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Suggested the establishment of a system of sanitary police, with state and health departments enforcing regulations, written before the Civil War, but not implemented until 1869.

Report of Massachusetts Sanitary Commission

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New York State health bill, most comprehensive and powerful law passed by states.

Metropolitan Health Bill

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Basis for present-day federal authority in the health field.

Federal Quarantine Act

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Minister of All Souls church in NYC, organized the "Sanitary Commission" to help union soliders and their families.

Dr. Henry Bellows

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Built first American crematory in 1876 for his own cremation.

Dr. Julius Lemoyne

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Erected a crematory in 1886 in Pennslyvania, founded a cremation society and published "The Modern Crematist."

Dr. M.L.Davis

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Preached on cremation, sermon entitled "The Disposal of Our Dead" in 1874

Reverend O.B. Frothingham

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"Father of the Memorial Society Movement", founded "Cremation Society of America" in 1913.

Dr. Hugo Erichsen (1860-1942)

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First formal organization of undertakers founded January, 1864; established "Black Book" to list delinquent or objectionable clients.

Undertakers Mutual Protective Association of Philadelphia

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Founded 1868, much larger than UMPAP but had the same goals.

Chicago Undertakers Association

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Michigan undertaker who organized the first state association of Jackson, Michigan in 1880, elected president; ultimate goal was formation of a national association.

Allen Durfee

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Originally Funeral Directors National Association, founded in 1882.

National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA)

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First trade paper, eventually became "Sunnyside" (no longer published).

The Undertaker

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Name changed to The American Funeral Director, still published today.

The Western Undertaker

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Wrote "An act pertaining to the care, preparation and disposition of the dead; and to insure the better education of the funeral director" and distributed it to state associations to be used as a guide for establishment of state boards.

Hudson Sampson

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Wrote "Undertakers Manual", published in 1878; instructed small number of undertakers.

Professor Auguste Renouard

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Son of Auguste Renouard, founded first non-commercial proprietary school in 1884.

Charles Renouard

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He began the Cincinnati School of Embalming in 1862, the oldest mortuary school in existence. He also founded a chemical company that is still in business today.

Joseph H. Clarke

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He was the principal of the Massachusetts College of Embalming, and later opened his own school as well as his own chemical company (still in existence today).

A. Johnson Dodge

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He had the largest traveling emblaming school in the country from 1890-1900; later he traveled to London and taught chemical emblaming to English undertakers. he was called the "Dean of Emablmings of the English Speaking People."

Felix A. Sullivan

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Produces the National Board Exams for the US and Canada; provides testing services to states for state laws, rules and regulations.

International Conference of Funeral Service Embalming Board

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Sole accrediting agency for mortuary science programs.

American Board of Funeral Service Education

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Voting member of the ABFSE, covers all university and community college mortuary science programs.

University Mortuary Science Education Association

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Voting member of ABFSE, covers all trade school mortuary science programs.

National Association of Colleges of Mortuary Science

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NFDA committee that troubleshoots hostile media coverage and publishes "Director" (trade journal of the NFDA).

Institute of Mortuary Research

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Trade association of independently owned funeral homes.

Selected Independent Funeral Homes

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Traditionally an African-American association, founded in 1924, now open to all.

National Funeral Directors and Morticians Association

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Provides professional consultation on general business practices, products, and services, and cooperative support to members of the association.

Order of the Golden Rule

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Sets out regulations fo rthe donation of organs, tissues, and other human body parts in the United States.

Uniform Anatomical Gift Act