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Hancock Shaker Village : it still takes a village.

Publisher: [Pittsfield, Mass. : Shaker Community], [2010]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Published on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Hancock Shaker Village as a living history museum --1960-2010 -- highlights include a timeline of the Village as well as the complete transcript of a fascinating interview conducted by HSV Director Ellen Spear on April 3, 2010, with Brother Arnold Hadd of the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community in Sabbathday Lake, Maine.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 654807118
Notes: "50 years 1960-2010" --On cover.
Features noted on cover: Amy Gopnik on how they lived ; Amy Bess Miller on how it all began ; Yo-Yo Ma's favorite Shaker innovation ; [how to] earn a graduate degree at the Village ; 2010 calendar of events.
Description: 52 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: About Hancock Shaker Village --
Letter from Ellen Spear, Hancock Shaker Village President and CEO --
The founding of Hancock Shaker Village by Amy Bess Miller --
War then peace by John H. Ott --
Directors of Hancock Shaker Village --
Hancock Shaker Village timeline --
Shining tree of life by Adam Gopnick --
True and honest before the world : 50th anniversary exhibition --
Letter from Christian Kersen, Hancock Shaker Village Vice President for Advancement --
50th anniversary gala --
Letter from Petra B. Krauledat, Hancock Shaker Village Chairman of the Board --
Trustees of Hancock Shaker Village --
50th anniversary schedule of events --
UMass Amherst-Hancock Shaker Village Master of Science in Design and Historic Preservation --
A roster of residents at the "City of Peace" --
An interview with Brother Arnold --
Words to live by.
Other Titles: Hancock Shaker Village commemorative 50th anniversary publication

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Published on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Hancock Shaker Village as a living history museum --1960-2010 -- highlights include a timeline of the Village as well as the complete transcript of a fascinating interview conducted by HSV Director Ellen Spear on April 3, 2010, with Brother Arnold Hadd of the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community in Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

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