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Very pleasant reading : Hancock Shakers write to The manifesto, 1889-1899

Author: Jenny Elizabeth Song LockerbyMagda Gabor-HotchkissChristian GoodwillieJulia Louisa SweetEmoretta BeldenAll authors
Publisher: [Pittsfield, Mass.] : Hancock Shaker Village, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Contains contributions from Hancock Shakers to the "Notes about home" feature of the Shaker monthly magazine, The manifesto. The authors of the contributions were Julia Louisa Sweet (1890-1894 notes), Emoretta Hattie Belden (1889-1895 notes), Fidella Estabrook (1894-1899 notes), and Ira Remington Lawson (two notes from 1890-1891).
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jenny Elizabeth Song Lockerby; Magda Gabor-Hotchkiss; Christian Goodwillie; Julia Louisa Sweet; Emoretta Belden; Fidella E Estabrook; Ira Lawson
OCLC Number: 65168152
Description: v, 82 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: Hancock Shakers write to The manifesto, 1889-1899
Manifesto (Shaker Village, N.H.)
Responsibility: transcribed and annotated by Jenny Elizabeth Song Lockerby ; additional annotation and index by Magda Gabor-Hotchkiss ; editing and illustrations by Christian Goodwillie.

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Contains contributions from Hancock Shakers to the "Notes about home" feature of the Shaker monthly magazine, The manifesto. The authors of the contributions were Julia Louisa Sweet (1890-1894 notes), Emoretta Hattie Belden (1889-1895 notes), Fidella Estabrook (1894-1899 notes), and Ira Remington Lawson (two notes from 1890-1891).

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