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Demographic directory of the Harmony Society

Author: Eileen Aiken English
Publisher: Clinton, N.Y. : Richard W. Couper Press, 2011.
Series: American communal societies series, no. 4.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Expands demographic knowledge of George Rapp's Harmony Society, an American communal utopian movement established in Harmony and Old Economy Village in Pennsylvania, and in New Harmony, Indiana. Provides information that relates members of the Society to each other through family ties, villages of origin, times of arrival in America, and when and why many left the Society.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Directories
Genealogy
History
Pictorial works
Registers
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eileen Aiken English
ISBN: 9780979644887 0979644887
OCLC Number: 712593762
Notes: Folded map in pocket inside back cover.
Description: 361 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 folded map (31 x 38 cm., folded to 19 x 16 cm.)
Contents: A brief history of George Rapp's Harmony Society --
Conditions of membership in the Harmony Society --
Families in the Harmony Society --
Related families listed by surnames --
Villages of origin, guide to districts --
Chronology of births --
Chronology of initial dates of membership, with ages at entering the Society --
Chronology of deaths, with age at demise --
Chronology of secessions, with age at departure --
Lifetime occupations and avocations --
Marriages within and without the Harmony Society --
Correlation with member numbers in George Rapp's disciples, pioneers and heirs --
Views of Economy, where Harmonists lived and worked.
Series Title: American communal societies series, no. 4.
Responsibility: compiled by Eileen Aiken English.

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Expands demographic knowledge of George Rapp's Harmony Society, an American communal utopian movement established in Harmony and Old Economy Village in Pennsylvania, and in New Harmony, Indiana. Provides information that relates members of the Society to each other through family ties, villages of origin, times of arrival in America, and when and why many left the Society.

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