The Icarians and Their Neighbors Article First Online: 01 August 2006 DOI:
Cite this article as: Wiegenstein, S. Int J Histor Archaeol (2006) 10: 283. doi:10.1007/s10761-006-0011-5
This chapter examines the relationships between the mostly French Icarian communists of Illinois, Missouri, and Iowa, and the Midwest communities among which they settled. It gives a thumbnail sketch of the Icarian history in America and then focuses on how the French-speaking, communist Icarians interacted with the English-speaking individualist societies around them in their different localities.
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