"1970" A Vision of The Coming Age

Title"1970" A Vision of The Coming Age
Year for Search1870
AuthorsCollins, John (1814-1902)
Pagination 28 pp.
Date Published1870
PublisherNp
Place PublishedBurlington, NJ
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopian poem describing a dream of the millennium in which Christianity is the world religion, and Christian morality is the rule. God has decreed that there will be no more damage by fires, floods, and storms and animals are no longer dangerous. No alcohol, tobacco, or theater. No disease. No hotels; all homes are open to anyone. No lawyers. No stock market. Technology has brought the world, and even the planets, close together. Environmental renewal.

Additional Publishers

 Rpt. Philadelphia, PA: Np [Ptd. Burlington, NJ: Enterprise Print]. 24 pp. 

Info Notes

An author’s note says it was written in 1870 and some libraries have it cataloged under that date.

Illustration

Picture of the author as a frontispiece.

Holding Institutions

PSt

Author Note

(1814-1902)

Full Text

1870 Collins, John (1814-1902). 1970” A Vision of The Coming Age. Burlington, NJ: Np. 28 pp. Rpt. Philadelphia, PA: Np [Ptd. Burlington, NJ: Enterprise Print]. 24 pp. PPLC (copy presented by the author), PSt

Eutopian poem describing a dream of the millennium in which Christianity is the world religion, and Christian morality is the rule. God has decreed that there will be no more damage by fires, floods, and storms and animals are no longer dangerous. No alcohol, tobacco, or theater. No disease. No hotels; all homes are open to anyone. No lawyers. No stock market. Technology has brought the world, and even the planets, close together. Environmental renewal.