A brief account of the first Concordium or harmonious industrial college, a home for the affectionate, skilful, and industrious, uncontaminated by false sympathy, avaricous cunning, or excessive labour.
Ham Common, Surrey, UK: Concordium Press, Alcott House, [1843?]. Pamphlet. 8p., disbound, some foxing and toning, small burn mark in first few pages else good condition, 5x8 inches.
Posthumous publication by a utopian community that Greaves founded, based on simple living, vegetarianism, progressive education and animal rights. The Alcott House was a key group in founding the Vegetarian Society in 1847.
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