Michigan's Homeopathic Hospital
Doomed North Hall recalls the decades when medical rivals shared the U-M campus.
In December 1901, University of Michigan professor Royal S. Copeland gave a rousing speech at the opening ceremony of the university's Homeopathic Teaching Hospital. "The history of medicine is a history of revolutions, rebellions, civil wars, and inquisitions," said Copeland. "Every medical reform, like every reform in religion, has been inaugurated by