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ID 19381
  Title Tremors, trials, tribulations: the year that was 1906
Journal Chiropr J Aust. 2006 Dec;36(4):137-147
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes During 1906, D.D. Palmer married for the fifth time, became grandfather, first used the term Innate Intelligence, was jailed for practising medicine without a certificate and agreed to sell his interest in the Palmer School of Chiropractic to his son B.J., leaving for the West Coast soon afterward. The year also saw publication of The Science of Chiropractic by B.J. Palmer—the first book published by a member of the Palmer family—and a few months later, Modernized Chiropractic by Solon Massey Langworthy. John Howard started the National School of Chiropractic in the same Davenport building that once housed D.D.’s practice, and the enrolment at the Palmer School grew to 75 by year’s end, with 22 American states and 7 foreign countries represented. The year was also characterised by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and the National Food and Drugs Act was passed by the U.S. Congress under Theodore Roosevelt’s presidency.

First author: Rolf E. Peters

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