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BLOOD AND VOICE : Navajo Women Ceremonial Practitioners
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BLOOD AND VOICE : Navajo Women Ceremonial Practitioners

By Schwarz, Maureen Trudelle

University of Arizona Press, 2003. 186pp. Trade paperback, VG, index, references cited, glossary, chapter notes, "Drawing on interviews with seventeen Navajo women practitioners and five apprentices, Maureen Trudelle Schwarz explicates women's role as ceremonial practitioners and shows that it is more complex than has previously been thought. She examines gender differences dictated by the Navajo origin story, details how women came to be practitioners, and reveals their experiences and the strategies they use to negotiate being both woman and singer", . Trade Paperback. Very Good.

$10.00

GENETIC STUDIES OF GENIUS : Volume One, Mental and Physical Traits of a Thousand Gifted Children, Second Edition

By Terman, Lewis M.

Stanford University Press, 1926. 648pp. Red cloth hardback, DJ has chips and tears along edges and very brittle, Second Edition, Volume One Only, index, tables, footnotes, GENETIC STUDIES OF GENIUS : Mental and Physical Traits of a Thousand Gifted Children, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Good+.

$50.00

THE ROOT OF CHINESE CHI KUNG : The Secrets of Chi Kung Training

By Jwing-Ming, Dr. Yang

Yang's Martial Arts Association , 1992. 272pp. Softback, crease along bottom front cover, slight stains along top page edge, appendices, glossary, b&w photos and illustrations, THE ROOT OF CHINESE CHI KUNG : The Secrets of Chi Kung Training, . Soft Cover. Good+.

$12.00

THE BACKBONE OF HISTORY : Health and Nutrition in the Western Hemisphere
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THE BACKBONE OF HISTORY : Health and Nutrition in the Western Hemisphere

By Steckel, Richard H. (editor); Rose, Jerome C. (editor)

Cambridge, 2002. 633pp. Black hardback with DJ, VG, index, bibliography, figures and tables, graphs, Includes: Methodology, Euro-Americans and African-Americans in North America, Native Americans in Central America, Native Americans and Euro-Americans in South America, Native Americans in North America, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$30.00

TO BE A DOCTOR, THE YOUNG PRINCES, THE RACE AND THE RUNNER

By Marti-Ibanez, Felix

MD Publications , 1968. 62pp. Small red hardback, VG, no DJ, no names or markings, Three stories related to the practice of medicine, . Hard Cover. Very Good.

$12.00

ASYLUM ON THE HILL : History of a Healing Landscape
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ASYLUM ON THE HILL : History of a Healing Landscape

By Ziff, Katherine

Ohio Univ Press, 2012. 220pp. Black cloth hardback with DJ, VG, index, bibliography, chapter notes, b&w photos, "Asylum on the Hill is the story of a great American experiment in psychiatry, a revolution in care for those with mental illness, as seen through the example of the Athens Lunatic Asylum. Built in southeast Ohio after the Civil War, the asylum embodied the nineteenth-century “gold standard” specifications of moral treatment. Stories of patients and their families, politicians, caregivers, and community illustrate how a village in the coalfields of the Hocking River valley responded to a national movement to provide compassionate care based on a curative landscape, exposure to the arts, outdoor exercise, useful occupation, and personal attention from a physician", . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$20.00

MAGICAL MAC : The True Story of a Healing Horse
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MAGICAL MAC : The True Story of a Healing Horse

By Davis, Michele S.; Makris, Alexandra

Self Published, 2002. 35pp. Thin oblong softback, VG, color photos, The true story of a healing horse, Magical Mac, at Serendipity Stables Healing Horses in York Center, Ohio, . Soft Cover. Very Good.

$15.00

THE NEXT MILLION YEARS

By Darwin, Charles Galton

Doubleday - Dolphin Books, 1952. 154pp. Mass market pb, front top corner tip creased, light brown spots on covers, top corner tip of half title page clipped, no markings in book, "Looks at how people will evolve and survive where human population is expanding at a rate that will soon exhaust both natural resources and food supply", . Mass Market Paperback. Good+.

$12.50

THE WORLD OF NIGEL HUNT : The Diary of a Mongoloid Youth

By Hunt, Nigel

Garrett Publications, 1967. 126pp. Small dark orange cloth hardback, DJ slightly darkened on spine, Second Printing, The diary of a young man with Downs Syndrome, b&w photos, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$15.00

HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES SANITARY COMMISION IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION

By Stille, Charles J.

Corner House Historical Publications , 1997. 553pp. Large trade paperback, VG, unabridged reprint of the 1866 edition, no names or markings, History of the United States Sanitary Commission in the War of the Rebellion, . Trade Paperback. Very Good.

$15.00

SHAPES OF SANITY, A Study in The therapeutic Use of Modelling in the Waking and Hypnotic State

By Meares, Ainslie

IL: Charles C Thomas, 1960. 468pp, Brown cloth hardback, no DJ, index, photos of modelling examples made by patients, case studies, history, techniques, methods and results of plastotherapy and hypnoplasty, types of art therapy using clay or other modelling compounds,. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$27.00

Neurohumoral Maintenance of Immune Homeostasis

By Korneva, Elena A.; Klimenko, Viktor M.; Shkhinek, Elenor K.; Corson, Samuel A. (editor); Corson, Elizabeth O. (editor)

University of Chicago Press, 1985. 253pp, Black boards, DJ, figures, references, indices, results of a quarter century of research on the central nervous system and immunology, translated from the Russian, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$15.00

THE MAKING OF A SURGEON IN THE 21ST CENTURY
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THE MAKING OF A SURGEON IN THE 21ST CENTURY

By Miller, Craig A. M.D.

Blue Dolphin Publishing, 2004. 239pp. Red hardback with DJ, VG, "The Making of a Surgeon in the 21st Century is a highly personalized description of one individual's experiences during a five-year residency in general surgery at a major university hospital. It describes the personal challenges and rewards, the drama of triumph and tragedy, the agony of indecision and the thrill of success", . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$12.50

BEGINNING AGAIN AT ARARAT

By Elliott, Mabel Evelyn

Fleming H. Revell Company, 1924. 341pp. Maroon buckrum cloth hardback (rebound), maps, photos, repairs to edges of couple pages, small light stains on c.10pp., light brown foxing spots on photo pages, title page taped and repaired, owner name on front end page, paper has turned light brown, "Dr Mabel Evelyn Elliott was a physician for the American Women's Hospitals and joined the Near East Relief in 1919. She provided relief to thousands of genocide survivors throughout Asia Minor, Eastern Thrace and the Caucasus including Marash, Izmit (Nicomedia) and Rodosto as well as establishing several hospitals in Greece in the post genocide period including Mytilene and Macronissi", . Hard Cover. Good+.

$60.00

A MEMOIR OF JAMES JACKSON, JR. M.D. WITH EXTRACTS FROM HIS LETTERS TO HIS FATHER AND MEDICAL CASES

By Jackson, James M.D.

Arno Press, 1972. 444pp. Green cloth hardback, no DJ, 1972 reprint of the 1835 edition, Memoir of Dr. James Jackson jr.(1810-1834) by his father, . Hard Cover. Very Good.

$20.00

DANIEL DRAKE M.D. : Frontiersman of the Mind

By Aring, Charles D. (editor); Voorheis, Albert Barnes (editor)

Crossroads Books , 1985. 60pp. Thin trade paperback, VG, 1/3000 copies, Three unpublished addresses of Daniel Drake M.D. to medical students at Transylvania University, Cincinnati, ohio and the Louisville Medical Institute, . Trade Paperback. Very Good.

$15.00

WIDE NEIGHBORHOODS : A Story of the Frontier Nursing Service

By Breckinridge, Mary

Harper & Bros., 1956. 366pp. Black cloth hardback, DJ has chips and tears along edges, slight waterstain on back, signed by author on front end page, owner name on front end page, Sixth Printing, History of the Frontier Nursing Service, . Signed by Author. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good+.

$15.00

SOCIAL DIAGNOSIS

By Richmond, Mary E.

Russell Sage, 1923. 511pp. Green clothhardback, light rubbing and wear at corner and spine tips, front end page missing, owner nameplate on inside front cover, Eighth Printing, front hinge slightly cracked yet still strong, pencil marks in table of contents, index, bibliography, footnotes, appendices, Social diagnosis, . Hard Cover. Good+.

$25.00

NIGHT NURSE

By Macy, Dora (Grace Perkins Oursler)

Brentano's, 1930. 282pp. Green cloth hardback, light rubbing at spine and corner tips, no DJ, Fifth Printing, owner name on inside front cover, Night nurse, a romantic novel, . Hard Cover. Good+/No Jacket.

$35.00

NOAH SMERNOFF : A Life in Medicine

By King, R.T. (editor)

Oral History Program University of Nevada , 1990. 132pp. Green cloth hardback, no DJ, VG, signed by Noah Smernoff under his photo, index, Biography of Noah Smernoff, his life in medicine, . Signed. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$9.00

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