Abstract: Mark H. Mosely was an avid scholar of history. He interviewed many people in the Land Between the Lakes region of Kentucky during the 1950s and 1960s. He describes early medical practices, the pioneer doctors and the pathology unique to the region. He also discusses of the iron industry, the Hillman's and the Night Riders.
Biographical / Historical note: Mark H. Mosely was born in Hancock County, Kentucky in 1921. He graduated from Indiana University in 1944 and later attended medical school at the University of California. During the Second World War he was involved in the Manhattan Project. He relocated to Eddyville, Kentucky in 1949, where he maintained a medical practice for over forty years.
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Subject Headings / Descriptors:
Mosely, Mark H., 1921-
Land Between the Lakes (Ky. and Tenn.) – History.
Medical care – Kentucky.
Physicians – Kentucky.
Iron industry and trade – Kentucky.
Lake Barkley (Ky.)
Research Notes: Abstract and index included with oral history.