Britischer sozialreformer robert. Owen, Robert
- Relying on his own observations, experiences and thoughts, Owen saw his view of human nature as original and "the most basic and necessary constituent in an evolving science of society"
- Owen's four sons, Robert Dale, William, David Dale and Richard, and his daughter Jane Dale, followed their father to the United States, becoming US citizens and permanent residents in New Harmony, Indiana
- Retrieved 14 September 2017
- However, Owen developed his own, pro-socialist outlook
- Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society
| Clair, James E
||in libraries catalog• In 1828, Owen returned to London, where he continued to champion the working class, lead the development of and the movement, and support the passage of child labour laws and free co-educational schools
| Eight-hour day [ ] Owen raised the demand for an in 1810 and set about instituting the policy at
|| George Rapp's Harmony Society 1785—1847
| Unfortunately, some of his partners in this venture did not share his beliefs or his enthusiasms
|| "A Broad Stroke: New Harmony's Artistic Legacy"
| 1802 Ann or Anne Caroline b
|| 72, 80 and 83 Victor Lincoln Albjerg March 1946
| Retrieved 30 August 2018