Book ID: CBB000030965

A quiet haven: Quakers, moral treatment, and asylum reform (1989)


Cherry, Charles L. (Author)

Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. Press

Publication Date: 1989
Physical Details: 237 pp.; notes; bibl.; index

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Authors & Contributors
Gay, Volney P.
Feder, Lillian
Grenander, M. E.
Kolbe, Christoph
Pfister, Oskar
Hansen, Uffe
History of Psychiatry
Journal of Libertarian Studies
International Journal of Psychoanalysis
Methodist History
American Scholar
Journal of Contemporary History
Princeton University Press
Scholars Press
Yale University Press
Forensic medicine
Medical psychology
Freud, Sigmund
Pfister, Oskar
Wesley, John
Cheyne, George
Quimby, Phineas Parkhurst
Gray, John Purdue
Time Periods
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19th century
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