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Primary sources for the historical study of 19th century American Spiritualism.
Phrenology, Mesmerism, and Spiritualism
Victorian England's fascination with pseudo-sciences such as phrenology, mesmerism, and spiritualism as a cultural phenomena. By Paul Roach.
Spiritualism from Anomalies
Beyond the Grave
A brief history of spirit photography sponsored by the American Philosophical Society Library.
In Search of the Fur Bat
Village Voice article on spiritualist Thomas Welton Stanford (as in Stanford University) and the history of psychical research.
American Spiritualism and German Sectarianism: A Comparative Study of the Societal Construction of G
in issue 28 of the Bulletin of the German Historical Institute
Religious Movements Homepage: Spiritualism
This Spiritualism Page is your gateway to accessing comprehensive web based as well as print resources about Spiritualism. It includes a profile of Spiritualism, comprehensive links with abstracts and a print bibliography.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels about occultism
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels on Spiritualism and Theosophy (Blavatsky and Besant).
A Willing Suspension of Disbelief: Victorian Reactions to the Spiritualist Phenomena
Article by Candace Gregory in Loyola University's Student Historical Journal.
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