From cover: 5th ed.
|Statement||Edited by Ernest Morgan with the assistance of the Continental Association of Funeral and Memorial Societies and its member organizations; the medical schools of the U. S. and Canada; the Eye-Banks, Kidney Foundation and other anatomical gift programs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
OCLC Number: Notes: From cover: 5th ed. Description: 63 pages 22 cm: Responsibility: Edited by Ernest Morgan with the assistance of the Continental Association of Funeral and Memorial Societies and its member organizations; the medical schools of the U.S. and Canada; the Eye-Banks, Kidney Foundation and other anatomical gift programs. Death brings problems—psychological, social, economic, and medical. Various customs and social conventions, often desirable, often prejudicial to the survivors, nevertheless may have a strong hold. And in the shock of grief the family may not be able to face adequately the inevitable problems. A Author: Lester S. King. So says Ernest Morgan in his modest pamphlet, A Manual of Death Education and Simple Burial which just happens to pack far more value into its, 64 pages than do many lengthy books on the subject. A Manual of Death Education and Simple Burial Paperback – January 1, by Ernest Morgan (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ernest Morgan Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central Author: Ernest Morgan.
BOOK REVIEWS A Manual of Simple Burial. Edited by Ernest Morgan. Burnsville, N.C.: Celo Press, Pp. $, The high cost of burial has been agitating Americans for a good many years. Somehow an ornate burial is believed to confer status. Chicago gangsters used to spend well over $10,, and even up to $25,, for the interment ofany Cited by: 1. A short message at the cemetery is customary. If more than one minister conducts the service with you, allow them to give scripture, recite a poem, or perhaps sing a hymn. Provide a short message, such as reading Psalms 23 and sharing additional words of comfort. Most ministers suggest a message of about 5 . Includes bibliographical references and index Introduction to the fourteenth edition -- Foreword (by Jessica Mitford) -- Preface: How this book happened -- Introduction: About accepting death -- Death education -- Living with dying -- Bereavement -- The right to die -- Simple burial and cremation -- Funeral consumer organizations -- Death ceremonies -- How the dead can help the living Pages: "Beyond the Book" articles; Free books to read and review (US only) Find books by time period, setting & theme; Read-alike suggestions by book and author; Book club discussions; and much more! Just $12 for a year or $39 for 3 months More about membership!
A Manual of Death Education and Simple Burial by Ernest Morgan. Celo Press. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. A site dedicated to book lovers providing a forum to discover and share commentary about the books and authors they enjoy. Author interviews, book reviews and lively book commentary are found here. Content includes books from bestselling, midlist and debut authors. The VVA Book of Prayers and Services contains suggested services for use upon the death of a VVA member or VVA Associate, as well as services for Memorial Day or Veterans Day. There is a service for use when we recall those who are listed as “Missing in Action” or who may remain as “Prisoners of War.” Prayers are included for opening. This order is intended primarily for burial in the ground. However, it can be adapted for cremation or the interment of ashes, for burial above ground or at sea, or for donation of the body for medical purposes. If the family requests that there be military, fraternal, or other rites in addition to the Service of Committal, the pastor should.