Richard Hildreth (June 28, 1807 – July 11, 1865), was an American journalist, author and historian. He is best known for writing his six-volume History of the United States of America, 1849-1853.
Selected works[change | change source]
In an overview of writings by and about Hildreth, OCLC/WorldCat lists roughly 270 works in 870+ publications in 11 languages and 12,800+ library holdings.
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- Archy Moore, the white slave; or, Memoirs of a fugitive, 1836
- The history of banks; to which is added a demonstration of the advantages and necessity of free competition in the business of banking, 1837
- Theory of morals an inquiry concerning the law of moral distinctions and the variations and contradictions of ethical codes, 1844
- Theory of politics; an inquiry into the foundations of governments and the causes and progress of political revolutions. 1853
- Despotism in America: an inquiry into the nature, results, and legal basis of the slave-holding system in the United States, 1854
- The history of the United States of America, 1854
- Japan as it was and is, 1855
References[change | change source]
- ↑ Carnes, Mark C. (2005). "Richard Hildreth," American National Biography, Supplement 2, pp. 258-260.
- ↑ Hughes, Lynn Gordon. "Richard Hildreth," Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography; retrieved 2012-11-8.
- ↑ WorldCat Identities: Hildreth, Richard 1807-1865 ; retrieved 2012-11-8.
Further reading[change | change source]
- Emerson, Donald E. (1946). Richard Hildreth Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.