Henry Steele Olcott is known for his activities in two related areas: Buddhism and Theosophy. He was instrumental in helping the Buddhists of Sri Lanka regain their self-confidence. He did this as president of the Theosophical Society.
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"On Theosophy" by H. S. Olcott
Compiled by S. B. Dougherty, from speeches collected in Theosophy, Religion and Occult Science (1885), and from Theosophical Siftings, vol. 4, no. 10 (1891).
"Remembering H. S. Olcott" by Sarah Belle Dougherty
From Sunrise magazine, February/March 1997.
Col. Olcott - The Buddhist revivalist
From Dhamma Times.
H.P.B. Wrote Tibetan and Mongolian
Article on Blavatsky Archives by Henry S. Olcott.
Articles on Buddhism and Blavatsky. Two biographical articles and reproductions of rules of the Theosophical Society he helped write.
Henry Steel Olcott [aryasangha.org]
Introduction to the book by Stephen Prothero and a long article looking at Olcott's interpretation of Buddhism.
Olcott, Henry Steele
Description of his life.
On Madame Blavatsky and the Mahatmas
An extract from Olcott's lecture titled "Theosophy, the Scientific Basis of Religion,".
The White Buddhist: The Asian Odyssey of Henry Steel Olcott
A review of this book.
Theosophy and Its Opponents
A Letter by Henry S. Olcott on the Hodgson Report (September 01, 1886)
The Kiddle Mystery by Henry S. Olcott
Reprinted from Light. (November 17, 1883)
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