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history of the conception of death in America, 1650-1860

Charley Shively

history of the conception of death in America, 1650-1860

by Charley Shively

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Published by Garland in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Death -- Social aspects -- United States -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [371]-394.

      StatementCharles Shively.
      SeriesHarvard dissertations in American history and political science
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1073.5.U6 S49 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination394 p. :
      Number of Pages394
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2045012M
      ISBN 100824051475
      LC Control Number88021990

        Our First Public Parks: The Forgotten History of Cemeteries. and how the design of cemeteries has reflected America's feelings about death. In the book. Along with his political essays, Shively’s academic work included the six volume edited Collected Works of Lysander Spooner ()—a nineteenth-century social anarchist—and A History of the Conception of Death in America, , his doctoral dissertation ().

      Beginning about , a remarkable effort emerged to construct a rich and comprehensive ideology of the family. Its components included the concept of “separate spheres” for men and women, the primacy of “the domestic church,” and an elaboration of “true womanhood.” In a curious departure from American republicanism, the human archetype of this philosophy was Great Britain’s. Baltimore, MD Jednosc Polonia Death Notice Index Biography. Who's Who in Polish America Index Polish biographies published in ; Birth Records. Genealogical Hints; Check this directory for the city/town of interest; Book Corner - book stores, reviews, and sources: C: Calendar - Meetings and Conferences Cemetery Records. Cedar Grove Cemetery.

      Famous deaths in Learn about 61 historical figures, notable people and celebrities who died in like Robert E. Lee, David Farragut and Charles Dickens. Work until you die -- or until you can't work anymore. Until the late 19th century, that was the old-age plan for the bulk of the world's workers. Only in did German Chancellor Otto von Author: Seattle Times Staff.


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Author(s): Shively,Charley Title(s): A history of the conception of death in America, / Charles Shively. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Garland, Along with his political essays Mr. Shively's academic work included the six volume edited "Collected Works of Lysander Spooner" () - a 19th century social anarchist - and "A History of the Conception of Death in America, ," his doctoral dissertation ().

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