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Fri Mar 21 17:06:41 2014 UTClccn-n500604940.59Robert Owen and the Owenites in Britain and America: the quest for the new moral world0.850.92The new views of Mr. Owen of Lanark impartially examined as rational means of ultimately promoting the productive industry, comfort, moral improvement, and happiness of the labouring classes of society, and of the poor, and of training up children in the way in which they should go : also observations on the New Lanark School, and on the systems of education of Mr. Owen, of the Rev. Dr. Bell, and that of the new British and foreign system of mututal instruction /154739777n 5006049494977lccn-n80037004Owen, Robert1771-1858lccn-n50081516Orbiston Communitylccn-no2010157936Cullen, Alexanderlccn-n86004860Macnab, Henry Grey1761-1823lccn-n87912102Institution for the Formation of Characterlccn-nr2006030822Gatrell, Vic1941-edtlccn-n79054986Owen, Robert Dale1801-1877lccn-n85323089M'Gavin, William1773-1832lccn-n50020871Baines, EdwardSir1800-1890lccn-n87912997British and Foreign Philanthropic SocietyNew Lanark EstablishmentHistoryGreat BritainSocialismCommunismNew Lanark EstablishmentCollective settlementsPoorScotland--New LanarkOwen, Robert,EducationScotlandDistribution (Economic theory)Working classInstitution for the Formation of CharacterUtopian socialismUnited StatesUtopiasLaborEducation--PhilosophyLabor movementDale, David,Social sciences--PhilosophyOrbiston CommunityCotton manufactureSociologySocial problemsEconomic historyCharacterScotland--LanarkshireTravelCooperationShakersSocial historyManners and customsSocial sciences181218161817181918211822182318241825183218331838183918411845184918541871189019101924195619691970197119721973197419751976198319891993199920002010371652167335.10942HX69611ocn502801791book18210.88Owen, RobertReport to the county of Lanark of a plan for relieving public distress and removing discontent by giving permanent, productive employment to the poor and working classes ...History11ocn502801610book19100.76Cullen, AlexanderAdventures in socialism; New Lanark Establishment and Orbiston Community58523ocn065248317file18160.90Owen, RobertAn address delivered to the inhabitants of New Lanark, on the first of January, 1816, at the opening of the Institution established for the formation of character43517ocn001174280file18210.88Owen, RobertReport to the county of Lanark of a plan for relieving public distress and removing discontent by giving permanent, productive employment to the poor and working classes ...History3528ocn000281087book19100.76Cullen, AlexanderAdventures in socialism; New Lanark Establishment and Orbiston Community2555ocn000553456book19720.73Robert Owen at New Lanark; two booklets and one pamphlet, 1824-18382436ocn002722504book18250.70Owen, RobertA new view of society & other writings1737ocn065264191file18250.90Owen, RobertTwo discourses on a new system of society as delivered in the Hall of Representatives at Washington ... on the 25th of February, the second on the 7th of March, 18251578ocn065257302file18240.86Owen, Robert DaleAn outline of the system of education at New LanarkHistory1486ocn065257299file18240.90M'Gavin, WilliamThe fundamental principles of the New Lanark system exposed, in a series of letters to Robert Owen1426ocn065267869com18380.90Baines, EdwardMr. Owen's establishment, at New Lanark, a failure!! as proved by Edward Baines, Esq. M.P., and other gentlemen, deputed with him by the parishioners of Leeds, to visit and inspect that establishment, and report thereon1406ocn065249034com18190.92Macnab, Henry GreyThe new views of Mr. Owen of Lanark impartially examined as rational means of ultimately promoting the productive industry, comfort, moral improvement, and happiness of the labouring classes of society, and of the poor, and of training up children in the way in which they should go : also observations on the New Lanark School, and on the systems of education of Mr. Owen, of the Rev. Dr. Bell, and that of the new British and foreign system of mututal instruction1354ocn065252212com18220.90Summary of Mr. Owen's plan for the permanent relief of the working classes1345ocn065273411file18390.88Fleming, Gordon HA day at New Lanark and a sketch of its present condition1344ocn065315606file18490.88Owen, RobertNarrative of the thirty years' experiments at New Lanark1344ocn065316568file18490.88Owen, RobertNew Lanark1335ocn065271381file18410.92Owen, RobertAddress on opening the Institution for the Formation of Character, at New Lanark delivered on the 1st of January, 1816 : being the first public announcement of the discovery of the infant school systemAn address by Robert Owen outlining his view of the malleability of human nature, and calling for a radical change in the way social institutions are established. Human progress is inhibited by the lack of knowledge about how human beings are to be educated so as to pursue productive activities and eschew debilitating vices1307ocn065246609com18210.92Macnab, Henry GreyExamen impartial des nouvelles vues de M. Robert Owen et de ses établissmens à New-Lanark en Écosse, pour le soulagement et l'emploi le plus utile des classes ouvrières et des pauvres, et pour l'éducation de leurs enfans, etc., etc. : avec des observations sur l'application de ce système à l'économie politique de tous les gouvernemens, etc.522ocn471706773com20100.59Harrison, J. F. CRobert Owen and the Owenites in Britain and America: the quest for the new moral worldHistoryBibliographyRobert Owen and the Owenites were associated with the rise of an early industrial society in Britain and with the development of an agricultural, frontier society in the United States during the first half of the nineteenth century. This book, originally published in 1969, was the first to use both British and American source material, and tells the story of Robert Owen and the movement associated with his name, from the standpoint of comparative social and intellectual history. The book directs new light on Owenism, and at the same time illuminates general problems of the history of social mo+-+5412000695362ocn001265075book18120.84Owen, RobertA statement regarding the New Lanark Establishment272ocn012240667book19830.73McLaren, David JDavid Dale of New Lanark : a bright luminary to Scotland242ocn020649783book19890.59Hardy, DennisUtopian thought and communal experience+-+5412000695Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch14537