The Happy Colony. Dedicated to the Workmen of Great Britain

TitleThe Happy Colony. Dedicated to the Workmen of Great Britain
Year for Search1854
AuthorsPemberton, Robert(1788-1879)
Date Published1854
PublisherSaunders and Otley
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

A eutopia designed to be established in New Zealand and based on a reformed educational system. It was never established. There are two fold out designs showing the layout of the proposed colony and of the colleges.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. New York: Garland, 1985 bound with Benjamin Ward Richardson’s Hygeia: A City of Health (1876).

Info Notes

See J[ohn] R. Rockey, “An Australasian Utopist: Robert Pemberton F. R. S.L., The Last of the Self-Confessed Owenites and the Last of the World Makers.” New Zealand Journal of History 15.2 (October 1981): 157-78.

Illustration

There are two fold out designs showing the layout of the proposed colony and of the colleges.

Holding Institutions

ATL, L, M

Author Note

(1788-1879)

Full Text

1854 Pemberton, Robert (1788-1879). The Happy Colony. Dedicated to the Workmen of Great Britain. London: Saunders and Otley. Rpt. New York: Garland, 1985 bound with Benjamin Ward Richardson’s Hygeia: A City of Health (1876). ATL, L, M

A eutopia designed to be established in New Zealand and based on a reformed educational system. It was never established. There are two fold out designs showing the layout of the proposed colony and of the colleges. See J[ohn] R. Rockey, “An Australasian Utopist: Robert Pemberton F. R. S.L., The Last of the Self-Confessed Owenites and the Last of the World Makers.” New Zealand Journal of History 15.2 (October 1981): 157-78.