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Hints From Utopian Schools. No. II. Unfolding Further Details of Their System. Oxford, Eng.: John Henry Parker, 1851.
Hints From Utopian Schools on Prefects. Being Two Addresses Delivered by the Warden of a New Collegiate School in that Happy Land. Oxford, Eng.: John Henry Parker, 1850.
Thurston, Robert(b. 1936). “The Hippie-Dip File” In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Vol. 42.3 (250)., 1972.
Collins, Lisa M.. “Hiroto’s Legacy” In Coming Around Again [At the head of the title The Central Arkansas Speculative Fiction Writers’ Group Presents], Edited by Howard, Tom. San Bernardino, CA: CreateSpace, 2016.
Weston, George [T.](1880-1968). His First Million Women. New York: Farrar Rinehart, 1934.
Smith, William Augustus. His Pseudoic Majesty or The Knights of the Fleece. New York: Liberty Pub. Co, 1903.
Ian, Janis(b. 1951). “His Sweat Like Stars of the Rio Grande” In Welcome to Dystopia: Forty-five Visions of What Lies Ahead, Edited by Van Gelder, Gordon(b. 1966). New York: O/R Books, 2018.
Newcomb, Simon(1835-1909). His Wisdom, The Defender. New York: Harper and Bros, 1900.
Malti-Douglas, Fedwa(b. 1946). Hisland: Adventures in Ac-Ac-ademe. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1999.
Psalmanaazaar, George [pseud.]. An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa, an Island Subject to the Emperor of Japan. Giving an Account of the Religion, Customs, Manners, & c. of the Inhabitants. Together with a Relation of what happen'd to the Author in his Travels; particularly his Conferences with the Jesuits, and others, in several Parts of Europe. Also the History and Reasons of his Conversion to Christianity, with his Objections against it (in defence of Paganism) and their Answers. To which is prefix'd, A Preface in Vindication of himself from the Reflections of a Jesuit lately come from China, with an Account of what passed between them. London: Ptd. for Dan. Brown, G. Strahan, and W. Davis, and Fran. Coggan, 1704.
[Jenkins], [William Fitzgerald](1896-1975). "Historical Note" In Astounding Science Fiction . Vol. 46.6., 1951.
Pearson, Derek(b. 1966). History. A Two Hour Sci-Fi Drama. Lower Hutt, New Zealand: Author/Halcyon Pictures, 1998.
Foster, Voss. "The History Book" In Alternative Truths, Edited by Radford, Phyllis Irene(b. 1950) and Brown, Bob. Benton City, WA: B Cubed Press, 2017.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). A History Maker. Edinburgh, Scot.: Canongate, 1994.
Cade, Octavia(b. 1977). “The History of a Coral Future” In You Are My Sunshine and Other Stories ., 2023.
[Witherspoon], [John](1723-94). The History of a Corporation of Servants. Discovered a few Years ago in the Interior Parts of South America. Containing some very Surprising Events and Extraordinary Characters. Glasgow, Scot.: Ptd. for John Gilmour, 1765.
[Cowen], [H.]. The History of a Voyage to the Moon; with an Account of the Adventurers' Sub-Sequent Discoveries. An Exhumed Narrative Supposed to Have Been Ejected from a Lunar Volcano, Edited by Trueman, Chrysostom [pseud.]. London: Lockwood, 1864.
[Barlow], [James William](1826-1913). History of a World of Immortals Without a God: Translated from an Unpublished Manuscript in the Library of a Continental University. Dublin, Ireland: William McGee, 1891.
[Johnstone], [Charles](ca. 1719-c. 1800). The History of Arsaces, Prince of Betlis. Vol. 2 Vols. London: Ptd. for T. Becket, 1774.
Wilson, Daniel H[oward](b. 1978). “A History of Barbed Wire” In A People’s Future of the United States: Speculative Fiction from 25 Extraordinary Writers, Edited by LaValle, Victor(b. 1972) and Adams, John Joseph(b. 1976). New York: One World, 2019.
The History of Bullanabee and Clinkataboo, Two Recently Discovered Islands in the Pacific. London: Ptd. for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1828.
W[ilson], M[iles]. The History of Israel Jobson, the Wandering Jew. Giving a Description of his Pedigree, Travels in this lower World, and his Assumption thro’ the Starry Regions, conducted by a Guardian Angel, exhibiting in a curious Manner the Shapes, Lives, and Customs of the Inhabitants of the Moon and Planets; touching upon the great and memorable Comet in 1758, and interwoven all along with the Solution of the Phenomena of the true Solar System, and Principles of Natural Philosophy, concording with the latest Discoveries of the most able Astronomers. Translated from the Original Chinese by M.W.. London: Ptd. for J. Nickolson, 1757.
Cooke, David Ewin. The History of Lewistonia. Point Highest: Cooke Pub. Co, 1934.
More, Hannah(1745-1833). The History of Mr Fantom, The New Fashioned Philosopher and His Man William. [London}: Sold by J. Marshall, London. By S. Hazard, at Bath; J. Elder, at Edinburgh , 1797.
Klein, R[obert] E.. The History of Our World Beyond the Wave. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co, 1998.

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