Date Range: 1974-2006
ID Number: CS 059
This collection consists of newsletters and announcements from the community. It includes articles, informational booklets produced by the community, and conference presentation papers as well as guides and maps with historic information.
This collection is open to the public without restriction. The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) govern the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.
Please credit the courtesy of University of Southern Indiana’s Archives and Special collections at David L. Rice Library.
Communal Living; Collective Settlements; Housing, Cooperative; Intentional Communities; Collective farms; Commune
|Folder 1||Tour/Historic Guides, maps and events||1984-1992||20-C|
|Folder 2||Newsletters: Utopian, 1988 & 1992; Bishop Hill Heritage Association, 1975-1993; Bishop Hill Heritage News, 1979-1988; Bishop Hill Heritage Association Newsbulletin, 1990-2006||1975-2006||20-C|
|Folder 3||Clippings and articles||1979-1995||20-C|
|Folder 4||Conference papers and scholarly writings: “The Bishop Hill Colony: A Religious Communistic Settlement in Henry County, Illinois.” Michael A. Mikkelsen, John Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science||1892||20-C|
|Folder 4||“Eric Janson and the Bishop Hill Colony.” Sivert Erdahl, Illinois State Historical Society Journal||1925||20-C|
|Folder 4||“Bibliography of Midwestern Experimental Communities: Illinois.” E. Cheryl Schnirring||n.d.||20-C|
|Folder 4||“The Janssonists Meet America: Culture, Thought and Living at Swedish Bishop Hill, Il.” John E. Norton, presented at the International Communal Studies Conference, New Harmony, IN.||1993||20-C|
|Folder 4||“The Janssonist Faith, from Biskopskulla to Bishop Hill.” John E. Norton, Communal Studies Conference, Nauvoo, IL.||1992||20-C|
|Folder 4||“The Charter of the Bishop Hill Colony.”||n.d.||20-C|
|Folder 4||“The History of the Bishop Hill Colony.” Eric Johnson||1880||20-C|
|Folder 4||“English Settlements in Illinois.” Rich Burkhardt||1983||20-C|
|Folder 4||“A Farewell Address from Eric Jansson” Translation and German||1845||20-C|