1 edition of Henry George, the Transatlantic Irish, and their times found in the catalog.
Henry George, the Transatlantic Irish, and their times
Kenneth C. Wenzer
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Kenneth C. Wenzer|
|Series||Research in the history of economic thought and methodology -- vol 27-B|
|Contributions||George, Henry, 1839-1897|
|LC Classifications||HB119.G4 H46 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liii, 539 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||539|
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The American political economist Henry George devoted his life to the single tax. Virtually forgotten today, his best seller "Progress and Poverty" influenced. mikemccarthycomedy.com: Henry George, the Transatlantic Irish, and Their Times (Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology) (): Ross B.
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Get this from a library. Henry George, the Transatlantic Irish, and their times. [Kenneth C Wenzer;] -- The American political economist Henry George devoted his life to the single tax. Virtually forgotten today, his best seller Progress and Poverty influenced numerous people in the English-speaking.
Jun 23, · Colum McCann’s new novel, “TransAtlantic,” lifts off with a roar. The year is the Transatlantic Irish, just after the end of the First World War: “It was that time of the century when the idea of a gentleman.
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This Book Set consists of: * - A Research Annual (Part A) * - Henry George, The Transatlantic Irish, and their Times (Part B) * - Documents from Glenn Johnson and F. Taylor Ostrander (Part C) "Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology" is an annual research series which presents in three volumes materials in two fields, Author: Warren J.
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Transatlantic is a forth coming book from writer Colum McCann and is centered around both Ireland and America. The book is divided into two sections. The first section contains three seemingly unrelated stories.
The first of a transatlantic flight of two World War I veterans/5. The Transatlantic Irish Henry George Kendall of the Empress and the Storstad’s chief officer Alfred Toftenes used their fog whistles to signal their manoeuvres, but they had difficulties making out each other.
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The Ulster Historical Foundation is to publish a new book – Transatlantic Lives: The Irish Experience in Colonial America – in September. Edited by Linde Lunney, James Quinn and Dr William Roulston, it features sixty biographical essays from the Royal Irish Academy’s Dictionary of Irish Biography and details the careers of a selection of Irish emigrants to North America in the colonial.
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A Union Forever: The Irish Question and U.S. Foreign Relations in the Victorian Age. Henry George Papers. MicroÞ lm. 15 reels. Manuscripts and Archives Division, New ed. Henry George, the Transatlantic Irish, and Their Times.
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Inthe Irish-born writer Colum McCann strung a collection of interconnected New York lives along a tightrope between New York’s twin towers.
Australian Dictionary of Biography: Henry George (), social reformer, was born on 2 September in Philadelphia, United States of America, the first son of Richard Samuel Henry George and his wife Catherine Pratt, née Vallance.
Social Reformer. Transatlantic Lives: The Irish Experience in Colonial America features sixty biographical essays from the Royal Irish Academy’s Dictionary of Irish Biography, detailing the careers of a selection of Irish emigrants to North America in the colonial period (including the British territories that would later become Canada).
Henry George was determined to complete his book on political economy (subsequently published as The Science of Political Economy) but in March his health began to mikemccarthycomedy.com: Jack Schwartzman. Start studying American history (book) chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Henry George, the tax would destroy monopolies distribute what more equally and eliminate poverty. He delivered the lecture acres of diamonds or than times between and Russell Conwell. Jun 28, · In “TransAtlantic,” Colum McCann uses a historic nonstop flight as a narrative anchor to take a kaleidoscopic look at more than years of American and Irish history.
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Henry George, the Transatlantic Irish, and their times / edited by Kenneth C. Wenzer Emmett, Ross B [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries. This resource is. Jun 01, · His new novel, TransAtlantic, likewise dramatises Irish-American encounters, and once again features elements of nonfiction, and a gravity-defying central metaphor.
The story begins in Author: Theo Tait. Jun 04, · McCann's 'TransAtlantic' Crosses Fiction And Fact, Ireland And U.S.
Novelist Colum McCann decided to write about the ties that bind his homeland. Henry George's letters to his wife, Annie Fox George, and elder son, Henry George, Jr., are included here; their letters to him are in Series VI (Family Papers).
There are also many letters to and from Henry George's parents and other relatives. Early correspondence concerns his sea voyage and his life and work in California.
“The Last Tax” reveals the centrality of George’s ideas to the era’s transatlantic exchange of social political ideas and reform technologies. This study also builds on the work of Charles Albro Barker and his account of George’s life. Aug 16, · An Amazon Best Book of the Month, June McCann’s stunning sixth novel is a brilliant tribute to his loamy, lyrical and complicated Irish homeland, and an ode to the ties that, across time and space, bind Ireland and mikemccarthycomedy.com book begins with three transatlantic crossings, each a novella within a novel: Frederick Douglas’s visit to Ireland; the flight of British aviators /5().
Henry James, American novelist and, as a naturalized English citizen froma great figure in the transatlantic culture. His fundamental theme was the innocence and exuberance of the New World in clash with the corruption and wisdom of the Old, as illustrated in such works as Daisy Miller.
In this novel, Colum McCann writes about four men: Jack Alcock, Teddy Brown, Frederick Douglass, and Senator George Mitchell. Were you familiar with any or all of these figures before reading TransAtlantic. Did what you learn about them surprise you. Do you find their journeys thematically linked.
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May 23, · TransAtlantic is divided into two books. It opens inin a cottage by a lough, but nips swiftly back to and a terrific feat of human persistence and ingenuity: Alcock and Brown’s 4/5.
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Lily Duggan is a maid in a Quaker household in Ireland when Fredrick Douglass comes to the country for a visit. The 19th-century novelist Henry James was also of partly Irish descent. While Irish Americans have been underrepresented in the plastic arts, two well-known American painters claim Irish roots.
20th-century painter Georgia O'Keeffe was born to an Irish-American father, and 19th-century trompe-l'œil painter William Harnett emigrated from.
The New York Public Library Humanities and Social Sciences Library But times were hard in the West, and George found only temporary jobs as a typesetter.
Henry George, Jr., are included here; their letters to him are in Series VI (Family Papers). There are also many letters to and from Henry George's parents and other relatives. Feb 17, · "Lincoln and the Irish" by Niall O'Dowd reveals the untold story of Abraham Lincoln and the Irish during the Civil War.
“If you are a fan of Lincoln like me you will love this book.” - Liam Neeson. This book is about three journeys across the Atlantic Ocean, widely separated by years, and the interconnections they wrought.
At first it seems like the first transatlantic flight from Newfoundland to Ireland, the visit of Frederick Douglass to Dublin and Cork, and Senator George Mitchell's efforts to bring about peace in Northern Ireland are totally unrelated%().David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, OM, PC (17 January – 26 March ) was a British statesman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom between and He was the final Liberal to hold the mikemccarthycomedy.comen: 5 (including Richard, Gwilym, Megan,).Apr 04, · This Week in Fiction: Colum McCann.
By Deborah Treisma n. April 4, and Senator George Mitchell in the nineteen-nineties. At this very moment I’m Author: Deborah Treisman.