Montaldo, Icarian Papers
Scope and Contents
The Montaldo, Icarian Papers (1848-1910) contains correspondence, military, and other government documents that document the Montaldo family’s involvement in the Icarian Community, a socialist utopian society located in Nauvoo, Illinois and Icaria, Iowa from 1848-1895. Correspondents include Ignacio Montaldo, Perico Montaldo, Celina Montaldo, George Montaldo, Hortense Montaldo, Étienne Cabet, and A.A. Marchand.
- Creation: 1840-1910
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The papers are only minimally processed but are open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Property rights and copyright reside with the University of Nebraska. For permission to reproduce or to publish, please contact Archives & Special Collections.
Biographical / Historical
Ignacio Montaldo (1821-1870) was one of the first settlers to join French socialist Étienne Cabet in the establishment of utopian Icarian settlements in America in 1848.
0.5 Linear Feet (1 box, 2 OS folders)
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