Question #5 in the Imprints $50 Giveaway

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Question #5
In Imprints what is the name of the cult/commune that Autumn pretends to join in order to find two missing women. (And a bonus entry for anyone who does a little tiny little search on the Internet to find out what true event inspired that name.)

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24 Responses to “Question #5 in the Imprints $50 Giveaway”

  1. Kristen

    The answer is….it is called Harmony Farm.

    Kristen Skidmore sent by Stephanie Skidmore

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  2. emmae4ever

    It is Harmony Farm.

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  3. Anonymous

    Christine Foster #5. The commune is Harmony Farm, after the founder Harmony.

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  4. Daron D. Fraley

    It is Harmony Farm. Was it based on this experimental commune in New Harmony, Indiana? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090425093629AAjDa5y

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  5. Becky B.

    Harmony Farms.

    And was it based on a cult in Tennessee called "The Farm"

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  6. Bradley Skidmore

    Brad Skidmore
    It is called Harmony Farm. Stephanie Skidmore sent me to the blog.

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  7. Jet

    Jessica Skidmore
    It is called Harmony Farm. Stephanie Skidmore sent me to the blog.

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  8. Stephanie Skidmore

    Stephanie Skidmore

    The name of the cult/commune is Harmony Farm.

    I did some searching on the internet to find the true event that inspired the name and I'm not sure if it is right, but I found information about an idealist named Robert Owen who bought the village of Harmony, Indiana, and used it to test his theories of property, education, co-operative manufacture, and higher culture. It went from 1825 to 1827.

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  9. Suze

    Harmony Farm

    My search could only find one called "The Farm", that may have inspired your name. But I'm probably wrong.

    Loving the book BTW. I don't get much time to read, but I'm at least past the 6th chapter!

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  10. H

    Holly Bates

    answer— Harmony Farm

    Sent by: facebook/email

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  11. Mandy

    Amanda

    Answer: Harmony Farms

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  12. Jorgensen Family

    Harmony Farm

    Christina Jorgensen

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  13. Anonymous

    (Stephanie Skidmore sent me to the blog)

    It is called harmony farm.

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  14. shary linfor

    Harmony Farms

    Shary Linfor

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  15. Heather

    Harmony Farm 🙂
    Heather

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  16. Cami Checketts

    Harmony Farms or is that what they change it to?

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  17. Francie

    harmony farms
    i found several references to the Harmony Society but did not find anything regarding an "Event"

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  18. Rachel Williamson Harris DeVaughn

    Autumn joins Harmony Farm in an effort to find 2 missing women.

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  19. Laura

    Laura Lyon @ kristeenlyon29@yahoo.com

    The name of the commune is Harmony Farms. It is named after Founder Gabe's wife, Harmony.

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  20. Rachel Ann Nunes

    Great answers everyone! A few of you even got the bonus point about the name of my commune being inspired by the real life New Harmony commune in Indiana. Congrats!

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  22. Jenn Wilks

    Oh, man, I missed it. I did do a brief search but didn't come up with much. There was some incident with a guy who was accused of leading a cult in a place called Harmony Farm, I think, but I didn't have time to post right then and now I can't find that same link again. I don't remember what I searched for the first time to come up with it. Oh, well. :o)

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