry Simmons (First African Baptist Church at 8th & Vine, Philadelphia) from 1823 to 1841 used a cemetery rediscovered through subway expansion which was carefully excavated by M. Parrington and S. Pinter in 1983-1984; currently 75 adults were available for study. As an overall health indicator, longevity at 38.9 years (N =(More)
METHODS: Forty-one consecutive patients undergoing open cranial vault remodeling were retrospectively reviewed. Early in the series, individual anesthesiologist preference dictated aminocaproic acid (ACA) use, and no patients received erythropoietin (EPO). After protocol initiation, all patients were evaluated for EPO and all patients received(More)
Lead content was determined in the skeletal tissue of 82 individuals representing two black and two white Colonial American populations: Catoctin Furnace, College Landing, Governor's Land, and Irene Mound. Group and individual differences in bone lead concentrations were used to assess behavioral, social and occupational characteristics. Variations in(More)
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