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Foster Stockwell is a publishing consultant for Chinese publishers and authors. He lives in Des Moines, Washington. It lists 516 communes (or "utopian nal communities," if you prefer), ranging from the very early (. Bohemia Manor; Women of the Wilderness) to recent ones such as Synanon and Tolstoy Farm.

Start by marking Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663-1963 as Want to Read . This encyclopedia details the over 500 communes established in America, from Swanendael through Tolstoy Farm, founded in 1963

Start by marking Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663-1963 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This encyclopedia details the over 500 communes established in America, from Swanendael through Tolstoy Farm, founded in 1963. Entries include years of operation, leaders, brief history, a discussion of extant buildings or artifacts, and sources for further study.

Foster Stockwell, Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663–1963, Jefferson, North Carolina, 1998, 267 pages

Foster Stockwell, Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663–1963, Jefferson, North Carolina, 1998, 267 pages. Professor Bill Willmott, past president of the New Zealand China Friendship Society, in Tibet - Myth and Reality: "About the Author: Foster Stockwell is an American writer who grew up as the son of missionaries in southwestern China (Chengdu) near Tibet, and has visited China many times in recent years.

Tell us if something is incorrect. Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663-1963. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Swanendael, the first communal experiment in America, was established in 1663 by Mennonites from Holland.

Foster Stockwell, Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663–1963, Jefferson, North Carolina, 1998, 267 .

Foster Stockwell, Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663–1963, Jefferson, North Carolina, 1998, 267 pages (ISBN 0786404558). Tibet - Myth and Reality, by American historian Foster Stockwell, source première : China Today, April 1998, vol. 47, issue 4. A History of Information Storage and Retrieval, McFarland & Company, 2001, 208 pages (ISBN 0-7864-0840-5). World Book Encyclopedia - The World Book Encyclopedia is, according to its publisher in the United States, the number one selling print encyclopedia in the world. The encyclopedia s coverag.

Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663-1963, McFarland and Co. (Jefferson, NC), 1998. Foster Stockwell told CA: "My interest in China comes from the fact that I spent much of my childhood there as the son of Methodist missionaries. A History of Information Storage and Retrieval, McFarland and Co. (Jefferson, NC), 2001. Westerners in China, McFarland and Co. (Jefferson, NC), 2002. My subject areas are varied, perhaps, because of my years of writing for the encyclopedia market. Biographical and critical sources: Periodicals.

Foster Stockwell, Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663–1963, Jefferson, North Carolina, 1998, 267 pages ISBN 0-7864-0455-8. Tibet - Myth and Reality, by American historian Foster Stockwell, original source: China Today, April 1998, vol. A History of Information Storage and Retrieval, McFarland & Company, 2001, 208 pages ISBN 0-7864-0840-5. About the Author, fosterstockwell. com: "He lives in Des Moines, Washington.

Bowman Foster Stockwell (17 September 1899 – 5 June 1961) was an American Methodist missionary, teacher, scholar and theologian

Bowman Foster Stockwell (17 September 1899 – 5 June 1961) was an American Methodist missionary, teacher, scholar and theologian. In 1960, he was elected to Bishop of The United Methodist Church (UMC), which is a mainline Protestant denomination and a major part of Methodism in the United States of America. Bowman Foster Stockwell was born on 17 September 1899 to his parents, Reverend Eugene S. Stockwell (1865–1921) and Addie Bunnell Stockwell (1865–1926)

Swanendael was established in 1663 by Mennonites from Holland: 41 people settled in an area near Lewes, Delaware. These "souls," as they were called, shared all things, refused to keep slaves, practiced toleration for all but Catholics and "stiff-necked Quakers," and had the first free school in the New World.

America was the ideal location for many communes. Its unspoiled and inexpensive land encouraged social experimentation. This encyclopedia details the over 500 communes established in America, from Swanendael (1663) through Tolstoy Farm, founded in 1963. Entries include years of operation, leaders, a brief history, a discussion of extant buildings or artifacts, and sources for further study.


Encyclopedia of American Communes, 1663-1963 download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Foster Stockwell
ISBN: 0786404558
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: McFarland Publishing (September 1, 1998)
Pages: 262 pages