Excerpt from The Sterling Genealogy, Vol. 2
M. Higgins, b. In Boston, Feb. 22, 1833, dau. Of Uriah and Sylva (hall) Higgins.
Dr. Sterling, after four years of preparatory training, entered Hobart College, at Geneva, N. Y. Immediately after graduation he was appointed... to the principalship of Rock Hill Institute at Ellicott City, Md., and there gained his first practical experience in his life-work. His ambition, however, centered in the study of medicine, so after a year of teaching he resigned and entered the medical department of Western Reserve University.' In 1851 he began the practice Of medicine in Ohio City, now a part of Cleve land, where he soon won popularity and high rank. His reputation was further extended by his courage and assiduity among the poorer classes during the cholera epidemic of 1852. The benefit of his skill was freely given to the sufferers and the danger to him self unthought Of.
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