Table of contents for Dorothea Dix : champion for the mentally ill / Margaret Muckenhoupt.


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Chapter 1:A Girl Begins Her Lonely Journey
Chapter 2:"The World is My Home"
Chapter 3:A Teacher and an Author
Chapter 4:Beginning the Great Work
Chapter 5:"I Shall Be Obliged to Speak with Great Plainness"
Chapter 6:Moral Treatment for Prisoners
Chapter 7:A Veto at Home, a Welcome in Europe
Chapter 8:A Model of Charity for the South
Chapter 9:The American Florence Nightingale
Chapter 10:More Travel, More Battles
Afterword
Chronology
Further Reading
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Dix, Dorothea Lynde, 1802-1887 Juvenile literature, Women social reformers United States Biography Juvenile literature, Mentally ill Care United States History Juvenile literature, Dix, Dorothea Lynde, 1802-1887, Reformers, Mentally ill Care History, Women Biography