The Conquest: A Story of the Present, and Future, Real and Ideal. This Story Delineates in Part the Greatest Conception of the Age, and is the Most Important Work of Fiction Since "Uncle Tom's Cabin"

TitleThe Conquest: A Story of the Present, and Future, Real and Ideal. This Story Delineates in Part the Greatest Conception of the Age, and is the Most Important Work of Fiction Since "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Year for Search1884
AuthorsTruman, O[rson] H[arold]
Tertiary AuthorsTruman, O. H.
Date Published1884
PublisherO.H. Truman
Place PublishedMonticello, IA
KeywordsMale author, US author
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Religious transformation and political organization achieves eutopia. Temperance. Enfranchisement of women. Wages sufficient for a decent life. One language. See also his The Seventh Angel’s Blast and Christian Government. A Lecture. Fairfield, NB: Author, 1903.

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[Rev. ed.] without the second subtitle. La Crosse, KS: O.H. Truman, [1909].

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1884 Truman, O[rson] H[arold]. The Conquest: A Story of the Present, and Future, Real and Ideal. This Story Delineates in Part the Greatest Conception of the Age, and is the Most Important Work of Fiction Since “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Monticello, IA: O.H. Truman. [Rev. ed.] without the second subtitle. La Crosse, KS: O.H. Truman, [1909]. DLC

Religious transformation and political organization achieves eutopia. Temperance. Enfranchisement of women. Wages sufficient for a decent life. One language. See also his The Seventh Angel’s Blast and Christian Government. A Lecture. Fairfield, NB: Author, 1903.