2 edition of great American water-cure craze found in the catalog.
great American water-cure craze
Harry B. Weiss
|Statement||by Harry B. Weiss and Howard R. Kemble.|
|Contributions||Kemble, Howard R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
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The Great American Water-Cure Craze.A History of Hydropathy in the United States. Harry B. Weiss and Howard R. Times Press, Trenton, N.J., viii Author: James Harvey Young. The great American water-cure craze: A history of hydropathy in the United States, [Weiss, Harry B] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The great American water-cure craze: A history of hydropathy in the United StatesAuthor: Harry B Weiss. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weiss, Harry B.
(Harry Bischoff), Great American water-cure craze. Trenton, The Past Times. Harry B. Weiss, The Great American Water-Cure Craze: A History of Hydropathy in the United States, (Trenton: The Past Times Press, ). Harry Weiss’s work provides an excellent starting point for anyone trying to grasp what hydrotherapy was, when it was prominent, and who practiced and promoted it.
Natural Therapy. great American water-cure craze book Reviews: The Great American Water-Cure Craze. A History of Hydropathy in the United States)Cited by: 2.
Hydrotherapy, formerly called hydropathy great American water-cure craze book also called water cure, is a part of alternative medicine (particularly naturopathy), occupational therapy, and physiotherapy, that involves the use of water for pain relief and treatment.
The term encompasses a broad range of approaches and therapeutic methods that take advantage of the physical properties of water, such as ICDCM: The Great American Water-Cure Craze: A history of hydropathy in the United States.
New Jersey: Past Times Press, (ISLM RM W45) Weiss and Kemble. They Took to the Waters: The forgotten mineral spring resorts of New Jersey and nearby Pennsylvania and Delaware.
Trenton, NJ: Great American water-cure craze book Times Press, (ISLM RA N5 W4. Download PDF The Water Cure Manual book full free. The Water Cure Manual available for download and read online in other formats.
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Author. Great American water-cure craze book Gove Nichols, née Mary Sargeant Neal (Aug – ), also known by her pen name, Mary Orme, was a woman's rights and health reform advocate, hydrotherapist, vegetarian and an American : 10 AugustGoffstown.
The Great American Water-Cure Craze is not so rewarding because, although there are occasional hints, its authors do not place hydropathy with-in a broad frame of reference and relevance.
They have, however, with unflagging antiquarian zeal, gleaned from a few manuscript collections and numerous printed primary sources, es-pecially the prolific Cited by: 2. Author of Something about jumping jacks and the jack-in-the-box, Thomas Say, early American naturalist, A book about chapbooks, The great American water-cure craze, a history of hydropathy in the United States, The bibliographical, editorial and other activities of Charles F.
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Trenton, UJ: Great American water-cure craze book Times Pr;page King LS. Medicine in the USA: historical vignettes. III. Medical sects and their influence. JAMA. ; Salmon JW, Great American water-cure craze book HS. Health policy implications of the hilistic health movement.
Resources on the History of Psychiatry History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine. nineteenth century practices, some (such as the water-cure) continuing into mid-twentieth The great American water-cure craze; a history of hydropathy in the United States, by Harry B.
Weiss and Howard Size: KB. Jane B. Donegan, "Hydropathic Highway to Great American water-cure craze book Women and Water-Cure in Antebellum America. Contributions in Medical Studies, Number New York: Greenwood Press, Checked out through OU's Library. As often seems to be the case, Hyropathic Highway to Health offers a history of hydrotherapy intertwined with one of women's health.
a happy addition to the available early documents of American medical education. Limited to copies, this first printing will probably soon be out of print.
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Clara Barton was 39 years old before she became involved in Civil War humanitarian activities. Prior to that time, three factors shaped her personality and her future: phrenology gave her philosophical principles to live by, especially “Know Thyself”; sex discrimination on her first two jobs steeled her for living in a male dominated Victorian era; and Cited by: 2.
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The book contains recipes "without the employment of milk, sugar, salt, yeast, acids, alkalies, grease, or condiments of any kind."Born: August 5,Vernon, Connecticut. The Great American Water-Cure Craze: A History of Hydropathy in the United States. The Past Times Press. 83 ^ a b Whorton, James C.
( edition). Crusaders for Fitness: The History of American Health Reformers. Princeton University Press. ISBN ^ "The first Turkish baths in the USA: New York: Manhattan: Laight. Kemble,Howard R Title(s): The great American water-cure craze; a history of hydropathy in the United States, by Harry B.
Weiss and Howard R. Kemble. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Trenton, N. J., Past Times Press, The Great American Water-Cure Craze: A History of Hydropathy in the United States.
The Past Times Press. 83; 1 2 Whorton, James C. ( edition). Crusaders for Fitness: The History of American Health Reformers. Princeton University Press. ISBN ↑ "The first Turkish baths in the USA: New York: Manhattan: Laight. 4. Benjamin Smith (–31 October ) was at one time Tax Collector for the Port of Boston.
He is the father of Benjamin Greene Smith (1 October –) and of Franklin Webster Smith (9 October–).Cited by: 3. American reformers believed that public baths were an important amenity that progressive cities should provide for their poorer citizens. The burgeoning of urban slums of Irish immigrants, the water cure craze and other health reforms that associated cleanliness with health, the threat of epidemics—especially cholera—all contributed to the.
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Insect enemies of books. The water cure, although it became especially meaningful to women, began as a phenomenon offered enthusiastically to all. All hail to pure cold water That bright rich gem from heaven; And praise to the creator, For such a, blessing given.
So ran the first stanza of a musical testimonial composed by Mrs. Judson in the ’s. Extreme as it might have been, Jackson and the water cure craze did a great service to America by helping to convincing her people that cleanliness was an important part of healthiness.
In addition to the unique sensations of bathing, Jackson offered his clients a guarantee. The Great American Water Cure Craze: A History of Hydropathy in the United States. Trenton, New Jersey: The Past Times Press. ^ Hahn, J.S. On the Power and Effect of Cold Water.
Cited in Richard Metcalfe (), pp.5–6. Helpful background studies on the water-cure medical sect include Weiss and Kemble’s study, The Great American Water-Cure Craze, and Cayleff’s study of the feminist aspects of water cure, Wash and Be by: 5.
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The Past Times Press. 37 ^ a b Baer, Hans A. Biomedicine and Alternative Healing Systems in America: Issues of Class, Race, Ethnicity and Gender. University of Wisconsin Press. ISBN ^ Puskar-Pasewicz, Margaret.
The Great American Water Cure Craze: A History of Hydropathy in the United States. Trenton, New Jersey: The Past Times Press. ↑ Hahn, J.S. On the Power and Effect of Cold Water.
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