The Conquest of Poverty

Wilmans, Helen

Published by Wilman's Publishing House, 1901
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Stated 63rd thousand. Printed wraps. 185 pp., plus ads in the rear. With a black and white photo of the author's home. Front and rear wrap indicate Dawson's Bookshop of Los Angeles published this edition, with the interior bearing the above cited bibliographical information. A work advocating and discussing the use of Mental Science to get oneself out of poverty, drawing from the author's own personal life, as well as from her philosophy and practice of mental science. This includes a discussion of the conscious plane as well as though transference, and in general appears to parallel many of the beliefs associated with New Thought, of which Wilmans was a practitioner and teacher. Helen Wilmans was a 19th/early 20th century teacher and author, being a vocal advocate for mental science and New Thought. Her husband, Colonel C.C. Post bought land in 1892 in Florida, eventually establishing what would become known as the community of Seabreeze, and in which Wilmans established a school for mental science. Her influence in the movement eventually waned, partially due to mail fraud charges brought against her. GOOD condition. Some staining and dampstaining to the wrappers, with mostly minor soiling, some dark scuffing and general uneven darkening to the wraps. Upper right corner of the cover clipped along the diagonal, with a chip missing from the lower left front cover. A few other minor chips, tears and creases present along the extremities. Interior solid with minor toning to the paper. Faint dampstain along the top edge. Small brown stain to the lower center of the first few pages. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The Conquest of Poverty
Publisher: Wilman's Publishing House
Publication Date: 1901
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Book Condition: Good

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Book Description COSIMO CLASSICS, United States, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Supported by personal experience, Helen Wilmans discusses the steps to overcoming poverty in The Conquest of Poverty. With inspiring energy, she retells her rise from mortgage and debt to opulence. Wilmans gives advice and emphasizes the importance and autonomy of the individual. If he knows himself, she argues, "he has the privilege of being what he wishes to be, of doing what he wishes to do." HELEN WILMANS (1831-1907) was an American publisher, writer, and activist in the mental science movement. She was the publisher of her own newspaper, The Woman's World and of the weekly magazine Freedom. Wilmans was independently wealthy, having left her husband of twenty years and farm life for California to become a "literary woman." After tutelage under Emma Curtis Hopkins, she began teaching and healing using metaphysics, becoming well-known for her pioneer work in the mental science. Seller Inventory # AAV9781616407551

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Book Description COSIMO CLASSICS, United States, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Supported by personal experience, Helen Wilmans discusses the steps to overcoming poverty in The Conquest of Poverty. With inspiring energy, she retells her rise from mortgage and debt to opulence. Wilmans gives advice and emphasizes the importance and autonomy of the individual. If he knows himself, she argues, "he has the privilege of being what he wishes to be, of doing what he wishes to do." HELEN WILMANS (1831-1907) was an American publisher, writer, and activist in the mental science movement. She was the publisher of her own newspaper, The Woman's World and of the weekly magazine Freedom. Wilmans was independently wealthy, having left her husband of twenty years and farm life for California to become a "literary woman." After tutelage under Emma Curtis Hopkins, she began teaching and healing using metaphysics, becoming well-known for her pioneer work in the mental science. Seller Inventory # LIE9781616407551

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