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history of matrimonial institutions

Howard, George Elliott

history of matrimonial institutions

chiefly in England and the United States

by Howard, George Elliott

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Published by Humanities Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family,
  • Marriage -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith an introductory analysis of the literature and the theories of primitive marriage and the family.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14686519M

    For Matrimonial Purposes book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Anju wants a husband. Equally important, her entire famil /5. 3 volumes. 8vo ( in, cm). pp. First edition: George Elliott Howard (), educator, historian, and president of the American Sociological Society in , firmly believed in "the supreme function of culture to lift humanity upward." - The American University and the American Man, p In A History of Matrimonial Institutions Howard argues that, "the family .

    The Urantia Book. Paper The Marriage Institution. () THIS is the recital of the early beginnings of the institution of marriage. It has progressed steadily from the loose and promiscuous matings of the herd through many variations and adaptations, even to the appearance of those marriage standards which eventually culminated in the realization of pair . COMMUNITY PROPERTY LAW. In the Texas matrimonial property system there are two kinds of property: separate property (solely owned by a spouse) and community property (owned in common in equal shares by both spouses). Typically, all property acquired during marriage by either spouse is presumed to be community property, and a spouse who asserts.

      The word marriage may be taken to denote the action, contract, formality, or ceremony by which the conjugal union is formed or the union itself as an enduring condition. In this article we deal for the most part with marriage as a condition, and with its moral and social aspects. It is usually defined as the legitimate union between husband and wife. In Western Canada it is known as matrimonial cake. In Eastern Canada it can also be known as date crumbles. It is often found in coffee shops as a sweet snack food. Sometimes nuts are added to the base layer or crumb topping, or other alterations. There can also be candied peel added to the date stuffing for a contrasting ingredients: Dates, oatmeal.


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a history of matrimonial institutions. chiefly in england and the united states with an introductory analysis of the literature and the theories of primitive marriage and the family.

by george elliott howard ph.d. professorial lecturer in the university of chicago author of "local constitutional history of the united states" volume two.

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A history of matrimonial institutions: chiefly in England and the United States, with an introductory analysis of the literature and the theories of primitive marriage and the family. [George Elliott Howard]. Howard, George Elliot. A History of Matrimonial Institutions: Chiefly in England and the United States with an Introductory Analysis of the Literature and the Theories of Primitive Marriage and the Family.

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Reprint. Littleton: F.B. Rothman, Three volumes. Cloth. New. * A comprehensive history of all aspects of matrimony with Author: George Elliot Howard. A History of Matrimonial Institutions [3 Vol] Request an Image. New York. Etymology. The word "marriage" derives from Middle English mariage, which first appears in – in turn is derived from Old French, marier (to marry), and ultimately Latin, marītāre, meaning to provide with a husband or wife and marītāri meaning to get married.

The adjective marīt-us -a, -um meaning matrimonial or nuptial could also be used in the masculine. Author of A history of matrimonial institutions chiefly in England and the United States, with an introductory analysis of the literature and the theories of primitive marriage and the family, The American University and the American Man, and The American University And The American Man.

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Author: George Elliott Howard.Trained in history at the University of Nebraska (A.B.Ph.D. ), Howard also completed historical and juridical studies in Germany and France during A History of Matrimonial Institutions is a tour de force in the interrelated fields of history, law, anthropology, and sociology.

THE SCHOLARLY CONTEXT OF HOWARD'S STUDY OF MARRIAGE.