Robert Dale Owen

Standard Name: Owen, Robert Dale

Connections

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Friends, Associates Frances Wright
On her voyage back to Europe, FW had as companion Robert Owen 's son, Robert Dale Owen . During her stay in Europe, she made the acquaintance of Mary Shelley (who became a friend and...
Friends, Associates Mary Shelley
Another important friend of MS was the radical Frances Wright , who corresponded with her from 1827, and also put her in touch with Robert Owen's son Robert Dale Owen .
Shelley, Mary. “Introduction”. Lodore, edited by Lisa Vargo, Broadview, 1997, pp. 9 - 45.
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Vargo, Lisa. “Lodore and the ’Novel of Society’”. Women’s Writing, No. 3, pp. 425 - 40.
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The two...
Occupation Frances Wright
On her arrival at New Harmony, she began work as coeditor of Robert Dale Owen 's free-thinking journal, the New Harmony Gazette. Her careers as a woman of letters and as a public speaker...
Textual Production Frances Wright
FW published a 12-page pamphlet, An Address to the Industrious Classes; A Sketch of a System of National Education as number three in Robert Dale Owen 's Popular Tracts series, New York.
British Library Catalogue.
Textual Production Frances Wright
In June 1828, on a visit to Robert Owen 's utopian community at New Harmony, Indiana, FW became coeditor (with Owen's son Robert Dale Owen ) of the New Harmony Gazette, a free-thinking...

Timeline

October 1832
American Robert Dale Owen 's tract Moral Physiology; or a brief and plain treatise on the population question was published in London.
April 1878
London publisher Edward Truelove was convicted after the Society for the Suppression of Vice raided his premises and seized literature on birth control.