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Marriage [electronic resource] : its history, character, and results, its sanctities, and its profanities, its science and its facts, demonstrating its influence, as a civilized institution, on the happiness of the individual and the progress of the race / by T.L. Nichols and Mary S. Gove Nichols
Bib ID 6495244
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Nichols, Thomas Low, 1815-1901
 
Online Access
Description Cincinnati : V. Nicholson & Co., c1854 
1 online resource (466 p.). 
Series

Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO): Women: Transnational Networks.

Full contents
  • pt. 1. Historical and critical
  • pt. 2. Narrative and illustrative
  • pt. 3. Theoretical and scientific.
 
Notes

Reproduction of the original from the New York Public Library.

Subjects Marriage.
Other authors/contributors Nichols, Mary Sargeant Gove, 1810-1884

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