"Esperanza. My Journey Thither and What I Found There"

Title"Esperanza. My Journey Thither and What I Found There"
Year for Search1856
Authors[Nichols], [Thomas Low](1815-1901)
Secondary TitleNichol’s Monthly: A Magazine of Social Science and Progressive Literature (Cincinnati, OH)
Volume / Edition ns 2 – 3
Pagination63-73, 129-46, 192-223, 273-91, 355-74, 425-43; 44-63, 79-108, 127-50, 203-25, 253-78, 301-25
Date PublishedJanuary - December 1856
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia detailing a communal system based on spiritualism, privacy, vegetarianism, and free love with little sex. Details of the way the community was both influenced by and departed from Charles Fourier (1772-1837). Nichols founded a community in the U. S. Due to his opposition to the Civil War, he moved to London in 1861. See also “Promise of the Future.” In his Woman in All Ages and Nations; a complete and authentic history of the manners and customs, character and condition of the female sex, in civilized and savage countries, from the earliest ages to the present time. New-York: H. Long and Brother, 1849), 204-38.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. Cincinnati, OH: Valentine Nicholson, 1860.

Holding Institutions

IU, W2,872

Author Note

(1815-1901)

Full Text

1856 [Nichols, Thomas Low] (1815-1901). “Esperanza. My Journey Thither and What I Found There.” Nichol’s Monthly: A Magazine of Social Science and Progressive Literature (Cincinnati, OH), ns 23 (January - December 1856): 63-73, 129-46, 192-223, 273-91, 355-74, 425-43; 44 [47 in the index]-63, 79-108, 127-50, 203-25 [incorrectly labeled September on the first page], 253-78, 301-25. Rpt. Cincinnati, OH: Valentine Nicholson, 1860. IU, W2,872

Eutopia detailing a communal system based on spiritualism, privacy, vegetarianism, and free love with little sex. Details of the way the community was both influenced by and departed from Charles Fourier (1772-1837). Nichols founded a community in the U. S. Due to his opposition to the Civil War, he moved to London in 1861. See also “Promise of the Future.” In his Woman in All Ages and Nations; a complete and authentic history of the manners and customs, character and condition of the female sex, in civilized and savage countries, from the earliest ages to the present time. New-York: H. Long and Brother, 1849), 204-38.