"Moonblight"

Title"Moonblight"
Year for Search1892
AuthorsBeard, Dan[iel (1850-1941)
Tertiary AuthorsBeard, Dan
Secondary TitleMoonblight and Six Feet of Romance
Pagination17-197
Date Published1892
PublisherCharles L. Webster
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia and how to bring it about. A man can see the true character of people, and he reforms a small mining area called Moonblight based on real equality of opportunity. He abolishes the company store and allows private enterprise in the area. All the rent from land goes to public works. Temperance. The sale of liquor cancels a lease. Structured so that the village will control the area after the current owner’s death.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. (Trenton, NJ: A. Brandt, 1904), 17-197, which was rpt. (New York: AMS Press, 1976), 17-197.

Holding Institutions

DLC, MoU-St, W3,428

Author Note

(1850-1941)

Full Text

1892 Beard, Dan[iel Carter] (1850-1941). “Moonblight.” In his Moonblight and Six Feet of Romance (New York: Charles L. Webster, 1892), 17-197. Rpt. (Trenton, NJ: A. Brandt, 1904), 17-197, which was rpt. (New York: AMS Press, 1976), 17-197. DLC, MoU-St, W3,428

Eutopia and how to bring it about. A man can see the true character of people, and he reforms a small mining area called Moonblight based on real equality of opportunity. He abolishes the company store and allows private enterprise in the area. All the rent from land goes to public works. Temperance. The sale of liquor cancels a lease. Structured so that the village will control the area after the current owner’s death.