Caring for your own dead

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Upper Access, Incorporated, Jul 1, 1987 - Social Science - 343 pages
A guide to help the reader in making choices in dealing with death, funeral arrangements, and burial, also includes many of the legal implications.

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This book starts with 3 stories of how the death of family members was handled, which help us understand Carlson's perspective. The next chapter gives us a historical perspective on home funerals ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgements
5
Part
11
A Historical Perspective
21
Eternal Sleep Family
33
Public Religious and Family
40
Necessary Information
51
Alabama
74
Arkansas
85
Delaware
117
Hawaii
136
Illinois
142
270
224
Appendix
305
Glossary
339
Copyright

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