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Fruitlands was a utopian agrarian commune established in Harvard, Massachusetts, by Amos Bronson Alcott and Charles Lane in the 1840s, based on transcendentalist principles. An account of its less-than-successful activities can be found in Transcendental Wild Oats by Alcott's daughter Louisa May Alcott. The community was short-lived and lasted only seven months. It was dependent on farming, which turned out to be too difficult. The original farmhouse, along with other historic buildings from the area, is now a part of Fruitlands Museum.

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  • Fruitlands (deutsch in etwa Fruchtäcker) war eine utopische landwirtschaftliche Kommune, die 1843 unter der Leitung von Amos Bronson Alcott und erfolglos versuchte, sich auf der Basis transzendentalistischer Ideen mit einem Bauernhof selbst zu versorgen. Die von ihr verwendeten Gebäude befinden sich in Harvard im Bundesstaat Massachusetts der Vereinigten Staaten und dienen heute als Museum. Die Farm wurde 1974 als National Historic Landmark in das National Register of Historic Places eingetragen und ist seit 1997 Contributing Property des Fruitlands Museums Historic District. Seit 2016 befinden sich das Museum und 85 Hektar umgebendes Land im Eigentum der Trustees of Reservations.
  • 果园公社是一个基于超验主义原则的乌托邦式农业公社,由阿莫士·布朗森·奥尔柯特和于十九世纪四十年代在成立。有关它并不太成功的活动的叙述可以在奥尔柯特女儿露意莎·梅·奥尔柯特的作品《》中找到。 莱恩买下了所谓的怀曼农场和它90英畝(360,000平方米)的土地,还包括一个破旧的房子和谷仓。果园公社的居民不吃动物制品,只喝水,洗浴只用常温水,而且“没有人造光破坏黑夜的时长和他们清晨的明媚”。 此外,财产属于公有,禁止使用动物劳力。 公社只短暂的持续了七个月。它依赖于农耕,那被证明太难了。最初的农舍,连同这个地区的其他历史建筑,现在是的一部分。
  • Fruitlands estis utopia terkultiva komunumo establita en Harvardo, Masaĉuseco, de Amos Bronson Alcott kaj Charles Lane en la 1840-aj jaroj, surbaze de principoj Transcendismo. Raporto pri ĝiaj malpli ol sukcesaj agadoj troviĝas en Transcendental Wild Oats de la filino de Alcott, Louisa May Alcott. La komunumo estis mallonga kaj daŭris nur sep monatojn. Ĝi dependis de agrikulturo, kiu montriĝis tro malfacila. La origina loĝdomo, kune kun aliaj historiaj konstruaĵoj de la areo, estas nun parto de Fruitlands Museum.
  • Fruitlands was a utopian agrarian commune established in Harvard, Massachusetts, by Amos Bronson Alcott and Charles Lane in the 1840s, based on transcendentalist principles. An account of its less-than-successful activities can be found in Transcendental Wild Oats by Alcott's daughter Louisa May Alcott. The community was short-lived and lasted only seven months. It was dependent on farming, which turned out to be too difficult. The original farmhouse, along with other historic buildings from the area, is now a part of Fruitlands Museum.
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