BUCKLER, Thomas Hepburn (1812-1901), Baltimore teacher and writer, was born at Evergreen, Maryland, on January 4, 1812, and was educated at St. Mary's College, Baltimore, taking his M.D. in 1835 with a thesis on "Animal Heat." He practiced afterwards in that city as physician to the City Almshouse, and from 1866 to 1890 he became a Paris physician under a license from the French government; then he returned to Baltimore. The remains of the house where Buckler was born in 1812 are most likely on the grounds of Coppin State University. The image to the right is from the 1906 Bromley Atlas of Baltimore City.