Shakerism Its Meaning And Message Embracing An Historical Account, Statement Of Belief And Spiritual Experience Of The Church From Its Rise To The Present Day

White, Anna and Leila S. Taylor

Published by Fred J. Heer, Columbus, 1905
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417pp, index, illustrated with 33 full page plates after photographs, including 9 portraits, full chocolate buckram with gilt lettering at cover and spine, a very clean, bright copy, unmarked inside and out. An authoritative history of the rise of the United Society of Believers, or Shakers, in New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Kentucky. Illustrations include the home of the authors at Mount Lebanon, New York, the meeting house and entrance to Church Family, both at Watervliet, New York, a view at Mount Lebanon, the South Family residence, a Church Family dwelling at Enfield, Connecticut, Shaker Village and Alfred Mann, North Family Dwelling, a bird's eye view of Mount Lebanon Village, Trustee's Office at Union Village, Ohio, Church Family dwelling at Union Village, Center Residence at Whitewater, Ohio, a street in Mount Lebanon showing the old meeting house from 1786, meeting house from 1824, residence of the Church Family, Office, and Infirmary, Shirley Village, Massachusetts, Church Family at South Union, Kentucky, Centre Family Dwelling at Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, Lebanon Valley and Mount Lebanon, New York, the Meeting House at East Canterbury, New Hampshire, a view of Church Family Dwelling at Enfield, New Hampshire, on Mascoma Lake, Sabbathday Lake, Maine, Church Family Dwelling at East Canterbury, North Family Dooryard at Mount Lebanon, Harvard, Massachusetts, Trustee's Office, Hancock, Massachusetts, and portraits of Elders Richard Bushnell, Hervey L. Eads, Abraham Perkins, Henry C. Blinn, and Frederick W. Evans, Sister Martha J. Anderson, and Eldresses Antoinette Doolittle, Harriet Bullard, and Anna White. This is an undated modern facsimile reprint of the original edition. Bookseller Inventory # 011669

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Title: Shakerism Its Meaning And Message Embracing ...

Publisher: Fred J. Heer, Columbus

Publication Date: 1905

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No jacket as Issued

Edition: Facsimile Edition

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