Its Origin, Progress and Decline in AmericaBook - 2000?
Bundling was an important part of American courting life, enjoyed by all good country maids and men and blessed by honest folk. During the nineteenth century, many elders clothed bundling in a licentious mantle, and a dark veil was drawn over the subject. Henry Reed Stiles, no believer in the theory that objectionable portions of history should be kept in the shadows, here defrocks these misconceptions and sheds light on this lost American custom and its origins. This book was banned in Boston in 1872.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Applewood Books, [2000?]
Branch Call Number: 392.4 St
Description: 146 pages ; 18 cm