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This page highlights the different editions of Volume 7.

The descriptions are a summary taken from the article, Bibliography of Green Books in Print, 1906-1985.

To see any of these materials, you can come visit our reading room, located on the 1st floor of the library.

 

Volume 7: 1st Edition

A textbook on chiropractic symptomtology; or the manifestations of incoordination considered from achiropractic standpoint.1st ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1914. 424[425] pp. No volume number on spine. Blue binding. Table of Contents p. [5]. Index pp. 411-424. Advertisements. p. [425].

Printed in Rock Island, IL by the Drifill Printing Company. This is a comprehensive description and explanation of pathologies and accompanying symptoms from a chiropractic standpoint. Pathologies include acute febrile, digestive, respiratory circulatory, blood, ductless gland, kidney, nervous system, constitutional diseases, sunstroke, and intoxication. Each pathology is assigned a particular area of chiropractic adjustment.

 

Volume 7: Supplement

A textbook of chiropractic symptomatology: supplement to the first edition. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. 100 pp. No volume number on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 97-100.

This supplement to the 1st edition includes sections on diseases of the eye and skin, hernias, and hemorrhoids.

 

Volume 7: 2nd Edition

A textbook of chiropractic symptomatology: or the manifestations of incoordination considered from a chiropractic standpoint. 2nd ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. illus.; photos; 465 pp. Volume 7 on spine. Table of Contents p. 5. Index pp. 457-465. Frontpiece: James N. Firth.

This 1919 2nd edition is a combination of the 1st edition and its supplement

A textbook of chiropractic symptomatology: or the manifestations of incoordination considered from a chiropractic standpoint. 2nd ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1920. illus.; photos; 465 pp. Volume 7 on spine. Table of Contents p. 5. Index pp. 457-465. Frontpiece: James N. Firth.  

This 1920 2nd edition is a reprint of the 1919 2nd edition with no editorial changes.

 A textbook of chiropractic symptomatology: or the manifestations of incoordination considered from a chiropractic standpoint. 2nd ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1921. illus.; photos; 465 pp. Volume 7 on spine. Table of Contents p. 5. Index pp. 457-465. Frontpiece: James N. Firth.

This is a 1921 reprint of the 1920 2nd edition.

A textbook of chiropractic symptomatology: or the manifestations of incoordination considered from a chiropractic standpoint. 2nd ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author,1925. illus.; photos: 465 pp. Volume 7 on spine. Table of Contents p. 5. Index pp. 457-465. Frontpiece: James N. Firth.

This is a 1925 reprint of the 1921 2nd edition.

 

Chiropractic Symptomatology

Different editions/printings: 1914, 1919, 1920, 1921 and 1925.

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