august 1890

August 1890 Issue

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  • A New Race Problem

    “The Alaskan native is still uncivilized, because the effort to transform him was begun so recently that little actual change has been made.”

  • International Copyright

    “The writers of the United States, the journalists, the essayists, the novelists, and the historians, all men who work with their pen, would be benefited by this law; and that which helps one class of the community without injuring another helps all.”

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