Alcotts

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Amos Bronson Alcott - Life and Work - Fruitlands
... Lane and Alcott collaborated on a major expansion of their educational theories into a Utopian society ... Alcott, however, was still in debt and could not purchase the land needed for their planned community ... property the rest was meant to be paid by the Alcotts over a two year period ...
The Wayside - The Alcotts
... after the failure of the Fruitlands experiment, educator and philosopher Amos Bronson Alcott and his family moved to Concord ... Alcott's wife Abby May had recently inherited about $2,000 and they intended to use the money to buy a home ... The Alcotts moved in on April 1, 1845 they named the home "Hillside" ...
Orchard House - History
... The Alcotts had first moved to Concord in 1840, although they left in 1843 to start Fruitlands, a utopian agrarian commune in nearby Harvard ... The Alcotts returned to Concord once again in 1857 and bought another property in May 1858 ... Consequently the Alcotts named it Orchard House ...
Piano Sonata No. 2 (Ives)
... of Emerson and Thoreau, a sketch of the Alcotts, and a scherzo supposed to reflect a lighter quality which is often found in the fantastic side of Hawthorne." The ... Ives himself made a complete recording of "The Alcotts" and excerpts of the first two movements ... In 1986, Bruce Hornsby borrowed the opening phrase of "The Alcotts" movement as the introduction to his hit "Every Little Kiss" (as heard on the album The Way It Is) ...