Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) was a German physician, born April 11, 1755, who founded homeopathy. On June 21, 1900, a monument of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann was dedicated and presented to the US by the American Institute of Homeopathy. It is located on Scott Circle, in Washington, DC. Next time you’re visiting the White House, take a look at the monument. You can read about the history of the monument HERE.
A Sketch of Hahnemann’s Life
Photo of Monument of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, taken by Tabinda Khan, C.Hom., 2006.
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