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The Indiana settlement was sold to Robert Owen and was renamed New Harmony.Ten years after the move to Indiana the commune moved again, this time returning to western Pennsylvania, and named their third and final town Economy ('├ľkonomie' in German).

In 1804, while Rapp and his associates remained in the United States looking for a place to settle, his followers sailed to America aboard several vessels and made their way to western Pennsylvania, where they waited until land had been selected for their new settlement.

Due to religious persecution by the Lutheran Church and the government in W├╝rttemberg, the group moved to the United States, where representatives initially purchased land in Butler County, Pennsylvania.

On February 15, 1805, the group of approximately 400 followers formally organized the Harmony Society, placing all their goods in common.

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They also believed that confirmation for youth was not necessary and communion and confession would only be held a few times a year.

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