Dr. E. B. Nash

E. B. Nash (1838-1917) was born in Hillsdale, Columbia County, N. Y., on March 8th, 1838. At the age of seven he moved to Binghamton, NY and graduated from the local Academy. He began his study of medicine with Dr. T.L. Brown of Binghamton, and graduated from Cleveland Homoeopathic Medical College in 1874.Dr. Nash began homeopathic practice in Triangle, NY, and also practiced a short time in Harpersville, NY He later moved to Cortland, NsY, where he practiced until his death.Dr. Nash was considered one of the great teachers of medicine. His book, Leaders in Homeopathic Therapeutics, was thought to have been the means of converting many allopathic doctors to homeopathy. Many homoeopathic physicians in different parts of the world attributed their success in healing the sick to his writings.Dr. Nash was a member of the American Institute of Homoeopathy, of the New York State Homoeopathic Medical Society and an honorary member of the Pennsylvania State Homoeopathic Society. He was, for seven years, Professor of Materia Medica at the New York Homoeopathic Medical College. In 1903 he became president of the International Hahnemannian Association (IHA). In 1905 he gave, by invitation, a course of lectures in the Homoeopathic Hospital of London.Doctor Nash was spoken of as a public-spirited citizen and as a warm and faithful friend, a genial host, and a devoted Sunday school worker.He died November 6, 1917 after a long and productive career serving and advancing his greatest passion in life - homeopathy.