Herbert Welsh papers, 1895-1913.


Herbert Welsh papers, 1895-1913.

Chiefly correspondence and documents relating to efforts opposing American imperialism in the Philippines ...

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Herbert Welsh established the Indian Rights Association in 1882, and served as the organization's corresponding secretary, president and president emeritus. The Association investigated and publicized conditions of Indians, and was particularly successful in arousing public interest and exposing frauds on reservations. Bishop William Hobart Hare (1839-1909), known as the "Apostle to the Sioux," was appointed in 1872 Bishop of Niobrara, which was expanded and renamed the ...

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Clark, John Bates, 1847-1938

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Professor of Economics, Columbia University, 1895-1923, and Director of the Division of Economics and History, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1911-1923. When John Bates Clark turned eighty years old in 1927, the occasion was marked with extraordinary aplomb. Eighty guests from Clark's professional and personal life were invited to a celebratory dinner, including such notables as Nicholas Murray Butler, Irving Fisher, Franklin H. Giddings, Jacob H. Hollander,...

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Cridge, Alfred Denton.

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Brown, William Montgomery, 1855-1937

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Clement, Robert.

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Durham, John Stevens, 1861-

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Abbot, George Maurice.

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Allen, Walter, 1840-1907

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Walter Allen, born in Birmingham in 1911, was the fourth son of Charles Allen and his wife, Annie. He was educated at King Edward's Grammar School, Aston and then at Birmingham University. After graduation he became a freelance writer and during the course of his career was a prolific contributor to all kinds of publications. Allen was one of a small group of novelists, which included John Hampson, Henry Green and Leslie Halward, working in Birmingham in the later 1930s. His first n...

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