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Shakers

Mother Ann Lee


Mother Lucy Wright


Late 1700s


Celibacy


Sophia


Sabbathday Lake, ME


Canterbury, NH


Pleasant Hill, KY (historic site)

Ephrata

Conrad Beissel


Mother Maria Eicher


late mid 1700s


Celibacy


Sophia


Ephrata PA

Bohemia Manor

Slupyter


late 1600s


some celibacy

Society of the Woman in the Wilderness

Kelpius


late 1600s


Celibacy


Sophia

Drop City

Gene Bernofsky


Clark Richert


1960s


Artists


droppings


Geodesic Domes - fulfillment of the being


Cosmic Forces (luck?)


Colorado

Koreshan Unity

Cyrus Reed Teed (Koresh)


Victoria Gratia Preeminent


mid 1800s


Celibacy


Alchemy


Earth concave - pseudo science


social hierarchy


Estero, FL



Peace Mission

Father Divine


Edna Rose Ritchings


1930s


everyone work together


integration


Harlem

Icaria

Etienne Cabet


mid 1800s


no religion, no divorce, no celibacy


Nauvoo, IL


Corning, IA

Harmonists

George Rapp


"Count de Leon"


1800s


celibacy


Sophia


Golden Rose


Education and Music


1830s - group split over Count

Moravian Brethren

Count Zinzendorf


early 1700s


no celibacy


Choirs - small bible study groups


Bethlehem, PA


Salem, NC


Savannah, GA

Hutterite

Jakob Hutter 1528


Schmiedeleut - liberals, Bonhomme 1874


Dariusleut - moderate


Lehrerleut - conservative

Brook Farm

Fourier 1800s


Albert Brisbane


Phalanx


Improved world


Transcendentalism

Inspirationists

Christian Metz


Gruber, Rock


Barbara Heinemann Landmann


Werkzeug


early 1700s, early 1800s


celibacy


Ebenezer, NY


Amana, Iowa

Owenites

Robert Owen


Early 1800s


opposed private property, religion, marriage


Silent Monitor


New Harmony, failed after 2 years

Oneida

John Noyes


1800s


Complex Marriage


Male Continence


Stirpiculture


Ascending-Descending Fellowship


Oneida, NY

Success of Father Divine

Race


Integration


People wanted economic protection

Drop City: Utopia or Dystopia

Utopia - perfect society, fulfillment of being

Science, Religion, and Koreshan

Religion couldn't work without faith that science was accurate

Bernofsky + Peter Rabbit
Rapp + Count de Leon


Breakdown of trust


Competition for leadership


Breakdown or survival of communes

Both too similar


Bernofsky and Rabbit: both bullshitters, B doesn't trust R, R thought he knew better, B asks him to leave after R gets violent = survival


Rapp and Count: both really religious, at first R trusts Count, then he doesn't, split the group allegiance, led to downfall