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Alcohol abuse in antebellum Philadelphia (article)

Matthew Warner Osborn, "A Detestable Shrine: Alcohol Abuse in Antebellum Philadelphia," Journal of the Early Republic 29/1 (2009): 101-190.  Osborn also wrote a Roy Porter Memorial Essay, "Diseased Imaginations: Constructing Delerium Tremens in Philadelphia, 1813-1832,"Social History of Medicine 19/2 (August, 2006): 191-208.

Posted by David Fahey on November 24, 2009 at 06:13 PM in Alcoholism, United States | Permalink