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|Description:||xvi, 140 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction : Shakerism as a phenomenon --
Establishing the Shaker settlement on Shawnee Run --
Pleasant Hill and the early stone buildings --
Brick buildings and the new village orientation : Micajah Burnett --
The church edifices on the community axis --
The functioning and decorative arch and helix --
Later building at Pleasant Hill and the decline of the Society --
The architectural restoration of the village --
Appendix: An inventory of the buildings at Pleasant Hill with references to data about them.
|Responsibility:||by Clay Lancaster.|