"The Lake of Gold: A Narrative of the Anglo-American Conquest of Europe"

Title"The Lake of Gold: A Narrative of the Anglo-American Conquest of Europe"
Year for Search1902
Authors[Jones], [George Chetwynd Griffith](1857-1906)
Tertiary AuthorsGeorge Griffith [pseud.]
Secondary TitleArgosy
Volume / Edition41.1 - 42.4
Pagination63-85, 279-94, 485-98, 698-711; 149-62, 333-47, 518-29, 713-23
Date PublishedDecember 1902 - July 1903
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Eutopia. Power of money used for good–free trade, trusts abolished, no strikes or lockouts, arbitration, and no war.

Additional Publishers

Repub. as by George Griffith [pseud.]. London: F. V. White, 1903.

Info Notes

Pseudonym

George Griffith [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

DLC, L, O

Author Note

The author (1857-1906) changed his legal name from Jones to Griffith in 1894.

Full Text

1902-03 [Jones, George Chetwynd Griffith, afterwards Griffith, George Chetwynd] (1857-1906). “The Lake of Gold: A Narrative of the Anglo-American Conquest of Europe.” Argosy 41.1 - 42.4 (December 1902 - July 1903): 63-85, 279-94, 485-98, 698-711; 149-62, 333-47, 518-29, 713-23. Repub. as by George Griffith [pseud.]. London: F. V. White, 1903. The author’s name is given in different ways in different library catalogs and bibliographies; I have followed the British Library. DLC, L, O

Eutopia. Power of money used for good–free trade, trusts abolished, no strikes or lockouts, arbitration, and no war. The author changed his legal name from Jones to Griffith in 1894.