The Utopian Colony Around Tennessee’s Oldest Library
The New York Times, Harper’s Weekly and The Spectator sent stringers to cover the experiment. The writer from Harper’s was so impressed, he speculated “that the coming year would witness a grand exodus of the middle classes of England.”
Rugby, Tennessee: Being Some Account of the Settlement Founded on the Cumberland Plateau by the Board of Aid to Land Ownership, Limited
The Comic History of the United States
Frost’s United StatesHistory of America
The Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution
Literature of Kissing
The Art of Writing
A Book of Golden Thought
Vulgarisms and Other Errors of Speech
New York TimesHarper’s WeeklyThe SpectatorHarper’s
Rugbein Rugby Gazette
Rachel Louise Martin is a writer and historian based in Nashville, Tennessee. She has written for O Magazine, the Atlantic online, and CityLab, and she has PhD in women’s and gender history from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Read more at www.rachelmartinwrites.com or follow her on Twitter & Instagram: @ R_LMartin.
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