George Fitzhughs’ Articles

Articles written by George Fitzhugh

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Note: In an effort to preserve and present the whole of the literary output of
George Fitzhugh, I have decided to include articles that were likely written
by Fitzhugh but were not credited to him. All of the aforementioned articles
will have an indication that they were sent anonymously. Any article marked
anonymous did not credit an author but, per the opinion of the curator of
this website, has a high probability of being the work of George Fitzhugh.

The Great Central Belt of Trade and Commerce
– George Fitzhugh, 1872

The Freedmen and His Future II
– George Fitzhugh, 1870

The Freedmen and His Future
– George Fitzhugh, 1869

The Art of Getting to Sleep
– George Fitzhugh, 1869

Land Monopoly
– George Fitzhugh, 1869

Human Progress, Ancient and Modern
– George Fitzhugh, 1868

Negro Agrarianism
– George Fitzhugh, 1868

Liberty Versus Government
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Moral Philosophies
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

The Negro Imbroglio
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Still Life in the Country
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Revolutions of ’76 and ’61
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

The Poor House System
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Mandeville’s Fable of the Bees
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Cui Bono. The Negro Vote
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Land Monopoly. Savage Nature
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

The Return of Good Feeling
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Evacuation Night in Richmond
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

John Stuart Mill on Political Economy
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Excess of Population and Increase of Crime and Pauperism
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Our Trip to the Country
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Monarchy in America
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Exodus from the South
– George Fitzhugh, 1867

Liberty and Civilization
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Pecuniary Independence-What is it?
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

What’s to be Done With the Negroes?
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Home Education and the Home Circle
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Shall the Spartan Virtues of
the South Survive the War?
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Terribly in Earnest
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Commerce, War, and Civilization
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Old Maids and Old Bachelors
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Camp Lee and the Freedmen’s Bureau
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

National Debt a National Blessing
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

The Uses and Morality of War and Peace
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Boys
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

The Freedmen
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

The Two Aristocracies of America
– George Fitzhugh,1866

Impending Fate of the Country
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Thad. Stevens’s Conscience
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Virginia-Her Past, Present, and Future
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Freedom and Free Men
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

The Age of Reason and Radicalism
– George Fitzhugh, 1866

Eastern Shores of Virginia
– George Fitzhugh, 186
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Antinomic Pathology
– George Fitzhugh, 1863

I wrote an article that I intended to be a companion piece and further
outline many of the ideas and concepts articulated and posited therein.

It can be read here:

Antinomic Syntagonism
– Slavery Advocate, 2021

Conduct of the War
– George Fitzhugh, 1862

History of the Origin of Representative
Government in Europe, by M. Guizot
– George Fitzhugh, 1862

Society, Labor, Capital, Etc
– George Fitzhugh, 1862

Hayti and the Monroe Doctrine
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

The Women of the South
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

Superiority of Southern Races
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

The Republic of New York
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

One Idea
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

Chotank, Alexandria
A dive into Herculaneum
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

The Pioneers, Preachers, and People of the Mississippi Valley
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

Wealth and Poverty-Luxury and Economy
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

The False and the True Political Economy
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

Reflections on the Conduct of the War
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

The Times and the War
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

The Huguenots of the South
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

The Message, the Constituion, and the Times
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

The Black and White Race of Men
– George Fitzhugh, 1861

Home, Education, and Schools
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Slavery Aggressions
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Love of Danger and of War
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

The English Reviews
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Johnson, Boswell, Goldsmith, Etc
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Oliver Goldsmith and Dr. Johnson
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Popular Institutions
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Horace Greeley and His Lost Book
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Make Home Attractive
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Milton and Macaulay
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Modern Civilization
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Our Athenian Friend
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Frederick the Great
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

The Declaration of Independence
and the Republican Party
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Small Nations
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Mr. Bancraft and the “Inner Light”
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

The Domain of Fashion
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Blackwood
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Family History, and the Philosophy of Names
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

German Literature
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

The Siege of Ismail
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Milton, Byron, and Southey
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Ancient and Modern Art and Literature
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

Disunion Within the Union
– George Fitzhugh, 1860

The Administration and the Slave Trade
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

The Valleys of Virginia-The Rappahannock
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Samuel Nott, of Massachusetts, on
European Experiments with Serfdom
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

The Old Dominion-
The Valley of Rappahannock
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Ancient Families of Virginia, Maryland, Etc
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

The Valleys of Virginia-
The Rappahannock (Cont’d)
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Uniform Postage, Railroads,
Telegraphs, Fashions, Etc
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Life and Liberty in America
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Bayard Taylor’s Travels in Greece and Russia
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Modern Agriculture
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Trade and Panics
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Law Reports-Multiplicity of Law Books
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Entails and Primogeniture
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

The Northern Neck of Virginia
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Missionary Failures
– George Fitzhugh, 1859

Civilization the Result of Compulsory Labor
– George Fitzhugh, 1858 (letter)

Public Lands of Rome and America
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

The White Slave Trade
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

Private and Public Luxury
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

The Character and Causes of the Crisis
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

Washington City
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

Reaction and the Administration, No. 2
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

Reaction and the Administration
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

The Atlantic Telegraph-Ancient
Art and Modern Progress
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

Acquisition of Mexico-Filibustering
– George FItzhugh, 1858

Origin of Civilization-What is Property?-
Which is the Best Slave Race?
– George Fitzhugh, 1858

The Politics and Economics of
Aristotle and Mr. Calhoun
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

The Conservative Principle, or
Social Evils and Their Remedies,
Part II: The Slave Trade
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

The Conservative Principle, or
Social Evils and Their Remedies
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

Free Society-The Burdell Murder
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

(Anonymous Article)

The Burdell Murder
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

(Anonymous Article)

Black Republicanism in Ancient Athens
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

The Middle Passage; or Suffering of Slave and Free Immigrants
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

The Money Crisis-Commercial Revulsions
in Europe and the United States
– George Fitzhugh, 1857
(Anonymous Article)

The Politicals and Economics
of Plato and Mr. Calhoun
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

Southern Thought Again
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

Southern Thought—Its New and
Important Manifestations
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

Wealth of the North and the South
– George Fitzhugh, 1857

The Counter Current, or Slavery Principles
– George Fitzhugh, 1856

Centralization and Socialism
– George Fitzhugh, 1856

No More Slave States
– George Fitzhugh, 1856
(Anonymous Article)

African Slavery
Its Uses and Its Prospects
– George Fitzhugh, 1856
(Anonymous Article)

A Southerner Again
– George Fitzhugh, 1856
(Confirmed to be Fitzhugh)

Interrogatories
– George Fitzhugh, 1856
(Confirmed to be Fitzhugh)

To the Southern Know-Nothings
– George Fitzhugh, 1855

(Anonymous Article)

My Trip to the North
– George Fitzhugh, 1855

Responding to Mr. Goodell
– George Fitzhugh, 1855

Abolitionism, Socialism, Agrarianism, Infidelity,
and anti-marriage doctrines at the North
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

Disunion-Its Consequences-The New York Times
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

Aristotle and Locke or the Slavery Question
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

A Card
– George Fitzhugh, 1855

Know-Nothing Neutrality on Abolition
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

Mr. Carlyle on Slavery
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

The New York Daily Times
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

The New York Times and the Infidelities and Superstitions of the North
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

Rejoinder to the New York Daily Times
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

To the Editors of the Enquirer
– George Fitzhugh, 1855

Military Defences of Virginia
and the Free Soil Press
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

Considerations for the New York Times
How and When Free Society Fails
– George Fitzhugh, 1855
(Anonymous Article)

What Shall be done with the Free Negroes?
– George Fitzhugh, 1851

Slavery Justified (The Subject Continued)
– George Fitzhugh, 1850

Slavery Justified. Liberty and Equality
-Socialism-Young England-Domestic Slavery
– George Fitzhugh, 1849

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