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Old Shakertown and the Shakers
Daniel Mac-Hir Hutton
|Statement||by Daniel Mac-Hir Hutton.|
|LC Classifications||BX9772 H8 1936|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Rated Shaker History: Old Shakertown and the Shakers. First published inthis informative book by Daniel Mac-Hir Hutton includes rare photographs of the Village and the Shakers who lived there. 80 pages, softcover. We Also Recommend. Book: Kentucky Barns.
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Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be Rating: % positive. The "Shakertown" pamphlet was written inand gives a very brief overview of the history and purpose of the original Shaker settlement outside of Harrodsburg in Old Shakertown and the Shakers was published inand contains illustrations, photos, and history of Shaker Village from Both items are in the public domain.
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Gabhart, The Visionist by Rachel Urquhart, Like the Willow Tree: The D. The Shakers, a Protestant religious denomination officially called The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, originated in Manchester, England inand grew through the 's to 26 communities, with a peak of between 4, and 5, members in.
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The Shakers were a religious sect that practiced celibacy, communal living and equality of the sexes in their leadership.
The actual name of the sect was The United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, but they became known as Shakers due to the energetic dancing included in their worship services. On January 1,with eleven Shaker communities already established in New York and New England, three Shaker missionaries, John Meacham, Benjamin Seth Youngs (older brother of Isaac N.
Youngs), and Issachar Bates, set out to find new converts. Origins. The Shakers were one of a few religious groups which were formed during the 18th century in the Northwest of England; originating out of the Wardley Society.
James and Jane Wardley and others broke off from the Quakers in at a time when the Quakers were weaning themselves away from frenetic spiritual expression.
The Wardleys formed the Wardley Society, which was also known as the. Books + Audio Explore the sights, sounds and stories of Shaker Village in more detail with our selection of books covering every age and interest, and CD's of traditional Shaker. Shaker Museum Road is just about a mile off of Rt 68, east of downtown.
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Explore a Village at Work Discover the Spirit of the Kentucky Shakers Shaker Village is very much a village at work. Our farmers, historians, naturalists and many others work hard every day to share this site and carry on important Shaker legacies.
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The Shakers are a sect of Christianity which practices celibacy, communal living, confession of sin, egalitarianism, and pacifism.
After starting in England, the Shakers left that country for the English colonies in North America in As they gained converts, the Shakers established numerous communities in the lateth century through the entire 19th century.
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