|Statement||by the editor.|
|Series||New moral world series ;, no. 2|
|Contributions||Shaker Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BX9765 .B35 1896|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||98214776|
Shaker: A novel Hardcover – Janu by Scott Frank (Author) out of 5 stars 99 ratings. See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — /5(82). The Architecture of the Shakers is a book for all those who wish to learn more about these remarkable buildings and how the rich cultural legacy of the Shakers continues to resonate within them. and industriousness and examines its evolution from the beginnings of religious revivalism to the decline of Shakerism in the 20th century. The 22 Cited by: 3. The Shakers and the World's People (New York: Dodd, Mead, ) JXE A collection of writings, largely by outsiders, on Shakerism and Shaker life. Chronological bibliography and illustrations. Morse, Flo. The Story of the Shakers (Woodstock, Vermont: Countrymen Press, ) JFD Edward Deming Andrews, The People Called Shakers. The first modern history of the Shakers, written by the Yale University professor who “discovered” the Shakers, their furniture, music, art, and industries and spent 35 years reading original Shaker manuscripts and other primary sources, as well as interviewing the then-living Shakers.
Reply to the Shakers' statements, called a "Review of the Portraiture of Shakerism": with an account of the sickness and death of Betsy Dyer; a sketch of the journey of the author, and testimonies from several persons / (Concord [N.H.]: Printed for the author, ), by Mary M. Dyer (page images at HathiTrust). The entire text of a small book of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing — Originally published by the Shakers in Shakerism, Its Meaning and Message Excerpts on the subjects of the Shaker's beliefs and teaching including the. "The first book to cover all Shakerdom from the s to the s, this work of scholarship will also prove accessible to the nonspecialist Given the inaccuracies and overemphasis on material culture of most popular books, Stein's coverage of post Shakerdom, and the debate that will follow publication of this title, it is an essential purchase . The Shakers. Canterbury Shaker Village was established in when followers of founder Mother Ann Lee formed their seventh community in Canterbury, NH, which remained prominent for years. The Village has operated exclusively as a museum since when the last Shaker sister in residence, Ethel Hudson, died.
The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, commonly known as the Shakers, followed Mother Ann Lee to the United States in when life in England became difficult. In the United States, they established several colonies whose governing principals included celibacy and agrarian communal living. Even at its peak, however, Shakerism claimed only about 4, . Shaker is a crime story told from multiple perspectives including a hitman, a violent cop struggling to control her anger, Frank, who adapted Lawrence Block’s A Walk Among the Tombstones for the big screen (and who bludgeoned out all of that novel’s nuance and depth as if he was hammering out dents in a ’96 Honda at a collision auto body /5. Shakerism Unmasked, Or The History of the Shakers William J. Haskett. author, - Shakers - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. The Shakers developed along their own lines, forming into a society with Jane and James Wardley as their leaders. Ann Lee, the founder and later leader of the American Shakers, and her parents were members of this society. Ann Lee was born the daughter of a blacksmith in Manchester in