A Scientific Division and Nomenclature of the Earth, and Particularly the Territory of the United States into States, Counties, Townships, Farms and Lots; for Promoting the Equality, Individuality and Inalienableness of Man's Rights to Sovereignty, Life, Labor and Domain, While at the Same Time it Constitutes a Scientific Geography of the Earth: Also a Constitution for Nebrashevil [Nebraska] or Any Other State: For the Consideration of National Reformers and Other Statesmen

TitleA Scientific Division and Nomenclature of the Earth, and Particularly the Territory of the United States into States, Counties, Townships, Farms and Lots; for Promoting the Equality, Individuality and Inalienableness of Man's Rights to Sovereignty, Life, Labor and Domain, While at the Same Time it Constitutes a Scientific Geography of the Earth: Also a Constitution for Nebrashevil [Nebraska] or Any Other State: For the Consideration of National Reformers and Other Statesmen
Year for Search1847
AuthorsMasquerier, Lewis(b. 1802)
Pagination12 pp.
Date Published1847
PublisherOffice of "Young America"
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia. The bulk of this brief pamphlet is concerned with nomenclature and the division of the world into equal areas, but it includes a short constitution that specifies, among other things, that each individual be given a plot of land and a plan for settlement. See also 1877 and 1884 Masquerier and his Premium Remedy for Hireling Slavery; Classified Principles and Elements of Rights and Wrongs; Diagrams of Township and Village, and Revolutionary Hymns. New York: Ptd. by J. A. Lant, 1877 (DLC). . 

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Author Note

The author (b. 1802) was a member of the International Workingmen’s Association (First International) in the U. S.

Full Text

1847 Masquerier, Lewis (b. 1802). A Scientific Division and Nomenclature of the Earth, and Particularly the Territory of the United States into States, Counties, Townships, Farms and Lots; for Promoting the Equality, Individuality and Inalienableness of Man’s Rights to Sovereignty, Life, Labor and Domain, While at the Same Time it Constitutes a Scientific Geography of the Earth: Also a Constitution for Nebrashevil [Nebraska] or Any Other State: For the Consideration of National Reformers and Other Statesmen. New York: Office of “Young America”. 12 pp. DLC

Eutopia. The bulk of this brief pamphlet is concerned with nomenclature and the division of the world into equal areas, but it includes a short constitution that specifies, among other things, that each individual be given a plot of land and a plan for settlement. See also 1877 and 1884 Masquerier and his Premium Remedy for Hireling Slavery; Classified Principles and Elements of Rights and Wrongs; Diagrams of Township and Village, and Revolutionary Hymns. New York: Ptd. by J. A. Lant, 1877 (DLC). . The author was a member of the International Workingmen’s Association (First International) in the U. S.