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The Free Church Circular. Vol. IV. No. 6. Oneida Reserve, March 27, 1851

Noyes, John Humphrey

Published by Free Church Association, Oneida Reserve, 1851
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Pagination runs 81-96. Lacking covers, if any were issued. Features a lengthy essay by John Humphrey Noyes under the column, "Home Talk." Noyes founded the utopian community at Oneida, New York, espousing socialist ideals and communal living, including free love and multiple marriages, while also believing that one could live within Christian philosophies. In GOOD condition. Several large creases present, as well as many small wrinkles and creases along the extremities. Top page corners curled over. Very minor soiling and toning to the paper. One page printed slightly askew. Bookseller Inventory # 003875

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Title: The Free Church Circular. Vol. IV. No. 6. ...

Publisher: Free Church Association, Oneida Reserve

Publication Date: 1851

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition:Good

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