Westwood, MA: Ariel Press, 1904. First Edition. Individualist anarchist author's utopian fable, following the premise of his 1902 tale "The Natural Man," describing one man living in harmony with nature. This title describes a group of people living in this way, though "the stress was more upon a rational selection of what to retain for the future, less upon the embrace of a severly simple tribal past" (Lawrence R. Veysey, "The Communal Experience" (1978), p. 439). NEGLEY 700; SARGENT, p. 67; SMITH L-396. 12mo (17cm.); publisher's green cloth lettered in red and black, glassine dust jacket; 195pp. Cloth spine a hint toned, contemporary gift inscription to front free endpaper, else Near Fine. Glassine dust jacket quite toned and chipped, separated into two parts, spine having perished.