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Hinton Rowan Helper (1829–1909)

Helper, Hilton Rowen. An American prose-writer; born near Mocksville, NC, Dec. 27, 1829; died on March 9, 1909. In 1857 appeared the notable work ‘The Impending Crisis of the South,’ which the Republican party used as a campaign document with great effect. ‘The Three Americas Railway’ was published in 1881, and was followed by ‘Nojoque’; ‘The Negroes in Negroland’; ‘The Land of Gold’; ‘Oddments of Andean Diplomacy’; etc.