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Hygeia A City of Health

Benjamin Ward Richardson

“We meet in this Assembly, a voluntar y Parliament of men and women, to study together and to exchange knowledge and thought on works of ever y-day life and usefulness. Our object, to make the present existence better and happier

A presidential address delivered before the health department of the Social Science Association, October 1875. Hygeia : a city of health. Item Preview. remove-circle.

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Hygeia : A City of HealthBenjamin Ward RichardsonLondon : Macmillan, 1876.Octavo. Modern blue cloth. Perforated library stamp to title page and page 47 on text. Benjamin Ward Richardson's celebrated address before the Health Department of the Social Science Congress at Brighton in 1875. Hygeia, the Immediately download the Hygeia, a City of Health summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or teaching Hygeia, a City of Health.


Hygeia was a proposed utopian community on the bank of the Ohio River on the site of present-day Ludlow, Kentucky.. The land was granted to Gen. Thomas Sandford by the U.S. military in 1790. Sandford traded the land to Thomas D. Carneal, who had Elmwood Hall built in 1818 on the riverfront, then sold the land to William Bullock, a British showman, entrepreneur and traveller, owner of the ... 1. West J Med. 1977 Nov;127(5):442-9. Hygeia by the bay--a city of health (Benjamin Lyford). Veith I. PMCID: PMC1237904 PMID: 335665 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


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Hygeia, a City of Health. 9,658 words, approx. 33 pages. Title: Hygeia, a City of Health Author: Benjamin Ward Richardson Release Date: April 15, 2004 [EBook #12036] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** Start of Read more. Hygieia was the goddess/personification of health (Greek: ὑγίεια - hugieia), cleanliness and hygiene. Hygieia and her four sisters each performed a facet of Apollo 's art: Hygieia (health, cleanliness, and sanitation); Panacea (universal remedy); Iaso (recuperation from illness); Aceso (the healing process); and Aglaïa (beauty, splendor, glory, magnificence, and adornment).