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Alleyne Ireland (1871–1951)

Ireland, Alleyne. An English author, traveler, and lecturer; born in Manchester, England, Jan. 19, 1871; died in 1951. He traveled extensively from 1887–97, delivered lectures on Tropical Colonization, at Cornell University in 1899, and was appointed lecturer on politics at Chicago University, 1900. Among his works are: ‘Demerariana’ (1897); ‘Tropical Colonization’ (1899); ‘The Anglo-Boer Conflict’ (1900); ‘China and the Powers’ (1901); ‘The Far Eastern Tropics’ (1905); ‘The Province of Burma’ (1907).