Communal Living-Back to the Land
Flashing On The Sixties
Photographs by Lisa Law, forward by Ram Dass.
The Sixties were a time of personal journeys, fiery protests, and revolutionary happenings...an extraordinary era.
Through it all, photographer Lisa Law was snapping pictures of now-legendary friends, concerts, and gatherings.
A remarkable visual record that captures the essence and energy of the Sixties as no other book.
Newly reprinted with additional photographs, commentary and reminiscences from those there.
from the Farm: Adventures in Community Living
A Memoir Of Life In The Counterculture
Found: My Life in a Group Marriage Commune
from the Land :
Buffalo: Journals from a Taos Commune
of a Taos Hippie :
Communes: Hippies and Beyond
Seed of Love: Chronicles of a Hippie Commune in Mexico,
College: Life on a Counter-Culture Commune
Land: Free Love: Tales of a Wilderness Commune
Are Freaky When They Look at You: An Oral History of the Kaw Valley
Change: Three Women of the Sixties
Girl: A Road Trip Across the American Generations
Right's Trip : A Novel of the Counterculture
Invisible Circus : A Novel
Hippy High School in the Summer of Love
Child: Girlhoods in the Counterculture
the Beautiful: A Novel
Miss Strange : A Novel
A Counterculture Childhood
Other Side of Haight: A Novel
You Believe in Magic
The Revolution-Part 1!
the People Our Parents Warned Us Against
Way from Home : The Story of the Sixties Generation in Canada
with Love: Letters from the Underground
the Hell of It: The Life and Times of Abbie Hoffman
for the Hell of It:
the Hell is Stew Albert?
the War Home : The Weather Underground,
Chicago Conspiracy Trial
a long strange trip it's been:
Vietnam and The Resistance-Part 1 !
New Winter Soldiers: Gi and Veteran Dissent During the Vietnam
of Decision : An Oral History of Conscientious Objectors in the
Military During the Vietnam War
American Ordeal: The Antiwar Movement of the Vietnam War
Strength Not to Fight: Conscientious Objectors of the Vietnam
War - In Their Own Words
More Chronicals from the 60s
Hippies and American Values
Portable Sixties Reader
Dust of Death:
Philosophy Bookstore 1
Art Prints, T-shirt Galleries