John B. Newman
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|John B. Newman|
Kingston, Upper Canada, B.N.A.
|Died||21 April 1853 (29-30) |
Newark, New Jersey
|Burial||Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Newark, N.J.|
|Alma mater||New York University, Medical College (1843)|
John B. Newman (c. 1823 - April 21, 1853) was an British Canadian-born physician and teacher, author and editor of several books on botany, medicine (including phrenology, mesmerism, and homeopathy), and history, notably regarding a hypothesis regarding the Atlantean origins of the natives of the Americas and their ultimate migrations.
- Newman, John B. (1847), Fascination, or the Philosophy of Charming, New York: Fowler and Wells, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/011617906
- Newman, John B. (1848), The Early Peopling of America, and Its Discovery Before the Time of Columbus, New York: Thomas Husted & Co., https://archive.org/details/cihm_37197
- Newman, John B. (1849), Origin of the Red Men: an Authentic History of the Peopling of America by the Atlantians and Tyrians; the Origin of the Toltecs, the Description and History of Atlantis, New York: John C. Wells, https://archive.org/details/originofredmenau00newm_0
- Newman, John B. (1851), The Natural History of Man: Showing His Three Aspects of Plant, Beast, and Angel, New York: Fowler and Wells, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100594749
- ↑ "Death of Dr. John B. Newman", The Student 7: 31, May 1853, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=nyp.33433081660858&view=1up&seq=43