5 edition of The Shakers (R) found in the catalog.
The Shakers (R)
RH Value Publishing
April 7, 1991 by Gramercy .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
The Shakers' utopian communities declined after the Civil War. What remains today is the Shaker community at Sabbathday Lake. Sister Frances Carr was a . The Shakers, formally the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, followed the teachings of Ann Lee (). Starting in , Lee preached in New York and throughout New. : THE SHAKER COOK BOOK: NOT BY BREAD ALONE: FIRST EDITION (with only the '' date on copyright page with NO other dates or printings mentioned)- This is NOT an ex-library book and it is NOT a reprint edition- BINDING is light blue hardcover with titles in black on spine; binding and text are very neat, clean and solid, VG.
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Excellent book on the founding of the Shakers and their commitment to living a simple life and being available for and to their farthest neighbor/5(44). The essays offer fresh voices in portraying the historical development of the Maine Shakers, pulling the past into present day understanding of the relevance of the Shaker experience with insightful interviews of two members of the only active Shaker community at Sabbathday Lake, Maine.4/4(9).
Shakers Compendium of the origin, History, principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing with Biographies of Ann Lee, William Lee, Jas. Whittaker, J. Hocknell, J. meacham, and Lucy Wright by F.W. Evans. The Shakers book For 35 years, the author of this book has been a devoted student of the history, beliefs, and ways of The United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, better known as the Shakers.
About the Shakers Zaddock Wright lived in Canterbury, New Hampshire, at the start of the Revolutionary War. Unlike his neighbors, he was a royalist and refused to take up arms against the king.
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. The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more.
Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below Cited by: 3. The Shaker community at Enfield, Connecticut, lasted from to Shaker founder Mother Ann Lee gathered converts there, and her successor Father Joseph Whittaker ministered to them before he died there in This is the first book devoted to telling the year story of this relatively unknown celibate Christian community.
The essential book on Shakers is Stephen Stein’s The Shaker Experience in America (Yale University Press, ). It begins before the beginning, with the story of Ann Lees: born in Manchester, England, sometime aroundand baptized in The Shakers are a nearly-defunct religious organization whose formal name is the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second group grew out of a branch of Quakerism founded in England in by Jane and James Wardley.
Shakerism combined aspects of Quaker, French Camisard, and millennial beliefs and practices, along with the revelations of visionary Ann Lee. 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.
The Shakers book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(12). The Shakers is a theological presentation of Shaker spirituality.
Only recently has there been any attempt to make Shaker writings and archives generally available through publication.
This volume is the first instance of a substantive theological study of the sources. The Outsider (Shaker, #1), The Believer (Shaker, #2), The Seeker (Shaker, #3), The Blessed (Shaker, #4), The Gifted (Shaker, #5), Christmas at The Shakers book H Series Works: The Seeker, The Outsider, The Blessed, The Believer, The Gifted: A Novel.
The Shakers book Shakers Harvesting Their Famous Herbs The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, more commonly known as the Shakers, are a millenarian nontrinitarian restorationist Christian sect founded circa in England and then organized in.
OCLC Number: Description: pages 22 cm: Contents: Chapter One: Origins and journey to America --Chapter Two: Worship amidst war --Chapter Three: A royal visitor --Chapter Four: Itinerant ministering and revivalism --Chapter Five: The first conversions --Chapter Six: The noted "capture" of Joseph Meacham --Chapter Seven: Treason and jail --Chapter Eight: Traitor in the ranks.
A Summary View of the Millennial Church or the United Society of Believers Commonly Called Shakers comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony Containing excerpts from the 2nd Edition, of almost pages as printed by the Shakers; — the book contained particular information concerning the.
The Shaker Books 5 books in series out of 5 stars 52 ratings The Seeker Publisher's Summary Charlotte Vance is a young woman who knows what she wants.
But when the man she planned to marry joins the Shakers - a religious group that does not marry - she is left dumbfounded. And when her father brings home a new wife who is young enough to be. Psychology Today Shakers, The: Two Centuries of Spiritual Reflection Edited, with an introduction by Robley Edward Whitson preface by Gertrude M.
Soule " we believe, and do testify, that the present gospel of God's grace unto us is the day which in the scripture is spoken or prophesied of as the second appearing of Christ to consume or Reviews: 1.
The book opens with an introductory assessment of the Shaker contribution to the history of American social experimentation, as seen from the modern point of view. There follows the often amazing story of Ann Lee and the origins of the movement in eighteenth-century England, its emigration to New England, the early Shaker experiments in.
Although the Editorial seem to deliver a book with many details for the construction of shaker furniture, the book merely contains very few pages with very basic techniques.
You will not find any plans/measurements or proportions. The book contains many pictures you can use as a resource by: 1. The Shaker village at Sabbathday Lake in New Gloucester, Maine, has been in operation sincewhen it was founded by a group of Shaker missionaries.
The. The Shakers. The Shakers were a unique Christian group who fled persecution in England, arriving in America in the 18th Century.
They believed that their founder, Ann Lee, was the second coming of Christ. The Shakers believed that God had both male and female aspects, and practiced equality of men and women at all levels in their organization. Shaker handicrafts' dignified simplicity is perhaps our greatest example of form following function.
An off-shoot of Quakerism, the Shakers sought to create a heaven on earth through both worship and diligent work. Practical yet attractive, the furniture, textiles, tools and machinery of the Author: Lesley Herzberg.
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out of 5 stars ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 68 pages: illustrations ; 20 cm. Contents: Hands and hearts: the lives and ideas of the Shakers / by Wim Coleman --Mother Ann Lee: prophetess and foundress --A sense of purpose --Shakers as viewed by the world --Shaker voices --Shaker industry --Shaker Title.
But what Shakers had in common with Native Americans, of course, was less their song and dance than their refusal of the heterosexual nuclear family. While Shakers practiced celibacy, using recruitment and eventually adoption to expand their numbers, many Native American peoples practiced communal living and polygyny—as well as adoption.
Furthermore, the Shakers became notable for their craftsmanship, because, according to Shaker tradition, God dwelt in the details and quality of their work (National Park Service, n.d.). Inthe Shakers reached their height; by this time, there were more than 18 Shaker communities stretching primarily from Kentucky to Maine.
The Shakers opens with the Narrator, Tom Davenport, reading a quote Benson John Lossing from an edition of Harper's New Monthly Magazine, speaking of the order, neatness, and beauty of a Shaker community.
"Simple Gifts" is sung by several Shaker women while the camera pans over Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village. 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, members. Shakers. ETHNONYM: Believers. The Shakers (the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing) are a religious sect that began as an off-shoot of Protestantism in England in the mids.
Escaping persecution, the Shaker's founder, Mother Ann Lee, and eight followers immigrated to the United States in and settled in Watervliet, New York, north of Albany. The Shaker Cook Book,Not By Bread Alone 1st Edition Illustrated by Virginia Folsom Walsh and written by Caroline Rating: % positive.
This is my first book set in my Shaker Village of Harmony Hill and based on my research of the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill in a neighboring county. This story is set in and besides my Shaker heroine, Gabrielle, also tells the story of a frontier /5().
Gabrielle Hope and her mother joined the Harmony Hill Shaker community in The community promised stability and devotion that Gabrielle wholeheartedly embraced. But when a local doctor must be brought into Harmony Hill from the outside, he sets into motion a chain of events that will challenge Gabrielles loyalty to the Shakers.
As she falls deeper into a forbidden love for this man of the /5(32). This second edition of Historical Dictionary of the Shakers contains a chronology, an introduction, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography.
The dictionary section has over cross-referenced entries on Shaker communities, industries, individual families, and important people. "The Shaker Cook Book, Not By Bread Alone" is by Caroline B. Piercy. Mrs. Piercy was born in Shaker Heights, Ohio and was one of the originators of the Shaker Historical Society.
She, as her mother, loved everything Shaker. They especially loved the Shaker recipes for preparing foods. "For Shakers, preparing food was ever a joyous task.
Charming book store in West Stockbridge overlooking the Shaker Mill River, featuring used and new books.
Shaker Mill Books exhibits fun and rare finds displayed in several rooms over the span of two floors, a barn and an outdoor book shed. Shaker-made furnishings are beautiful, functional and unostentatious. Shaker inventions include the circular saw, the clothespin, the modern broom, and many other items we still use today.
Conclusion: Theologically, the Shakers are a legalistic cult developed by a deceived, emotionally wounded woman. This is a book about a Kentucky Shaker community in the early 's.
Although it was written inboth the writing style and content are amazingly up-to-date. It is a very readable book, written from the point of view of a fictitious wife whose husband becomes enamored with the Shakers /5(57).
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Get the Audible Audio Editions of the The Shaker Books series from the online audiobook store. The Shakers, or the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearance, represent one of the most successful utopian communities in American history.
Although their last remaining community currently numbers less than ten members, the Shakers have maintained a utopian presence in the United States for over two hundred years. The dictionary section has over cross-referenced entries on Shaker communities, industries, individual families, and important people.
This book is an excellent resource for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about the Edition: Second Edition.A Peaceable Kingdom: The Shaker Abecedarius by Provensen, Alice; Provensen, Martin A readable copy.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.Company histories, measurements of shakers, and pictures of marks and paper labels are among the book's innovative features.
As some salt and pepper shakers currently attract hundreds of dollars, this book is a must for collectors, dealers, and : Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.