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Learning Goals To evaluate pedigrees To evaluate patterns of inheritance
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Troublesome Creek
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Troublesome Creek, Hazard Kentucky
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“The first record of Jeremiah Combs in Eastern Kentucky lists him on the 1810 Floyd County Census (the area was in Floyd County at that time). He is also listed for tax purposes in 1820 in Floyd County as owning 200 acres valued at five dollars an acre, 2 black slaves valued at $700, and 3 horses valued at $130. Total value of estate $1,830.” 1788-1867
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Dr. Carlo Coombs (1879-1957)
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Mary Princess Sexton, A midwife from upper second creek
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Delivery of medical supplies across the creek
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A Dr. in front of the Homeplace clinic
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Ruth Pendergrass (w/ Dr. Madison Cawein III)
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1. Why are these people blue? (Generate at least 2 hypotheses.) 2. How might you test each of your hypotheses? Armelda Combs
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Paul Karason, blue from ingesting homemade colloidal silver over several years An unidentified blue woman Blue can be environmental
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A patient with localized methemoglobinemia
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Lorenzo (“Blue Anze”) and Eleanor Fugate, 1915
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