Hippie, Inc.

The Misunderstood Subculture That Changed the Way We Live and Generated Billions of Dollars in the Process

Author: Michael Klassen

Publisher: Sixoneseven Books

ISBN: 9780983150565


Page: 195

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Hippie, Inc. tells the story of the original hippie community, which conceived or popularized innovative ideas and products that over the course of the next five decades, created employment for millions ofAmericans, pumped billions of dollars into the nation s economy, transformedU.S. consumer culture and business practices, and shaped the most commercially lucrative social movement in American history."

Hippie Chick

Author: Joseph Monninger

Publisher: Boyds Mills Press

ISBN: 9781590785980

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 156

View: 7376

After her sailboat capsizes, fifteen-year-old Lolly Emmerson is rescued by manatees and taken to a mangrove key in the Everglades, where she forms a bond with her aquatic companions while struggling to survive.

My Hippie Grandmother

Author: Reeve Lindbergh

Publisher: Candlewick Press

ISBN: 9780763606718

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 8533

A young girl describes all the things she likes about her grandmother, including growing vegetables, picketing City Hall, and playing the banjo.

Growing Up Hippie

Author: Anastasia Galadriel Machacek

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781477562253

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 164

View: 9065

Growing up Hippie is a personal memoir of a young girl named Anastasia who was born and raised during the early hippie era. Packed full of fascinating and unusual childhood events, her story very candidly portrays the unconventional and controversial lifestyle of the early hippie culture. Anastasia gives a voice to a generation who are the offspring from the first wave of hippies. A tell-all story of what life was like being a hippie kid. From living in communes to experiencing the spiritual New Age, her story will captivate you. Aside from personal experiences, this book sheds light on the hippie culture itself. Based on her own interpretation, Anastasia weaves a colorful narration of her take on hippie life and the foundation of the hippie culture.

Hippie Food

How Back-to-the-Landers, Longhairs, and Revolutionaries Changed the Way We Eat

Author: Jonathan Kauffman

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0062437321

Category: History

Page: 352

View: 8960

An enlightening narrative history—an entertaining fusion of Tom Wolfe and Michael Pollan—that traces the colorful origins of once unconventional foods and the diverse fringe movements, charismatic gurus, and counterculture elements that brought them to the mainstream and created a distinctly American cuisine. Food writer Jonathan Kauffman journeys back more than half a century—to the 1960s and 1970s—to tell the story of how a coterie of unusual men and women embraced an alternative lifestyle that would ultimately change how modern Americans eat. Impeccably researched, Hippie Food chronicles how the longhairs, revolutionaries, and back-to-the-landers rejected the square establishment of President Richard Nixon’s America and turned to a more idealistic and wholesome communal way of life and food. From the mystical rock-and-roll cult known as the Source Family and its legendary vegetarian restaurant in Hollywood to the Diggers’ brown bread in the Summer of Love to the rise of the co-op and the origins of the organic food craze, Kauffman reveals how today’s quotidian whole-foods staples—including sprouts, tofu, yogurt, brown rice, and whole-grain bread—were introduced and eventually became part of our diets. From coast to coast, through Oregon, Texas, Tennessee, Minnesota, Michigan, Massachusetts, and Vermont, Kauffman tracks hippie food’s journey from niche oddity to a cuisine that hit every corner of this country. A slick mix of gonzo playfulness, evocative detail, skillful pacing, and elegant writing, Hippie Food is a lively, engaging, and informative read that deepens our understanding of our culture and our lives today.

The Hippies

A 1960s History

Author: John Anthony Moretta

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 0786499494

Category: History

Page: 428

View: 5366

"In this extremely treatise on the vast reaches and deep roots of a defining movement, Moretta offers a probing and potent work of cultural anthropology that captures the essence of the youthful energy that changed a nation and influenced the world"--Booklist. Among the most significant subcultures in modern U.S. history, the hippies had a far-reaching impact. Their influence essentially defined the 1960s--hippie antifashion, divergent music, dropout politics and "make love not war" philosophy extended to virtually every corner of the world and remain influential. The political and cultural institutions that the hippies challenged, or abandoned, mainly prevailed. Yet the nonviolent, egalitarian hippie principles led an era of civic protest that brought an end to the Vietnam War. Their enduring impact was the creation of a 1960s frame of reference among millions of baby boomers, whose attitudes and aspirations continue to reflect the hip ethos of their youth.


Author: Barry Miles

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781402728730

Category: History

Page: 384

View: 8439

An illustrated celebration of the 1960s counterculture captures the political fervor, historical events, slogans, sayings, fashions, styles, music, artwork, and other characteristics and personalities that defined the era from 1965 to 1971.

Hippie Hippie Shake

Author: Richard Neville

Publisher: Gerald Duckworth & Co

ISBN: 0715640364

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 384

View: 2524

As publisher of the satirical magazine OZ - the hippies' handbook and monument to psychedelia - Richard Neville was at the centre of a cyclone of radicals, rock musicians, artists and hustlers. OZwas at the forefront of the '60s underground movement, featuring articles by Germaine Greer, groundbreaking design by pop artist Martin Sharp and cartoons by Robert Crumb. When the magazine was tried for obscenity at the Old Bailey, John Lennon and Yoko Ono marched in protest and John Peel, George Melly and Edward de Bono were among its defendants. Now updated to include a chapter on the legacy of flower power a generation later, Richard Neville demythologises the 1960s in this hilarious, colourful and provocative memoir of the times.

My Beautiful Hippie

Author: Janet Nichols Lynch

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780823426034

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 186

View: 9212

A fifteen-year-old girl comes of age in Haight-Ashbury during the 1967 hippie explosion known as the Summer of Love.

The Hippie Guide to Climbing Corporate Ladder and Other Mountains

How JanSport Makes It Happen

Author: Skip Yowell

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1418568287

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

View: 2822

From small-town Kansas boy to adventure-junkie extraordinaire to respected mountaineer, this funky and funny read traces Skip Yowell's (Co-Founder of JanSport) unorthodox journey to the top of the outdoor industry. Full of offbeat details and photos from Skip's adventures around the world, he lets it all hang out as he offers you a rare behind-the-scenes look at the three hippies who built a successful company during the Summer of Love . . . how their good vibrations continue to change an entire industry . . . and why breaking the rules and taking good care of their customers keeps JanSport at the top of their game. No question, Skip's story will take you higher. He'll show you the ropes for whatever mountain you face. Whether he's drinking "Commie beer" in Ohio or slurping yak butter tea in China, this book will get under your skin and into your heart. And who knows, his story might just kick-start your dreams. So go ahead. Get the book (and another for your friend). Find a chair or couch or park or plane. Get comfortable. Be inspired. Then go climb your own mountain. "Skip's account of the founding of JanSport wreaks of honesty, humor, and enough anecdotes to stir a memory in almost anyone who has spent time outside. His tale takes you from a small room above a transmission shop to a global enterprise and packs enough adventures to keep the fire stoked and the beer on ice for hours." ?Larry Burke, Editor-in-Chief, Outside Magazine "This amazing book chronicles the life of Skip Yowell, a man who climbed the corporate ladder not in a suit and tie, but in hiking boots and with a backpack. He did so in style, and had tons of fun doing it. He stayed true to himself, maintained friendships, traveled the world and most importantly, preserved his passion for his job.... We can all learn something from Skip, who started building backpacks from scratch and created a company that is now a giant in the industry. His honesty and passion for life are his priority, which all of his friends and business associates can attest to. The world would be a better place with more people like Skip Yowell. I am proud to have him as my friend and encourage you to get to know his story! You will be inspired." ?Ed Viesturs, First American to climb all fourteen 8,000 meter peaks, Author of No Shortcuts to the Top "I wish this enlightening book had been available 30 years ago. The inspiration I have derived from it now would have been welcomed then. Like a new band without a 'label' (either style or record company), with originality and dedication it shows how JanSport forged their own way and set the high marks for others to strive for. This 'how it was done' book should be read by all aspiring musicians, for the principles of success are universal and are defined within." ?John McEuen, Founding Member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Hippie Boy

A Girl's Story

Author: Ingrid Ricks

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698155122

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

View: 8225

Discover the unforgettable New York Times bestselling memoir about growing up in a dysfunctional Mormon family--and finding escape, adventure, and hard-earned wisdom on the road... What would you do if your stepfather pinned you down and tried to cast Satan out of you? For thirteen-year-old Ingrid, the answer is simple: RUN. For years Ingrid Ricks yearned to escape the poverty and the suffocating brand of Mormon religion that oppressed her at home. Her chance came when she was thirteen and took a trip with her divorced dad, traveling throughout the Midwest, selling tools and hanging around with the men on his shady revolving sales crew. It felt like freedom from her controlling mother and cruel, authoritarian stepfather—but it came with its own disappointments and dysfunctions, and she would soon learn a lesson that would change her life: she can't look to others to save her; she has to save herself.

Hippies of the Religious Right

Author: Preston Shires

Publisher: Baylor University Press

ISBN: 1932792570

Category: Religion

Page: 275

View: 7121

This volume demonstrates that the Christian Right has a surprising past. Historical analysis reveals that the countercultural movements and evangelicalism share a common heritage. Shires warns that political operatives in both parties need to heed this fact if they hope to either, in the case of the Republican Party, retain their evangelical constituency, or, in the case of the Democratic Party, recruit new evangelical voters.

The Wisdom Of Crowds

Author: N.A

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: 0385721706

Category: Social Science

Page: 306

View: 3347

Looks at the theory that large groups have more collective intelligence than a smaller number of experts, drawing on a wide range of disciplines to offer insight into such topics as politics, business, and the environment.

The Hippie House

Author: Katherine Holubitsky

Publisher: Orca Book Publishers

ISBN: 1554697395

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 244

View: 8231

The "summer of love" is a time of idealistic freedom and experimentation for Emma, her cousin Megan, and the young people of Pike Creek. While her brother Eric's band practices in what Uncle Pat has dubbed the Hippie House, the girls suntan on their small lake and hitchhike into town to hang around the Drop-In Center. They find the growing crowd of long-haired musicians and hangers-on that begin to show up at the farm both enticing and a bit scary. The beginning of the school year brings excitement and change for Emma. But when eighteen-year-old Katie Russell disappears, her teenage sense of immortality is suddenly shattered. A month later, when Eric discovers Katie's body in the Hippie House, the entire community is thrown into turmoil. There are plenty of suspects in the brutal murder, but for months the case remains unsolved. And while others speculate, Eric agonizes that the killer may have been one of the many drifters who passed through the Hippie House during the summer.


Author: Paulo Coelho

Publisher: Knopf

ISBN: 052565562X

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 2039

If you want to learn about yourself, start by exploring the world around you. Drawing on the rich experience of his own life, best-selling author Paulo Coelho takes us back in time to relive the dreams of a generation that longed for peace and dared to challenge the established social order. In Hippie, he tells the story of Paulo, a young, skinny Brazilian man with a goatee and long, flowing hair, who wants to become a writer and sets off on a journey in search of a deeper meaning for his life: first on the famous “Death Train” to Bolivia, then on to Peru, later hitchhiking through Chile and Argentina. Paulo’s travels take him farther to the famous Dam Square in Amsterdam filled with young people wearing vibrant clothes and burning incense, meditating and playing music, while discussing sexual liberation, the expansion of consciousness, and the search for an inner truth. There he meets Karla, a Dutch woman in her twenties who has been waiting to find the ideal companion to accompany her on the fabled hippie trail to Nepal. She convinces Paulo to join her on a trip aboard the Magic Bus that travels across Europe and Central Asia to Kathmandu. They embark on the journey in the company of fascinating fellow travelers, each of whom has a story to tell, and each of whom will undergo a personal transformation, changing their priorities and values along the way. As they travel together, Paulo and Karla explore their own relationship: a life-defining love story that awakens them on every level and leads to choices and decisions that will set the course for their lives thereafter.

San Francisco and the Long 60s

Author: Sarah Hill

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1628924225

Category: Music

Page: 272

View: 1403

San Francisco and the Long 60s tells the fascinating story of the legacy of popular music in San Francisco between the years 1965-69. It is also a chronicle of the impact this brief cultural flowering has continued to have in the city ? and more widely in American culture ? right up to the present day. The aim of San Francisco and the Long 60s is to question the standard historical narrative of the time, situating the local popular music of the 1960s in the city's contemporary artistic and literary cultures: at once visionary and hallucinatory, experimental and traditional, singular and universal. These qualities defined the aesthetic experience of the local culture in the 1960s, and continue to inform the cultural and social life of the Bay Area even fifty years later. The brief period 1965-69 marks the emergence of the psychedelic counterculture in the Haight-Ashbury neighbourhood, the development of a local musical 'sound' into a mainstream international 'style', the mythologizing of the Haight-Ashbury as the destination for 'seekers' in the Summer of Love, and the ultimate dispersal of the original hippie community to outlying counties in the greater Bay Area and beyond. San Francisco and the Long 60s charts this period with the references to received historical accounts of the time, the musical, visual and literary communications from the counterculture, and retrospective glances from members of the 1960s Haight community via extensive first-hand interviews. For more information, read Sarah Hill's blog posts here: http://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/musicresearch/2014/05/15/san-francisco-and-the-long-60s http://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/musicresearch/2014/08/22/city-scale/ http://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/musicresearch/2015/07/21/fare-thee-well/

Hippie Chic

Author: Lauren D. Whitley

Publisher: Museum of Fine Arts Boston

ISBN: 9780878467952

Category: Design

Page: 151

View: 4532

"Revisits a particular cultural moment, the late 1960s and early 1970s in America and Europe, to trace hippies' revolutionary influence on fashion."--P. 7.

Popular Fads and Crazes Through American History [2 volumes]

Author: Nancy Hendricks

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440851832

Category: History

Page: 870

View: 7336

This informative two-volume set provides readers with an understanding of the fads and crazes that have taken America by storm from colonial times to the present. Entries cover a range of topics, including food, entertainment, fashion, music, and language. • Presents well-researched, factual material accessibly and engagingly • Presents what was popular in each decade through short sidebars • Illustrates what today's readers have in common with Americans of the past • Includes a historical overview of each decade • Contains a Glossary of Slang, a bibliography, and suggestions for further reading on each decade

Miss Hippie in Mississippi

A Curious Girl in a Zany Family Or How I Danced with the Skeletons in the Closet

Author: Marcia Kreutzmann

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781546670995


Page: 100

View: 2073

Miss Hippie in Mississippi is a remembrance of California and the Deep South of America, two places that would not and could not coexist. At the emergence of the counter-culture in San Francisco, where her older brother began a 50-year career with the Grateful Dead rock 'n' roll band, Miss Marcia Kreutzmann began a road trip south in an Oldmobile Delta 88. On the road, Marcia and her mother came to a misunderstanding. The destination forced by divorce was Mississippi. Five-year-old Marcia heard this as Miss Hippie. The story spans 50 years, beginning in Palo Alto, California, dances a Mephisto Waltz with the backwaters of Biloxi, Missisppi and returns to the hallucinogenic landscape of California of a certain time and place. Miss Hippie in Mississippi is a masterful telling of her father's artful family where Dad grew marijuana in one closet and kept the skeletons locked in another. And then there was the problem of Mother ...

I Didn't Believe Any of This Hippie Dippy Bullshit Either

A Skeptic's Awakening to the Spiritual Universe

Author: Julie Rasmussen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780692080900


Page: 198

View: 1241

Do our souls know each other before we're born? Does the universe send us signs through license plate numbers? Is Barney Rubble the yang to my yin? What's the acceptable number of napkins to take from Taco Bell? Am I going batshit crazy? Does God care if I swear? What is God? These are the questions one perplexed woman asks after a spontaneous online date leads her on a spiritual odyssey that includes motorcycles, drag queens, psychics, orgasms, aliens, a frozen dead guy, and a cow named Helen. What she finds is an unexpected, hippie dippy awareness of who she really is. Of who we all are.