8 edition of The health seekers of Southern California, 1870/1900 found in the catalog.
The health seekers of Southern California, 1870/1900
John E. Baur
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by John E. Baur.|
|LC Classifications||RA807.C2 B36 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008027840|
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The nineteenth-century notion that Southern California's sunny climate could cure tuberculosis, asthma, rheumatism, and a host of other diseases triggered a rush of health seekers to the region. By the end of the century, these settlers from the East had inflated land values, caused building booms, inaugurated new types of businesses, and Cited by: Health seekers of Southern California, San Marino, Calif.: Henry E.
Huntington Library and Art Gallery,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: John E Baur; Robert Gregg Frank.
The nineteenth-century notion that Southern California's sunny climate could cure tuberculosis, asthma, rheumatism, and a host of other diseases triggered a rush of health seekers to the region. By the end of the century, these settlers from the East had inflated land values, caused building booms, inaugurated new types of businesses, and.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baur, John E. Health seekers of Southern California, San Marino, Calif., Huntington Library, The Health Seekers of Southern California – by John E. Baur In looking at those who 1870/1900 book the curative powers of the Southern California climate, John E.
Baur investigates this migration’s effect on the settlement and development of Southern California, focusing on boosterism, resort advertising, medicine and. The Health Seekers of Southern California, San Marino: Henry E.
Huntington Library and Art Gallery, At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, Southern California’s climate had a reputation as being helpful to tuberculosis patients.
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Author of Christmas on the American FrontierThe Health Seekers of Southern California,and Dogs On The Frontier/5(7). before.6 The Southern Paciﬁc Railroad Company created a publicity oﬃce to sell the idea of moving outWest, which included such writers as Charles Nordhoﬀ, whose California: For Health, Pleasure, and Res-idence.
A Book for Travellers and Settlers, published in and distrib-uted throughout the U.S. and in Europe, made a deep and lasting. University of California at Los Angeles. The author of numerous articles, his doctoral dissertation was published by Huntington Library inHealth Seekers in Southern California, The Caxton Printers published his second book, Christmas on the American Frontier, in This book has been cited by the following publications.
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The Health Seekers of Southern California, Photo available. San Marino. The Huntington Library. pps. Octavo. Gilt decorated hard cover. First edition. Important reference work. Fine copy in fine dust jacket (in mylar). 4 Statistic on healthseekers from John E.
Baur, The Healthseekers of Southern California, (San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, ); quotation from the B’nai B’rith Messenger,as cited in Emily K. Abel, Tuberculosis and the Politics of Exclusion: A History of Public Health and Migration to Los Angeles (New Brunswick.
From Exclusion to Expulsion: Mexicans and Tuberculosis Control in Los Angeles, Baur, The Health Seekers of Southern California, – Author: Emily K. Abel. Journal of Historical Geography, 2, 2 () Wilderness and health in the nineteenth century Kenneth Thompson During the latter part of the nineteenth century a form of medical treatment often called a "wilderness cure" enjoyed considerable popularity in the United States, especially in by: 1.
Early Maps of the Ohio Valley: A Selection of Maps, Plans, and Views Made by Indians and Colonials from to By Lloyd Arnold Brown. (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, xvi + pp. Maps and bibliography.
Baur, J. The health seekers of southern California, –San Marino: Huntington Library Press. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Aridity thus set Southern California apart from other health resorts, overseas and domestic, including “the Riviera, Madeira, Minnesota, or Florida.” 35 With Southern California’s lack of “moisture” supporting visions of a paradise for health seekers, “Los Angeles County in the Health Rush, –,” California Historical Author: Henry Knight Lozano.
Hazardous Metropolis Jared Orsi Published by University of California Press Orsi, Jared. To and Fro in Southern California with Sketches of Arizona and New Mexico. Cincinnati: W.M.B.C. Press, The Health Seekers of Southern Cdiforniil, San Ma- rino, Calif.: Huntington Library, Cited by: Invoices of merchandise shipped and consigned to John A.C.
Holmes for sale in California,and accounts with crew members on the brig, Maria Esther, Daybooks, journals, ledgers, cash book and miscellaneous accounts for his store in Monterey; accounts. The Cattle on a Thousand Hills: Southern California, (The Huntington Library Classics) Diana G.
Wilson: The Mausoleum of Henry and Arabella Huntington: Simon Marmion James Thorpe: Book of Hours (The Huntington Library Classics) Richard Burton. On the phenomenon of health as a reason for migration to California see John E. Baur, The Health Seekers of Southern California, (San Author: Linda Nash.
54 John E. Baur, The Health Seekers of Southern California, – (San Marino, CA: Huntington Library Press, ), 48, 93– 55 Both quotes are from David Sloane, “Landscapes of Health and Rejuvenation,” in Companion to Los Angeles, ed.
William Deverell and Greg Hise (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, ), Figure For the millions of immigrants arriving by ship in New York City’s harbor, the sight of the Statue of Liberty, as in Unveiling the Statue of Liberty () by Edward Moran, stood as a physical representation of the new freedoms and.
“Go West Young Man: The Role of the Health Seekers in the Exploration and Settlement of the Southwest,” Western Historical Quarterly, June “Migrants West: Toward the Southern California Frontier,” by Ronald C. Woolsey, Grizzly Bear Press, February The Health Seekers of Southern California,John E Baur Ninth Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle EnglishBeatrice Daw Brown, Eleanor K.
Heningham, Francis Lee Utley Destiny of the Nations, Alice A. Bailey. Better than nature: the changing treatment of asthma and hay fever in the United States, – J.E. BaurThe health seekers of Southern California, – Huntington Library, San Marino, California () wealth seekers, tourists and health seekers.
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Indeed, ina U.S. naval fleet, incorrectly believing war had broken out, seized Monterey, California, a part of Mexico.