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Editor's Table, May 1852
A Stage was erected, and Scenic effect given to they appearance, and their music and dancing was the admiration and wonder of the whole house, wondering at their great politeness in coming to make such a war against sorrow, with determined, energetic sympathy, that the Asylumians were almost taken captive, and compelled, nolens volens, to lay down their griefs, and resume their positions and obligations in society....
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Title: Editor's Table, May 1852
From: Editor's Table
Creator:  A (author)
Date: May 1852
Format: Magazine
Publication: The Opal
Source: New York State Library
Control no.: 051 O612 1852
Location: vol.2, no.5, , pp.154-160
Keywords: African American; Asylums; Blind; Confinement; Dance; Entertainment; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; Government; Health & Medicine; Identity; Insanity; Institutions; Media; Moral Treatment; Music; New York; New York State Lunatic Asylum; Poetry; Politics; Popular Culture; Psychiatric Disability; Religion; Sensory Disability; Temperance; The Arts; Theater
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Mass Media, Culture & The Arts

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