Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 24450
  Title D.D. Palmer's second book The Chiropractor 1914 - revealed
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Journal Chiropr Hist. 2016 Summer;36(1):72-86
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The second book written by D.D. Palmer is an exceptionally rare book.  It was printed by his widow in 1914 soon after the founder's death in Los Angeles.  While modern reprints exist and are readily available, the book is not nearly as well known to the profession as the founder's first and much larger book printed in 1910.  As a book published posthumously, some in the profession have questions about its content and legitimacy as the true work of Dr. Palmer.  The author will attempt to authenticate the book as the current and final work on chiropractic by the profession's founder D.D. Palmer.

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