References to Chiropractic’s History of Ideas: An Outline

 

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Firth, J. 1914/1925. Chiropractic symptomatology. Vol. 7. Davenport: Palmer College of Chiropractic.

Forster, A. 1915. Principles and practice of spinal adjustment. Chicago, IL: National School of Chiropractic.

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Gibbons, R. 1991. “Joy Loban and Andrew P. Davis: itinerant healers and “schoolmen,” 1910-1923.” Chiropr Hist no. 11 (1):23.

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Harper, WD. 1997. Anything Can Cause Anything: A Correlation of Dr. Daniel David Palmer’s Priniciples of Chiropractic: Texas Chiropractic College.

Hart, JF. 1996. “Remembering Dr. Lyle Wheeler Sherman.” Chiropr Hist no. 16 (2):67-75.

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Keating, J. 1988. “C.O. Watkins, D.C.: Grandfather of the Council on Chiropractic Education.Journal of Chiropractic Education no. 2 (3):1-9.

Keating, J. 1992a. “The evolution of Palmer’s metaphors and hypotheses.” Philosophical Constructs for the Chiropractic Profession no. 2 (1):9-19.

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Keating, J. 1998. “Chronology of Alva Gregory, M.D., D.C.“.

Keating, J. 2000a. “Clarence W. Weiant, D.C., PH.C., PH.D.: An early chiropractic Scholar.” Chiropr Hist no. 20 (2):49-79.

Keating, J. 2000b. “The search for a science of straight chiropractic: Herbert Marshall Himes.Dynamic Chiropractic no. 18 (26):30-2.

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Keating, J, and W Rehm. 1995. “William C. Schulze, MD, DC (1870-1936): From mail-order mechano-therapists to scholarship and professionalism among drugless physicians.” Chiropractic Journal of Australia no. 25:122-128.

Keating, J, and S Troyanovich. 2005. “Wisconsin versus chiropractic: the trials at LaCrosse and the bilth of a chiropractic champion.” Chiropr Hist no. 25 (1):37-45.

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Loban, J. 1911. “Chiropractic Reasoning.” International Chiropractic Journal no. 1 (1).

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