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    Physician, Patriot, Potts: An Exhibit on Dr. Jonathan Potts

    Pottsgrove Manor Historic site

    100 W. King Street Pottstown PA 19464

    Saturday April 4th 2020 to Sunday September 27th 2020

    • Sundays

      1pm to 4pm

    • Tuesdays

      10am to 4pm

    • Wednesdays

      10am to 4pm

    • Thursdays

      10am to 4pm

    • Fridays

      10am to 4pm

    • Saturdays

      10am to 4pm

    Expand your knowledge of 18th century medicine with Pottsgrove Manor’s exhibit “Physician, Patriot, Potts: An Exhibit on Dr. Jonathan Potts,” which opens on Saturday, April 4, 2020, at 11 a.m. and runs through Sunday, September 27, 2020.

    Pottsgrove Manor has been transformed to tell the life story of Jonathan Potts, born in 1745 to John and Ruth Potts, who dedicated his career to the study and practice of medicine. Educated at some of the top medical schools of the 18th century, Jonathan graduated as valedictorian from the College of Philadelphia and set up his practice and apothecary shop in Reading. His convictions eventually lead him to join the patriot cause, which sent him to Fort Ticonderoga. Jonathan organized the military army hospitals to prevent the spread of smallpox. Eventually, his leadership brought him back to Pennsylvania and the Valley Forge winter encampment in 1777-8 as the Director of Hospitals in the Middle Department.

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