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Adin Ballou and the Hopedale Community

Barbara Louise Faulkner

Adin Ballou and the Hopedale Community

dissertation

by Barbara Louise Faulkner

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballou, Adin, -- 1803-1890.,
  • Hopedale Community.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Barbara Louise Faulkner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX9969.B27 F38 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 318 leaves :
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16934011M

    Ballou, Adin And Haywood, William S. [editor] History Of The Hopedale Community $ William Haywood Palio And Ponte, Sports Of Central Italy In Age Of Dante,


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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 life and Cited by: 7.

The Hopedale Community lasted for fifteen years. During that time, Adin Ballou Adin Ballou and the Hopedale Community book a magazine and several books about Christian nonresistance that were read far and wide.

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“ The Philosophical Anarchism of Adin Ballou,” Huntington Library Quarterly, 27 (,), – The only modern biography is Faulkner, Barbara Louise, “Adin Ballou and the Hopedale Community,” unpublished Ph.D.

dissertation, Boston University,available on by: 1. History of the Hopedale Community: Annotated Edition: Adin Ballou, Lynn Gordon Hughes, William S. Heywood: Books - or: Adin Ballou. Adin Ballou (), the founder of the Hopedale utopian community, was a pioneering theorist of nonviolence, a socialist, and an abolitionist.

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Adin Ballou (Ap – August 5, ) was an American prominent proponent of pacifism, socialism and abolitionism, and the founder of the Hopedale Community. Through his long career as a Universalist, and then Unitarian minister, he tirelessly sought social reform through his radical Christian and socialist views.

History of the Hopedale Community: From Its Inception to Its Virtual Submergence in the Hopedale Parish: Ballou, Adin, Heywood, William Sweetzer: : BooksAuthor: Adin Ballou, William Sweetzer Heywood.

After Adin Augustus Ballou died of typhoid inAdin and Lucy Ballou took comfort from the spirit messages they received from him. In the Hopedale Community came to an effective end. Ebenezer Draper's brother George, who had Adin Ballou and the Hopedale Community book joined the community, persuaded his brother to join him in withdrawing their assets from the community, claiming that.

After his father-in-law's death, he edited and completed the Autobiography of Adin Ballou,and edited History of the Hopedale Community, He also wrote a history of Westminster, Massachusetts, History of the Hopedale Community by Adin Ballou and William S.

Heywood (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price. Autobiography of Adin Ballou, With Appendixes (The American Utopian Adventure: Series Two) History of the Hopedale Community: From Its Inception to Its Virtual Submergence in the Hopedale Parish.

Audible Listen to Books. Ballou, Adin, The voice of duty: an address delivered at the anti-slavery pic nic at Westminster, Mass., July 4, / by Adin Ballou. (Hopedale, Milford, Mass.: Community Press, ) (page images at HathiTrust) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.

Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. 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 ().

Adin Ballou, Autobiography (Lowell MA, ), 2. Ballou, Autobiography, 3. Adin Ballou, The History of the Hopedale Community (Lowell, MA, ), 4. Edward K. Spann, Hopedale: From Commune to Company Town (Ohio State University Press, ) is now the best history of the community, with a fresh perception of Ballou.

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Adin Ballou was a man of peace — the leader of the pacifist Hopedale Community, and a major theorist of nonviolent resistance to evil. Yet he was not of a naturally peaceful disposition. As a young minister he engaged in theological controversy so heated that his.

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.

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Ballou, Adin (–) (religion, spiritualism, and occult) A din Ballou was a Universalist minister who helped prepare the way for Spiritualism in America. In he formed the Hopedale Community, near Milford, Massachusetts.

Founder of the utopian community at Hopedale, and a Universalist and Unitarian minister, Adin Ballou was a major contributor to ideas of Christian non-resistance. He was born in Cumberland, Rhode Island, on Apa descendant of Maturin Ballou who was associated with Roger Williams in the founding of : Emily Mace.

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Adin Ballou, founder of the Christian Personalist Commune of Hopedale in Milford, Massachusetts,hoped to fully show that Christianity, when practiced as Christ intended, was not only righteous, but also practical- and practicable.

That is, if life was lived according to Jesus teachings of 4/5(1). Ballou, Adin bălo͞o´ [key], –90, American Universalist clergyman, b. Cumberland, R.I. He was prominent in the movement that resulted in the Massachusetts Association of Universal Restorationists (–41). In he organized near Milford, Mass., the Hopedale Community.

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