THE LIFE OF HENRY GEORGE

By His Son

HENRY GEORGE, JR. 1904


CONTENTS


FIRST PERIOD 
Formation of the Character



CHAPTER I (1839-1855)
BIRTH AND EARLY TRAINING


CHAPTER II (1855-1856)
BEFORE THE MAST


CHAPTER III (1856-1857)
LEARNS TO SET TYPE


CHAPTER IV (1858)
WORKS HIS PASSAGE TO CALIFORNIA


CHAPTER V (1858)
AT THE FRAZER RIVER GOLD FIELDS


CHAPTER VI (1858-1859)
TOSSED ABOUT BY FORTUNE


CHAPTER VII (1860-1861)
SIX PRINTERS AND A NEWSPAPER


CHAPTER VIII (1861)
COURTSHIP AND RUNAWAY MARRIAGE


CHAPTER IX (1861-1865)
SUFFERS EXTREME PRIVATION


CHAPTER X (1865-1866)
BEGINS WRITING AND TALKING


CHAPTER XI (1866-1869)
MANAGING EDITOR AND CORRESPONDENT


SECOND PERIOD 
Formulation of the Philosophy


 



CHAPTER I (1869)
COMMENCES THE GREAT INQUIRY


CHAPTER II (1869-1871)
STRIFE AND THE NATURAL ORDER


CHAPTER III (1871)
ANSWERS THE RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX


CHAPTER IV (1871-1875)
THE SAN FRANCISCO EVENING POST


CHAPTER V (1873-1876)
DOMESTIC LIFE


CHAPTER VI (1876-1877)
FIRST SET POLITICAL SPEECH


CHAPTER VII (1877)
LECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA


CHAPTER VIII (1877)
A FOURTH OF JULY ORATION


CHAPTER IX (1877-1878)
PROGRESS AND POVERTY BEGUN


CHAPTER X (1878-1879)
PROGRESS AND POVERTY FINISHED

 


THIRD PERIOD 
Propagation of the Philosophy


 



 

CHAPTER I (1879-1880)
PROGRESS AND POVERTY PUBLISHED


CHAPTER II (1880-1881)
COMMENCING THE NEW YORK CAREER


CHAPTER III (1881-1882)
THE IRISH LAND LEAGUE MOVEMENT


CHAPTER IV (1882)
STARTING THE REVOLUTION IN GREAT BRITAIN


CHAPTER V (1882-1883)
KINDLING THE FIRE AT HOME


CHAPTER VI (1884)
BRITISH LECTURE CAMPAIGN


CHAPTER VII (1884-1886)
PROTECTION OR FREE TRADE?


CHAPTER VIII (1886)
CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF NEW YORK


CHAPTER IX (1886-1887)
THE STANDARD AND THE ANTI-POVERTY SOCIETY


CHAPTER X (1887-1889)
PROGRESS THROUGH DISSENSIONS


CHAPTER XI (1890)
AUSTRALIA AND AROUND THE WORLD


CHAPTER XII (1891-1897)
PERSONAL AND DOMESTIC MATTERS


CHAPTER XIII (1891-1896)
THE LAST BOOKS


CHAPTER XIV (1897)
THE LAST CAMPAIGN


PHOTOGRAPHS



[A]   Bust of H.G.


[B] House where H.G. was born


[C] H.G. at about five


[D] H.G. less than fourteen


[E] Just before going to sea


[F] H.G.’s mother and sister


[G] When learning to set type


[H] H.G.’s father


[I] Annie C. Fox (Mrs George)


[J] H.G. at 26


[K] H.G. at 32


[L] Shortly after writing Progress and Poverty


[M] London lecture tour


[N] Mrs George


[O] Work-room in the old house at Fort Hamilton


[P] Exterior of old mansion at Fort Hamilton


[Q] Last photograph taken


[R] Denis Kearney


[S] Edward R. Taylor


[T] John Swett


[U] Judge cartoon


 


 

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