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History of homeopathy and its institutions in America v. 4 1905 by Lewis Publishing Company, New York - Chicago
OSCAR LESEURE, Detroit, Michigan, major and brigade surgeon, United States Volunteers, Spanish-American war, former professor of surgery and clinical surgery in the homoeopathic medical department of the University of Michigan, is a native of Danville, Illinois, born January 27, 1851, son of Prosper LeSeure and Elizabeth Wilhoit his wife, his father a native of Nancy, France, born 1820, and his mother of Kentucky, born 1826. Dr. LeSeure was educated in the public schools of Danville, and (professionally) in the University of Michigan, class of 1873, and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York city, where he came to the degree in 1874. Subsequently (July, 1886-July, 1887) he took further studies in Paris and London, and in 1892 in Paris, France. He practiced in Danville, Illinois, from 1874 until 1886, and in Detroit since 1887, and in connection with professional work served as house surgeon, United States Marine Hospital, March to October, 1873; surgeon and gynecologist to Grace Hospital since 1889; professor of principles of surgery and clinical surgery, University of Michigan (homoeopathic department) 1895-1900, resigned ; executive officer of Sternberg United States Hospital, Chickamauga Park, Georgia, 1898; member of the board of health, Detroit, 1895-1898; major and brigade surgeon, United States Volunteers, August-December. 1898. Dr. LeSeure is a member of the American Institute of Homoeopathy, an associate of the American Association of Military Surgeons, member of the Homoeopathic Medical Society of the State of Michigan, and of the Practitioners' Society of Detroit. He also has been a member of the state board of registration in medicine since 1903.