James M. Peebles

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James M. Peebles
James Martin Peebles - portrait.jpg
As pictured in A History of California and an Extended History of Los Angeles and Environs, 1915.
Born 23 March 1822(1822-03-23)
Whittingham, Vermont
Died 15 February 1922 (99)
Los Angeles, California
Nationality American
Alma mater Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery (M.D., 1876; M.A., 1877); Medical University of Chicago (Ph.D., 1882)
Spouse(s) Mary Mahala Conkey (m. 1852)

James Martin Peebles (March 23, 1822 - February 15, 1922) was an American physician, politician, Christian minister, and later an ardent Spiritualist and Theosophist, notably the author of many books in his varied fields of interest.

Selected Bibliography

  • Peebles, J. M. (1861), The Seers of the Ages 
  • Peebles, J. M. (1880), Immortality and our Future Homes 
  • Peebles, J. M. (1898), Three Journeys Around the World, Or, Travels In the Pacific Islands, New Zealand, Australia, Ceylon, India, Egypt and Other Oriental Countries 
  • Peebles, J. M., The Demonism of the Ages: Spirit Obsessions So Common In Spiritism, Oriental And Occidental Occultism 
  • Peebles, J. M., Spirit Mates, Their Origin And Destiny, Sex-life, Marriage, Divorce 
  • Peebles, J. M., Death Defeated, or the Psychic Secret of How to Keep Young 
  • Peebles, J. M., Ninety Years Young and Healthy — How and Why 
  • Peebles, J. M., Buddhism And Christianity Face to Face: Or, An Oral Discussion Between the Rev. Migettuwatte, a Buddhist Priest, And Rev. D. Silva, an English Clergyman. Held At Pantura, Ceylon 
  • Peebles, J. M., The Pathway of the Human Spirit 
  • Peebles, J. M., Compulsory Vaccination - A Curse And a Menace to Personal Liberty: With Statistics Showing Its Dangers And Criminality 

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