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The mid 1800s saw a backlash by the AMA against homeopathic physicians. During this time a code of ethics was established which asserted that orthodox physicians would lose their membership in the AMA if they even consulted with a homeopath.
Mexico 1850
Homeopathy is introduced by Dr. Navarrete from Havana
Australia 1850
Mr. Thienette de Bérigny introduces homeopathy in Victoria
William Yingling, MD, author of "Accoucheur's Emergency Manual"
Egypt 1851
Dr. Benoit Mure: the first homeopath in Egypt and Sudan
1853 - 1931
John Clarke, MD, author of "Dictionary of Materia Medica"

Clarke biography

1853 - 1927
Mary Taft, MD
1854 - 1925
John Henry Allen, MD, author of "The Chronic Miasms"

J H Allen biography

AMA condemns mixing homoeopathy with standard medical practice; withholds membership from any state or local medical organizations to which homoeopaths belong.
1855 - 1856
The Homeopathic Echo
The first New Zealand homeopathic journal
1855 - 1922
Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago
1856 - 1931
Frederica Gladwin, MD, helped in the preparation of Kent's Repertory
Bulgaria 1856
Homeopathy is introduced by Georgy Mirkovich, MD
AMA bans any discussion of homoeopathic medical theory in their journals and expels doctors who consult with homoeopaths; allopaths married to homoeopaths also expelled.
1857 - 1943
Margaret Tyler, MD, author of "Homeopathic Drug Pictures"
1858 - 1938
Willis Dewey, MD, author of "Essentials of Homeopathic Materia Medica", "Essentials of Homeopathic Therapeutics"
1859 - 1929
New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital
Czech Republic 1860
Czech Republic
A Catholic homeopathic hospital existed at Kromeriz since 1860
Birth of the American pharmaceutical industry manufacturing conventional medicines.
Slovakia 1860
Homeopathy has been used since the 19th Century Habsburg monarchy in Austria
1860 - 1929
Stuart Close, MD, author of "The Genius of Homeopathy"

Stuart Close biography

Venezuela 1860
Dr. Manuel Porras is the first to use homeopathy
1861 - 1935
Cyrus M. Boger, MD. Author of "Synoptic Key with Repertory", "Card Index", and translator of Boenninghausen's "Characteristics and Repertory"

Cyrus Boger biography

Philippines 1860
The Philippines
Graduates are in the Philippine Islands who studied at US schools
1861 - 1941
William King, MD, author of "History of Homeopathy in America"
1861 - 1939
James Ward, MD, author of "The Unabridged Dictionary of Symptoms As If"
1862 - 1919
R. Gibson Miller, MD
1863 - 1948
Alfred Pulford, MD
On High Potencies
published by Fincke
Adolph Lippe becomes president of the Homeopathic Medical College of PA

Lippe & HMCPA

Drug companies begin to expand their influence and territory. Patent medicine industry evolves.
1867 - 1955
Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia
Pacific Homoeopathic Medical Society of California founded.
1868 - 1950
Herbert A. Roberts, MD. Author of "Sensations As If"

Herbert A. Roberts biography

Boericke and Tafel Pharmaceutical Company founded
1870 - 1959
Charles Dixon, MD
Ukraine 1870
Homeopathy spreads through the support of the most prominent men of the period
1870 - 1947
Guy Stearns, MD, developer of autonomic testing of homeopathic remedies
Jamaica 1870
Jose J. Navarro came from Cuba to teach homeopathy
1871 - 1963
Julia Minerva Green, MD
1871 - 1952
Royal Hayes, MD
1872 - ca. 1918
Detroit Homeopathic College
1872 - 1922
Pulte Homeopathic College (merged with Cleveland Homeopathic College 1911)
1872 - 1952
Rudolph Rabe, MD
1873 - 1920
Boston University School of Medicine
1873 - 1882
The Cincinnati Medical Advance
One of five names
1873 - 1920
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
1874 - 1916
Middletown State Hospital, New York, largest of state mental hospitals under homeopathic control
1874 - 1967
Arthur Grimmer, MD