|Periodical:||The American Socialist|
From Pat Deveney's database:
Oneida, NY. Publisher: Oneida & Wallingford Communities. Editor: John Humphrey Noyes, William A. Hinds.
1/1, March 30, 1876-December 25, 1879. This was the "new series" of the Oneida Circular, the weekly organ of the perfectionist and socialist communities founded by John Humphrey Noyes (1811-1886) in Oneida, New York, and Wallingford, Connecticut. Noyes had firmly rejected spiritualism and the Rochester rappings in 1851, but by 1874 had come to see its usefulness, as the journal reflects. LOC.
|Issues:||The American Socialist V1 N40 Dec 28 1876|