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Testimony of Deborah Wheaton & Ana Davis. ca. 1810.

Author: Deborah Wheaton
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Manuscript describes the conduct of Henry Baker, whose activities threatened the well-being of some Shakers and of the New Lebanon, N.Y. Shaker community. Baker had come to the community with his father, Morrel Baker, and over the years had become disgruntled with the life there. He threatened to burn buildings and the covenant and often appeared intoxicated.
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Named Person: Ana Davis; Henry Baker
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah Wheaton
OCLC Number: 770376744
Description: [2] p. ; 32 cm.

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Manuscript describes the conduct of Henry Baker, whose activities threatened the well-being of some Shakers and of the New Lebanon, N.Y. Shaker community. Baker had come to the community with his father, Morrel Baker, and over the years had become disgruntled with the life there. He threatened to burn buildings and the covenant and often appeared intoxicated.

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