The ABC Of Spiritualism, B. F. Austin, 1920

With over 8 million souls, the Spiritualist movement of the 19th Century was massive— but where did they all go? Did they go back into the churches, taking their beliefs with them? Had they ever even left?

This book is an excellent record of Spiritualist beliefs in catechism style, useful to the discerning student to compare with beliefs and practices of today. The Spiritualists had great ambitions to change society, but did they succeed? Find out for yourself, with this invaluable reference from notable Spiritualist, Benjamin Fish Austin.

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Printed at the exact original dimensions, this work is as crisp and clean today as the day it was printed. A beautiful facsimile reproduction, with only very minor imperfections of text. Original pages are unnumbered. Printed on acid-free book paper.

Austin, B. F. (Benjamin Fish), 1850-1932, and Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress). The A.B.C. of Spiritualism: One Hundred of the Questions Most Commonly Asked About Spiritualism, Answered Tersely And Plainly. Los Angeles, Calif.: Austin Publishing Co., 1920.

Record at Hathi Trust: https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100138883

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Additional information

Dimensions 6 × 4.25 × .25 in
Author

Binding

Stapled

Collection

Cover Stock

32lb Book Paper

Country Of Origin

United States Of America

Edition

Academic Reprint

Has Original Page Numbers

Yes

Location

Toronto

Media Type

Original Publisher

BF Austin Publishing Co

Original Year

1920

Provenance

Reproduction Type

Size

6.25" x 4.00"

Unit of Measurement

1 Each

Page Count

32

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