Our Carroll Heritage - A Tapestry of the Charles N. Carroll Family
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This book has 697 pages, has an extensive name index, an extensive table of contents and hundreds of photos. It covers the family history of Charles Negus Carroll (1812-1902) and the family histories... More > of his 14 children who lived to maturity: Willard Carroll (1848-1906), Kezia A. Carroll (1857-1942), Charles W. Carroll (1859-1959), Lucy Carroll Heaton (1862-1937), Jane Carroll Heaton (1864-1949), Lovina Carroll Heaton (1866-1961), Emma Carroll Seegmiller Higbee (1868-1954), Frederick G. Carroll (1870-1946), George F. Carroll(1892-1949), Edward Carroll (1875-1956), Eleanor Carroll Bolander (1875-1957), Julia Carroll Chamberlain (1877-1959), Amealia Carroll Heaton (1880-1973) and Amy Carroll Stark (1882-1973).< Less
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Patients Beyond Borders Second Edition
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This impartial, easy-to-navigate trade paperback now gives health travelers more than 400 pages of medical travel destinations, resources, and advice they need in order to make safe, cost-effective... More > decisions about traveling abroad for their healthcare. Patients Beyond Borders has helped thousands travel abroad successfully for medical care, and the Second Edition now offers patients even greater choice. "A must-read for those considering medical tourism." - ABC News< Less
Patients Beyond Borders Singapore Second Edition
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Following the success of the flagship “Patients Beyond Borders Singapore Edition,” published in July 2007, the Second Edition has now been released. The 250-page guidebook features a... More > fully updated and revised in-depth overview of Singapore's hospitals and clinics serving international patients. Considered one of the world’s top medical travel destinations, Singapore attracts more than 410,000 international patients to its hospitals and treatment centers and the country boasts 15 JCI-accredited hospitals. In 2000, Singapore’s healthcare system was ranked the best in Asia and sixth best in the world by the World Health Organization (the U.S. was ranked thirty-sixth). "With its unparalleled medical and accreditation infrastructure, I couldn't think of a better venue than Singapore for the launch of the Patients Beyond Borders Special Editions," said author Josef Woodman.< Less
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