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 Arthur Conan Doyle.  New window
 Just as Andrew Jackson Davis was called the "John the Baptist" of Modern Spiritualism, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was called the "St. Paul" of Spiritualism. He was a prolific writer on the subject and an avid proponent. And, of course, he is renowned for his Sherlock Holmes stories.
 Beyond the Grave  New window
 A brief history of spirit photography sponsored by the American Philosophical Society Library.
 Ephemera  New window
 Primary sources for the historical study of 19th century American Spiritualism.
 In Search of the Fur Bat  New window
 Village Voice article on Thomas Welton Stanford (as in Stanford University) and the history of psychical research.
 Joseph Rodes Buchanan.  New window
 an American scientist, Faculty Dean and Professor in the Eclectic Medical Institute, in Covington, Kentucky, and research pioneer in psychometry. It was Joseph Buchanan who, in 1842, coined the term "psychometry" as meaning the "measuring of the soul."
 Judge John Worth Edmonds.  New window
 one of the most influential early American Spiritualists. After a great public career, as a member of both branches of the New York State Legislature and, for some time, President of the Senate and Judge of the Supreme Court of New York, he resigned the latter position on account of the outcry raised against his Spiritualistic beliefs and, especially, his support of the Fox sisters.
 Phrenology, Mesmerism, and Spiritualism  New window
 Victorian England's fascination with pseudo-sciences such as phrenology, mesmerism, and spiritualism as a cultural phenomena. By Paul Roach.
 Sir Oliver Lodge.  New window
 a world-renouned physicist and a fearless champion of survival. One could not really call him a proponent of the Spiritualist Movement, but he was, surely, an avid believer in Spiritualist concepts.
 Spiritualism - The Hydesville Events.  New window
 A brief historical perspective on the founding of the movement known as Modern Spiritualism, presented by the First Spiritual Temple, Brookline, Massachusetts.
 Spiritualism from Anomalies  New window
 Historical overview.

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