Colonizing Leprosy: Imperialism and the Politics of Public Health in the United States

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INDEX
Abrams, Walter, 90, 95
Ackerman, Walter D., 185
African Americans, 77, 92–93, 162–64
Albien, Joe, 93
American Doctor’s Odyssey, An, 161
American Federation of the Physically Handicapped, 177, 179
American Legion, 152–54, 158, 164, 166, 176, 179, 187. See also Veterans
American Legion Auxiliary, 152, 158
American Medical Association (AMA), 98, 114
Anthrax, 24
Arizona, 35–37
Armadillo Research Program, 207
Arning, Edward, 54
Bacteriological testing, 104, 105, 126, 129, 195
Baldwin Home, 60–61, 119
Bayonet Constitution, 54, 55, 72
Bergen, Edgar, and Charlie McCarthy, 188
Big Jim McLain, 1–2
Bishop Home, 60–61, 109
Board of Control for the Leper Home, Louisiana, 76–77, 78–79, 80–82, 83, 87–88, 90, 94–98, 100, 102; creation of, 76–77; and funding of home, 78–79, 81–82, 87–88, 100; contract with Daughters of Charity, 80–81, 83; and patient discipline, 88, 89– 92, 94–99, 102
Board of Health, Kingdom of Hawai‘i, 13, 50–51, 53–54
Board of Health, Louisiana, 79, 96, 100
Board of Health, Provisional Hawaiian Government: and leprosy policies, 54–55, 62–63; and Kalaupapa, 59, 68–72; and Ko‘olau, 64–68
Board of Health, Territory of Hawai‘i, 105, 131, 141, 185, 206; and Western medical authority, 105, 110–11; and Kalaupapa, 107–8; and Lor Wallach case, 111–18; and patient regulation, 189, 192–93, 195; and control of HD program, 190, 194, 198; and federal funding, 196–97
Board of Hospitals and Settlement, Territory of Hawai‘i: creation of, 141; and leprosy reforms, 141–44; and World War II, 167–68; and public health education, 181; absorbed by Board of Health, 189–90
Boy Scouts, 168, 187
Bracken, H. M., 28
Brand, Alonzo F., 197
Brinckerhoff, Walter R., 119, 122
Brown, Claude A., 164
Bryant, Joseph D., 21–22
Bubonic plague, 25
Burleson, Albert, 38
Call-Bulletin, The (San Francisco, Calif.), 165
Carmichael, D. A., 28–29
Carville (U.S. National Leprosarium), 196; medical treatment at, 1, 7, 12, 104, 128; Hornbostels at, 1, 164–67, 175; confinement of people with leprosy at, 3, 8, 173; patient community at, 10, 12; patient activism at, 10, 12, 15–16, 133–34, 152–67, 170, 172–74, 175–80, 201–2, 207; regula-

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