Table of contents for A vital force : women in American homeopathy / Anne Taylor Kirschmann.

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Preface and Acknowledgments 
Introduction	Homeopathy as "Other"
Chapter 1	The New School of Medicine, 1820s to 1880s
Chapter 2	Women Physicians, Lay Healers, and the Choice of 
Chapter 3	Becoming Physicians: Women's Homeopathic Medical Education, 1852-1900
Chapter 4	Adding Women to the Ranks: Nineteenth-Century Medical Societies and the Admission of Women
Chapter 5	"Women's Diseases" and Homeopathic Patients, 
Chapter 6	The Transformation of American Medicine and the
		Decline of Homeopathy, 1890-1920
Chapter 7	Struggle for Survival: 1920-1930
Epilogue	Twentieth-Century Preservation and Rebirth
Appendix A	Women in Homeopathic Medical Societies
Appendix B	Enumeration of Homeopathic and Regular Physicians,
1886, 1890/1893, and 1900
Manuscript Sources
Selected Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Homeopathic physicians United States History, Homeopathy United States History, Women physicians United States History, Women in medicine United States History