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Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals

Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals From a historical standpoint the Shaker Village at Harvard Massachusetts holds a unique position among the Shaker communities having been the headquarters of Mother Ann Lee during that period in w

  • Title: Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals
  • Author: Clara Endicott Sears
  • ISBN: 9780883552476
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • From a historical standpoint, the Shaker Village at Harvard, Massachusetts, holds a unique position among the Shaker communities, having been the headquarters of Mother Ann Lee during that period in which she spread her gospel through the Eastern States at the end of the 18th century All that happened there at that time and in the years that followed, especially up to 185From a historical standpoint, the Shaker Village at Harvard, Massachusetts, holds a unique position among the Shaker communities, having been the headquarters of Mother Ann Lee during that period in which she spread her gospel through the Eastern States at the end of the 18th century All that happened there at that time and in the years that followed, especially up to 1853 and thereabouts, is of great psychological interest, as well as forming a chapter in our New England history that should not be allowed to fade into the past unrecorded Illustrated.

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    1. On David and my annual trips to his family's property in rural New Hampshire, we drive by a road sign directing tourists to an old Shaker village. Long abandoned, it's apparently been preserved as a museum, and although we have never stopped to see it, my brain has tended to pause a moment upon seeing the sign to pass over my paltry knowledge of the Shaker movement. The sum total of this knowledge consisted of: "Aren't they sort of like Quakers, except they didn't have any sex? And didn't they a [...]

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