Table of contents for Evolution of a Missouri asylum : Fulton State Hospital, 1851-2006 / Richard L. Lael, Barbara Brazos, and Margot Ford McMillen.

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Contents
Preface 00
Part I
1. From Idea to Reality, 1844-1850 3
2. Overcoming Obstacles: The First Decade, 1850-1860 00
3. Disaster and Rebirth, 1861-1872 00
4. Administration Gridlock and Recovery, 1869-1897 00
5. "To the Victors Belong the Spoils": Asylum Patronage, 1872-1923 00
6. Search for a Cure: Treatments in Transition, 1905-1940 00
7. Bursting at the Seams: Growing Pains, 1890-1940 00
Part II
8. Three Early Residents 00
9. Dramatic Changes in Treatment 00
10. Missouri's Mental Health Care Comes of Age 00
11. Enlightened Leadership 00
12. New Strategies, New Challenges 00
13. The Challenge of Youth 00
14. Deinstitutionalization 00
15. New Missions as the Century Turns 00
16. An Uncertain Future 00
Fulton State Hospital Administrators 00
Index 00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fulton State Hospital (Mo.).
Psychiatric hospitals -- Missouri -- History.
Hospitals, Psychiatric -- history -- Missouri.
History of Medicine -- Missouri.
History, 19th Century -- Missouri.
History, 20th Century -- Missouri.
Psychiatry -- history -- Missouri.