• Issue of
  • Jun 3-9, 1993
  • Vol. 22, No. 34

News & Politics

  • Feature
  • Black Eden

    These Parts: Idlewild, MI--Before the Civil Rights Act, when racially segregated vacations were the rule, this patch of lake-dotted woods was the north's first and most famous summer resort for blacks.
  • Miscellany
  • A Place Out of Time

    These Parts: Rock City, IL--To the traveler who happens upon it, the Russian Orthodox Community of Lost Lake seems a mystery, a touch of the ancient and the foreign set inexplicably among the cornfields. But to those who live and worship there it is a hav
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  • Miscellany
  • A Tale of Two Utopias

    These Parts: Nauvoo, IL--Two movements, Mormanism and Icarianism, come together in a single peaceful town on the Mississippi river. Why did one flourish while the other faded into obscurity?
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