From Pat Deveney's database:
This was originally a series of studies, numbered sequentially and issued very irregularly (two are known to survive). It was succeeded by The Our Race News-Leaflet, October 1893-December 1907. Totten (1851-1908) was a graduate of West Point who taught military history at Yale. He seems to have been an Adventist and had a fascination with the riddles of the Bible and the Great Pyramid which lead him finally to advocate a millennialist form of the Anglo-Israelite doctrine. The first number of the series carried an introduction by C. Piazzi Smyth of Great Pyramid fame. Totten’s doctrines were carried on in Destiny (New Haven/Haverhill). NYPL; Northwestern University; NYS Historical Society; Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley; Connecticut State Library; Yale University Library.
|Issues:||Our Race Series 1 N1 Mar 1890|
|Our Race Series 1 N2 Sep 1890 and an alternative copy|
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