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Harriet N. Austin, M.D.: References

Bunnell, A. O. (1902). Dansville: Historical, Biographical, Descriptive. Dansville, N.Y.: Instructor Pub. Co. Internet Archive. https://archive.org/details/dansvillehistori00bunn_0/page/n217/mode/2up

Civil War Talk. “Dr. Harriet Austin’s Prescription, Ladies, Ride Like A Man.” 19 Sept. 2018, civilwartalk.com/threads/dr-harriet-austins-prescription-ladies-ride-like-a-man.150044/. Accessed 1 Feb. 2024.

Clara Barton Papers: General Correspondence, 1838-1912; Austin, Harriet N., 1876-1889, undated Library of Congress https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/clara-barton-angel-of-the-battlefield/general-correspondence/mss119730197/?

Cunningham, Patricia A. (2003). Reforming Women’s Fashion, 1850-1920. Kent, London. Kent State University Press. https://www.google.com/books/edition/Reforming_Women_s_Fashion_1850_1920/jqTToUwfElQC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=Harriet+N.+Austin&pg=PA49&printsec=frontcover

“Dr. Harriet Newell Austin.” Family Search, www.familysearch.org/tree/person/about/KFMX-DPC. Accessed 15 Feb. 2024.

Fischer, Gayle V. (2001). Pantaloons and Power: a nineteenth-century dress reform in the United States. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press. Internet Archive – https://archive.org/details/pantaloonspowern0000fisc

Numbers, Ronald L. (2008). Prophetess of Health: A Study of Ellen G. White. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing. pp. 144, 191. ISBN 9780802803955. https://www.amazon.com/Prophetess-Health-Library-Religious-Biography/dp/0802803954

Ping, Laura J. 2018. THROWING OFF THE ‘DRAGGLING DRESSES’: WOMEN AND DRESS REFORM, 1820-1900. The City University of New York, A dissertation submitted to the Graduate Faculty in history in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Https://Academicworks.Cuny.Edu/Cgi/Viewcontent.Cgi?Params=/Context/Gc_etds/Article/3864/&Path_info=THROWING_OFF_THE__DRAGGLING_DRESSES_.Pdf.

Robinson, D E. “Seventh-day Adventists and the Reform Dress.” Ellenwhite.Org, whiteestate.org/legacy/issues-dressref-html/#Dr.%20Austin’s%20Powerful%20Plea. Accessed 1 Feb. 2024.

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