6 edition of History of the Hopedale Community (The American utopian adventure) found in the catalog.
History of the Hopedale Community (The American utopian adventure)
June 1973 by Porcupine Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||432|
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textsHistory of the Hopedale community: from its inception to its virtual submergence in the Hopedale parish. History of the Hopedale community: from its inception to its virtual submergence in the Hopedale parish. Ballou, Adin, ; Heywood, William S. (William Sweetzer), Publication : In History of the Hopedale Community, Hopedale's principal founder and theoretician, Adin Ballou, provides a detailed record of the successes, failures, hopes, and disappointments of a small group of people attempting to live together harmoniously, balancing fairness and compassion, and giving practical expression to "their ideal of what human.
History of the Hopedale community, from its inception to its virtual submergence in the Hopedale parish by Ballou, Adin, cn; Heywood, William Sweetzer,ed. Hopedale Community - - Hopedale Community Historical Society Hopedale History Ezine - More than 3 7 0 Hopedale articles.
Hopedale Reminiscences Stories written inby people who, as children, lived in the Hopedale Utopian commune of the s and s. Hopedale South of Route Hopedale on YouTube - Video and slide shows.
The Hopedale Community took all financial responsibility for running their school, although paying school taxes as citizens of Milford.
Inthe Hopedale School History of the Hopedale Community book the Twelfth District of the Milford school system. To quote from the Milford history, “No. 12, Hopedale, owned no schoolhouse. History of the Hopedale community, from its inception to its virtual submergence in the Hopedale parish Paperback – January 1, by Adin Ballou (Author) › Visit Amazon's Adin Ballou Page.
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Not indexed. Community members, which I compiled from the Community record books (Appendix C in my edition of History of the Hopedale Community). There is an Aldrich family in the History of Milford, but no Auretta, and no Roy or Roys family. I think you may be right, Dan, in thinking that she originally wrote the piece for Hopedale Reminiscences, but that.
In his History of the Hopedale Community published inAdin Ballou wrote that the failure of the community went beyond its financial bankruptcy.
Although he cited poor planning, lack of resources, and the rigidity and inflexibility of the founding Constitution as factors, he believed the community's primary failure was a moral one. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for History of the Hopedale Community by Adin Ballou and William S.
Heywood (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. History of the Hopedale Community, from its inception to its virtual submergence in the Hopedale Parish. Philadelphia, Porcupine Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Adin Ballou; William S Heywood.
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[Adin Ballou; William Sweetzer Heywood]. Known as “Fraternal Community No. 1” it was a communal association determined to create an ideal society. Hopedale was one of the most successful communal experiments of the era, but failed after fifteen years.
Another brother George came to Hopedale in. Hopedale Reminiscences Menu Memories from childhood of people who grew up in the Hopedale Community.
Patricia Hatch and the Hopedale Community - discoveries, comments and questions about the Community and its members. Ballou's History of Milford. Hopedale Community Centennial Pageant, List of Hopedale Community books, papers, records.
Hopedale was first settled in Benjamin Albee built a mill on what is now the south end of Hopedale in A square-mile ( km 2) area of the Blackstone Valley was incorporated as the town ofMilford separated from Mendon. On AugAdin Ballou, along with the Practical Christians, gave Hopedale its name, within the town of Milford.
The Hopedale Community Collection provides, on microfilm, a thorough record and unique insight into one of America's 19th-century forerunners of the shared community concept. Students and researchers in sociology, history, and religion will value access to this collection, as it contains not only the philosophical material of Hopedale's founder, Adin Ballou, but also a detailed documentation.
History of the Hopedale Community, From Its Inception to Its Virtual Submergence in the Hopedale Parrish. Adin Ballou. Published by Thompson & Hill-the Vox Populi Press () Paperback or Softback.
Condition: New. History of the Hopedale Community. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller. This book is a history and analysis of the first big wave of American communes, in the early s, written by the founder of the Oneida commune which was arguably the most successful of them all.
(Oneida was a person group marriage that lasted 40 years and spawned several businesses, such as the Oneida flatware company.)Reviews: 1.
3 - Record of the Inductive Community at Hopedale, Milford, No. 4 - Record Book of the Hopedale Inductive Community, – No. 5 – Proceedings of the Trustees and Council of Fraternal Community No. 1, Book 1, - No.
6 – The Hopedale Industrial Army, – Free 2-day shipping. Buy History of the Hopedale Community; From Its Inception to Its Virtual Submergence in the Hopedale Parish at In his book “The Kingdom of God Is Within You,” Tolstoy wrote that Ballou would be “in the future acknowledged as one of the great benefactors of mankind.” Tolstoy’s writings would go on to influence Gandhi, and later, Martin Luther King.
In a sense, we have Ballou and the Hopedale Community to thank for that. Hopedale Community. A Spiritualist community founded by Rev. Adin Ballou () in near Milford, Massachusetts.
From on, this religious and socialistic community was the scene of various spirit manifestations and helped spread Spiritualism in the United proclaimed his new faith in Modern Spirit Manifestations, published inthe year in which he first received. Hopedale Local History, Hopedale, Massachusetts.
likes. Keeping Hopedale's history alive through historic postings and memory sharing. This little book is devoted to remembering the "good old days" of living in the utopian community of Hopedale, Massachusetts during the s and s.
The pleasures and hardships of living in a village devoted to re-creating society in a non-violent, cooperative and equitable way are examined, often humorously, through the eyes of its children. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Constitution, by-laws, rules and regulations of the Hopedale community": pages  Originally known by its Inuktitut name Arvertok, which translates to "the place of whales", the community was renamed to Hopedale by Moravian Missionaries arriving from Germany in Today, there remains an incredible legacy of structures and artifacts from the Moravians in Hopedale.
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Free shipping for many products. A bit of history offered is that Hopedale Normal School, founded by Cyrus McNeily, opened its doors inand shortly afterward was licensed as a college.
One week ago, my history intern Susan Scanlon and I set up a booth at Hopedale’s Day in the Park to spread the word about Hopedale history. Once upon a time, Hopedale was the most important small town in the state, and the Draper Corporation the largest manufacturer of textile equipment IN.
Adin Ballou (Ap – August 5, ) was an American prominent proponent of pacifism, socialism and abolitionism, and the founder of the Hopedale h his long career as a Universalist, and then Unitarian minister, he tirelessly sought social reform through his radical Christian and socialist views.
His writings drew the admiration of Leo Tolstoy, who sponsored Russian. History. Hopedale was founded as an Inuit settlement named Agvituk, Inuktitut for "place of the whales".
InMoravian missionaries from Germany arrived in the area to convert the population. They renamed the settlement Hopedale (Hoffental in German) shortly Hopedale Mission is still standing and is thought to be the oldest wooden-frame building in Canada standing east of Quebec.
Hopedale Community - - Hopedale History Email Stories - to present. Hopedale Reminiscences A dozen stories written inby people who, as children, lived in the Hopedale Utopian commune of the s and s.
Hopedale on YouTube - Video and slide shows. Links to Hopedale related sites Little Red Shop - history and. Another community history project comes together. See more of Hopedale Local History on Facebook.
The Friends of the Hopedale Library, founded inis an active volunteer, non-profit organization consisting of town-wide membership and a representative executive board.
We work with the library staff and the trustees to support the library in providing funds for equipment, materials and programs not covered by the library's regular.
The Hopedale Women's History Project. likes. The Hopedale Women’s History Project - Telling the story of Hopedale through the voices of its women.The Hopedale Women's History Project.
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See all books authored by Adin Ballou, including Christian non-resistance in all its important bearings: Illustrated and defended, together with A discourse on Christian non-resistance in extreme cases, (The Garland library of war and peace), and Memoir of Adin Augustus Ballou, and more on