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In Tom Brown's School Days , Hughes espoused the ideals of Christian socialism, namely the cooperative ownership of community businesses.
By the s, Hughes had grown disenchanted with the materialism of late Victorian England. He was disheartened by the fact that the talents of many of England's younger sons were wasted due to an economic recession and the medieval system of primogeniture, in which the oldest son inherited all of the family's land.
In , Hughes travelled to America to meet his friend, the poet James Russell Lowell , and learned of the Boston -based Board of Aid to Land Ownership, which specialized in helping unemployed urban craftsmen relocate to rural areas.
In , Board of Aid president Franklin Webster Smith and an agent with the new Cincinnati Southern Railway , Cyrus Clarke, were travelling on the railroad's new tracks along the Cumberland Plateau when they identified the future site of Rugby, and were impressed with its virgin forests, clear air, and scenic gorges.
Clarke secured options on hundreds of thousands of acres of Plateau land. Smith returned to Boston to recruit families to move to the newly acquired land on the Plateau, but economic conditions in the northeast had improved, and few families were interested in relocating.
Smith then notified Hughes of the Board's new land acquisitions, and Hughes expressed interest in establishing a colony.
Franklin W. The colony's first frame structure, known as the "Asylum" now the Pioneer Cottage , was erected in early ,  and the first wave of colonists constructed tennis and croquet courts, and built a walkway to "The Meeting of the Waters.
Thomas Hughes was on hand for the colony's "opening" on October 5, , and gave a speech that laid out his plans for Rugby. Personal freedoms were guaranteed, although the sale of alcohol was banned.
The colony would build an Episcopal church, but the building could be used by any denomination. Rugby published its own newspaper, The Rugbeian , which was edited by Oxford graduate Osmond Dakeyne, and several colonists formed a Library and Reading Room Society, headed by Tübingen graduate Edward Bertz, who was a long term friend of the late nineteenth century English author George Gissing , with whom he corresponded over many years.
In summer , a typhoid outbreak killed seven colonists—including Dakeyne—and forced the Tabard Inn to close for cleansing, but the colony recovered.
By , the colony boasted over residents, 65 frame public buildings and houses, a tennis team, a social club, and a literary and dramatic society.
Throughout its early history, Rugby was beset with lawsuits over land titles. This slowed the colony's early development, and as the lawsuits dragged on, many colonists gave up and moved away.
Furthermore, Smith, who had selected the townsite, had ignored the site's poor soil in favor of its potential as a mountain resort.
Rugby's main resort hotel, the Tabard, was forced to close due to the typhoid outbreak in , however, and burned down altogether in , halting Rugby's burgeoning tourist economy and damaging the Board of Aid's credit.
Rugby attempted to establish a tomato canning operation in , but after the cannery was constructed, colonists failed to grow enough tomatoes to keep it operational.
Newspapers began to ridicule Rugby, with London's Daily News accusing Hughes of creating a "pleasure picnic" rather than a functioning colony, and The New York Times claiming that Hughes was planning to abandon the colony altogether.
In , Swedish troops conquered Tübingen. Towards the end of the war, French troops occupied the city from until In , parts of the old town burned down, but were later rebuilt in the original style.
From until , the poet Friedrich Hölderlin lived in Tübingen in a tower overlooking the Neckar. The Second World War left the city largely unscathed, mainly because of the peace initiative of a local doctor, Theodor Dobler.
It was occupied by the French army and became part of the French zone of occupation. From to , Tübingen was the capital of the newly formed state of Württemberg-Hohenzollern as French : Tubingue , before the state of Baden-Württemberg was created by merging Baden , Württemberg-Baden and Württemberg-Hohenzollern.
The French troops had a garrison stationed in the south of the city until the end of the Cold War in the s.
In the s, Tübingen was one of the centres of the German student movement and the Protests of and has ever since shaped left and green political views.
Some radicalized Tübingen students supported the leftist Rote Armee Fraktion terrorist group, with active member Gudrun Ensslin , a local and a Tübingen student from to , joining the group in Although noticing such things today is largely impossible, as recently as the s, Tübingen was a very socioeconomically divided city, with poor local farmers and tradesmen living along the Stadtgraben City Canal and students and academics residing around the Alte Aula and the Burse , the old university buildings.
There, hanging on the Cottahaus , a sign commemorates Goethe's stay of a few weeks while visiting his publisher.
The German tendency to memorialize every minor presence of its historical greats comparable to the statement " Washington slept here" in the United States is parodied on the building next door.
This simple building, once a dormitory, features a plain sign with the words "Hier kotzte Goethe" lit. In the second half of the 20th century, Tübingen's administrative area was extended beyond what is now called the "core town" to include several outlying small towns and villages.
Most notable among these is Bebenhausen , a village clustered around a castle and Bebenhausen Abbey , a Cistercian cloister about 2 miles 3. In [update] , the city had 89, inhabitants.
Life in the city is dominated by its roughly 25, students. Tübingen is best described as a mixture of old and distinguished academic flair, including liberal and green politics on one hand and traditional German-style student fraternities on the other, with rural - agricultural environs and shaped by typical Lutheran - Pietist characteristics, such as austerity and a Protestant work ethic , and traditional Swabian elements, such as frugality , order , and tidiness.
The city is home to many picturesque buildings from previous centuries and lies on the River Neckar. In [update] , the German weekly magazine Focus published a national survey according to which Tübingen had the highest quality of life of all cities in Germany.
Factors taken into consideration included the infrastructure, the integration of bicycle lanes into the road system, a bus system connecting surrounding hills and valleys, late-night services, areas of the town that can be reached on foot, the pedestrianised old town, and other amenities and cultural events offered by the university.
Tübingen is the city with the youngest average population in Germany. In central Tübingen, the Neckar divides briefly into two streams, forming the elongated Neckarinsel Neckar Island , famous for its Platanenallee with high plane trees , some of which are more than years old.
Pedestrians can reach the island via stairs on the narrow ends leading down from a bridge spanning the Neckar. During the summer, the Neckarinsel is occasionally the venue for concerts, plays, and literary readings.
The row of historical houses across one side of the elongated Neckarinsel is called the Neckarfront and includes the house with adjoining tower where poet Friedrich Hölderlin stayed for the last 36 years of his life, as he struggled with mental instability.
Tübingen's Altstadt old town survived the Second World War due to the city's lack of heavy industry. The result is a growing domestic tourism business.
The highlights of Tübingen include its crooked cobblestone lanes, narrow-stair alleyways picking their way through the hilly terrain, streets lined with canals, and well-maintained traditional half-timbered houses.
The central landmark is the Stiftskirche Collegiate Church. Along with the rest of the city, the Stiftskirche was one of the first to convert to Martin Luther 's protestant church.
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