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From New Lanark to Mound Bayou : Owenism in the Mississippi delta

Author: Joel Nathan Rosen
Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: Robert Owen
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Nathan Rosen
ISBN: 9781594605314 1594605319
OCLC Number: 693750934
Description: xxiv, 178 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Discovering Mound Bayou --
Revelation --
The view from the crowe's nest --
Existential nonsense --
Breakthrough --
a moment to reminisce --
Robert Owen --
After the fall --
Joseph E. Davis --
The Montgomerys --
Project objectives --
A brief statement on approach --
Early European socialism --
The modern liberation project --
The utopian turn --
Reactions from the communist left --
Enter Robert Owen --
An industrial evolution --
seminal influences --
Owen at New Lanark --
A new view of society --
Owenite education reform --
The impact of reform at New Lanark --
The end of Owenite New Lanark --
The new frontier --
New harmony --
The rounded bowl --
Enter Joseph E. Davis --
Davis' Owenite vision --
Davis and Owen in contrast --
Education at Davis Bend --
Benjamin Thornton Montgomery --
Montgomery & Sons --
A Montgomery Davis bend --
Dynasty in wane --
Enter Isaiah Thornton Montgomery --
Re-examining a legacy --
A near-radical experiment in town building --
Growth and enmity --
Managing convention --
The 1890 convention in its unique context --
. crisis --
Inherent contradictions --
Uneven legacies.
Responsibility: Joel Nathan Rosen ; with foreword by Donald E. Pitzer.

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