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The Jukes in 1915
Ann Eliza, who was also a harlot, had been in the poor-house and received outdoor relief. She cohabited with her second cousin, Ephan, V 414, habitual drunkard and received help from the town for many years....
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Title: The Jukes in 1915
Creator: Arthur H. Estabrook (author)
Date: 1916
Format: Book
Publisher: Carnegie Institution of Washington
Source: Available at selected libraries
Keywords: Alcohol; Almshouses; Andrew Carnegie; Carnegie Institution; Civil Liberties & Rights; Crime; Disease; Economics; Eugenics; Eugenics Records Office; Feeblemindedness; Government; Government Agencies; Heredity; Ideologies; Incest; Institutions; Intelligence; Intelligence Tests; Jukes; Laws & Regulation; Medicine; Medicine & Science; New York; Policy; Poverty; Prison; Prostitution; Psychiatric Disability; Public Health; Public Health & Welfare; Public Welfare; Richard L. Dugdale; Science; Sexuality; Social Welfare & Communities; Social Welfare & Employment; Venereal Disease; Women & Gender
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Science, Health & Technology; Social Movements & Advocacy

Objects From This Artifact:
- Historical Note (doc)
- Preface To The Jukes (doc)
- The Jukes in 1915 (doc)