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How Homeopathy Came to New Hampshire, 1840-1860.

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The Rise of 19th-century American Spiritualism, 1854 – 1873.

2017

cited in Scott Grills, "Considering Essays: The Social Construction of Subcultural Value," Qualitative Sociological Review, Vol. 13, No. 4, page 70.
cited in Christine A. Corcos, “The Scrying Game: The First Amendment, State Regulation of the Crafty Sciences, and the Rise of Spiritualism, 1848-1944,”
Whittier Law Review, Vol. 38, No. 1, page 44.
2016
cited in Miriam Fernández-Santiago, “Divination and Comparison: The Dialogical Tension between Self-Reflective Aesthetics and Sensational Motifs in Edgar Allan Poe's Dupin Series,”
Poetics Today, 37 (4): pages 641-674.
cited in R. Gregory Lande.
Psychological Consequences of the American Civil War (McFarland Publishing): 213, 233.
cited in a University of Illinois PhD dissertation, John Michael Andrick,
A Modern Mecca of Psychic Forces: The Psychical Science Congress and the Culture of Progresive Occultism in Fin-de-siecle Chicago, 1895-1900: 54, 354.
cited in Emily Suzanne Clark, “The Spiritual Republic in the Atlantic Age of Revolutions,” Chapter 5 in A Luminous Brotherhood: Afro-Creole Spiritualism in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans (University of North Carolina Press): pp. 194, 252.
cited in Simone Natale,
Supernatural Entertainments: Victorian Spiritualism and the Rise of Modern Media Culture (Penn State University Press): n3.

2015

cited in Ana Maria Ducuta, "The Impact of the Spiritist Phenomenon on 19th Century Society and History," Terra Sebas, Acts Musei Sabesiensis, Vol. 7, pages 479-491.
cited in a Pacifica Graduate Institute PhD. Dissertation, Elizabeth Thornton Troy,
Engaging the Mystery: The Potential of Automatic Writing as a Tool for Depth Psychology.
cited in Patrick D. Bowen, A History of Conversion to Islam in the United States, Volume 1: White American Muslims before 1975 (Leiden, Boston: Brill): 54.
cited in Savannah Layfield, "Turning Screws," in
The Turn of the Screw, Lamar Critical Edition, http://acloserlookattheturnofthescrew.weebly.com/turning-screws.html.
cited in "History of Harvard University," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Harvard_University.
cited in "Harvard University," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvard_University.
cited in "Banner of Light," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banner_of_Light.
cited in Phil Edwards, "What Ouija actually means, and how the game has changed," http://www.vox.com/2015/6/11/8765053/ouija-board-meaning-name.

2014

cited in Andrew Singleton, Religion, culture and society: a global approach (Los Angeles, Cal.: Sage): 24.
cited in a University of California Riverside dissertation by Giulia Katherine Hoffmann, "Otherworldly Impressions: Female Mediumship in Britain and America in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries," page 254.

2013

Andrew Singleton, "Echoes of the Past: The Influence of Spiritualism on Contemporary Belief," in The Spiritualist Movement: Speaking with the Dead in America and around the World, vol. 2, ed. Christopher M. Moreman (Santa Barbara, Cal.: Praeger): 48.
cited in an American University M.A. thesis, “Do spirits have a place at the negotiating table?”

2012

cited in an Arizona State University dissertation, Elizabeth Lowry, "Otherworldly Figures: Rhetoric, Representation and the Public Performance of Femininity in Nineteenth-Century Spirit Mediums' Autobiographies," page 194.
cited in a Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary D. Min. thesis, Richard E. Hertless, Jr. “Making Disciples through Evangelism.” page 115.

2011

cited in a university thesis in Italy, “The Spectacular Supernatural: Spiritualism, Entertainment, and the Invention of Cinema,” published in Cinema & Cie 10, 175-177.
cited In his blog “Chasing Down Emma” where Marc Demarest questioned the methodology I used in my article on American Spiritualism.

Samuel Barrett Stewart, the Essex Conference, and the Remaking of American Unitarianism, 1865-1892.

2010

cited in the article on “Unitarianism," in the new Oxford Handbook of Transcendentalism on pages 50-69.

How the Philosophy of Science changed Religion at Nineteenth-Century Harvard.

2014

cited in Brent A. T. Hege, "Contesting Faith, Truth, and Religious Language at the Creation Museum: A Historical-Theological Reflection," Theology and Science, April, n47, page 15.

Louis Agassiz and the Platonist Story of Creation at Harvard, 1795-1846.

2016

cited in Deise Simoes Rodrigues, Ciências sem fronteiras: comunicação epistolar, redes de correspondência e circulação das cartas de Agassiz no século das nações, Universidade Federal de Minas, Gerias.

2014

cited in Robert A. Smith, "Types of mankind: polygenism and scientific racism in the nineteenth century United States scientific community," Electronic Thesis Collection 105, http://digitalcommons.pittstate.edu/etd/105, page 139.
cited in Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll,
Art in the time of colony (Burlington, VT: Ashgate): page 285.
Michael Farrell, “Night Thoughts,” in
Blake and the Methodists (Palgrave Macmillian): 218, 245

2013

cited in Matthew D. Eddy, “Nineteenth-century natural theology,” in the Oxford Handbook of Natural Theology (Oxford University Press): page 116.

2012

cited in a University of Washington Ph.D. thesis by Megan Ann Miller, "Modernism's History of the Earth."
cited in Michael Farrell,
Blake and the Methodists (New York: Palsgrave Macmillan): 218, 245.

2010

cited in the current Wikipedia article on “Harvard University” and in the similar article on Conservapedia.

2009/2013

cited in Hans Barth, Louis Agassiz. Ein Schweizer Rassist, pages 41, 241.

2006

cited in Michael Farrell , “William Blake and Edward Young’s Night Thoughts,” Postgraduate English, 14 (September 2006): 24.

Locke—Stewart—Mill: philosophy of science at Dartmouth College, 1771-1854.

2016

cited in a thesis, Cornelis Siebe Bootsman, "The Nineteenth Century Engagement Between Geological and Adventist Thought and its Bearing on the Twentieth Century Flood Geology Movement," PhD.7.  http://research.avondale.edu.au/theses_phd/7

2011

cited in an online John Locke Bibliography.
2008: required reading in a Dartmouth College course “Reading Artifacts: The Material Culture of Science.”

2004

cited in a Virginia Tech University Ph.D. dissertation by T. W. Staley, “Making sense in nineteenth-century Britain.”

The “New Divinity” Movement and Its Impact on New Hampshire’s Town Churches, 1769-1849.

2014

cited in Shelby M. Balik, Rally the Scattered Believers: Northern New England's Religious Geography, (Bloomington, In.: Indiana University Press): 271.

2009

cited in “New Hampshire History: Reading List” by R. Stuart Wallace, published by the New Hampshire Historical Society.