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Works by Josiah Warren.

  • A Late Member of New Harmony. "Explanation of the Design and Arrangements of the Cooperative Magazine which has Recently Been Commenced. Western Tiller, 8 communications from June 1 to July 27, 1827.
  • Josiah Warren and Cosmopolite, “To the Public,” Mechanics Free Press 1, no. 18 (May 10, 1828): 2.
  • J. W., [letter on Robert Owen], The March of Mind, 1828. [CINCI]
  • Josiah Warren, “From the March of Mind,” New Harmony Gazette 2, no. 46 (September 10, 1828): 365. [reprint of article above] [1]
  • Josiah Warren, "Time System for Labor Exchange," Western Tiller (5 articles) Sept/Oct 1828. [CINCI]
  • Robert Dale Owen and Josiah Warren, “Printing in Private Families,” The Free Enquirer 2, no. 20 (March 13, 1830): 157. [includes "Reduction in the Cost of Printing Apparatus"]
  • [1830.01] Josiah Warren, Reduction in the Cost of Printing Apparatus, Cincinnati: Warren, Josiah, firm, 1830 [broadside. 34 x 11 cm.]
  • ---. ---. The British Co-operator." No. III, ???
  • ---. ---. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette. No. 356. Saturday, June 5, 1830. 237-238. [reprinted from The British Co-operator] [2]
    • [note on the above]. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette. No. 358. Saturday, June 19, 1830. 272.[3]
  • ---. ---. The Polar Star. V, 1. July, 1830. 21-22.
  • [1830.02] ---, ---, The Free Enquirer, 2, 20 (March 13, 1830), 157.
  • Josiah Warren, “To the Friends of the Equal Exchange of Labor in the West,” The Free Enquirer 23, no. 38 (July 17, 1830): 301-302.
  • J. W., "Improvement in the Machinery of Law," The Free Enquirer, 2, 38 (July 17, 1830), 300. [4]
  • J. W., "Reply to E. C.," Free Enquirer, 2, 42 (Aug 14, 1830), 332. [5]
  • J. W., "Social Experiment," Free Enquirer, 3, 18 (February 16, 1831), 137.
  • Josiah Warren, “Written on Hearing of the Death of Camilla Wright,” The Free Enquirer 5, no. 18 (February 23, 1833): 144. [poem]
  • [1836.1] Josiah Warren, Introduction to a new printing apparatus, adapted to the wants and capacities of private citizens. Trenton, Tuscarawas County, Ohio : Josiah Warren, 1836.
  • [1841.1] Josiah Warren, Manifesto, New Harmony, Ind.: J. Warren, 1841.
  • Josiah Warren, Herald of Equity, Cincinnati – 1841
  • Labor Prices broadside – 1842
  • Gazette of Equitable Commerce, vol. 1 no. 2, dated New Harmony September 1842, 8 pp.. Pretty familiar stuff on the Time Store, EC etc.
  • [1843.1] Josiah Warren, A new system of notation: intended to promote the more general cultivation & more just performance of music, New Harmony, Ind.: Warren, 1843.
  • [1844] Josiah Warren, Letter on equitable commerce, New Harmony, Ind. : Warren's Amateur Print., 1844. [16p. Caption title and some of text in letter press; remainder of text in engraving or stereotyping to reproduce Warren's handwriting./ Letter, addressed to G. Soward, Hopedale, Milford, Mass., dated New Harmony, Ia., Feb. 1844. Imprint, Warren's Amateur Print., at end of text. Ind. Hist. soc.]
  • [1833.1] Josiah Warren, ed., The Peaceful Revolutionist, Cincinnati, Ohio: Peaceful revolutionist, 1833-1848 [Monthly; Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1833)-v. 1, no. 4 (Apr. 5, 1833); v. 2, no. 1 (May 1848).] [partial contents]
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1833)
  • Vol. 1, no. 2 (Feb. 5, 1833)
  • Vol. 1, no. 3
  • Vol. 1, no. 4 (Apr. 5, 1833)
  • Vol. 2, no. 1 (May 1848) [Indiana Historical Society]
  •  ?, ?
  • [1833.03] "State Of Things in 1833," Reformer and Christian, 13, 3 (Apr 1833), 34.
  • [1836.1] Josiah Warren, Introduction to a new printing apparatus, adapted to the wants and capacities of private citizens. Trenton, Tuscarawas County, Ohio : Josiah Warren, 1836.
  • [1841.1] Josiah Warren, Manifesto, New Harmony, Ind.: J. Warren, 1841.
  • Josiah Warren, Herald of Equity, Cincinnati – 1841
  • Labor Prices broadside – 1842
  • Gazette of Equitable Commerce, vol. 1 no. 2, dated New Harmony September 1842, 8 pp.. Pretty familiar stuff on the Time Store, EC etc.
  • [1843.1] Josiah Warren, A new system of notation: intended to promote the more general cultivation & more just performance of music, New Harmony, Ind.] : Warren, 1843.
  • [1844] Josiah Warren, Letter on equitable commerce, New Harmony, Ind. : Warren's Amateur Print., 1844. [16p. Caption title and some of text in letter press; remainder of text in engraving or stereotyping to reproduce Warren's handwriting./ Letter, addressed to G. Soward, Hopedale, Milford, Mass., dated New Harmony, Ia., Feb. 1844. Imprint, Warren's Amateur Print., at end of text. Ind. Hist. soc.]
  • A Collection of the Most Popular Church Music Written Upon Geometric or Scientific Principles (New Harmony), 1844.
  • 1845-6: contributions to the Indiana Statesman, New Harmony (Feb 1 1845; March 7 1846); and a series of engravings: July 4; Aug 16; Oct 11; Dec 27 1845; Jan 31; Feb 14, 1846.
  • [1846.1] Josiah Warren, Equitable commerce: a new development of principles, as substitutes for laws and governments. Proposed as elements of new society. New Harmony, Ind., 1846. [OLINK]
  • [1846.2] "A New System of Notation," American Journal of Music and Musical Visitor, 4, 19 (Feb 16, 1846), 47.
  • Josiah Warren, "Improvement in Compositions for Stereotype-Plates," US Patent #4479, April 25, 1849.
  • Maria L. Varney. "Equitable Commerce: Or Association without Combination." [I] Boston Investigator. April 08, 1846 [+ 2 notices]
  • Maria L. Varney. "Equitable Commerce: Or Association without Combination." [II] Boston Investigator. April 15, 1846
  • Thomas Varney. "Equitable Commerce: Or Association without Combination." [III] Boston Investigator. May 06, 1846
  • [1846.4] "A List of Patents Issued from the 14th March to 11th April, 1846," Scientific American, 1, 49 (August 27), 1846, 1. ["To Josiah Warren, of New Harmony, Ind., for improvement in composition of stereotype-plates: patented 25th April."]
  • [1847.1] John Pickering, The working man's political economy: founded upon the principle of immutable justice and the inalienable rights of man; designed for the promotor of national reform. Cincinnati : Stereotyped in Warren's new patent method by Thomas Varney, 1847. [OLINK]
  • "Equitable Commerce" [excerpt]. The Univercoelum. 4, 3 () 38.
  • [1849] Josiah Warren, Equitable commerce : a new development of principles, for the harmoneous adjustment and regulation of the pecuniary, intellectual, and moral intercourse of mankind : proposed as elements of new society. Second edition. Utopia, Ohio : Published by Amos E. Senter, 1849. [GOOGLE]
  • "Lecture by Josiah Warren," Boston Investigator, 18, 37 (January 17, 1849), 3.
  • "The People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 37 (January 17, 1849), 3.
  • ---, Boston Investigator, 18, 38 (January 24, 1849), 3.
  • ---, Boston Investigator, 18, 39 (January 31, 1849), 3.
  • ---, Boston Investigator, 18, 40 (February 7, 1849), 3.
  • ---, Boston Investigator, 18, 41 (February 14, 1849), 3.
  • ---, Boston Investigator, 18, 42 (February 21, 1849), 3.
  • "Mr. Warren's Lecture," Boston Investigator, 18, 38 (January 24, 1849), 3. [[6]
  • [notice], Boston Investigator, 18, 39 (January 24, 1849), 3.
  • [notice], Boston Investigator, 18, 40 (February 7, 1849), 3.
  • [notice], Boston Investigator, 18, 41 (February 14, 1849), 3.
  • [notice], Boston Investigator, 18, 42 (February 21, 1849), 3.
  • "People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 43 (February 28, 1849), 3.
  • "The People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 43 (February 28, 1849), 3.
  • [notice], Pittsburgh (Pa.,) National Reformer, May?, 1849. [reprinted in next entry]
  • [notice], Boston Investigator, 19, 2 (May 16, 1849), 2.
  • "Equitable Commerce," The Literary Union; a Journal of Progress, in Literature and Education, Religion, 1, 14 (July 7, 1849), 218. [This contains the same extract as Boston Investigator, May 16, 1849, above.]
  • "To Correspondents." Boston Investigator, 19, 11 (July 18, 1849)
  • "Josiah Warren—and 'R. H.'." Boston Investigator, 19, 12 (July 25, 1849), 2.
  • "Letter from Josiah Warren (September 25, 1849)." Boston Investigator, 19, 21 (September 25, 1849), 3.
  • notice, Boston Investigator, 19, 21 (September 25, 1849), 3. http://libertarian-library.blogspot.com/2007/06/note-on-letter-from-josiah-warren.html]
  • S. P. Andrews, "Phonotypy and Phonography, or Speech-Printing and Speech-Writing," Boston Investigator, 19, 22 (October 3, 1849), 4.
  • Josiah Warren, "Equitable Commerce. No. II," Boston Investigator, 19, 23 (October 10, 1849), ??.
  • Josiah Warren, "Equitable Commerce. No. III. What Constitutes the Just Reward of Labor?," Boston Investigator, 19, ?? (October ??, 1849), ??.
  • Common Sense. "Man above Institutions." Boston Investigator. November 07, 1849.
  • Worker, "A few Words about 'What Constitutes the Just Reward of Labor'," Boston Investigator, 19, 28 (November 14, 1849), 1.
  • Josiah Warren, "Equitable Commerce. No. IV," Boston Investigator, 19, 29 (November 21, 1849), 2.
  • List of New Publications Received, The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, 9 (December 1849), 158. [Equitable commerce]
  • Peter I. Blacker. "The System of Equitable Commerce: or, Labor for Labor. No. 1." Boston Investigator. April 24, 1850.
  • "Cooperative Industry." Bangor Daily Whig and Courier. April 30, 1850.
  • M. P. S., "A Letter from Utopia," Boston Investigator, 19, 52 (May 1, 1850), 3.
  • "Improvement in Printing," Scientific American, 5, 40 (Jun 22, 1850), 316.
  • "Mr. Warren's Lecture last Sunday..." Boston Investigator. September 25, 1850.
  • A Looker On. "Credit to whom Credit is Due." Boston Investigator. July 03, 1850.
  • Peter I. Blacker, "Money," Boston Investigator, December 04, 1850.
  • "Literary," The Independent, 3, 111 (January 16, 1851), 16.
  • Stephen Pearl Andrews, "Equitable commerce. Cost, the scientific limit of price," The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 24, 3 (March 1851), 332.
  • Go Ahead. "Institutions. A Few More Words to 'P. I. B.'" Boston Investigator. April 16, 1851.
  • Peter I. Blacker. "A Few Words to 'Go Ahead.'" Boston Investigator. April 30, 1851
  • "To Reformers," Liberator, 21, 37 (September 12, 1851), 147. [advertisement for Science of Society]
  • ---, Liberator, 21, 38 (September 19, 1851), 151.
  • ---, Liberator, 21, 41 (October 10, 1851), 163.
  • "New Principles of Reform," American Phrenological Journal, 13, 6 (June 1851), 137.
  • Peter I. Blacker. "The Progress of the Cost Principle" Boston Investigator. September 03, 1851
  • "Meeting to Discuss 'Equitable Commerce'." Boston Investigator. September 24, 1851.
  • Charles Coffin Jewitt. A Plan for Stereotyping Catalogues by Separate Titles, and for Forming a General Stereotyped Catalogue of Public Libraries in the United States. 1852. [7]
  • [1852] Josiah Warren and Stephen Pearl Andrews, Equitable Commerce: A New Development Of Principles As Substitutes For Laws And Governments Proposed As Elements Of New Society, New York : Fowlers and Wells, 1852. pdf
  • [1852] Josiah Warren, Practical Details In Equitable Commerce: Showing the Workings, in Actual Experiment, During a Series of Years, of the Social Principles Expounded in the Works Called "Equitable Commerce," by the author of this, and "The Science Of Society, " by Stephen P. Andrews. Volume 1, New York : Fowler and Wells, 1852.
  • ---, ---, New York : Fowler and Wells, 1854. [Labadie Collection]
  • Peter I. Blacker, "Equitable Villages," The Commonweal, ??, 1852.
  • Peter I. Blacker, "Equitable Villages," Boston Investigator, 21, 38 (January 21, 1852), 4. [note: from The Commonweal] [8]
  • Peter I. Blacker and Josiah Warren, “A Brief Outline of Equitable Commerce,” The Boston Investigator 21, no. 50 (April 14, 1852): 3. [note: from The Peaceful Revolutionist] [9]
  • "'Modern Times'—A New City," Boston Investigator, 22, 9 (June 30, 1852), 4. [note: from The New York Sunday Times]
  • G., "Communism the Only Alternative," The Circular, 1, 39 (August 4, 1852), 154.
  • "Publications," The Massachusetts Teacher, 5, 10 (October 1852), 319.
  • Peter I. Blacker, "American Socialism," Boston Investigator, 22, 25 (October 20, 1852), 1.
  • Peter I. Blacker, "An Outline of Equitable Commerce," Boston Investigator, 22, 36 (January 5, 1853), 1.
  • ["card" relating to Modern Times], New York Tribune, April 4, 1853. [See next entry]
  • [notice], The Circular, 2, 41 (April 6, 1853), 162.
  • Peter I. Blacker, "The Golden Rule," Boston Investigator, 23, 26 (August 03, 1853), 3.
  • Peter I. Blacker, "Social Reform," Boston Investigator, (August 10, 1853).
  • [Note on Stephen Pearl Andrews's lecture.] Boston Investigator. August 17, 1853.
  • Edward F. Underhill, "Cost the Limit of Price," Liberator, 23, 41 (October 14, 1853), 164.
  •  ???? 23, 14 (August 3, 1853), 2. "To Correspondents," "J. T.," Texas.—A letter addressed to Mr. Warren at Modern Times, L. I., Thompson's Station, N. Y., would be sure to reach him.
  • Positions Defined. Village of Modern Times (leaflet), 1854.
  • Adin Ballou. Practical Christian Socialism. Hopedale, Mass.: By the author, 1854. [10]
  • "As Usual!" Boston Investigator, 23, 41 (February 8, 1854), 2.
  • Josiah Warren, "Explanation," Boston Investigator, 23, 43 (February 22, 1854), 2.
  • "Paine Celebration at Modern Times, N. Y.," Boston Investigator, 23, 45 (March 8, 1854), 1.
  • Josiah Warren, Periodical letter on the principles and progress of the equity movement, Thompson P.O., Long Island, N.Y. : Josiah Warren, 1854-?
    • Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 1854)
    • Vol. 1, no. 2
    • Vol. 1, no. 3
    • Vol. 1, no. 4
    • Vol. 1, no. 5
    • Vol. 1, no. 6
    • Vol. 1, no. 7
    • Vol. 1, no. 8 (March, 1855)
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Boston, Mass., September, 1856) ["Our institutions, like all others...]
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 2 [Hollis, Harvard]
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 3 (1856:Dec.) [Wisc. Hist.]
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 4
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 5
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 6 (Sept.1857) [Hollis, Harvard] [Showing the Practical Applications of the Principles of "Equity."]
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 7
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 8
    • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 9
    • pt. 3, no. 1 (1873)
  • Peter I. Blacker, "Individualism Versus Institutionalism," Boston Investigator, 24, 16 (August 16, 1854), 2.
  • [Acknowledgment of article, "Equitable Commerce, by Horatio N. Allen.] Boston Investigator. September 13, 1854
  • [1855] Equitable Commerce, Boston : s.n., 1855. [ Signed, author of "Equitable Commerce."—P. 4./ Caption title./ Account of New Harmony under Robert Owen and a castigation of Equitable Commerce, issued by the New England Association of Boston, 1855./ Reproduction: Photostat.]
  • Equitable commerce, a proposal for the abolition of trade by the substitution of equitable exchange, in a series of papers communicated from the spirit-life, Boston, New England Association of Philanthropic Commercialists, 1855. [36p.]
  • Peter I. Blacker, "The Government Mania," Boston Investigator, 25, 1 (May 2, 1855), 2.
  • Peter I. Blacker, "Submission to the Will of the Majority," Boston Investigator, 25, 9 (June 27, 1855), 2.
  • Peter I. Blacker, "Secret Societies," Boston Investigator, 25, 10 (July 4, 1855), 1.
  • Common Sense, "The Sovereignty of the Individual," Boston Investigator, 25, 17 (August 22, 1855), 2.
  • "Equitable Commerce," Liberator, 25, 37 (September 14, 1855), 146.
  • "Equitable Commerce." [Notice of Orvis pamphlet.] Boston Investigator. September 19, 1855.
  • John Orvis, "Equitable Commerce Association," Liberator, 25, 38 (September 21, 1855), 150.
  • John Orvis, " Equitable Commerce," Liberator, 25, 39 (September 28, 1855), 154.
  • "Free Love," The United States Magazine of Science, Art, Manufactures, Agriculture, Commerce and Trade, 22, 6 (November 1855), 204.
  • William Pare, Equitable Commerce as Practised in the equity villages of the United States of North America: a paper read before the Statistical Section of the British Association at Glasgow, September, 1855, [London] : printed by Harrison and Sons, 1856.
  • "To Correspondents," Boston Investigator, 25, 48 (March 26, 1856), 3.
  • "Slavery and Freedom," Southern Quarterly Review, 1, 1 (April 1856), 62.
  • William Pare, "Equitable Villages in America," Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Vol. 19, No. 2. (Jun., 1856), pp. 127-143. [11]
  • Peter I. Blacker, "The Perpetuity of the Union," Boston Investigator, 26, 9 (July 25, 1856), 2.
  • A. C., "Social Reform Movements," Boston Investigator, 1857
  • Peter I. Blacker, "'Equitable Commerce'---P. I. Blacker," Boston Investigator, October 21, 1857;.
  • "Commerce Tract," [Dual Commerce Association], Boston, July, 1858. [12 pages. Noted in 1859.1.]
  • [notices of Dual Commerce Association in Boston papers, including Boston Herald, September-October, 1858; store established in basement of Hotel Pelham, under management of T. J. Lewis.]
  • [1859.1] Dual Commerce Association. The Dual Commerce Association: its Experience, Results, Plans & Prospectus : First Report. Boston, Mass.: Dual Commerce Association, Jan. 1, 1859.
  • "Dual Commerce Association," The Circular, 8, 4 (February 17, 1859), 4.
  • "The Unitary Home," The Circular, 8, 12 (April 14, 1859), 4.
  • [1860] Josiah Warren, Written music remodeled, and invested with the simplicity of an exact science, Boston : J.P. Jewett, 1860.
  • [1861] Josiah Warren; A. C. Cuddon, The principle of equivalents: a subject of immediate and serious interest to both sexes and all classes of all nations, [Long Island, N.Y.? : Josiah Warren? ; London? : A.C. Cuddon?], 1861 [16 p.]
  • Josiah Warren, Modern Education. Long Island, NY, 1861. leaflet (2 pp.) dated December, 1861.
  • Josiah Warren, Modern Government and Its True Mission, a Few Words for the American Crisis. n.p., 1862. signed "A Counsellor," March, 1862.
  • [1863] Josiah Warren, True Civilization an Immediate Necessity, and the last ground of hope for mankind: being the results and conclusions of thirty-nine years' laborious study and experiments in civilization as it is, and in different enterprises for reconstruction, Boston : J. Warren, 1863.
  • A Socialist. "A Novel Step in Business." The Boston Investigator, Vol. XXXII, No. 50, April 15, 1863, p. 393.
  • Josiah Warren. "On Mobs, I." The Boston Investigator, 33, 20 (September 23, 1863), 155.
  • Josiah Warren. "On Mobs, II." The Boston Investigator, 33, 21 (September 30, 1863), 163.
  • Josiah Warren. To E. Von Adelung. The Boston Investigator, 33, 24. October 21, 1863; pg. 189.
  • Thomas L. Nichols. Forty Years of American Life. London: John Maxwell and Co., 1864. [12]
  • Josiah Warren, The Emancipation of Labor. Boston, 1864
  • Josiah Warren, “A Letter to Louis Kossuth,” The Boston Investigator 33, no. 41 (February 1864): 1.
  • [1865] The Principle of Equivalents. The Most Disagreeable Labor Entitled to the Highest Compensation, n.p., 1865.
  • Moncure D. Conway, "Modern Times, New York," Littell's Living Age, 30, 1106 (Aug 12, 1865), 244.
  • [1867] Josiah Warren, ed., The quarterly letter : devoted mainly to showing the practical applications and progress of "equity." Cliftondale, Mass.: Josiah Warren, 1867-
  • "Book Notices." Boston Investigator. November 27, 1867.
  • [1869.1] Josiah Warren, The former title of this work was "Equitable Commerce", but it is now ranked as the first part of True Civilization: a subject of vital and serious interest to all people; but most immediately to the men and women of labor and sorrow ... Part 1, Clintondale, Mass., The Author, 1869 4th edition [of Equitable Commerce] [13]
  • [1869.2] "New England Labor Reform Convention," The Revolution, 3, 3 (January 21, 1869), 1.
  • [1869.3] Josiah Warren, "Woman and the Money Question," The Revolution, 4, ??

(July ??. 1869), 29.

  • [1869.2] Truth, "Cause and Effect," The Revolution, 4, 4 (July 29, 1869), 52.
  • [1869.3] "Labor for Labor," The Revolution, 4, 5 (August 5, 1869), 71.
  • [1869.2] Josiah Warren, "Superficialities," The Revolution, 4, 6 (August 12, 1869), 83.
  • [1871.1] E. D. Linton, Political platform for the coming party, Boston : [s.n.], 1871. [10p]
  • [1871.2] Josiah Warren, Response to the call of the National Labor Union for essays on the following subjects : 1. The specie basis fallacy : 2. Strikes : 3. Co-operation : [etc.] / Boston : [s.n.], 1871. [8p]
  • Controversy w/Andrews in Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly. July-Sep., 1871
  • Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, September 9, 1871
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 14 (February 17, 1872), 6.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article II," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 15 (February 24, 1872), 7.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article III," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 16 (March 2, 1872), 6.
  • Josiah Warren, Letter to The American Workman (March 2, 1872).
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article IV," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 17 (March 16, 1872), 5.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article V," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 22 (April 13, 1872), 4.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article VI," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 23 (April 20, 1872), 5. [listed as "IV"]
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article VII," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 23 (April 27, 1872), 4.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article VIII," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, V, 2 (May 25, 1872), 14.
  • "Criticism." The Word. I, 2 (June, 1872) 3.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article IX," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, V, 5 (June 15, 1872), 3.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article X," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, V, 19 (April 12, 1873), 3.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article XI," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, V, 21 (April 26, 1873), 3.
  • Josiah Warren, “Criticism,” The Word 1, no. 2 (June 1872): 3.
  • "To H. R., Texas." The Word. I, 3 (July, 1872) 1.
  • [1873] Josiah Warren, Practical applications of the elementary principles of true civilization to the minute details of every day life : and the facts and conclusions of forty seven years study and experiments in reform movements through Communism to and in elementary principles, Princeton, Mass. : J. Warren, 1873. [NWRD]
  • Josiah Warren, Letter to E. H. Heywood. Princeton, MA, 1873.
  • Josiah Warren, Money: The Defects of Money Are the "Roots of All Evil." Charlestown, MA, 1873.
  • Josiah Warren, "A Few Words to the Pioneers," The Word, (Princeton Mass., July; followed by a series of articles in subsequent issues.
  • Josiah Warren, "The Cost Principle," Index 4, no. 207 (December 11, 1873): 504-505.
  • Josiah Warren, “Josiah Warren's Last Letter,” The Index 5, no. 227 (April 30, 1874): 207-208.
  • Josiah Warren, “Labor the Only Ground of Price,” The Index 5, no. 231 (May 28, 1874): 260-261.
  • letters from E.G. Cubberly in The Word, III (May, 1874), 3; (September, 1874), 3; (June, 1875). 3.
  • John Bach McMaster. The Life and Times of Stephen Girard, Mariner and Merchant. 1918. [18]
  • Mary Quick Burnet. Art and Artists of Indiana. [19]
  • [1938] Stephen Pearl Andrews, Josiah Warren, The sovereignty of the individual, Berkeley Heights, N.J. : Freeman Press, 1938
  • Josiah Warren, “Anarchist Symposium,” Mother Earth 4, no. 12 (February 1910): 391-393.
  • [1952] Josiah Warren, Manifesto (a rare and interesting document), Berkeley Heights, N.J., Published & printed by the Oriole Press, 1952.

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