Ten Men of Money Island, or The Primer of Finance

TitleTen Men of Money Island, or The Primer of Finance
Year for Search1884
AuthorsNorton, Seymour F[rancis](b. 1841)
Date Published1884/1891
PublisherSentinel Pub. Co.
Place PublishedChicago, IL
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia brought about through tax reform. Possibly the most widely circulated Populist pamphlet presented as a sequel to Robert H. Cowdrey’s A Tramp in Society. Chicago, IL: F. J. Schulte, 1891.  See the “Preface” to 1896 Flürscheim, where he says that over 500,000  copies of the  U. S.  ed. of Ten Men of Money Island had been sold. Flürscheim’s book was a response to Norton.

Additional Publishers

Rev. ed. Chicago, IL: Sentinel Pub. Co., 1891. Rpt. Chicago, IL: F. J. Schulte, [1891]; and Chicago, IL: The Schulte Pub. Co., 1895. Ariel Library Series, no. 5, June 1895 with an Appendix by Henry Seymour of the Free Currency Propaganda that criticizes Norton. Also published Girard, KS: Appeal Publishing Co., 1902; and, without the subtitle and not marked rev. ed. but with the “Appendix” (145-61) by Henry Seymour. London: William Reeves, [1895]. Bellamy Library No. 27. Parts were originally supposedly published in The Chicago Sentinel (1879) (Not found), and the first pamphlet ed. was supposedly published in 1884 (Not found), and it was serialized in the New York World that year.

Translation Note

Translated into Norwegian as Ti mænd paa pengeøen, eller, Statsøkonomiens A-B-C. Crookston, MN: Trykt i “Red River Dalen’s trykken, 1891

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The author (b. 1841) was editor and proprietor of the Chicago Sentinel.

Full Text

1884 Norton, Seymour F[rancis] (b. 1841). Ten Men of Money Island, or The Primer of Finance. Chicago, IL: Sentinel Pub. Co., 1891. Rev. ed. Chicago, IL: Sentinel Pub. Co., 1891. Rpt. Chicago, IL: F. J. Schulte, [1891]; and Chicago, IL: The Schulte Pub. Co., 1895. Ariel Library Series, no. 5, June 1895 with an Appendix by Henry Seymour of the Free Currency Propaganda that criticizes Norton. Also published Girard, KS: Appeal Publishing Co., 1902; and, without the subtitle and not marked rev. ed. but with the “Appendix” (145-61) by Henry Seymour. London: William Reeves, [1895]. Bellamy Library No. 27. Parts were originally supposedly published in The Chicago Sentinel (1879) (Not found), and the first pamphlet ed. was supposedly published in 1884 (Not found), and it was serialized in the New York World that year. Translated into Norwegian as Ti mænd paa pengeøen, eller, Statsøkonomiens A-B-C. Crookston, MN: Trykt i “Red River Dalen’s trykken, 1891. L, MoU-St, NN, PSt

Eutopia brought about through tax reform. Possibly the most widely circulated Populist pamphlet presented as a sequel to Robert H. Cowdrey’s A Tramp in Society. Chicago, IL: F. J. Schulte, 1891. See the “Preface” to 1896 Flürscheim, where he says that over 500,000  copies of the  U. S. ed. of Ten Men of Money Island had been sold. Flürscheim’s book was a response to Norton. Norton was editor and proprietor of the Chicago Sentinel.