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Index to Articles

Cumulative Index: 1981-2019

 

+ADVERTISING AS TOPIC

Chimes M. The ‘Palmergram’ and B.J.’s goodwill ambassadors, a personal memoir. 1998;18(1):15-16.

Gilman C. Epigramania revisited. 1996;16(2):81-82.

Gromala T. Broadsides, epigrams and testimonials: the evolution of chiropractic advertising. 1984;4:40-45.

Hug PR. Maturity in the chiropractic media from advertising to public education. 2011;31(2):10-19.

Johnson CD, Green BN. Advertising in chiropractic, 1939-1944: an introspective look at the early years of the Chirogram. 1996;16(2):51-56.

Villaneuva-Russell Y. Early advertising and practice building in chiropractic: 1920-1950. 2006;26(2):35-47.

Willis JC. Early educational tracts helped to build chiropractic. 1999;19(2):16-18.

 

+AFRICAN CONTINENTAL ANCESTRY GROUP

Gibbons RW, Wiese GC. Fred Rubel: the first black chiropractor? 1991;l l (1):8-9.

Tutashinda K. African Americans, chiropractic and social change, 1895-1941. 1995;15(2):115-117.

Westbrooks B. Troubled legacy of Harvey Lillard: the black experience in chiropractic. 1982;2:46-53.

Wiese G. Beyond Jim Crow experience: blacks in chiropractic education. 1994;14(1):14-20.

 

+ALLIED HEALTH PERSONNEL

Bhatti J, Callender A. Grown up girls: a history of chiropractic assistants. 2015;35(2):40-50.

 

+ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE

Bovine, G. The Bohemian thrust: Frank Dvorsky, the Bohemian “napravit” bonesetter. 2011;31(1):39-46.

Bovine G. John Atkinson (1854-1904), the English bonesetter of Park Lane: his visit to America, bonesetting techniques, and the Atkinson connection to chiropractic. 2013;33(1):52-64.

Cottam C, Smith EM. Roots of cranial manipulation: Nephi Cottam and 'craniopathy.' 1981;1:30-35.

Green, BN. Gloom or boom for chiropractic in its second century? A comparison of the demise of alternative healing professions. 1994;14(2):23.

 

++NAPRAPATHY (non-MeSH)

Beideman RP. Oakley Smith's schism of 1908: the rise and decline of naprapathy. 1994;14(2):45.

Bovine G. Dr. Daisy Challiss Faust (1868-1939-43?): chiropractor, naprapath, artist. 2016;36(1):8-15.

Zarbuck MV. A profession for 'Bohemian chiropractic': Oakley Smith and the evolution of naprapathy. 1986;6:76-82.

 

++NATUROPATHY (NON-MeSH)

Smith B. Carl Schultz, M.D., D.O., D.C., L.L.B., 1849-1935. 2001;21(2):77-100.

 

+AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

Cooper GS. The attitude of organized medicine toward chiropractic: a sociohistorical perspective. 1985;5:19-25.

Gibbons RW. The stream from the fountainhead: a 1920 report by AMA's Council on Medical Education. 1993;13(1):8-9.

Lawrence DJ. Wilk v American Medical Association, 895 F.2d 352 (7th Cir. 1990): the battle is not yet won. 2010; 30(2):41-47.

Mirtz TA. Organized medicine in Kansas: tracing medicine’s development and attitude toward irregular practices and indirect role in public science education. 2001;21(2):37-61.

 

+AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION

Vear HJ. The anatomy of a policy reversal: the APHA and chiropractic. 1969 to 1983. 1987;7(2):17-22.

 

+ANTECEDENTS

Anderson RT. On doctors and bonesetters in the 16th and 17th centuries. 1983;3:10-15.

Beck BL. Magnetic healing, spiritualism and chiropractic: Palmer’s union of methodologies, 1886-1895. 1991;11(2):10-16.

Bovine G. From the Greek exarthrema, pararthrema, to the Latin luxatio, subluxatio: origins and early definitions of the word ‘subluxation.’ 2019;38(1):12-19.

Bovine G. Hippocrates’ manual manipulation of the spine: high velocity thrust or pressure technique? 2015;35(2):80-89.

Bovine G. Hippocrates’ manual manipulation of the spine revisited. 2019(2):11-18.

Bovine G. John Evans Riadore, MD, MRCSE and LSA 1818 FLS, FRCS (Sen) 1852; Irritation of the spinal nerves. 2012;32(1):49-57.

Bovine G. The Nicetas Codex manuscript: Hippocratic 10th century writing in the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana. 2018;(38)2:14-18.

Bovine G. William Jasper Atkinson, M.D. (1842-1898): chiropractic and the Atkinson connection revealed. 2017;37(1):17-26.

Foley J. Dr. Atkinson . . . found? 2018;38(1):7-10.

Foley J, Faulkner T, Zins S. Abba Lord: D.D. Palmer’s first wife and a powerful influence on his future. 2017; 37(1):7-15.

Gaucher-Peslherbe PL. Defining the debate: exploration of the factors that influenced chiropractic's founder. 1988;8(1):14-18.

Jacelone P. The ancient philosophic roots of chiropractic in literature. 1989;9(2):44-49.

Jolliot C. Chiropractic and vitalism: a strange conceptual encounter. 2005;25(2):49-54.

McDowall D. Before chiropractors and osteopaths did anything, an English physician did it all: a comparative review of Edward Harrison’s tome. 2007;27(2):79-86.

McDowall D, Chaseling M, Emmanel E, Grace S. Daniel David Palmer, the father of chiropractic: his heritage revisited. 2019;39(1):25-40.

Mirtz TA. Biomedicine throughout history and the development of science as it relates to manipulative therapeutics. 2003;23(2):59-67.

Moore JS. Prelude to chiropractic: doctor books, anodynes, and back pain in nineteenth-century America. 2009;29(2):45-60.

Smith BA. Divinely inspired? An interesting event in 1672. 2008;28(1):55-57.

Terret AJ. The search for the subluxation: an investigation of medical literature to 1895. 1987; 7(1):28-33.

Victory KS. Spinal manipulation in the 11th century Middle East. 1993;13(1):12-13.

Wardwell WI. Before the Palmers: an overview of chiropractic’s antecedents. 1987;7(2):26-33.

 

+ARCHITECTURE

Foley TD. Davenport’s Ryan Building, birthplace of chiropractic: an architectural and historical examination. 2017;37(2):7-11.

 

+ARCHIVES

Keating JC Jr, Davison RD. A synopsis of the contents of the Texas Chiropractic College Library Special Collection. 1997;17(1):37-40.

Wiese G. From recordgraph to electronic files: preservation of chiropractic’s audio recordings at Palmer College of Chiropractic. 2009;29(1):17-33.

Wiese G. Three oldest chiropractic diplomas. 1999;19(1):21-22.

Wiese G, Irvine K, Thomas M. A survey of chiropractic college archives in the United States and Canada. 1990;10(1):12-17.

Wiese G, Lykins MR. A bibliography of the Palmer Green Books in print. 1906-1985. 1986;6:64-74.

 

+ASSOCIATION FOR THE HISTORY OF CHIROPRACTIC

Callender AK. Remembering our own. 2008;28(2):71-79.

Editor. 19th annual conference of the Association for the History of Chiropractic. 1999;19(1)14-15.

Editor. AHC/Davenport: making history at the Centennial. 1995:15(2):5.

Editor. AHC: the first fifteen. 1995;15(2):6.

Herrity R. 2002 annual conference held at Western States Chiropractic College. 2002;22(1):21-22.

Herrity R. The twenty-fourth annual conference of the Association for the History of Chiropractic. 2004;24(2):9-11.  

Herrity R, Hynes RJR. The Association for the History of Chiropractic 28th annual conference. 2008;28(2):99-100.

Herrity R, Hynes RJR. 23rd Conference on Chiropractic History held in New Orleans. 2003;23(1):7-8.

Hynes RA. The Association for the History of Chiropractic’ 34th annual conference. 2014;34(2):73-74.

Hynes RA. The thirty-fifth annual conference of the Association for the History of Chiropractic. 2015;35(2):91-92.

Hynes RJR. The thirty-ninth annual conference of the Association for the History of Chiropractic. 2019;39(2):83-85.

Johnson C. The Association for the History of Chiropractic celebrates 25 years: 1980 to 2005. 2005;25(2):13-15.

Johnson CD, Green BN. 21st Conference on Chiropractic History held at Palmer West. 2001;21(1):11-18.

Keating JC Jr. The AHC in Phoenix. 2005:25(1):10.

Willis JC. Notes from the editor. 2007;27(2):3-7

 

+ASSOCIATION FOR HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Willis JC. Chiropractic panel at the 1995 Conference of the Association for the History of Medicine. 1995;15(1):7.

 

+BIOGRAPHIES

++Anderson, Appa

Young KJ. Appa Anderson, D.C., N.D., D.A.C.B.R.; the first female chiropractic radiologist. 2003;23(1):33-39.

++Anderson, George Emmet

Gayman PG, DiLeo PS. Pacific States Chiropractic College: the legacy of George Emmet Anderson, D.C. 1998;18(1):69-76.

++Anderson, John Gordon (1916-

Keating JC Jr, Siordia L.  Dr. John Gordon Anderson, Grand old man of chiropractic education 2005;25(1):23-34.

++Arnold, Alma (1871-1938)

Gibbons RW. The search for Alma Arnold: chiropractic’s forgotten woman pioneer. 1903-1938. 1996;16(2):17-27.

++Ashworth, Sylva A. (1874-1958)

Keating JC Jr, Cleveland CS. Sylva A. Ashworth, D.C., the Grand Old Lady of Chiropractic. 1992;12(2):14-23.

Plamondon RL. The 'Grand Old Lady' continued, letter to the editor. 1993;13(1):7.

++Ashworth-Cleveland, Ruth Rose

Nash J. Ruth Rose Ashworth-Cleveland: a pioneer's journey as seen through personal letters. 1999;19(1):33-44.

++Auerbach, Gary

Callender AK. “With no funding . . .”: the story of Gary Auerbach, D.C., and the founding of the World Federation of Chiropractic. 2010; 30(2):25-30.

++Barge, Fredrick H. E.

Harris SL, Tuttle C, Wisdo J, Lee K. Fredrick H.E. Barge, D.C., Ph.C., F.I.C.A., S.C.S., L.S.A.: chiropractic’s articulate crusader. 2003;23(2):17-18.

Jeating JC Jr. Fred. 2003;23(2):7-15.

++Beideman, Ronald P.

Editor. Ronald P. Beideman:1926-2002. 2002;22(1):19.

++Berton family

Editor. 2006;26(1):9-11.

++Bowie, Robert Contee

Dodge HH. Letter to the editor. 1996:16(2):4-5.

Willis JR. Robert Contee Bowie: The 1989 recipient of the Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award. 1989;9(2):58-60.

++Boyle, Frederick

Weiss RL. Citizen, veteran, chiropractor: the life of Frederick Boyle. 2014;34(2):66-72.

++Brown, Martin P. M.D., D.C.

Brown MD. Overlooked! Back on record, Martin P. Brown, M.D., D.C. 2004;24(2):27-34.

++Budden, W.A.

Gatterman MI. W.A. Budden: the transition through proprietary education. 1924-1954. 1982;2:21-15.

++Butters, O.P.

Waters T, Wolfe JB. Psychiropathy: the first ever legislation to authorize chiropractic practice, its author and his influence on B.J. Palmer and S.M. Langworthy. 2019;39(1):14-20.

++Cale, Charles Augustus

Smith BA. Charles Augustus Cale, N.D., D.C. Ph.C., M.C. 1870-1938: the educator from Indiana 2005;25(1):79-108.

Smith BA. No stone unturned. 2005;25(1):109-110.

Smith BA. Follow-up on Dr. Charles Cale’s grave and Brian Smith’s article. 2005;25(2):11-12.

++Carver, Willard

Jackson RB. Willard Carver, LL.B., D.C., 1866-1943: Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief, prisoner and more. 1994;14(2):13.

++Caster, Paul

Jackson RB. The chiropractic heritage of Paul Caster, magnetic healer. 1996;16(2):57-65.

++Chance, Mary Ann

Ebrall P. In memoriam: Mary Ann Chance, D.C., F.I.C.C., F.A.C.C., October 1937-June 2008. 2008;28(1):13-16.

++Cleveland, Millie

Nash J. Dr. Millie Cleveland: chiropractic achiever. 1998;18(1):47-51.

++Coggins, William N.

Fay LE. Seventh annual honorary membership of the A.H.C., the Lee‑Homewood Award to William N. Coggins, D.C., LL.D. 1987;7(1):42-43.

++Cooley, C. Sterling

Keating JC Jr, Foderaro F. C. Sterling Cooley, D.C., F.I.C.C.: politician, innate fundamentalist and Palmer historian. 1999;19(1):75-95.

++Cottam, Nephi

Cottam C, Smith EM. Roots of cranial manipulation: Nephi Cottam and 'craniopathy.' 1981;1:30-35.

++Coxon, Victor

Hart JF. Victor Coxon, member, B.J.'s Black Tie Club at Palmer. 1936-1941. 1998;18(2):25-31.

++ Cronk, Edith Margaret Stoke

Cronk P, Callender A. Edith Margaret Stoke Cronk, D.C. 2018;39(1):80-86.

++Davis, Andrew Paxton

Gibbons RW. Joy Loban and Andrew P. Davis: itinerant healers and schoolmen. 1910-1923. 1991;11(1):22-28.

++De Jarnette, Major Bertrand

Heese N. Major Bertrand De Jamette: six decades of sacro occipital research. 1924-1964. 1991;11(1):12-15.

++DeFinney, John P.

Brown DM. John P. DeFinney, D.C.: running to win for chiropractic. 2013;33(2):7-18.

++Devore, W.W.

Devore JW. W.W. DeVore, D.C., 1920-1998, chiropractic research pioneer and advocate. 2001;21(1):71-78.

++Dintefass, Julius

Willis JC.  Funerals and the chiropractic family: Julius Dintenfass, D.C.; Conrad Matz, Jr., D.C.; and John I. Fleet, Sr., D.C. 1997;17(2):22-24.

++Douglas, Adelbert

Storozuk AN. Dr. Adelbert C. Douglass; a great healer, a small town physician, one of the early chiropractors: an oral history. 1999;19(2):21-26.

++Elliott, Frank W.

Callender A. Cousin Frank and the halcyon days of the PSC. 2018;38(2):23-41.

++Faust, Daisy Challiss

Bovine G. Dr. Daisy Challiss Faust (1868-1939-43?): chiropractor, naprapath, artist. 2016;36(1):8-15.

++Fishbein, Morris

Donahue JH. Morris Fishbein, M.D.: the 'Medical Mussolini' and chiropractic. 1996;16(1):39-49.

Willis JC. Morris Fishbein: he could still laugh. 2008;28(2):25-26.

++Fleet, John I.

Willis JC.  Funerals and the chiropractic family: Julius Dintenfass, D.C.; Conrad Matz, Jr., D.C. and John I. Fleet, Sr., D.C. 1997;17(2):22-24.

++Fleet, Thurman

Keating JC Jr, Fleet GT. Thurman Fleet, D.C. and the early years of the Concept Therapy Institute. 1997;17(1):57-65.

++Fuhr, Arlan W.

Coloma J, Green B. Warren C. Lee, D.C. and Arlan W. Fuhr, D.C., developers of Activator Methods chiropractic technique. 2002;22(2):45-46.

++Gaucher-Peslherbe, Pierre-Louis

Gibbons RW. Pierre Louis Gaucher-Peslherbe, 1943-1996. 1996;16(1):20-22.

++Giammarino, Michael

Young KJ. Michael A. Giammarino, D.C., D.A.C.B.R.: student, teacher, leader. 1998;18(2):33-38.

++Gibbons, Russell W.

Gibbons RW. Acceptance of the Lee-Homewood Award – remarks. 2004;24(2):17-18.

Troyanovich SJ. A moment of silence for Russell W. Gibbons, B.A., F.I.C.A., D.C. (hc), Litt.D. (hc), and alphabetic listing of Russell W. Gibbons’ Chiropractic History articles. 2010;30(2):11-14.

Willis JC. Presentation of the 2004 Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award to Russell W. Gibbons, Mexico City, 22 May 2004. 2004;24(2):13-14.

++Gillet Family

Gillet J. A brief history of the Gillet family: three generations of chiropractors in Belgium. 1999;19(1):17-19.

Gillet J. History of chiropractic in Belgium: a personal narrative. 2007;27(1):43-55.

Wiese G. The Gillet family: Belgian chiropractic pioneers. 2004:24(2):55-58.

++Golden, Lorraine M.

Barnes T. Lorraine M. Golden, D.C., 1998 Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award recipient. 1998;18(1):67-68.

Vallone SA, Barnes TA, Whittman R, Wendelgast L. Dr. Lorraine M. Golden – leading an eloquent life at Kentuckiana Children’s Center. 2007:27(2):21-33.

++Greenall, C.D.

Smith BA. C.D. Greenall, D.C. and the 1907 California Medical Practice Act. 1998;18(2):53-61.

Smith BA. The early years of chiropractic in California: the People v. C.D. Greenall. 1997;17(2):29-35.

++Greenawalt, Monte

Keating JC Jr. From the ground up: Monte Greenawalt and the early growth of the Foot Levelers’ tradition. 2002;22(1):79-91.

++Hagen, Beatrice B.

Keating JC Jr, Montgomery DP. Beatrice B. Hagen: the lady in charge. 2008;28(1):73-81.

++Haldeman, Almeda

Haldeman S. Almeda Haldeman, Canada's first chiropractor: pioneering the prairie provinces. 1907-1917. 1983;3:64-67.

++Harper, William David

Russell JM. Anything can cause anything: a belated tribute to a chiropractic icon – William David Harper, D.C., M.S., F.I.C.C. 2008;28(1):49-54.

++Haynes, George

Keating JC Jr, Siordia, L.  George Haynes and the quest for a higher standard. 2002;22(1):23-44.

++Helsley, Harold

Smoot R. Dr. Harold Helsley: An oral history. 2003;23(2):37-44.

++Hidde, Orval L.

Keating JC Jr, Winterstein JJF, Siordia L. Orval L. Hidde, D.C., J.D., F.I.C.C.: profession builder. 2006;26(2):15-34.

++Higley, Henry G.

Keating JC Jr, Siordia L, Green B. Henry G. Higley: pioneer chiropractic scientist. 2004;24(1):35-60.

++Holmberg, William

Hynes RA. A tribute to William Holmberg, D.C. 2013:33(1):7-8.

++Homewood, Albert Earl

Armstrong A, Duryea A. Albert Earl Homewood: educator, scholar, innovator. 2003;23(1):39-41.

Lee HK. Secondary honorary membership: Albert Earl Homewood, D.C. 1982;(2):66-68.

++Howe, Joseph W.

Taylor JAM, Yochum TR. Joseph W. Howe: a pioneer in the evolution of chiropractic radiology. 1993;13(1):33-40.

Young KJ. Joseph W. Howe, D.C., D.A.C.B.R. and the development of modern chiropractic radiology. 1999;19(2):27-47.

++Hubbard, Elbert

Wiese G. With head, heart and hands: Elbert Hubbard’s impact on B.J. Palmer. 2003;23(2):27-35.

++Illi, Fred

Baker WJ. A clinical reformation in chiropractic: the research of Dr. Fred Illi. 1985;5:59-62.

Gaucher-Peslherbe PL. The making of a European chiropractor in the 20’s: Fred Illi and the Universal Chiropractic College in Pittsburgh, PA, 1925-1927. 1996;16(1):24-28.

++Jackson, Robert B.

Dean MS. Requiem for a Renaissance man: Robert B. Jackson. 2008;28(1):17-18.

++Janse, Joseph

Editor. Joseph Janse, D.C., 1909-1985: academic integrity, a sense of history. 1986;6:5.

Fay LE. Third honorary award: Joseph Janse. D.C., Sc.D. 1983;3:80-82.

Phillips R, Janse J. Joseph Janse: The formative years of a chiropractic educator, 1897-1920. 1988;8(2):10-17.

++Johnson, J. Bridgens

Hultgren G. Dr. J. Bridgens Johnson, pioneer chiropractor in South America. 2004;24(1):61-65.

++Johnston, Charles Robinson

Rehm WS. The man who made Peekskill famous: Dr. C.R. Johnston, first blind chiropractor. 1998;18(2):81-92.

++Keating, Joseph C., Jr.

Green BN. In memoriam: Joseph C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D., Litt.D. 1950-2007. 2007;27(2):19-20.

++Kennedy Family

Brown DM. The Kennedy clan of inquisitive chiropractors:1911-2010. 2011;31(1):19-34.

Kennedy AOH. First-person reminiscences, Logan College of Chiropractic. 2009;29(2):61-63.

++Kimmel, Edwin H.

Keating JC Jr.   Edwin H. Kimmel, D.C., D.A.B.C.O., F.I.C.C., F.A.C.C.: politician, scholar, teacher. 2003;23(1):43-73.

++Kjellveerg, Ernst

Rock BA. Ernst Kjellveerg: his influence on chiropractic in Queensland, Australia. 1989;9(1):10-14.

++Kolar, Francis

Gibbons RW. Francis Kolar and chromotherapy. 1991;11(1):10-11.

++Lake, Thomas T.

Gibbons RW. Thomas T. Lake and Endo-Nasal Therapeutics: pioneer medical-drugless ecumenism, 1938-1950. 2005;25(1):113-124.

++Langworthy, Solon Massey

Gibbons RW. Solon Massey Langworthy: keeper of the flame during the lost years of chiropractic. 1981;1:15.

Gibbons RW. A Langworthy sequel with B.J., c 1930. 2003;22(1):23-24.

Gibbons RW. Filling in the dates: completing the lives of two of chiropractic’s early pioneers. 2003;23(1):19-20.

Gibbons RW. Tale of the wandering tombstone: from Dubuque to Davenport. 2003;23(1):22-26.

Troyanovich SJ. Finding Langworthy: the final chapter of a personal quest. 2008;28(2):7-11.

Troyanovich SJ. Notes from the editor. 2014;34(2):6.

Troyanovich SJ, Gibbons RW. Finding Langworthy: the last years of a chiropractic pioneer. 2003;23(1):9-17.

Troyanovich SJ, Coleman RR. Origins of the use of mechanical traction for reduction of the chiropractic subluxation. 2004;24(2):35-44.

++Lee, Herbert K.

Brown DM. CMCC’s Board of Governors: its commitment to increase revenues from non-tuition sources, 1981-2011. 2012;32(2):35-48.

Callender AK. A moment of silence for Herbert K. Lee, DC., b. 1910 – d. 2012. 2013;32(2):7.

++Lee, Lyndon Edmund

Editor. Lyndon Edmund Lee, D.C., 1887-1983. 1983;3:7.

Rehm WS. In tribute to a living pioneer: Dr. Lyndon Edmund Lee. 1981;1:46-50.

++Lee, Warren C.

Coloma J, Green B. Warren C. Lee, D.C. and Arlan W. Fuhr, D.C., developers of Activator Methods chiropractic technique. 2002;22(2):45-46.

++Lensgraf Family

Lensgraf AG. The Lensgraf chiropractors: three generations of practitioners. 1990;10(2):12-15.

++Leffman, Egon

Rehm WS. Dr. Egon Leffman: a fine teacher and a charming man. 1997;17(2):13.

++Leventhal, Bernard

Leventhal WS. The struggle for unity, survival and public confidence in the California Chiropractic Association, 1959-1962: An appreciation of the leadership of North Hollywood’s Dr. Bernard Leventhal, D.C. 2005;25(1):15-22.

++Lewis, Kenneth S.

Brown DM. Kenneth S. Lewis, DC: an industrious and resourceful CMCC pioneer. 2015;35(1):59-70.

++Ligeros, Kleanthis A.

Ktenas SD, Callender AK. Kleanthis A. Ligeros: the pioneer of modern chiropractic in Greece. 2015;35(1):23-31.

++Lillard, Harvey

Editor. A historical connection. 1983;3:7.

Foley J, Mirasol J. Valdeenia “Lillard” Simons: revealing the ruse and evaluating her impact on the persona of Harvey Lillard. 2017;27(2):54-70.

Troyanovich S, Troyanovich J. Reflections on the birth date of chiropractic. 2013;33(2):20-32.

Tor JV, Foley J. T4 vs C2: examining the conflicting statements of D.D. Palmer and B.J. Palmer regarding the Harvey Lillard adjustment. 2015;35(2):68-79.

Weiss LD. William Harvey Lillard: the life and story of the first. 2014;34(2):42-48.

Westbrooks B. Troubled legacy of Harvey Lillard: the black experience in chiropractic. 1982;2:46-53.

++Loban, Joy

Gibbons RW. Filling in the dates: completing the lives of two of chiropractic’s early pioneers. 2003;23(1):19-20

Gibbons RW. Joy Loban and Andrew P. Davis: itinerant healers and schoolmen. 1910-1923. 1991;11(1):22-28.

++Logan, Hugh Benedict

Parry A. Hugh Benedict (H.B.) Logan, D.C. The early years. 2002;22(2):19-23.

++Logan, Vinton

Montgomery DP, Keating JC Jr. Logan Basic College in the era of Vinton Logan. 2006;26(2):55-70.

++Lundh, Arthur Emanual

Myhrvold K. Arthur Emanual Lundh, Norway’s first chiropractor -- the years between the wars. 1997;17(2):37-48.

++Lynch, Edward W.

Hynes RJR, Faulkner TJ. Dr. Edward W. Lynch (1858-1926): chiropractic linchpin of Minnesota. 2019;39(2):70-82.

++Matz, Conrad Jr.

Willis JC.  Funerals and the chiropractic family: Julius Dintenfass, D.C.; Conrad Matz, Jr., D.C. and John I. Fleet, Sr., D.C. 1997;17(2):22-24.

++McGinnis, James L.

Keating JC Jr. James L. McGinnis, D.C., N.D., C.P. (1873-1947): spinographer, educator, marketer and bloodless surgeon. 1998;18(2):63-79.

++Mennell, John

Gibbons RW. John Mennell, orthopedist and bridge to chiropractic. 1992;12(1):7.

++Morikubo, Shegetaro

Senzon SA, Myers SP. The Morikubo trial: content analysis of a landmark chiropractic legal case. 2019;39(1):42-116.

Wolfe JB. Fleshing out a footnote: Dr. Shegetaro Morikubo’s life in American before and after the famous 1907 LaCrosse trial. 2014;34(2):8-23.

++Mork, Esther and Arthur

Callender A. Esther and Arthur Mork: a chiropractic love story. 1993;13(2):14-22.

++Morris, Thomas

Troyanovich SJ, Keating JC. Wisconsin versus chiropractic: the trials at LaCrosse and the birth of a chiropractic champion. 2005;25(1):37-48.

++Myhrvold, Kyrre.

Young KJ. Kyrre Myhrvold, Norwegian chiropractic leader and historian, dead at 57. 2004;24(2):19.

++Napolitano, Ernest G.

AHC’s third president: Ernest G. Napolitano. 1911-1985. 1985;5:5.

Keating JC Jr. Then and now; reflections from a chiropractic college president. 2008;28(1):69-71.

++Nickson, Violet Marie

Editor. Logan archives look back. 1983;3:4.

Parry A, Jeffery CF. Violet “Vi” Marie Nickson, D.C. 2002;22(1):9-17.

++Nilsson, Arthur V.

Gruber B. Anatomist, scholar and gentleman: Arthur V. Nilsson -- a legend in his own time. 1984;4:30-38.

++Nimmo, Raymont L.

Chandler BJ. Raymond L. Nimmo, D.C.; developer of the Receptor-Tonus technique and innovator of chiropractic. 2011;31(2):43-47.

++Norville, Louis Alfred Jr.

Leach RA. Despite friendly fire: opposition to chiropractic in the Magnolia State. 2015;35(1):7-21.

++Nugent, John J.

Gibbons RW. Chiropractic's Abraham Flexner: the lonely journey of John J. Nugent, 1935‑1963. 1985;544-51.

++O’Dell, Clair

Hynes RJR. Clair O’Dell, D.C., Ph.C., F.I.C.A., F.A.C.A. 2004;24(2):59-66.

Hynes RJR. The most beautiful spines in America: the history of the Posture Queens. 2002;22(2):65-71.

++Otterholt, Henry

Peters RE. Chiropractic in New Zealand: 1914: the first Palmer graduate arrives. 2015 35(2):7-18.

++Padgett, Kenneth W.

Holmberg WF. Dr. Kenneth W. Padgett, Lee-Homewood Award, Association for the History of Chiropractic. 2003;23(1):27-28.

++Painter, Erle (Doc)

Rehm WS. Doc Painter and the mighty New York Yankees. 1992;12(1):10.

++Palmer, Abba Lord

Foley J, Faulkner T, Zins S. Abba Lord: D.D. Palmer’s first wife and a powerful influence on his future. 2017; 37(1):7-15.

++Palmer, Agnes Mae High

Willis JC. Agnes Mae High Palmer. 1913-1998. 1998;18(1):20.

++Palmer, Bartlett Joshua (B.J.)

Barge FH. The famous surgeon’s wife and notes on the origins of the Hole in One technique. 2003;23(2):19-22.

Callender AK. B.J. Palmer, the Universal Chiropractic Association, and civil disobedience. 2004;24(2):75-80.

Chimes M. The ‘Palmergram’ and B.J.’s goodwill ambassadors, a personal memoir. 1998;18(1):15-16.

Gibbons RW. Assessing the oracle at the Fountainhead: B.J. Palmer and his times. 1902-1961. 1987;7(1):8-14.

Gibbons RW. B.J. in 1906: predictions and personal reflections. 1994;14(1):10-12.

Gibbons RW. With malice aforethought: B.J.’s 1914 defense. 1992;12(2):12.

Gibbons RW. With malice aforethought; revisiting the B.J. Palmer patricide controversy. 1994;14(1):28-34.

Gibbons RW. The witnesses in Davenport: was Brady and Third chiropractic's Dealey Plaza in August 1913? 1992;12(2):10-12.

Hart JF. Victor Coxon, member, B.J. 's Black Tie Club at Palmer, 1936-1941. 1998;18(2):25-31.

Holmberg WF, Callender AK. B.J. of Manistique, the summer of 1901. 2003;23(2):49-57.

Hynes RJR. Selected shorts and chiropractic tall tales. 2006;26(2):49-53.

Hynes RJR, Callender AK. The Sauchelli affair: a bit of ballyhoo. 2013;33(1):29-47.

Linhart G. Selling the 'Big Idea': B.J. Palmer ushers in the Golden Age, 1906-1920.1988;8(2):24-28.

Moore JS. 'As ever, B.J.': The Palmer-Stoke correspondence of 1926-1952. 1995;15(1):13-21.

Quigley WH. Bartlett Joshua Palmer: toward an understanding of the man. 1995;15(2):30-35.

Quigley WH. The last days of B.J. Palmer: revolutionary confronts reality. 1998;9(2):10-19.

Wayne M, Troyanovich J, Troyanovich S. B.J.’s beach house: the B.J. Palmer historic home in Sarasota, Florida. 2012;32(2):9-19.

Weiant CW. B.J. Palmer and the German issue: the crisis in postwar European chiropractic. 1982;2:40-45.

Wiese G. With head, heart and hands: Elbert Hubbard’s impact on B.J. Palmer. 2003;23(2):27-35.

++Palmer, Daniel David

Brantingham JW. Still and Palmer: the impact of the first osteopath and the first chiropractor. 1986;6(1);18-22.

Brantingham JW, Snyder WR. Old Dad Chiro and extravertebral manipulation. 1992;12(2):8-9.

Donahue JH. D.D. Palmer and the innate intelligence: development, division and derision. 1986;6:30-36.

Donahue JH. D.D. Palmer and the metaphysical movement in the 19th century.1987;7(1):22-27.

Donahue JH. The man, the book, the lessons: The Chiropractor's Adjuster, 1910. 1990;10(2):34-43.

Foley JM. D.D. Palmer and phrenology. 2011;31(1):49-58.

Foley JM. D.D. Palmer and phrenology, letter to the editor. 2011;31(2):7-9.

Foley JM. The founder of chiropractic consistently kept things secret. 2005;25(2):47-48.

Frigard LT. Clinton, Iowa, circa 1900(?) 'The Old Doctor' vs 'Old Dad Chiro'. 1987;7(2):6-7.

Gaucher-Peslherbe PL. Daniel David Palmer: alchemy in the creation of chiropractic. 1995; 15(2):22-27.

Gaucher-Peslherbe PL. Defining the debate: exploration of the factors that influenced chiropractic's founder. 1988;8(1):14-18.

Gaucher-Peslherbe PL,Wiese G, Donahue J. D.D. Palmer's medical library: he was 'into the literature.' 1995;15(2):63-69.

Gibbons RW. D.D. Palmer: the origins of the Palmer School and the itinerant schoolman, 1897-1913.1998;18(2):39-51.

Gielow V. Daniel David Palmer: rediscovering the frontier years, 1845-1887. 1981;1:10-13.

Gromala T. Bees in his bonnet: D.D. Palmer's students and their early impact. 1986;6:56-62.

Hart JF. Did D.D. Palmer visit A.T. Still in Kirksville? 1997;17(2):49-55.

Keating JC Jr. Old Dad Chiro comes to Portland: rediscovering DD in Oregon. 1908-10. 1993; 13(2):36-44.

Lee HK. Portrait of Port Perry, Ontario, birthplace of the Founder. 1985:5(1):64-68.

McDowall D, Chaseling M, Emmanel E, Grace S. Daniel David Palmer, the father of chiropractic: his heritage revisited. 2019;39(1):25-40.

Siordia L, Keating JC Jr. Laid to uneasy rest: D.D. Palmer. 1913. 1999;19(1):23-31.

Terrett AJ. The genius of D.D. Palmer: an exploration of the origin of chiropractic in his time; 1991;11(1):31-38.

Tutashinda K. D.D. Palmer: a new look at an old visionary. 1995;15(2):103-104.

Tutashinda K. D.D. Palmer and the origin of 'tone': a centennial critique. 1995;15(2):13-14.

Valdivia Tor J. The last ten years of D.D. Palmer, “as I see it.” 2017;17(2):29-51.

Valdivia Tor J, Foley J. T4 vs C2: examining the conflicting statements of D.D. Palmer and B.J. Palmer regarding the Harvey Lillard adjustment. 2015;35(2):68-79.

Waters T. The first teaching of chiropractic – a real riot. 2018;38(2):7-12.

Zarbuck MV, Hayes MB. Following D.D. Palmer to the West Coast: the Pasadena connection, 1902. 1990;10(2):76-82.

Zdrazil GA, Brown MD. A visit to Sweet Home. 1997;17(1):85-91.

++Palmer, Daniel David II (Dave)

Foley JM. A brief glimpse into the early life of Dr. Dave Palmer. 2003;23(1):33-38.

Strang VV. David Daniel Palmer: legacy of the third generation. 1995;15(2):38-41.

++Palmer, Mabel Heath

Ferguson A. The Sweetheart of the PSC -Mabel Heath Palmer: the early years. 1984;4:24-28.

Waters TR. Mabel Palmer on thin ice: a history of chiropractic that almost wasn’t. 2014;34(1):56-63.

++Palmer, Mary Hudler

Weiss RL. Hunting the last wife: an amateur historian on the trail of Mary Hudler, the final spouse of D.D. Palmer. 2013;33(2):57-61.

++Patterson, John W.

Hug PR. Alabama chiropractic supporter and friend: John W. Patterson. 2008;28(1):21-29.

++ Paxson, Minora C.

Faulkner TJ, Foley JM. Minora C. Paxson, C.P.’ the profession’s venerated persona meets the historical facts. 2018;38(1):66-78.

++Payne, Ivan and Alan

Bolton SP, Snyder WR. From Africa to Africa. 1999;19(1):53-59.

++Peters, Rolf E.

Peters RE. Lee-Homeward Award: Acceptance address. 2011;31(1):8-10.

Wiese G. Rolf E. Peters, D.C., MCSc, FICC, FACC, FPAC. Nomination for the Lee-Homewood Award. 2011;31(1):7.

++Poehner, Waldo G.

Young KJ, Keating JC Jr. Waldo G. Poehner, DC, DACBR: a force for progressiveness. 2009:29(1):9-15

++Quigley, William Heath

Chiropractic Journal of Australia. In Memoriam: William Heath Quigley, 2006;26(1):120.

++Ratledge, Tullius Florence

Keating JC Jr, Brown WA, Smallie P. T.F. Ratledge, the missionary of straight chiropractic. 1991;11(2):26-38.

++Reagan, Ronald

Hultgren GM. President Reagan and chiropractic. 2004;24(2):5-6.

++Rehm, William S.

Callender AK. Remembering our own. 2008;28(2):71-79.

Gibbons RW. A moment of silence for Dr. William Rehm. 2002;22(1):5.

Gibbons RW. Reflections on a chiropractic life: Bill Rehm was to his profession as Osler was to medicine. 2002;22(1):6-8.

++Riadore, John Evans

Bovine, G. John Evans Riadore, MD, MRCSE and LSA 1818 FLS, FRCS (Sen) 1852. Irritation of the spinal nerves. 2012;32(1):49-57.

++Robb, Wilson Joseph

Callender AK. Wilson Joseph Robb, D.C., pioneer Kansas chiropractor. 2012:32(2):30-33.

Parker S. Letter to the editor. 2013;33(1):6.

++Rogers, Loran M.

Keating JC Jr.  Roots of the NCMIC: Loran M. Rogers and the National Chiropractic Association, 1930-1946. 2000;20(1):39-55.

++Rubel, Fred

Gibbons RW, Wiese GC. Fred Rubel: the first black chiropractor? 1991;11(1):8-9.

++Russell, James M.

Keating JC Jr.  James M. Russell, D.C., F.I.C.C.: quiet leadership. 2005;25(2):17-33.

++Sabourin, Raymond

Morillas A Jr. Dr. Raymond Sabourin: A personal look at chiropractic’s racing hero. 2002;22(2):9-17.

++Sauchelli, Francesco

Hynes RJR, Callender AK. The Sauchelli affair: a bit of ballyhoo. 2013;33(1):29-47

++Sausser, Warren L.

Young KJ. Warren L. Sausser, D.C.: influence unrecognized. 1997;17(1):75-83.

++Schultz, Carl, 1849-1935

Smith B. Carl Schultz, M.D., D.O., D.C., L.L.B., 1849-1935. 2001;21(2):77-100.

++Sherman, Lyle Wheeler

Hart JF. Remembering Dr. Lyle Wheeler Sherman. 1996;16(2):67-75.

++Shrader, Ted L.

Green BN, Johnson C, Keating JC. Ted L. Shrader, D.C., F.I.C.C., a gentle force for improvement in chiropractic. 1998;18(1):59-66.

++Simons, Valdeenia

Foley J, Mirasol J. Valdeenia “Lillard” Simons: revealing the ruse and evaluating her impact on the persona of Harvey Lillard. 2017;27(2):54-70.

++Smallie, Paul

Escalante BD. Paul Smallie, D.C., H.C.D., a visionary for a united chiropractic profession. 2001;21(2):6-7.

Keating JC Jr. Paul Smallie, D.C., H.C.D., a man of letters. 1992 Lee-Homewood Award. 1992;12(2):44-48.

++Smith, Oakley

Beideman RP.  Oakley Smith’s schism of 1908: the rise and decline of naprapathy. 1994;14(2):45.

Coleman RR, Wolf KH, et al. Does the chiropractic of Modernized Chiropractic still live? 2015;35(2)20-35.

Zarbuck MV. A profession for 'Bohemian chiropractic': Oakley Smith and the evolution of naprapathy. 1986;6:76-82.

++Spears, Leo L.

Rehm WS. Price of dissension: the private wars of Dr. Leo L. Spears, 1921-1956. 1995:15(1):31-37.

++Still, Andrew Taylor

Brantingham JW. Still and Palmer: the impact of the first osteopath and the first chiropractor. 1986;6:18-22.

Hart JF. Did D.D. Palmer visit A.T. Still in Kirksville? 1997;17(2):49-55.

Jackson RB. Andrew Taylor Still, M.D., D.O.: The man, the pioneer, the educator and founder of osteopathy. 2000;20(2):15-24.

Weeks R Jr. Breeding ground for discovery: notes on Still’s Virginia. 2000;20(2):25-26.

Willis JC. Notes from the editor. 2007;27(2):7.

++Storey, Thomas Henry

Smith B. Thomas Henry Storey, D.O., D.C., 1843-1923. 1999;19(2):63-84.

++Taarup, Ann-Liss

Wilson FJH. Ann-Liss Taarup: recipient of the Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award. 2007;27(1):119-120.

++Thaxton, John Q. (1899-1986)

Russell EG. Dr. John Q. Thaxton: the rudder of the ICA ship. 2003;23(1):29-32.

++Turley, Henry Eyring

Young KJ. Henry Eyring Turley: a Texas-sized life. 2008;28(2):93-97.

++Umberger, Mary Ellen

Dean MS, Warner VW. Mary Ellen Umberger, D.C., an oral history. 1998;18(1):27-36.

Pulaski chiropractor helped get field licensed in Virginia. 2004;24(2):53.

++Vear, Herbert J.M.

Callender AK. A moment of silence for Herbert J.M. Vear, D.C., b. 1924 – d. 2012. 2012;32(1):7-8.

Keating JC Jr. Herbert J. Vear, D.C., chiropractic scholar. 1997;17(1):9-12.

++Walker, Scott

Richards, DM. Once more, with feeling: the history of Neuro Emotional Technique. 2012;32(1):34-47.

++Walther, David S.

Cuthbert S, Markha B, Blaich R. David S. Walther, D.C., D.I.B.A.K. Scholar, researcher, politician and teacher. 2013;33(1):10-27.

++Wardwell, Walter

Gibbons RW. Walter Wardwell – the first lay Lee-Homewood award recipient. 1993;13(2):13.

Gibbons RW. Walter Wardwell, Ph.D. (1918-2005); 2005;25(1):11-12.

++Watkins, Claude O.

Keating JC Jr. C.O. Watkins, D.C.: a photo history. 1989;9(2):7-9.

Keating JC Jr. Claude O. Watkins: pioneer advocate for clinical scientific chiropractic. 1987;7(2):11.

++Weiant, Clarence W.

Keating JC Jr. Clarence W. Weiant, D.C., Ph.C., Ph.D.: an early chiropractic scholar. 2000;20(2):49-79.

Keating JC, Davison RD. Weiant in Mexico: A 1912 report. 2004;24(1):29-33.

Wardwell WI. 1984 Lee-Homewood Award: Clarence W. Weiant. 1984;4:62-65.

++Wentz, David Scott

Green BN. In memorial: David Scott Wentz, D.C. 1997;17(1):14,16.

++Werner, William H.

Lombardo DM. William H. Werner and The American Bureau of Chiropractic: organizing a lay constituency. 1990;10(1):24-49.

++Wilk, Chester A.

Troyanovich S. Chester A. Wilk, D.C., 2012 recipient of the Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award. 2012;32(1):5-6.

++Willis, A. Joe.

Tuck NR. “It’s simple but it ain’t easy”; the story of Dr. A. Joe Willis, chiropractor, community leader, entrepreneur; Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award. 2005;25(2):77-79.

++Wilson, Michael Howitt

Wilson FJH. Cooperation is better than confrontation: an interview with Dr. Michael Howitt Wilson. 2017;37(2):13-24.

++Winkler, Kerwin P.

Callender AK. 2010 Lee-Homewood Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Kerwin P. Winkler, D.C., F.I.C.C. 2010;30(2):15-16.

++Wolf, Walter B.

Winkler KP. Dr. Walter B. Wolf – memorial. 2002;22(1):18.

Winkler KP. The 1995 Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award to Walter B. Wolf, D.C. at the Centennial. 1995;15(2):122-123.

Winkler KP. An interview of Dr. Walter B. Wolf. 2008;28(2):45-58.

++Wolfe, John B.

Fay LE. The 1986 Lee‑Homewood Award, John B. Wolfe. 1986;6:84-86.

Hinz DG. Diversified chiropractic: Northwestern College and John B. Wolfe, 1941‑1984. 1987;7(1):34-41.

Wolfe JB Jr. Notes from the editor. 2016;36(2):5-6.

++Zarbuck Family

Callender AK. Zarbuck Chiropractic Clinic – since 1948. 2010;30(1):65-77.

 

+CARTOONS AS TOPIC [MESH]

Buttons and cartoons: chiro popular culture. 1988;8(2):43.

Getting it both ways from the crunch image. 1982;2(1):45.

Gibbons RW. Funny bones and comic culture. 1999;19(2):11.

Just spell it correctly. 1990;10(1):7

Willis JC. Chiropractic cartoons. 1996;16(2):12.

 

+CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION (Non-MeSH)

Auerbach G, Callender A. The faces of the Centennial: a photoessay. 2016;36(1):43-61.

Centennial art: five artists capture the defining moments of chiropractic. 1995;15(1):4-5.

Belair RS. The Chiropractic Centennial historical exhibit: marking ten decades. 1995;15(2):59-62.

Gibbons RW. Palmer College 'Wall of Pioneers'. A centennial tribute to graduates. 1997;17(2):7.

Gibbons RW. Pennsylvania chiropractors commemorate their centennial. 1995;15(2):106-109.

Willis JC. Canadian chiropractic stamps, a multi-celebration. 1995;15(2):105.

 

[CHIROPRACTIC IN] GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS

+AMERICAS

++LATIN AMERICA

Firestone RL. Chiropractic in Latin America. 2001:21(2):17-21.

Firestone RL. Chiropractic in Latin America. 2004;24(1):11-15.

+++MEXICO

Benet-Canut E. Chiropractic in Mexico. 2004;24(1):17-28.

Keating JC, Davison RD. Weiant in Mexico: A 1912 report. 2004;24(1):29-33.

++NORTH AMERICA

+++CANADA

Biggs L. Hands off chiropractic: organized medicine's attempts to restrict chiropractic in Ontario. 1900-1925. 1985;5:10-16.

Haldeman S. Almeda Haldeman, Canada's first chiropractor: pioneering the Prairie Provinces. 1907-1917. 1983;3:64-67.

++++Ontario

Weisberg J. The chiropractic profession in Ontario 1900-2000: a century of milestones advancing identity and self-governance. 2005;25(2):55-67.

+++UNITED STATES

Alloway WJ, Ronkin ME. Social anthropology of chiropractic in Washington, D.C.: Project DC/DC. 1982;2:6-12.

Anderson RA. Chiropractic in American history: the ins and outs of museums. 1982;2:14-19.

Gibbons RW. When it was 'kiro-practic'. 1992;12(2):12.

Hug PR. Chiropractic in Alabama – the beginning years: an historical chronology through 1956. 2009;29(1):35-46.

Hug PR. Chiropractic in Alabama – the formative years. 2008;28(2):27-37.

Hug PR. Chiropractic in Alabama – the growing years: an historical chronology, 1975-1984. 2009;29(2)21-27.

Leach RA. Despite friendly fire: opposition to chiropractic in the Magnolia State. 2015;35(1):7-21.

Lensgraf AG. The establishment and development of chiropractic in Tennessee. 1910-1994. 1995;15(1):41-49.

Walden DM. Rebels among dissenters: a local history of chiropractic in Provo, Utah. 1984;4:54-61.

Walden DM. The limits of medical dominance: pre-World War II chiropractic in Utah. 1988;8(2):32-37.

Wardwell WI. Cutting edge of chiropractic recognition: prosecution and legislation in Massachusetts. 1982;2:54-65.

++SOUTH AMERICA

Hultgren G. Dr. J. Bridgens Johnson, pioneer chiropractor in South America. 2004;24(1):61-65.

+++BOLIVIA

Firestone H. Bolivia – a timeline of its chiropractic history. 2004;24(1):69-73.

+++BRAZIL

McNabb B. The first chiropractic colleges in Brazil. 2004;24(1):75-87.

McNabb B. History of chiropractic in Brazil: building the profession from the ground up in ten years. 2004;24(1):89-97.

+++CHILE

Augilera VH. Letter to the editor. 2004;24(1):7-9.

+++GUATEMALA

Tyggum DP. Letter to the editor. 2004:24(1):7.

+++ECUADOR

Wilson C. Chiropractors in Ecuador: a chronological history.2004;24(1):103-106.

Wilson C. The Ecuadorian Chiropractic Association. 2004;24(1):99-101.

+++HONDURAS

Kniegge, B. Letter to the editor. 2004:24(1):9-10.

+++PANAMA

Willis AJ, Willis JC. An interview with Alfredo Orillac, Jr., D.C., of Panama. 2004;24(1):107-122.

++ASIA

+++Asia, Southeastern

++++Philippines

Willis JC. Dedicated to my countrymen. 2000;20(2):12-13.

 

+OCEANIA

++AUSTRALASIA

Bolton SP. Letter to the editor. 1996;16(2):4.

+++AUSTRALIA

Bolton SP. “Down Under” revisited: a historical review. 2011;31(1):11-17.

Bolton SP. Chiropractic education in Australia: a historical review. 2001;21(1):27-32.

Bolton SP. Getting on top “Down Under”: Australian chiropractic history revisited. 2005;25(2):35-44.

Bolton SP. Making it legal 'Down Under': the struggle for recognition in Australia. 1986;6:11-16.

Chance MA. Exporting chiropractic to the world. 1997:17(1):51-55.

Chance MA, Peters RE. Chiropractic in Australia: the first forty years (1905-1945). 1996;16(1):29-38.

Ebrall P. Letter to the editor. 2005;25(1):9.

Editor. 2005 – Centennial of chiropractic in Australia. 2005;25(1):47-48.

Peters RE, Chance MA. An Australian perspective on chiropractic spinography. 1996;16(2):43-50.

Rock BA. Ernst Kjellberg: his influence on chiropractic in Queensland, Australia. 1989;9(1):10-14.

Simpson JK. The evolution of the Australian Medical Association’s exclusive dogma policy on chiropractic. 2003;23(2):69-78.

++++NEW ZEALAND

Chapman Smith DA. The New Zealand Commission of Inquiry: its significance in chiropractic history. 1983;3:32-40.

Peters RE. Chiropractic in New Zealand: 1914: the first Palmer graduate arrives. 2015 35(2):7-18.

Reader WL, Bryner P. The development of chiropractic in New Zealand. 1910-1980. 1989;9(1):16-21.

Van Gent WPG. The science by which the cause of disease is removed by spinal adjustments: chiropractic in early twentieth century New Zealand. 2013;33(2):37-55.

 

+EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN

Callender AK, Papadopoulos E. Chiropractic in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. 2016;36(2):8-46.

 

+EUROPE

Baer HA. A historical overview of British and European chiropractic. 1982;2:10-15.

Wilson FH, Dendy S. Chiropractic in Europe: a guide to historical articles. 2007;27(1):33-37.

Wilson FH, Wilson RK. The first European chiropractors. 2007;27(2):39-42.

++DENMARK

Bak-Jensen S. Helping hands? Politics and the image of chiropractic in interwar Denmark. 2007;27(1):93-98.

Myhrvold K. Einar O. Rames M.D., D.C. 1884-1961. 2002;22(1):69-75.

Simonsen IH, Deltoff MN, Johansen KK, Dansk Kiropraktor Dursus: an historical perspective and overview of the Danish Chiropractors' School. 1989;9(2):20-24.

++FRANCE

Gruny P. A contribution to the history of the Franco-European Institute of Chiropractic: from dream to achievement. 2007;27(1):57-66.

Jolliot C. Chiropractic in France: legal and societal considerations. 2007;27(1).):67-74.

++GREECE

Ktenas SD, Callender AK. Kleanthis A. Ligeros: the pioneer of modern chiropractic in Greece. 2015;35(1):23-31.

++ITALY

Rigel TE. Chiropractic history in Italy. 2007;27(1):107-115.

++NORWAY

Myhrvold K. Arthur Emanual Lundh, Norway’s first chiropractor – the years between the wars. 1997;17(2):37-48.

++PORTUGAL

Saltys EM. Chiropractic history in Portugal. 2007;27(1):9-12.

++SPAIN

Spencer F. Chiropractic in Spain: a summary. 2007;27(1):13-25.

++UNITED KINGDOM

Baer HA. A historical overview of British and European chiropractic. 1982;4:10-15.

Wilson FJH. Cooperation is better than confrontation: an interview with Dr. Michael Howitt Wilson. 2017;37(2):13-24.

+++ENGLAND

Wilson FW. A pictorial history of the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. 2007;27(1):75-79.

+++WALES

Wilson FJH. Was Albert Edward Tizard really the first chiropractor in Wales? [Letter to the editor]. 2008;28(1):9.

Young KJ. Albert Edward Tizard: the first chiropractor in Wales. 2007;27(1):87-92.

 

 

+MIDDLE EAST

Callender AK, Papadopoulos E. Chiropractic in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. 2016;36(2):8-46.

 

+GENETICS

Mirtz TA, Greene L. The era of uncertainty with genetics in medicine, 1900 to 1910. 2005;25(2):69-76.

 

+CHRISTIANITY

Mirtz TA. Examining the Green Books: B.J. Palmer’s Biblical usage and opinion on Christianity’s central figure. 2000;20(2):37-47.

 

+CLOTHING

Troyanovich S, Troyanovich J. Do the clothes make the healer? A history of physician attire from prehistoric times to the present with implications for current practice. 2015;35(1):47-57.

 

+COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

Sorgenfrey GK, Strazewski JW, Larkin SM, Doerrfeld MR, Smith BE, Mueller HJ, Brockington H III, Wiese GC. A recent history of the organization of a collective bargaining unit and negotiation of an initial collective bargaining agreement at Palmer College of Chiropractic. 2006;26(2):71-80.

 

+COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE

++PHYSICAL THERAPY

Kranz KC. The public bootstrapping of physical therapy to a provider profession. 1919-86. 1986;6:38-48.

 

+DISEASE/THERAPY

Masarsky CS. Autonomics in and out of the closet; 2001;21(2):13-16.

Troyanovich S, Troyanovich J. Chiropractic and type O (organic) disorders: historical development and current thought. 2012;32(1):59-72.

 

+EDUCATION

Baker RD. Brady Street Hill, Davenport, Iowa: Circa 1915. 2000;20(1):15-16.

Beideman RP. The role of the encyclopedic Howard System in the professionalization of chiropractic: National College, 1906-1981. 1996;16(2):29-41.

Beideman RP. Seeking the rational alternative: The National College of Chiropractic from 1906 to 1982. 1983;3:16-22.

Bhatti J, Callender A. Grown up girls: a history of chiropractic assistants. 2015;35(2):40-50.

Blacker P. The evolution of higher education in chiropractic; a survey 1906-1974.  1992;12(1):36-42.

Bolton SP. Chiropractic education in Australia: a historical review. 2001;21(1):27-32.

Bovee B. Palmer’s West Hall: past, present and future. 2017;37(1):31-40.

Brown DM. CMCC’s Board of Governors: its commitment to increase revenues from non-tuition sources, 1981-2011. 2012;32(2):35-48.

Brown DM. Kenneth S. Lewis, DC: an industrious and resourceful CMCC pioneer. 2015;35(1):59-70.

Brown DM. The path to full accreditation: CMCC and its Governors, 1945‑86. 1987;7(1):16-21.

Callender A. Cousin Frank and the halcyon days of the PSC. 2018;38(2):23-41.

Callender AK. Palmerton: an experiment in student housing, 1946-1956. 2000;20(2):27-36.

Cozzocrea DM. A history of the Delta Sigma Chi fraternity of chiropractic. 1991;11(1):43.

Deltoff MN. One Profession-but not one oath; a new survey revisiting the chiropractic oaths. 2019;39(2):57-68.

Deltoff AB, Deltoff MN. One profession-one oath? A survey of the disparity of the chiropractic oath. 1988;8(1):20-25.

DuMonthier WN, Coyle BA. Contemporary student attitudes on chiropractic philosophy. 1990;10(1):19-22.

Editor. Earl Bebout and the Central States College [Indianapolis], c. 1922-1923. 1983;3:41.

Fay LE. The 1986 Lee-Homewood Award, John B. Wolfe. 1986;6:84-86.

Fay LE. Seventh annual honorary membership of the A.H.C., the Lee‑Homewood Award to William N. Coggins, D.C., LL.D. 1987;7(1):42-43.

Fay LE. Third honorary award: Joseph Janse. D.C., Sc.D. 1983;3:80-82.

Ferguson A, Wiese G. How many chiropractic schools? An analysis of institutions that offered the D.C. degree. 1988;8(1):26-36.

Gatterman MI. W.A. Budden: the transition through proprietary education. 1924-1954. 1982;2:20-25.

Gayman PG, DiLeo PS. Pacific States Chiro College: the legacy of George Emmet Anderson, D.C. 1998;18(1):69-76.

Gibbons RW. Chiropractors as interns, residents and staff: the hospital experience. 1910-1960. 1983;3:50-57.

Gibbons RW. D.D. Palmer: The origins of the Palmer School and the itinerant schoolman, 1897-1913. 1998;18(2):39-51.

Gibbons RW. 'The ignorant instructing the uneducated' but PSC faculty, circa 1920, was otherwise. 1993; 13(1):10-11.

Gibbons RW. Joy Loban and Andrew P. Davis: itinerant healers and schoolmen. 1910-1923. 1991;11(1):22-28.

Gibbons RW. Life University bell tower commemorates jailed prisoners. 1999;19(2):9.

Gibbons RW. Pioneer chiropractic in Kansas: The 'mom and pop' colleges. 1992;12(1):26-32.

Gibbons RW. The search for the first 15 “disciples.” 1983;3(1):23.

Gibbons RW. Universal College: brief history, deep legacy. 1995;15(1):10-11.

Gromala T, Oyelowo T. An historical overview of foreign students in chiropractic:1900-1988. 1990;10(1):30-34.

Gruny P. A contribution to the history of the Franco-European Institute of Chiropractic: from dream to achievement. 2007;27(1):57-66.

Hart JF. Remembering Dr. Lyle Wheeler Sherman. 1996;16(2):67-75.

Herrity R, Callender A. The Councils on Chiropractic Education – International. 2007;27(1):81-85.

Hinz DG. Diversified chiropractic: Northwestern College and John B. Wolfe. 1941-1984. 1987;7(1):34-41.

Hug PR, Keating JC. The first chiropractic college in the Heart of Dixie. 2006;26(2):81-89.

Hynes RJR, Callender A. The Palmer lyceum and homecoming: a century of celebration: 1914-2014. 2018;38(1):24-63.

Hynes RJR, Faulkner TJ. Dr. Edward W. Lynch (1858-1926): chiropractic linchpin of Minnesota. 2019;39(2):70-82.

Johnson A. The 1910 Palmer walkout: history of the Universal Chiropractic College. 2018;38(2):55-64.

Keating JC Jr.  A National family photo album. 2002;22(2):47-58.

Keating JC Jr. Non-Palmer school founders: more disciples? Letter to the editor. 1992;12(2):6.

Keating JC Jr.  Then and now – reflections from a chiropractic college president. 2008;28(1)69-71.

Keating JC Jr. Where is the fountain head of chiropractic? 1994;14(1):38-40.

Keating JC Jr., Davison RD. Synopsis of the contents of the Texas Chiropractic College Library Special Collection. 1997;17(1):37-40.

Keating JC Jr, Davison RD. That 'down in Dixie' school: Texas Chiropractic College. 1997;17(1):17-35.

Keating JC Jr, Johnson C. From Pacific States to Palmer West: The short life and legacy of the Northern California College of Chiropractic. 2001;21(1):51-70.

Keating JC Jr, Montgomery DP. Logan Basic College in the era of Vinton Logan. 2006;26(2):55-70.

Keating JC Jr, Montgomery DP. Marriages, melds and mergers: several institutional roots of the National. 2006;26(1):28-74.

Keating JC Jr, Siordia, L. George Haynes and the quest for a higher standard. 2002;22(1):23-44.

Kegley JB. Turning points: from Howard’s home study to the e-world. 2001;21(1):19-22.

King S, Young KJ. The founding of the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic. 2002;22(2):25-30.

Lee HK. Honoring the Founder in his country: conception and struggle for Canada’s Memorial College. 1981;1:42-48.

Masarsky CS. University of Bridgeport of Chiropractic: 1997 Yearbook - brief review. 1999;19(1):13.

Mirtz TA. Kansas State Chiropractic College, 1949-1950. 2002;22(1):51-61.

Musick J, Callender A. A brief history of Pacific States Chiropractic College, 1976-1978. 2001;21(1):41-50.

Myhrvold K. Einar O. Rames M.D., D.C., 1884-1961. 2002;22(1):69-75.

Napolitano EG, Gruber B. The struggle for accreditation in chiropractic. 1981;1:23-24.

Petrisko TF. Schism and suppression: the elimination of medical protest schools, 1846-1936. 1982;2:34-39.

Phillips RB, Biggs L. A history of the Councils of Chiropractic Education International (CCEI): the first decade. 2015;35(2):52-66.

Rehm WS. Pseudo-chiropractors: the correspondence school experience, 1912-1935. 1992;12(2):32-37.

Reinert OC. Merging with honor: a history of the Missouri Chiropractic College, 1920-64. 1992;12(2):38-42.

Ritter JC. The roots of Western States Chiropractic College. 1904-1932. 1991;11(2):18-24.

Schliesser J, Tuck R, Patel P. The origins of the Council on Chiropractic Education – the early years. 2002;22(1):45-50.

Simonsen IH, Deltoff MN, Petersen JN. Dansk Kiropraktor Dursus: an historical perspective overview of the Danish Chiropractors' School. 1989;9(2):20-24.

Smith BA. Original site of the Southern California College of Chiropractic razed from top down over a span of thirty years. 2007;27(2):17-18.

Siordia L, Keating JC Jr. Hail to the chiefs: presidents and CEOs of the LACC. 2001;21(2):23-35.

Sorgenfrey GK, Strazewski JW, Larkin SM, Doerrfeld MR, Smith BE, Mueller HJ, Brockington H III, Wiese GC.  A recent history of the organization of a collective bargaining unit and negotiation of an initial collective bargaining agreement at Palmer College of Chiropractic. 2006;26(2):71-80.

Stowell CC. Lincoln College and the 'Big Four': a chiropractic protest, 1926-1962. 1983;3:74-78.

Vear HJ, Lee KL, Keating JC Jr. Early Canadian colleges. 1997;17(2):57-68.

Waters T. The first teaching of chiropractic – a real riot. 2018;38(2):7-12.

Wiese G, Callender A. How many chiropractic schools? An update. 2007;27(2):89-119.

Willis JC. Los Angeles College of Chiropractic celebrates 85 years. 16(2):10-11.

Wilson FW. A history of the Anglo- European College of Chiropractic. 2019;39(2):20-32.

Wilson FW. A pictorial history of the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. 2007;27(1):75-79.

Young KJ. Henry Eyring Turley: a Texas-sized life. 2008;28(2):93-97.

Young KJ, Siordia L. The legacy of the radiology residency of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic since 1978. 2000;20(1):33-37.

Zolli F. University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic. 2000;20(1):17-20.

 

++EDUCATION, CONTINUING

Crisp KA. Chiropractic lyceums: the colorful origins of continuing education in the profession. 1984;4:16-22.

Hynes RJR, Callender A. The Palmer lyceum and homecoming: a century of celebration: 1914-2014. 2018;38(1):24-63.

Wiese G. From recordgraph to electronic files: preservation of chiropractic’s audio recordings at Palmer College of Chiropractic. 2009;29(1):17-33.

 

++EDUCATION, HISTORY

Bolton SP. Guest commentary: perspectives in chiropractic history. 1997;17(2):8-10.

Brennan MJ. Perspectives on chiropractic education in medical literature, 1910-1933. 1983;3:24-30.

Willis JC. Early educational tracts helped to build chiropractic. 1999;19(2):16-18.

 

++EDUCATION, STANDARDS

Brown DM. The path to full accreditation: CMCC and its governors. 1945-86. 1987;7(1):16-21.

Gatterman MI. W.A. Budden: the transition through proprietary education. 1924-1954. 1982;2:21-15.

Herrity R, Callender A. The Councils on Chiropractic Education - International. 2007;27(1):81-85.

Keating JC Jr, Winterstein JF, Siordia L. Orval L. Hidde, D.C., J.D., F.I.C.C.: profession builder. 2006;26(2):14-34.

Napolitano EG, Gruber B. The struggle for accreditation in chiropractic. 1981;1:23-24.

Phillips RB, Biggs L. A history of the Councils of Chiropractic Education International (CCEI): the first decade. 2015;35(2):52-66.

 

+EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA

Nash J, Keating JC Jr. Birth of the 'Chiropractic Angel': a caduceus counterpoint. 1993;13(2):26-29.

 

+EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES [MESH]

Cooperstein, R. The history of the friction-reduced table. 2016;36(1):17-36.

Hessel MF. Advent and evolution: Palmer’s Hylo adjusting table. 2012:32(2):21-25.

Hug PR. Early chiropractic diagnostic instruments. 2010;30(2):35-39.

Kent W. The beginnings of the Hi-Lo table. 2002;22(1):77-78.

Kusch G, Green E. Evolution of chiropractic adjusting tables: from the ground up … literally? 2004;24(2):73-74.

Kyneur JS, Bolton SP. Lost technology: the rise and fall of chiropractic instrumentation. 1992; 12(1):30-35.

Moore JS. The neurocalometer: watershed in the evolution of a new profession. 1995;15(2):51-54.

Nash JS. In the eye of the storm: Dossa Dixon Evins and the neurocalometer debacle. 1995;15(1):23-26.

Ritz TJ. The rise and fall of the Ellis Micro-Dynameter:1923-1962. 2011;31(2):33-40.

Wells B. From workbench to high tech: the evolution of the chiropractic adjustment table. 1987;7(2):34-39.

 

+HISTORY OF CHIROPRACTIC AS TOPIC [adaptation of MESH]

Binns A, Wilson FJH. Who’s interested in the history of chiropractic? A survey of chiropractors in the United Kingdom. 2007;27(1):27-32.

Bolton SP. Guest commentary; perspectives in chiropractic history. 1997;17(2):8-10.

Brown DM, Zoltai S. Collection, preservation and distribution of chiropractic history in Canada. 2011;31(2):49-63.

Editor. Historical marker for first adjustment; 1995;15(2):5.

Lensgraf AG. Preserving our oral history: the Tennessee Chiropractic Association’s 75th anniversary celebration. 2009;29(2):29-38.

Linscott G. The importance of history and philosophy to the future of chiropractic. 2007;27(1):99-105.

Miller KJ. Chiropractic history: your own story may be the most important event. 2004;24(2):67-71.

Moore JS. Reflections on healing, orthodoxy, and a new direction for chiropractic history. 2009;29(1):55-65.

Munzinger MR. In pursuit of the past: the hazardous path to historical relevance. 2009;29(1):47-53.

National Institute of Chiropractic Research. Committee on Chiropractic History. Titles and abstracts of historical articles in critically reviewed periodicals. 1989;9(2):27-34.

Patzwald GA. Discovering and recording chiropractic history: for a systematic program in the profession. 1981;1:5-9.

Troyanovich SJ, Matthis LR, Moore JS. Letters to the editor and responses. 2009(2):6-10.

Troyanovich S, Troyanovich J. Reflections on the birth date of chiropractic. 2013;33(2):20-32.

Wardwell WI. Brief guide for chiropractic oral history research. 1985;5:39.

 

+HOSPITALS AND CLINICS [MESH]

Bakkum BW. The Bakkum Chiropractic Clinic and Hospital. 1999;19(2):55-61.

Gibbons RW. Chiropractors as interns, residents and staff: the hospital experience, 1910-1960. 1983;3:50-57.

Gibbons RW. The hospital they tried to close: the 35-year saga of a chiropractic dissident. 2001;21(1):25-26.

Killinger LZ. The resurrection of the B.J Palmer Clinic research: a personal view. 1998;18(1):53-58.

Rehm WS. The end of an era: chiropractic's largest hospital is razed. 1993;13(2):24-25.

Rehm WS. Price of dissension: the private wars of Dr. Leo L. Spears, 1921-1956. 1995:15(1):31-37.

Rock BA. Ernst Kjelberg: his influence on chiropractic in Queensland, Australia. 1989;9(1):10-14.

Troyanovich S, Troyanovich J. Bloomington-Normal, Illinois: a chiropractic tale of two cities. 2010;30(2):49-64.

 

+INTERPROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS [MESH]

Gibbons RW. John Mennell, orthopedist and bridge to chiropractic. 1992;12(1):7.

Gibbons RW. The stream from the fountainhead: a 1920 report by AMA's Council on Medical Education. 1993;13(1):8-9.

Simpson JK. The evolution of the Australian Medical Association’s exclusive dogma policy on chiropractic. 2003;23(2):69-78.

Spraker J. Chiropractors and the containment of the polio vaccine: an historical inquiry into the controversial cure. 2010;30(1);9-19.

Troyanovich S, Troyanovich J. Bloomington-Normal, Illinois: a chiropractic tale of two cities. 2010;30(2):49-64.

 

+LEGISLATION AS TOPIC [MESH]

++AUSTRALIA

Bolton SP. Making it legal 'down under': the struggle for recognition in Australia. 1986;6:11-16.

Campbell S. Early legislation affecting chiropractic in South and Western Australia,1940-1970. 1989;9(1):23-28.

++BELGIUM

Gillet J. A brief history of the Gillet family: three generations of chiropractors in Belgium. 1999;19(1):17-19.

Gillet J. History of chiropractic in Belgium: a personal narrative. 2007;27(1):43-55.

++CANADA

Biggs L. Hands off chiropractic: organized medicine's attempts to restrict chiropractic in Ontario. 1900-1925. 1985;5:10-16.

Sutherland DC. Trial by fire: Canadian Royal Commissions investigate chiropractic. 1985;5:26-37.

++NEW ZEALAND

Chapman-Smith DA. The New Zealand Commission of Inquiry: its significance in chiropractic history. 1983;3:32-40.

++UNITED STATES

Callender AK. B.J. Palmer, the Universal Chiropractic Association, and civil disobedience. 2004;24(2):75-80.

Donahue JH. Morris Fishbein, M.D.: The 'medical Mussolini' and chiropractic. 1996;16(1):39-49.

Gibbons RW. Chiropractic's Abraham Flexner: the lonely trials of John J. Nugent,1935-1963. 1985;5:45-51.

Gibbons RW. Life University commemorates jailed prisoners. 1999;19(2):9.

Bower N, Hynes R. Going to jail for chiropractic: a career’s defining moment. 2004;24(2):21-26.

Hamil HC. Letter to the editor. Retired D.C. adds to legacy of jailed chiropractors. 2006;26(1):8.

Jackson RB. Early legal cases on appeal that became case law of osteopaths and chiropractors. 2000;20(1):21-32.

Jackson RB. Legalization of chiropractic through the referendum process. 1992;12(1):22-28.

Keating JC Jr. Barely legal. 2002;22(2):59-64.

Keating JC Jr. Letter to the editor. 2005;25(1):6-7.

Keating JC, O pioneers ... the first disciples and those who followed, c. 1906. 1993;13(2):8-9.

Kimbrough ML. Jailed chiropractors: those who blazed the trail. 1998;18(2):79-100.

Nash J. The rise and fall of basic science laws. 2000;20(2):87-91.

Rehm WS. Legally defensible: chiropractic in the courtroom and after, 1907. 1986;6:1.

Rehm WS, Fay LE, Keating JC Jr. Chiropractic goes to Washington: with Dr. Emmett J. Murphy, 1938-1964. 1994;14(2):35.

Rubens D. The legitimation of chiropractic: the first thirty years, 1900-1935. 1993;13(1):16-24.

Senzon SA, Myers SP. The Morikubo trial: content analysis of a landmark chiropractic legal case. 2019;39(1):42-116.

Wardwell WI. Chiropractors' struggle for legal recognition: balancing rights and protections. 1992;12(2):25-31.

Waters T, Wolfe JB. Psychiropathy: the first ever legislation to authorize chiropractic practice, its author and his influence on B.J. Palmer and S.M. Langworthy. 2019;39(1):14-20.

+++ALABAMA

Hug PR. Alabama chiropractic supporter and friend: John W. Patterson. 2008;28(1):21-29.

Hug PR. Alabama’s quest for licensure. 2007;27(2):59-64.

Hug PR. A history of the Alabama State Board of Chiropractic Examiners: a saga of chiropractic licensure in Alabama. 2008;28(1):31-48.

 

+++CALIFORNIA

Jackson RB. California’s radiation protection act: first in the nation, 1969. 1999;19(2):49-54.

Jackson RB, Jackson TJ. Quo warranto: only in California -- challenging early chiropractic law. 1994;14(1):23-27.

Keating JC Jr. Barely legal. 2002;22(2):59-64.

Smith B. C.D. Greenall, D.C., and the 1907 California Medical Practice Act. 1998;18(2):53-61.

Smith B. Carl Schultz, M.D., D.O., D.C., L.L.B., 1849-1935. 2001;21(2):77-100.

Smith B. The early years of chiropractic in California: the People v. C.D. Greenall. 1997;17(2):29-35.

Smith BA. Los Angeles’ healing arts college district. 2008:28(2):13-24.

+++COLORADO

Rehm WS. Price of dissension: the private wars of Dr. Leo L. Spears, 1921-1956. 1995;15(1):31-37.

+++GEORGIA

Kimbrough ML. The history of chiropractic in Georgia, 1908-1999. 2000;20(1):57-72.

+++ILLINOIS

Russell EG. Chiropractic cannibalism: Illinois’ internecine licensure battles. 2002;22(1).63-67.

Troyanovich S, Troyanovich J. Bloomington-Normal, Illinois: a chiropractic tale of two cities. 2010;30(2):49-64.

+++KANSAS

Callender AK. Wilson Joseph Robb, D.C., pioneer Kansas chiropractor. 2012:32(2):30-33.

Edwards JD. Kansas chiropractic history: from cellar to cyberspace. 2000:20(2):81-86.

Gibbons RW. Pioneer chiropractic in Kansas: the "Mom and Pop" Colleges. 1992;12(1):26-32.

Keating JC Jr. Barely legal. 2002;22(2):59-64.

Mirtz TA. Organized medicine in Kansas: tracing medicine’s development and attitude toward irregular practices and indirect role in public science education. 2001;21(2):37-61.

Mirtz TA, Greene L. Kansas and the dates of legal activity for chiropractic:1957 to 1965. 2004;24(2):45-51.

Rehm WS. Kansas Coconuts: legalizing chiropractic in Kansas. 1995;15(2):43-50.

+++KENTUCKY

Smoot R. Dr. Harold Helsley: an oral history. 2003;23(2):37-44.

+++MASSACHUSETTS

Jackson RB. Commonwealth laws of Massachusetts v. early chiropractic pioneers:1911-1915. 1999. 19(1):45-52.

Wardwell WI. Cutting edge of chiropractic recognition: prosecution and legislation in Massachusetts. 1982, 2(1):54-65.

+++MINNESOTA

Gibbons RW. Minnesota 1905: who killed the first chiropractic legislation? 1993;13(1):26-32.

Hynes RJR, Faulkner TJ. Dr. Edward W. Lynch (1858-1926): chiropractic linchpin of Minnesota. 2019;39(2):70-82.

+++MISSOURI

Keating JC. Chiropractors’ legal status in Missouri: it mattered who you knew. 2008;28(1):61-68.

+++MISSISSIPPI

Leach RA. Despite friendly fire: opposition to chiropractic in the Magnolia State. 2015;35(1):7-21.

+++NEW YORK

Carpenter S. Licensing rights, Medicare, and quackery: how the New York Times portrayed chiropractic from 1960 to 1975. 2008;28(1):95-105.

Gantner JH. Chiropractic history in New York State, 1960-2005. 2018;38(2):43-53.

Hart JF. Courtroom Testimony in the Big Apple, 1941. 2001;21(1):79-96.

Moore JS. 'The Great Backward State': the struggle in New York:1913-1963. 1992;12(1):14-21.

+++OHIO

Callender AK. Buckeye chiropractic: turbulence in a limited branch. 1915-75. 1995;15(2):79-89.

Lensgraf AG. Ohio legal estrangement: S.W. Lensgraf, D.C.:1927-1935. 1997;17(2):69-92.

+++OKLAHOMA

Jackson RB. A German bone-setter from Russia in Oklahoma Territory Prairie medicine. 1997;17(1):67-73.

+++SOUTH DAKOTA

Wolf WB, Winkler K. Chiropractic and South Dakota. 2008;28(2):39-43.

+++TENNESSEE

Lensgraf AG. The Lensgraf chiropractors: three generations of practitioners. 1990;10(2):12-15.

Lensgraf AG, Owsley A. Preserving our history: the Tennessee Chiropractic Association’s 75th anniversary celebration. 2009;29(2):29-38.

+++VIRGINIA

Dean MS, Warner VW. Mary Ellen Umberger, D.C., an oral history. 1998;18(1):27-36.

Pulaski chiropractor helped get field licensed in Virginia. 2004;24(2):53.

+++WISCONSIN

Senzon SA, Myers SP. The Morikubo trial: content analysis of a landmark chiropractic legal case. 2019;39(1):42-116.

 

LEE-HOMEWOOD AWARD WINNERS (Non-MeSH)

Barnes T. Lorraine M. Golden, D.C., 1998 Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award recipient. 1998:18(1):67-68.

Callender AK. 2010 Lee-Homewood Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Kerwin P. Winkler, D.C. 2010;30(2):15-16.

Callender AK. George McAndrews: Lee-Homewood Heritage Award. 2000;20(1):11-12.

Fay LE. Seventh Annual Honorary Membership of the A.H.C.; the Lee-Homewood Award to William N. Coggins, D.C., L.L.D.. 1987;7(1):42-43.

Fay LE. Third honorary award: Joseph Janse, D.C., Sc.D.. 1983;3:80-82.

Gaucher J. Award acceptance: of chiropractic, history and centennial memories. 1996;16(1):17-20.

Gibbons RW. 1996 Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award is presented to chiropractic-historian Gaucher-Peslherbe. 1996;16(1):16-17.

Gibbons RW. Pierre Louis Gaucher-Peslherbe, 1943-1996. 1996;16(1):20-22.

Gibbons RW. Walter Wardwell-The first lay Lee-Homewood Award recipient. 1993;13(2):13.

Green BN, Johnson C, Keating JC, Jr. Ted L. Shrader, D.C., F.l.C.C., a gentle force for improvement in chiropractic.1998;18(1):59-66.

Keating JC, Jr. Paul Smallie, D.C., H.C.D., a man of letters. 1992 Lee-Homewood Award. 1992; 12(2):44-48.

Ranson JF. First annual honorary award. In tribute to a living pioneer: Dr. Lyndon Edmund Lee, 1981;1:47.

Rehm WS. 1985 Lee-Homewood Award: F. Lee Lemly, D.C. 1981;1:78-80.

Rehm WS.  ... Of the achievements and contributions of a legendary chiropractic name: the 1998 Lee-Homewood Award to Dan C. Spears, D.C. 1988;8(1):42-44.

Vear HJ. Leonard K. Griffin: the Lee-Homewood Heritage Award Winner for 1990: 'Yesterday's Man for Today,' 1990;10(1):44-46.

Wardwell WI. 1984 Lee-Homewood Award: Clarence W. Weiant. 1984;4:62-65.

Willis JR. William F. Holmberg, Lee-Homewood Heritage Award. 1999;19(1):11-12.

Willis JR. Robert Contee Bowie: The 1989 Recipient of the Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award. 1989;9(2):58-60.

 

+MASS VACCINATION

Spraker J. Chiropractors and the containment of the polio vaccine: an historical inquiry into the controversial cure. 2010;30(1);9-19.

 

+MENTAL HEALTH [MeSH]

Hynes RJR. Chiropractic’s foray into mental health. 2008;28(2):61-70.

Popadiuk NT, Keating JC Jr, Montgomery DP, Siordia L. From the occult to chiropractic psychiatry: Francis Israel Regardie, D.C. 2007(2):35-54.

Quigley WH. Pioneering mental health: institutional psychiatric care in chiropractic. 1983; 3(1):69-73.

 

+MILITARY MEDICINE

Temple E. C-force vs. G-force: chiropractic and aviation in America. 2010;30(1):45-52.

 

+MUSEUMS [MESH]

Anderson RA. Chiropractic in American history: the ins and outs of museums. 1982;2:14-19.

Belair RS. The Chiropractic Centennial historical exhibit: marking ten decades. 1995;15(2):59-62.

Gibbons RW. Palmer College 'Wall of Pioneers'. A centennial tribute to graduates. 1997;17(2):7.

Hynes RJR. The stories these old bones could tell: the history of the Palmer osteological collection. 2003;23(2):45-48.

 

+OBSTETRICS [MESH]

Gibbons RW. Forgotten parameters of general practice: the chiropractic obstetrician. 1982;2:26-33.

 

+ORGANIZATIONS, PROFESSIONAL [MESH]

Callender AK. B.J. Palmer, the Universal Chiropractic Association, and civil disobedience. 2004;24(2):75-80..

Callender A. ΣΦΧ [Sigma Phi Chi]: a century of sisterhood. 2019;39(2):37-47.

Callender AK. “With no funding . . .”: the story of Gary Auerbach, DC, and the founding of the World Federation of Chiropractic. 2010;30(2):25-30.

Callender AK, Papadopoulos E. Chiropractic in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. 2016;36(2):8-46.

Chapman Smith DA. World Federation of Chiropractic: the first twenty years. 2009;29(2):39-44.

Coleman RR, Wolfe KH, Taylor JA. The Gonstead Clinical Studies Society. 2012;32(1):9-19.

Cozzocrea DM. A history of the Delta Sigma Chi fraternity of chiropractic. 1991;11(1):43.

Egan JT, Baird R, Zaynad-Killinger L. Chiropractic within the American Public Health Association, 1984-2005: pariah, to participant, to parity. 2006;26(1):97-117.

Escalante BD. Paul Smallie, D.C., H.C.D., a visionary for a united chiropractic profession. 2001;21(2):6-7.

Gibbons RW. AHC: reflections on a silver anniversary 1980-2005. 2006:26(1):13-18.

Griffin LK. Merger almost: ICA unity efforts and formation of the American Chiropractic Association. 1988;8(2):18-22.

Herrity R, Callender A. The Councils on Chiropractic Education – International. 2007;27(1):81-85.

Herrity-Hynes R. The thirty-eighth annual conference of the Association for the History of Chiropractic. 2018;38(2):65-67.

Hidde O. Historical perspective: the Council of Chiropractic Education and the Committee on Accreditation, 1961-1980. 2005;25(1):49-78.

Hug PR. A history of the Alabama State Board of Chiropractic Examiners: a saga of chiropractic licensure in Alabama. 2008;28(1):31-48.

Hynes RA. The thirty-first annual conference of the Association for the History of Chiropractic. 2011;31(1):59-61.

Hynes RJR. The AHC, WFC, and ECU celebrate chiropractic in Europe. 2007;27(2):13-16.

Keating JC Jr. The gestation and difficult birth of the American Chiropractic Association.  2006;26(2):91-126.

Keating JC Jr.  Roots of the NCMIC: Loran M. Rogers and the National Chiropractic Association, 1930-1946. 2000;20(1):39-55.

Keating JC Jr, Siordia, L. George Haynes and the quest for a higher standard. 2002;22(1):23-44.

Leventhal WS. The struggle for unity, survival and public confidence in the California Chiropractic Association, 1959-1962: An appreciation of the leadership of North Hollywood’s Dr. Bernard Leventhal, D.C. 2005;25(1):15-22.

Lombardo DM. William H. Werner and the American Bureau of Chiropractic: organizing a lay constituency.1990;10(1):24-29.

Moon D, Callender AK. The formation of the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations. 2011;31(2):21-28.

Phillips RB, Biggs L. A history of the Councils of Chiropractic Education International (CCEI): the first decade. 2015;35(2):52-66.

Plamondon RL. Mainstreaming chiropractic: tracing the American Chiropractic Association. 1993;13(2):30-35.

Russell EG. Dr. John Q. Thaxton: the rudder of the ICA ship. 2003;23(1):29-32.

Schliesser J, Tuck R, Patel P. The origins of the Council on Chiropractic Education – the early years. 2002;22(1):45-50.

Sweaney JA. History of the Australian Chiropractors’ Association: the first twenty-five years. 1989;9(1):30-36.

Tuck NR. The American Council of Women Chiropractors from 1935 to 1960. 1998; 18(1):37-45.

Vear HJ. The anatomy of a policy reversal: the APHA and chiropractic. 1969 to 1983. 1987;7(2):17-22.

Wilson FJH. Ann-Liss Taarup: recipient of the Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage Award. 2007;27(1):119-120.

Winkler KP. An interview of Dr. Walter B. Wolf. 2008;28(2):45-58.

 

+OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE

Brantingham JW. Still and Palmer: The impact of the first osteopath and the first chiropractor. 1986;6(1);18-22.

Brantingham JW, Snyder WR. Did osteopathy 'borrow' the chiropractic short lever adjustment (the core of all modern manipulative techniques) without giving Palmer credit? 1997;17(1):41-50.

Cox J, Keating JC Jr. Osteopathy meets chiropractic: evolution of the flexion-distraction technique. 2006;26(1):75-87.

Greer MS. Who was the first document cranial manipulator in North America? 2014;34(2):50-64.

Hart JF. Did D.D. Palmer visit A.T. Still in Kirksville? 1997;7(2):49-55.

Jackson RB. Andrew Taylor Still, M.D., D.O.: The man, the pioneer, the educator and founder of osteopathy. 2000;20(2):15-24.

Jackson RB. Early legal cases on appeal that became case law of osteopaths and chiropractors. 2000;20(1):21-32.

McFague R. Bones to pick: an historical analysis of chiropractic and osteopathy as portrayed in the popular periodical press. 2010;30(1):21-34.

 

+PALMER FAMILY

       see under BIOGRAPHIES

 

+PERIODICALS AS TOPIC

Carpenter S. Licensing rights, Medicare, and quackery: how the New York Times portrayed chiropractic from 1960 to 1975. 2008;28(1):95-105.

Keating JC Jr, Siordia L. Periodical sources of chiropractic history. 2003;23(2):79-104.

 

+PHILOSOPHY

Donahue JH. D.D. Palmer and the Innate Intelligence: development, division and derision. 1986; 6(1):30-36.

Donahue JH. The man, the book, the lessons: The Chiropractor's Adjuster, 1910. 1990;10(2):34-43.

DuMonthier WN, Coyle BA. Contemporary student attitudes on chiropractic philosophy. 1990;10(1):19-22.

Gaucher-Peslherbe PL. Defining the debate: exploration of the factors that influenced chiropractic's founder. 1988;8(1):14-18.

Homola S. Thirty years after 'bonesetting': confessions of a chiropractic heretic. 1995;15(2):15-17.

Jacelone P. The ancient philosophic roots of chiropractic in literature. 1989;9(2):44-49.

Keating JC Jr. Rationalism and empiricism vs. the philosophy of science in chiropractic. 1990;10(2):23-30.

Senzon S. A history of the mental impulse: theoretical construct or scientific reality? 2001;21(2):63-76.

Keating JC Jr. The short life and enduring influence of the American Chiropractic Association. 1922-1930. 1996;16(1):50-64.

Keating JC Jr. ‘Heat by nerves and not by blood’: first major reduction, 1903. 1995;15(2):71-77.

Linscott G. The importance of history and philosophy to the future of chiropractic. 2007;27(1):99-105.

Stout RJ. The Ph.C. degree: an affirmation of chiropractic philosophy, 1908-1968. 1988;8(1):10-12.

Wiese G. Chiropractic's tension with the germ theory of disease. 1996;16(1):72-87.

 

 

+PUBLIC RELATIONS

Hynes RJR. The most beautiful spines in America: the history of the Posture Queens. 2002;22(2):65-71.

Hug PR. Maturity in the chiropractic media from advertising to public education. 2011;31(2):10-19.

Rome PL. Chiropractic patients prominent in sports. 2019;39(2):48-55.

Rome PL. Chiropractic patients prominent in the entertainment industry. 2019;39(1):7-12.

Rome PL. Prominent chiropractic patients in royalty, politics, medicine and industry. 2016;36(1):87-98.

Troyanovich S, Troyanovich J. Do the clothes make the healer? A history of physician attire from prehistoric times to the present with implications for current practice. 2015;35(1):47-57.

 

 

+PUBLISHING

Coleman RR, Wolf KH, et al. Does the chiropractic of Modernized Chiropractic still live? 2015;35(2)20-35.

Faulkner T, Foley J. The Science, Art & Philosophy of Chiropractic by D.D. Palmer: identification and rarity of editions in print with a survey of original copies. 2015;35(1):36-45.

Foley J. D. D. Palmer’s second book The Chiropractor 1914 – revealed. 2016;36(1):72-86.

Harvey PJ. The Index to Chiropractic Literature: twenty-five years of progress. 2008;28(1):83-93.

Keating JC Jr.  In praise of the Digest. 2007;27(2):65-75.

National Institute of Chiropractic Research, Committee on Chiropractic History. Titles and abstracts of historical articles in critically reviewed periodicals. 1989;9(2):27-34.

Waters TR. An alternate universe of chiropractic Green Books. 2016;36(2):53-59.

Wiese GC. A survey of chiropractic in early twentieth century alternative health journals. 2017(1):52-72.

 

+RADIO (MeSH)

Gibbons RW. R.R., B.J. and the “Long Blue Shadow.” 1989;19(2):15,19.

 

+RADIOLOGY

Canterbury R, Krakos G. Thirteen years after Roentgen: the origins of chiropractic radiology. 1986;6:24-29.

Coleman RR, Wolfe KH, Lopes MA, Coleman J. History or science: the controversy over chiropractic spinography. 2013;33(1):66-81.

Peters RE, Chance MA. An Australian perspective on chiropractic spinography. 1996;16(2):43-50.

Young KJ. Appa Anderson, D.C., N.D., D.A.C.B.R.; the first female chiropractic radiologist. 2003;23(1):33-39.

Young KJ. Joseph W. Howe, D.C., D.A.C.B.R. and the development of modem chiropractic radiology. 1999;19(2):27-47.

Young KJ, Keating JC Jr. Waldo G. Poehner, DC, DACBR: a force for progressiveness. 2009:29(1):9-15

Young KJ, Siordia L. The legacy of the radiology residency of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic since 1978. 2000;20(1):33-37.

 

+REHABILITATION

Young KJ. A history of rehabilitation and exercise in the chiropractic profession. 2012;32(1):21-29

 

+RESEARCH

Agocs, S. Cleveland’s rabbits: the use of animals to study vertebral subluxation. 2016;36(1):63-69.

Cooperstein R. The Leading Edge Research Symposium of 1984: early attempt to achieve consensus on subluxation. 2014;34(1):32-54.

Cramer GD, Scott CY, Tuck NR. The holey spine: a summary of the history of scientific investigation of the intervertebral foramina. 1998;18(2):13-24.

Devore JW. W.W. DeVore, D.C., 1920-1998, chiropractic research pioneer and advocate. 2001;21(1):71-78.

Green BN. Indexing: how scholarly papers are disseminated in the modern era. 2003;23(2):23-26.

Green BH. A place for chiropractic historians: the workshop to develop a chiropractic research agenda. 1996;16(2):13-15.

Killinger LZ. The resurrection of the B.J Palmer Clinic research: a personal view. 1998;18(1):53-58.

Patzwald GA. Discovering and recording chiropractic history: for a systematic program in the profession. 1981;1:5-9.

Wardwell WI. Brief guide for chiropractic oral history research. 1985;5:39.

 

+REVIEWS

Artrip DA. Review. Frontier medicine: from the Atlantic to the Pacific, 1492-1941. David Dary. (New York: Vintage Books). 2010;30(1):81-83.

Bancroft DM. Review. Streams from the Fountainhead. C. Randall Heuston (ed.). (Davenport: Palmer College of Chiropractic, 1997). 1997;17(2):16-17.

Brown C, Moore D. Review. A History of Chiropractic in South Carolina. Edward McGinnis (ed.) (Columbia, S.C.: South Carolina Chiropractic Association. 1997). 1998;18(2):8.

Callender AK. Review. Osteopathy and Swedenborg: the influence of Emanuel Swedenborg on the genesis and development of osteopathy. David Fuller. (Bryn Athyn, Penn.: Swedenborg Scientific Association Press, 2012). 2013;33(2):63-64.

Callender AK. Review. The Palmer Mansion, a Pictorial Tour. Wes and Dorothy Sheader (Davenport: Palmer College of Chiropractic, 1995). 1995;15(2):128.

Coleman RR. Review. Gonstead the Adjuster. Matthew J. Amman. (Venture 180 & Gonstead Clinical Studies Society, 2018). 2018;38(2):68-69.

Donahue J. Review. Alternative Medicine and American Religious. Robert C, Fuller (New York: Oxford University Press, 1989). 1991;11(1):96.

Eisenberg AM. Review. A history of Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. Joseph Keating, Jr. (Whittier, CA: SCUHS). 2001:21(2):9-11.

Foley J. D. D. Palmer’s second book The Chiropractor 1914 – revealed. 2016;36(1):72-86.

Foley JA. Review. An Early History of Chiropractic: the Palmers and Australia. Rolf Peters. (Asheville NC: Integral Altitude). 2015;35(2):93-94.

Foley JA. Review. The Chiropractor’s Protégé. Timothy J. Faulkner. (Self-published, 2017). 2017;37(1):75-76,

Gibbons RW. Review. La Chiropractique: Contribution a L'Historie d'une Discipline Marginalise. Pierre L. Gaucher Perslherbe. (Jupilles, c1985). 1987;7(1):5.

Gibbons RW. Review. A Touching Story. Ervin Ortman. (Canistota, S.D.: Canistota Clipper, 1985). 1985;5:3.

Gibbons RW. Review. B.J. of Davenport: the Early Years of Chiropractic.  Joseph Keating, Jr. (Davenport: Association for the History of Chiropractic, 1997). 1997;17(1):14-15.

Gibbons RW. Review. Chiropractic: an Illustrated Guide. Susan Moore. (New York: Harmony Books/Crown Publishing, c1990). 1990;10(1):42.

Gibbons RW. Review. Chiropractic in Wisconsin. Robert B. Mawhiney. (Madison, WI: Wisconsin Chiropractic Association, 1993). 1984;4:5.

Gibbons RW. Review. Chiropractic: The Victims’ Perspective. George Magner. (Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1995). 1995;15(2):127.

Gibbons RW. Review. The DOs: Osteopathic Medicine in America.  Norman Gevitz. (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1988). 1988;8(2):44.

Gibbons RW. Review. Dutch: a Memoir of Ronald Reagan.  Edmund Morris. (Random House, 1999). 1999;19(2):15.19.

Gibbons RW. Review. Everybody’s Guide to Chiropractic Health Care.  Norman Altman. (Los Angeles: St. Martin's Press, 1990). 1990;10(1):42.

Gibbons RW. Review. The First School of Osteopathic Medicine. Georgia Ann Warner Walter. (Kirksville, Mo.: Thomas Jefferson University Press, 1992). 1993;13(2):46.

Gibbons RW. Review. In the Making of a Profession: The National College of Chiropractic, Ronald P. Beideman, (Chicago: National College Books, 1995). 1995:15( l ):55,56.

Gibbons RW. Review. Joseph Janse; the Apostle of Chiropractic Education. Reed B. Phillips. 2007;27(1):117-118.

Gibbons RW. Review. The Journey. Robert Strauss. (Philadelphia: Lifeline Publications, 1992). 1992,12(1):46.

Gibbons RW. Review. Nature Doctors: Pioneers in Naturopathic Medicine. Fridhelm Kinchfeld and Wade Boyle (Portland, Ore.: Medicina Biologica, 1994). 1995, 15(1):56.

Gibbons RW. Review. Other Healers: Unorthodox Medicine in America.  Norman Gevitz (ed.). (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988). 1988;8(2):44.

Gibbons RW. Review. Prairie Thunder. William S. Rehm. (Davenport: Association for the History of Chiropractic, 2001). 2000;20(2):7-9.

Gibbons RW. Review. Refined by Fire: The Evolution of Straight Chiropractic. Joseph B. Strauss (Levittown, Penn., FACE, 1994). 1994;14(2):62.

Green BN. Review. The Green Books – CD ROM. 2001;21(1):17.

Green BN. Review. A review and critique of Chiropractic History. Rob Sinnott. (Frankfort, Ill., Chirobooks, 1995). 1995;15(2):9-11.

Hankins JR. Review. A Touching Story. Ervin Ortman. (Canistota, S.D.: Canistota Clipper, 2nd rev., 2008). 2008;28(2):59-60.

Howell CC. Review. Against all odds . . . but God.  Glenn M. Hultgren. (Fort Collins, Colo.; Christian Chiropractors Association, 2003). 2004;24(1):67-68.

Hynes RJR. Review. Chasing D.D. Todd Waters. (LuLu, 2014). 2014;34(1):65-66.

Hynes RJR. Review. History of the Sydney College of Chiropractic . . . Pathway to a Profession. Ed Deveraux, Brian O’Reilly and John Cice. (Macquarie Light Press, 2016). 2017;37(1):73-74.

Hynes RJR. Review. The Religion of Chiropractic. Holly Folk. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2017). 2019;39(1):122-123.

Jolliot C. Review. Les Notions de force vitale et d’energie. 2003;23(2):55-56.

Masarsky CS. Review. University of Bridgeport of Chiropractic:1997 Yearbook. 1999;19(1):13.

Rehm WS. Review. Chiropractic: History and Evolution of a New Profession. Walter Wardwell (St. Louis: Mosby Yearbook, 1992). 1992;12(2):50.

Rehm WS. Review. Chiropractic in America: The History of a Medical Alternative. J. Stuart Moore (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1993). 1993;13(2):46.

Russell D. Book review. D.D. Palmer, a biography of the first chiropractor. Simon Senzon. (The Institute Chiropractic, 2019). 2019;29(2):86-87.

Sayer F Jr. Review. Contemporary Chiropractic. David Redwood. (New York: Churchill Livingstone, 1997). 1997;17(2):15-16.

Troyanovich S. Review. The Medical War against Chiropractic. J.C. Smith. (self-published). 2011;31(2):65-66.

VanDyke B. Review. Moral Defiance: The Pioneer Chiropractors of Massachusetts. Ron Marsh (ed.). Video. Portsmouth, RI: Author, 1997). 1997;17(2):17-18.

Wardwell WI. Review. Enemies Within and Without: Educating Chiropractors, Osteopaths and Traditional Acupuncturists. Arthur O'Neill. (Bundoora, Vic., Australia: La Trolia University Press.). 1994;14(2):61.

Warner LA. Review. Chiropractic in Europe. Francis J.H. Wilson. (Matador, 2007). 2007;277(2):)86-87.

Wiese G. Review. A Profession Persecuted; the History of Chiropractic in New Jersey. 2002;22(2):72.

Willis AJ. Review. Rabid Dogs in the East: Behind the Patient’s Back. Bruce Vaughan. (Writer’s Showcase, 2003). 2003;23(2):57.

Willis JC. Review. B.J.’s Building Boom [video]. 2002;22(2):75-77.

Willis JC. Review. Chiropractic in Four Seasons. Jack K. VanDevort. (Meadville, PA: Author, 1999). 1999:19(2):7-8.

 

+SOCIOLOGY

Alloway WJ, Ronkin ME. Social anthropology of chiropractic in Washington, D.C.: Project DC/DC. 1982;2:6-12.

Coulter ID. Chiropractic observed: thirty years of changing sociological perspectives. 1983;3:42-48.

Martin SC. The limits of medicine: a social history of chiropractic, 1895-1920. 1993;13(1):41-44.

McFague R. Bones to pick: an historical analysis of chiropractic and osteopathy as portrayed in the popular periodical press. 2010;30(1):21-34.

 

+SONGS [MESH]

Hug R. Letter to the editor. 2006;26(2):7.

Hug R. Song for B.J.! [Letter to the editor]. 2005;25(1)8.

 

+SPORTS CHIROPRACTIC

Bennett A, Peck M. Cracking the sports barrier: chiropractic and professional athletes in America. 2010;30(1):53-63.

Cuthbert S. Letters to the editor. 2010;30(2):6-9.

Day S. Sports chiropractic: the history of chiropractic at the Olympic games, 1976-2010. 2010;30(1):35-44.

Morillas A Jr. Dr. Raymond Sabourin: A personal look at chiropractic’s racing hero. 2002;22(2):9-17.

Parker S. Baseball and chiropractic: maturing together. 2009;29(2):15-19.

Plamondon RL. More baseball: another coat of ‘Painter,' Letter to the editor. 1992;12(1):8.

Rehm WS. Doc Painter and the mighty New York Yankees. 1992;12(1):10.

Rome P.L. Chiropractic patients prominent in sports. 2019;39(2):48-55.

 

 

+TECHNIQUES AND METHODS (non MeSH)

Agocs S, Miller J, Troyanovich S. An abridged history of chiropractic extremity care. 2010;30(2):17-23.

Amman MJ. The machines and tools of Dr. Clarence Gonstead. 2007;27(2):55-58.

Amman MJ. A profession seeking clinical competency: the role of the Gonstead chiropractic technique. 2008;28(2):81-89.

Baker WJ. A clinical reformation in chiropractic: the research of Dr. Fred llli. 1985;5:59-62.

Barge FH. The famous surgeon’s wife and notes on the origins of the Hole in One technique. 2003;23(2):19-22.

Bovine G. Hippocrates’ manual manipulation of the spine: high velocity thrust or pressure technique? 2015;35(2):80-89.

Bovine G. D.D. Palmer’s adjustive technique for the posterior apical prominence: “Hit the high places.” 2014;34(1):7-19.

Brantingham JW, Snyder WR. Old Dad Chiro and extravertebral manipulation. 1992;12(2):8-9.

Callender A. The wedding of chiropractic and veterinary practices. 2014;34(2):25-37.

Canterbury R, Krakos G. Thirteen years after Roentgen: the origins of chiropractic radiology. 1986;6:24-29.

Chandler BJ. Raymond L. Nimmo, D.C.; developer of the Receptor-Tonus technique and innovator of chiropractic. 2011;31(2):43-47.

Coleman RR, Wolf KH, et al. Does the chiropractic of Modernized Chiropractic still live? 2015;35(2)20-35.

Coleman RR, Wolfe KH, Taylor JA. The Gonstead Clinical Studies Society. 2012;32(1):9-19.

Coleman RR, Wolfe KH, Lopes MA, Coleman J. History or science: the controversy over chiropractic spinography. 2013;33(1):66-81.

Coloma J, Green B. Warren C. Lee, D.C. and Arlan W. Fuhr, D.C., developers of Activator Methods chiropractic technique. 2002;22(2):45-46.

Cooper CN. A 36 inch circumference tumor in the left quadriceps femoris muscle: a recollection. 1998;18(2):9-11.

Cooperstein, R. The history of the friction-reduced table. 2016;36(1):17-36.

Cottam C, Smith EM. Roots of cranial manipulation: Nephi Cottam and craniopathy. 1981;1:30-35.

Coulehan JL. Hands on practice: an examination of the evolution of clinical chiropractic. 1985; 5(1):52-57.

Cox J, Keating JC Jr. Osteopathy meets chiropractic: evolution of the flexion-distraction technique. 2006;26(1):75-87.

Cramer GD, Scott CY, Tuck NR Jr. The holey spine: a summary of the history of scientific investigation of the intervertebral foramen. 1998;18(2):13-24.

Cuthbert S, Markha B, Blaich R. David S. Walther, D.C., D.I.B.A.K. Scholar, researcher, politician and teacher. 2013;33(2):10-27.

Day S. Sports chiropractic: the history of chiropractic at the Olympic Games, 1976-2010. 2010;30(1):35-44.

Dintenfass J. A question of diagnosis: the acceptance of chiropractic analysis in New York State. 1989;9(2):41-43.

Erickson NA. Electroencephaloneuromentimpograph. 2002;22(2):31-44.

Gibbons RW. Francis Kolar and chromotherapy. 1991;11 (1):10-11.

Gibbons RW. Thomas T. Lake and Endo-Nasal Therapeutics: pioneer medical-drugless ecumenism, 1938-1950. 2005;25(1):113-124.

Greer MS. Who was the first document cranial manipulator in North America? 2014;34(2):50-64.

Hart JF. Talk of the town in 1921: chiropractic and 'talking sickness.' 1999;19(1):61-73.

Heese N. Major Bertrand DeJarnette: six decades of sacro occipital research. 1924-1964. 1991;11(1):12-15.

Heese N. Sacro Occipital Technic block therapy: origin and development. 2012;32(2):50-58.

Hinz DG. Diversified chiropractic: Northwestern College and John B. Wolfe, 1941‑1984. 1987;7(1):34-41.

Hug PR. Early chiropractic diagnostic instruments. 2010;30(2):35-39.

Keating JC JR. 'Heat by nerves and not by blood': first major reduction, 1903. 1995;15(2):71-77.

Keating JC Jr, Brown WA, Smallie P. T.F. Ratledge, the missionary of straight chiropractic. 1991;11(2):26-38.

Keating JC Jr, Fleet GT. Thurman Fleet, D.C., and the early years of the Concept Therapy Institute. 1997;17(1):57-65.

Montgomery DP, Nelson LM. Evolution of chiropractic theories of practice and spinal adjustment. 1985;5:70-76.

Nash J, Johnson C, Green BN. Hole in one: a history of its founding. 1996;16(2):76-80.

Peters RE, Chance MA. An Australian perspective on chiropractic spinography. 1996;16(2):43-50.

Ranson JF. The origins of chiropractic physiological therapeutics: Howard, Forester and Schulze. 1984;4:46-52.

Richards, DM. Once more, with feeling: the history of Neuro Emotional Technique. 2012;32(1):34-47.

Rosenthal MJ. The structural approach to chiropractic: from Willard Carver to present practice. 1981;1:25-29.

Sollmann AH, Blaurock-Busch E. Manipulative therapy of the spine: the development of 'manual medicine' in Germany and Europe. 1981;1:36-41.

Victory KS. Spinal manipulation in the 11th century Middle East. 1993;13(1):12-13.

Troyanovich SJ, Coleman RR. Origins of the use of mechanical traction for reduction of the chiropractic subluxation. 2004;24(2):35-44.

Valdivia Tor, J. Leg length inequality as a chiropractic metric: a historical approach. 2017;37(1):42-50.

Wentz D, Green B. Evolution of chiropractic orthopedists: bootstrapping clinical skills. 1995;15(2):93-101.

Young KJ. Joseph W. Howe, D.C., D.A.C.B.R. and the development of modem chiropractic radiology. 1999;19(2):27-47.

 

+VETERINARY SCIENCE [non-MeSH]

Callender AK. The wedding of chiropractic and veterinary science. 2014;34(2):25-37.

 

+WOMEN [for women or girls only as a cultural, social, sociological, political, economic force]

Callender A. ΣΦΧ [Sigma Phi Chi]: a century of sisterhood. 2019;39(2):37-47.

Gromala T. Women in chiropractic: exploring a tradition of equity in healing. 1983;3:58-63.

Tuck NR. The American Council of Women Chiropractors from 1935 to 1960. 1998;18(1):37-45.

 

+WRITING

Green BN. Indexing: how scholarly papers are disseminated in the modern era. 2003;23(2):23-26.

Hardy SB. Analyzing a unique controlled vocabulary: chiropractic subject headings – past, present and future. 2014;34(1):21-27.

Jackson RB. So you'd like to be a history writer? Some considerations. 1998;18(1):221-222.

Keating JC Jr, Siordia L. Periodical sources of chiropractic history. 2003;23(2):79-104.

Linscott G. The importance of history and philosophy to the future of chiropractic. 2007;27(1):99-105.

Wilson FH, Dendy S. Chiropractic in Europe: a guide to historical articles. 2007;27(1):33-37.

 

 

 

 

 

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