Brook Farm

  1. a farm in West Roxbury, Massachusetts, where an experimental cooperative community was established from 1841 to 1847.

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How to use Brook Farm in a sentence

  • He was allied by sympathy more than by much previous actual association with the founders of Brook Farm.

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  • They attempted to establish a kind of socialistic community, which bears in the retrospect a certain resemblance to Brook Farm.

    Essays on Modern Novelists | William Lyon Phelps
  • She immediately sent word to Brook Farm that she needed a boy and that they might send Renti.

  • Let us pay a parting visit to Hazel-Brook Farm and note the changes which these twenty years have effected.

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  • I heard to-day at church that he had been sent away from Brook Farm.

British Dictionary definitions for Brook Farm

Brook Farm

  1. an experimental communist community established by writers and scholars in West Roxbury, Massachusetts, from 1841 to 1847

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