5 edition of The construction and government of lunatic asylums and hospitals for the insane found in the catalog.
The greater part ... is a reprint from lectures published in the Lancet, in 1846.
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MERIDEN State Reform School Meriden, Conn. Patients went through different therapies if you can call it this waybut not all were successful, having the knowledge in the past purer than it is today.
Guardians for the Relief and Employment of the Poor. WERNERSVILLE State Asylum for the Chronic Insane of Pennsylvania RHODE ISLAND PROVIDENCE Butler Hospital for the Insane SOUTH CAROLINA COLUMBIA South Carolina Lunatic Asylum SOUTH DAKOTA YANKTON Hospital for the Insane Yankton, S. The first was used from 1858- 1900, the second, from 1901-1933, and the last from 1933- to the 1970s.
WORCESTER Worcester Lunatic Hospital aka State Lunatic Hospital at Worcester Temporary Asylum for the Chronic Insane Worcester, Mass. NASHVILLE Tennessee Hospital for the Insane Nashville, Tenn. It was in operation until 1972, but after it closed its gates, the buildings of the institute remained unused and therefore were sold off.
In 1866, the place ceased to function as an asylum, and it is now a branch of the Natural History Museum of Vienna. Illinois Central Hospital for the Insane Jacksonville, Ill. A non-profit 501 c 3 organization, the Weston Hospital Revitalization Committee, was formed in 2000 for the purpose of aiding in preservation of the building and finding appropriate tenants.
Its construction was begun by the State of Virginia before the separation of West Virginia from the mother state, the first appropriation having been made by the Legislature of Virginia, March 22, 1858.
The windows had bars on them and the doors contained spy holes, which suggested that the patients were under constant supervision. Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane.
The Commercial Hospital and Lunatic Asylum of Ohio•