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[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.
[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 History of a World of Immortals Without a God: Translated from an Unpublished Manuscript in the Library of a Continental University.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.
A History of the Customs, Manners, and Religion, of the Moon. To Which Are Annexed, Several Specimens of Lunar Poetry; and the Characters of the Most Distinguished Personages. Dublin, Ireland: Ptd. by John Hillary, 1782.
[Stone], [Charles John](1837-1886). History of the Decline and Fall of the British Empire. Vol. Ye Leadenhalle Presse Pamphlet No. 1. London: Field & Tuer, Ye Leadenhalle Press; Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; Hamilton, Adams & Co, 1884.
[Gale], [Frederick]. The History of the English Revolution of 1867, Edited by Friedrich, Wykehamicus Esq. [pseud.]. London: P.S. King, 1867.
Lorie, Peter, and Murray-Clark, Sidd. History of the Future: A Chronology. New York: Doubleday & Co, 1989.
[Morgan], [Joseph](1671-ca. 1749). The History of the Kingdom of Basaruah, Containing A Relation of the most Memorable Transactions, Revolutions and Heroick Exploits in that Kingdom, from the first Foundation thereof unto this present time. Collected from the most Antient Records of that Country, and Translated into our Language, not only for Delight, but for the abundant Instruction that may be learned there-from, in these Remote Parts. Written in Discharge of the Trust reposed in the Author by his Majesty, for the Discovery of Foreign things. Boston, MA [Actually New York]: Np [Actually Bradford], 1715.
[Vairasse d'Allais], [Denis](c. 1637-c. 1683). The History of the Sevarites or Sevarambi; a Nation inhabiting part of the third Continent, Commonly called, Terra Australis Incognitae. With an Account of their admirable Government, Religion, Customs, and Language. Written By one Captain Siden [pseud.]. A worthy Person, Who, together with many others, was Cast upon those Coasts, and lived many Years in that Country. London: Ptd. for Henry Brome, 1675.
Van Dalsem, Newton. History of the Utopian Society of America; An Authentic Account of Its Origin and Development Up to 1942. Los Angeles, CA: The Utopian Society, 1942.
Dawson, Delilah S.(b. 1977). Hit. New York: Simon Pulse, 2015.
Faucette, John M[atthew] Jr.(1943-2003). “Hitman for a Day” In Black Science Fiction Stories. Infinity Haverford, PA, 2002.
Lyga, Barry(b. 1971), and Baden, Marion. The Hive, Edited by Beals, Jennifer(b. 1963) and Jacobson, Tom. Toronto, ON, Canada: Kids Can Press, 2019.
Betts, A[manda] J.. Hive. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Pan Macmillan, 2018.