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:: The Washingtonian Movement :: References
QUART. J. STUD. ALC., VOL. 11, 410-452, 1950.
By Milton A. Maxwell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology, State College of Washington, Pullman, Washington
 
 
 
 
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REFERENCES

6. 1 Krout, J.A. The Origins of Prohibition. New York; Knopf, 1925.

7. 2. Rush, Benjamin. An Inquiry Into the Effects of Ardent Spirits on the Human Body and Mind. [1785]

8. 3. Beecher, Lyman. Six Sermons On the Nature, Occasion, Signs, Evils, and Remedy of Intemperance. New York. American Tract Society, 1827.

9. 4. Fehlandt, A.F. A Century of Drink Reform in the United States. Cincinnati; Jennings and Graham; and New York, Eaton & Mains, 1904.

10. 5. Permanent Temperance Documents of the American Temperance Society; Vol.1 Boston; Seth Bliss, 1835.

11. 6. One Hundred Years of Temperance. A Memorial Volume of the Centennial Temperance Conference Held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September, 1885. New York; National Temperance Society & Publication House, 1886.

8. Annual Reports of the Executive Committee of the American Temperance Union, 1840-1849.

9. Harrison, D. A Voice from the Washingtonian Home. Boston; Redding & Co., 1860.

10. Hawkins, W.G. Life of John W. Hawkins. Boston, Dutton, 1863.

11. Banks, L.A. The Lincoln Legion. New York; Mershon Co., 1903.

12. Gough, J.B. Autobiography and Personal Recollections. Springfield, Mass.; Bill, Nichols & Co.,1869.

13. Wooley, J. G. and Johnson, W.E. Temperance Progress in the Century. London; Linscott Publishing Co., 1903.

14. Marsh, J. Temperance Recollections. New York; Scribner, 1866.

15. Eddy, R. Alcohol and History. New York; National Temperance Society & Publication House, 1887.

16. Cherrington, E.H. The Evolution of Prohibition in the United States of America. Westerville, Ohio; American Issue Press, 1920.

17. Cyclopedia of Temperance and Prohibition. New York; Funk & Wagnalls, 1891.

18. Crothers, T.D. Inebriety. Cincinati; Harvey, 1911.

19. Sellers, J.B. The Prohibition Movement in Alabama, 1702-1943. Chapel Hill, Univ. North Carolina Press, 1943.

20. Grosh, A.B. ed. Washingtonian Pocket Companion. Utica, N.Y., S.S. Merrell; Bennett, Backus & Hawley; & G. Tracy, 1842.

21. Daniels, W.H. The Temperance Reform and Its Great Reformers. New York; Nelson & Phillips, 1878.

22. Dacus, J.A. Battling with the Demon. St. Louis; Scammel & Co., 1878.

23. Blair, H.W. The Temperance Movement. Boston; William E. Smythe Co., 1888.

24. The A.A. Grapevine. New York; A.A. Grapevine, Inc.

25. Alcoholics Anonymous. New York; Works Publishing Co., 1939.

26. A.A. Tradition. New York; Works Publishing Co., 1947.

27. Maxwell, M.A. Social Factors in the Alcoholics Anonymous Program. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Texas, 1949.

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