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California"s utopian colonies

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Statementby Robert V. Hine. New Haven, Yale University Press.
SeriesYale Western Americana series,, 15.
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LC ClassificationsHX655.C2 H5 1973
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Paginationxi, 209 p.
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Open LibraryOL5291396M
ISBN 100393006786
LC Control Number72011588

California's Utopian Colonies Paperback – Janu by Robert V. Hine (Author)Cited by: During the last hundred years, California has contributed to the Utopian heritage more colonies than any other American state.

From varied backgrounds—religious, secular, co-operative, socialistic, Theosophical, Marxian—each new society exper Behind the commune movement today lies an impulse for a simpler, less harried existence that has its roots deep in American history/5. During the last hundred years, California has contributed to the Utopian heritage more colonies than any other American state.

From varied backgrounds—religious, secular, co-operative, socialistic, Theosophical, Marxian—each new society experimented with marriage, the raising of children, education, work, religion, or : : California's Utopian Colonies (California Library Reprint) () by Hine, Robert V.

and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(11). California's Utopian Colonies Volume 15 of California Natural History Guides California library reprint series Issue 15 of Yale Western Americana series: Author: Robert V.

Hine: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: University of California Press, ISBN:Length:. OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: pages illustrations, portraits 21 cm. Contents: Westward the Course of Utopia --Fountain Grove --Theosophical Colonies: Point Loma and Temple Home --The Icaria Speranza Commune --The Kaweah Co-operative Commonwealth --Alturia --Llano del Rio --Colonies in Short and After a Fashion --Mormons at San Bernardino --Modjeska's.

[ebook] california' s utopian colonies [pdf] UC Riverside Professor Robert Hine originally wrote this book inand (in the new Preface written in ) he states that During the book s writing in the/5(). Westward the course of utopia --Fountain Grove --Theosophical colonies: Point Loma and Temple Home --The Icaria Speranza commune --The Kaweah Co-operative Commonwealth --Altruria --Llano del Rio --Colonies in short and after a fashion: Mormons at San Bernardino, Modjeska's Polish Brook Farm, Joyful, Winters Island, Little Landers, Fellowship Farm, Army of Industry, Pisgah Californias utopian colonies book, Holy City.

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Hine Yale University Press New Haven. Wikipedia Citation. Robert Hine’s California Utopian Colonies was first published in by the Huntington Library, and since that time has been the standard work on the general subject of California’s Utopian colonies, and a good introduction to many of the specific colonies, including San Diego’s Theosophical establishment on Point Loma.

There is also a brief account of the Little Landers Colony established at what is now San. UC Riverside Professor Robert Hine originally wrote this book inand (in the new Preface written in ) he states that "During the book's writing in the early s, I 5/5.

Hine notes in conclusion that "The average life of religious colonies in California has been over twenty years, while that of the secular colonies has been well under ten." This book remains, I think, of continuing interest to those of us interested in utopian communities, intentional communities, communes, and similar ventures.5/5.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading West of Eden: Communes and Utopia in Northern California.4/5(3). Other books on regional utopian communities: California's utopian colonies (3rd Floor Stacks HXH65) New World utopias: a photographic history of the search for community (3rd Floor Stacks HXK27) Shadows on the land: Sonoma County's nineteenth century utopian colonies.

Utopia (Libellus vere aureus, nec minus salutaris quam festivus, de optimo rei publicae statu deque nova insula Utopia, "A little, true book, both beneficial and enjoyable, about how things should be in the new island Utopia") is a work of fiction and socio-political satire by Thomas More (–), written in Latin and published in The book is a frame narrative primarily depicting a Author: Thomas More.

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West of Eden charts the remarkable flowering of communalism in the s and '70s, fueled by a radical rejection of the Cold War corporate deal, utopian visions of a peaceful green planet, the new technologies of sound and light, and the ancient arts of ecstatic release.

The book focuses on the San Francisco Bay Area and its hinterlands, which. California's Utopian Colonies. Author = Robert V.

Hine. Yale University Press. Second Printing Carl Purington Rollins Printing Office of the Yale University Press (this edition). Year = 2nd Printing. In the shadow of the Vietnam War, a significant part of an entire generation refused their assigned roles in the American century.

Some took their revolutionary politics to the streets, others decided simply to turn away, seeking to build another world together, outside the state and the of Edencharts the remarkable flowering of communalism in the 60s and 70s, fueled by a radical.

California's Utopian Colonies by Robert V. Hine The fascinating, human story of those who attempted to embody their vision of "a resplendent, reformed mankind gathered in the ideal society." Originally published by the Huntington Library.

"A useful survey and the serious student of utopianism, especially.

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Iowa, Missouri, California Étienne Cabet: A group of egalitarian communes based on the French utopian movement, founded by Étienne Cabet, after led his followers to the United States. Amana Colonies: Iowa the Community of True Inspiration: 's The Amana villages were built one hour apart when traveling by ox cart.

The definition of a utopian colony, according to Robert V. Hine, author of California’s Utopian Colonies, “consists of a group of people who are attempting to establish a new social pattern based upon a vision of the ideal society and who have withdrawn themselves from the community at large to embody that vision in experimental form.” These colonies can be composed of either religious or secular members, the.

The definition of a utopian colony, according to Robert V. Hine, author of California's Utopian Colonies, "consists of a group of people who are attempting to establish a new social pattern based upon a vision of the ideal society and who have withdrawn themselves from the community at large to embody that vision in experimental form.".

Preth century. The word "utopia" was coined in Greek language by Sir Thomas More for his book Utopia, but the genre has roots dating back to antiquity. The Republic (ca. BC) by Plato – One of the earliest conceptions of a utopia.; Laws ( BC) by Plato; The Republic (ca.

BC) by Zeno of Citium, an ideal society based on the principles of Stoicism. A utopian society, as defined by Robert V. Hine in California's Utopian Colonies, includes “a group of people who are attempting to establish a new social pattern based upon a vision of the ideal society and who have withdrawn themselves from the community at large to embody that vision in experimental form.

It's also a book about California's tendency to go experimental, idealistic, and eclectic, a fit successor to the classic California's Utopian Colonies that looked. Last Futures by Douglas Murphy review – utopian architecture, from space colonies to ziggurats like an orbiting chunk of California.

But the purpose of his book is not easy mockery or Author: Andy Beckett.The Paul Kagan Utopian Communities Collection contains both primary and secondary source material accumulated by Kagan while conducting research for his book, New World addition to personal correspondence pertaining to his research, and drafts of his manuscript for the book and related writings, Kagan's collection contains letters, photographs, documents, notes, writings, and other.

After Yale, Hine produced his first book, “California’s Utopian Colonies.” Published in and still in print, it remains “the definitive work on the subject,” said UC Irvine historian.