The collected writings of Henry Cumings (1834-1913) : Enfield, N.H., Shaker (1844-1881), citizen of the town of Enfield, N.H. (1890-1913) (Book, 2012) [WorldCat.org]
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The collected writings of Henry Cumings (1834-1913) : Enfield, N.H., Shaker (1844-1881), citizen of the town of Enfield, N.H. (1890-1913)

Author: Henry Cummings; Mary Ann Haagen
Publisher: Clinton, N.Y. : Richard W. Couper Press, 2012.
Series: Shaker studies, no. 4.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Henry Cumings' writings offer a lively and detailed account of the Enfield Shaker community and its influence on the town of Enfield, New Hampshire.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Church history
History
Biography
Named Person: Henry Cummings; Henry Cummings
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Cummings; Mary Ann Haagen
ISBN: 9781937370022 193737002X
OCLC Number: 791643193
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 259 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm.
Contents: Liberty, what is it? (April 1872) --
What shall I do to be a Shaker? No. 5 (June 1877) --
What shall I do to be a Shaker? (March 1879) --
Constitutional convention : notes from the assembly at Concord (December 5, 1902) --
Journal of Constitutional convention (1903) --
Building of Shaker bridge (December 2, 1904) --
Shaker bridge history (December 9, 1904) --
A sketch of the life of Caleb M. Dyer. Part 1 (December 30, 1904). Part 2 (January 6, 1905). Part 3 (January 13, 1905) --
Coming of the railroad (January 27, 1905) --
Then and now (February 3, 1905) --
Another Shaker building gone (February 17, 1905) --
Some early industries and inventions of the Shakers. Part 1 (March 31, 1905). Part 2. (April 7, 1905) --
The agricultural industries of the early Shakers. Part 1. (April 21, 1905). Part 2. (April 28, 1905) --
The spring of 1862 (March 9, 1906) --
The rise and decline of the Shaker society. Part 1 (March 23, 1906). Part 2 (March 30, 1906) --
A prominent Shaker gone (April 6, 1906) --
The rise and decline of the Shaker society. Part 3 (April 6, 1906). Part 4 (April 13, 1906) --
In the sap bush (April 20, 1906) --
The Shakers in 1853. Part 1 (July 20, 1906). Part 2. (July 27, 1906) --
More facts in regard to Shaker bridge (September 20, 1907). A week among the White Mountains (October 18, 1907) --
Another of the old landmarks gone at the Shakers (November 1, 1907) --
A biographical sketch of the late William Wilson (November 22, 1907) --
A day amongst the pines (January 10, 1908) --
Fear that Shaker bridge will collapse this spring (February 28, 1908) --
More about Shaker bridge (March 7, 1908) --
Enfield's early history. Part 1 (January 15, 1909). Part 2. (January 22, 1909). Part 3 (January 29, 1909) --
Visit to a sugar camp (April 16, 1909) --
The public library (April 23, 1909) --
Enfield village in 1845. Part 1 (April 1, 1910). Part 2 (April 8, 1910) --
When and how the village grew. Part 1 (April 29, 1910). Part 2 (May 6, 1910) --
Village history. Part 1 (May 13, 1910). Part 2 (May 20, 1910) --
Letter to H.C. Whipple (February 1911) --
Communication (February 3, 1911) --
Building of the railroad. Part 1 (April 7, 1911). Part 2 (April 14, 1911). Part 3 (April 21, 1911). Part 4 (April 28, 1911) --
John T. Cumings (August 11, 1911) --
Some contrasts (April 18, 1913) --
Sketch of the North Family of Shakers (May 16, 1913).
Series Title: Shaker studies, no. 4.
Responsibility: compiled with introduction by Mary Ann Haagen.

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Henry Cumings' writings offer a lively and detailed account of the Enfield Shaker community and its influence on the town of Enfield, New Hampshire.

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