Posted: September 25, 2019
Read this post on the updated SHGAPE Blog website. by Dr. Tamara Venit Shelton In 1909, T. Wah Hing was indicted for feticide. At that time, forty-year-old Hing had been practicing traditional Chinese medicine for more than two decades in a home and office on J Street, between Seventh and Eighth in Sacramento, that he […]
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Tagged: abortion, Asian American history, history of medicine, legal history, Progressive Era
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