Download e-book for iPad: Breathing Space: How Allergies Shape Our Lives and by Gregg Mitman

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By Gregg Mitman

ISBN-10: 0300110359

ISBN-13: 9780300110357

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The Manchester physician Charles H. Blackley observed in his seminal 1873 treatise on hay fever that among his hay fever patients the overwhelming majority were clergy and doctors. ’’10 Why had hay fever, unknown prior to the nineteenth century, become more common? Blackley turned to the economic and environmental history of Great Britain to account for its apparent rise among urban professionals. Before the Industrial Revolution, he argued, a large portion of the population in England was exposed to the atmospheric conditions of country life, either through the cultivation of the soil or the production of woolen, linen, and cotton goods, largely in rural villages and towns.

30 Hay fever resorts reinforced the impression that hay fever was a white, middle- and upper-class disease, despite letters from occasional less fortunate sufferers that suggested otherwise. E. J. Marsh, a physician in Paterson, New Jersey, recognized this problem in the hay fever censuses conducted by both Wyman and Beard, who gathered their disease statistics almost solely in hay fever resort areas. Not surprisingly, they found that the disease allegedly afflicted twice as many men as women and that it was rarely found among African Americans or Native Americans.

Morrill Wyman offered an answer. ’’ The dust and smoke associated with railroads were the bane of many a sufferer, a cruel irony given the necessity to travel by rail to find relief (Figure 8). 77 Preserving the purity of place took on urgency as hay fever tourists saw and felt the beneficial properties of an exempt region wane. Contrary to the claims of town boosters and hotel owners, not every year was free from symptoms in hay fever resort areas.

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