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Helper, Hinton R.
Helper, Hinton Rowan
Hinton Rowan Helper
Hinton Rowan Helper (American activist)
Rowan Helper, Hinton
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Beebe, Lucius Morris (1902-1966)
Canonge, L. Placide (1822-1893)
Canonge, Louis Placide (1822-1893)
Fitzhugh, George (1806-1881)
Fredrickson, George M. (1934-2008)
Gilmer, John Harmer
Lincoln Collection (Library of Congress)
Miers, Earl Schenck (1910-1972))
Sporer, Paul D.
Wish, Harvey (1909-)
Ante-bellum writings of George Fitzhugh and Hinton Rowan Helper on slavery.
Bolivia, as the insidious author and persistent perpetrator of a new international crime ... For fifteen years, now going on sixteen, Bolivia owes for her national maps, and always promises to pay for them, but seems secretly determined never to do it. Will she pay for them now? An appeal to the Congress of the United States for justice in behalf of the claimant, Joseph H. Colton, by his attorney, Hinton Rowan Helper.
Dreadful California, being a true and scandalous account of the barbarous civilization, licentious morals, crude manners and depravities, inclement climate and niggling resources, together with various other offensive and calamitous details of life in the Golden State
Hinton Rowan Helper correspondence
Impending crisis of the South
land of gold. Reality versus fiction., The
negroes in negroland; the negroes in America; and negroes generally. Also, the several races of white men, considered as the involuntary and predestined supplanters of the black races., The
Nojoque a question for a continent
Noonday exigencies in America.
Oddments of Andean diplomacy; and other oddments; including a proposition for a double-track steel railway from the westerly shores of Hudson bay to the midway margin of the strait of Magellan; the two terminal points, measured along the line contemplated, being nearly, if not quite, eight thousand miles apart; together with an inquiry whether, in view of certain facts of grave international and intercontinental polity and proceedings herein portrayed, the proposed road should not, in all justice and fairness, and in conformity with the highest attributes of republican foresight and vigilance, be deflected so far away from Brazil as to cut her off entirely from its boundless benefits, so long as her antiquated and antagonistic system of government remains imperial or otherwise monarchical.
Revolution und Abolution. -
Thirteen papers in support of Mr. Helper's scheme for constructing longitudinal double-track steel railway through North and Central and South America.
three Americas railway. An international and intercontinental enterprise, outlined in numerous formal disquisitions and five elaborate essays, The
War of races. By whom it is sought to be brought about. Considered in two letters, with copious extracts from the recent work of Hilton [!] R. Helper