How They Lived in Hampton: A Study of Practical Christianity Applied in the Manufacture of Woollens

TitleHow They Lived in Hampton: A Study of Practical Christianity Applied in the Manufacture of Woollens
Year for Search1888
AuthorsHale, Edward Everett(1822-1909)
Date Published1888
PublisherJ. Stilman Smith & Co
Place PublishedBoston, MA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia based on the cooperation of capital, management, and labor. Management and labor get a salary, and capital gets a basic return, and each get one third of the profit.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Sybaris and Other Homes To Which is Added How They Lived in Hampton. Vol. 9 of The Works of Edward Everett Hale (Boston, MA: Little Brown, and Co., 1900), 211-470; and rpt. without the subtitle New York: Arno Press and The New York Times, 1971. An early, short version was published with one illustration to the first installment as “Back to Back. A Story of Today.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 55.330  - 56.331  (November - December 1877): 873-84; 34-42; and rpt. as Back to Back; A Story of Today. Vol. 48 of Harper’s Half Hour Series. New York: Harper & Bros., 1878. A British ed. reversed the original title to Practical Christianity Applied in the Manufacture of Woollens; or, How They Lived in Hampton. London: Cassell & Co., 1892

Title Note

An early, short version was published with one illustration to the first installment as “Back to Back. A Story of Today.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 55.330  - 56.331  (November - December 1877): 873-84; 34-42.

A British ed. reversed the original title to Practical Christianity Applied in the Manufacture of Woollens; or, How They Lived in Hampton. London: Cassell & Co., 1892

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Author Note

(1822-1909)

Full Text

1888 Hale, Edward Everett (1822-1909). How They Lived in Hampton: A Study of Practical Christianity Applied in the Manufacture of Woollens. Boston, MA: J. Stilman Smith & Co. Rpt. in Sybaris and Other Homes To Which is Added How They Lived in Hampton. Vol. 9 of The Works of Edward Everett Hale (Boston, MA: Little Brown, and Co., 1900), 211-470; and rpt. without the subtitle New York: Arno Press and The New York Times, 1971. An early, short version was published with one illustration to the first installment as “Back to Back. A Story of Today.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 55.330  - 56.331  (November - December 1877): 873-84; 34-42; and rpt. as Back to Back; A Story of Today. Vol. 48 of Harper’s Half Hour Series. New York: Harper & Bros., 1878. A British ed. reversed the original title to Practical Christianity Applied in the Manufacture of Woollens; or, How They Lived in Hampton. London: Cassell & Co., 1892. DLC, MoU-St, NjP, PSt

Eutopia based on the cooperation of capital, management, and labor. Management and labor get a salary, and capital gets a basic return, and each get one third of the profit.