Selected Shaker Bibliography

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This bibliography, compiled March 17, 1993, does not include all the Shaker-related items in the New York State Library’s collections. It does include the titles of original copies of Shaker publications in the State Library’s book collection as well as the titles of the microform copies of  the holdings of the Western Reserve Historical Society’s Shaker Collection. Thus it serves as a convenient starting point for research on the Shakers. Be sure to check the New York State Library’s online catalog. (The letters and numbers in the parentheses are the location codes and call numbers.)

Allen, Minnie Catherine. Full Century of Communism: The History of the Alethians, Formally Called Shakers. 1897. (N,289.8,A427)

Allerhand, Melvin E. Adaptation and Adaptability: The Bellefaire Followup Study. c1966. (C,362.782,A434)

Anderson, William Shaker. Shakers’ Descriptive and Illustrated Annual Catalogue and Amateur’s Guide to the Flower and Vegetable Garden. Mount Lebanon [N.Y.]: Washington Jones, book and job printer, 1881. (N,635.9,A55)

Andrews, Edward Deming. The Community Industries of the Shakers. Albany: The University of the State of New York, 1932. (N,289.8,A56)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Fruits of the Shaker Tree of Life; Memoirs of Fifty Years of Collecting and Research. Stockbridge, Mass.: Berkshire Traveller Press, c1975. (C,289.8,qA566,76-8895)

Andrews, Edward Deming. The Gift to be Simple: Songs, Dances and Rituals of the American Shakers. New York: Dover Publications, [1940] (Z,783,A56)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Hancock Shakers: The Shaker Community at Hancock, Massachusetts, 1780-1960. 1961. (N,289.8,A56h)

Andrews, Edward Deming. People Called Shakers: A Search for the Perfect Society. 1963. (Z,289.8,A56p2)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Religion in Wood: A Book of Shaker Furniture. 1966. (Z,749.213,qA566)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Shaker Furniture: The Craftsmanship of an American Communal Sect. New Haven:Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1937. (Z,749,qA56)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Shaker Furniture: The Craftsmanship of an American Communal Sect. New York: Dover Publications, 1950 [c1937] (Z,749,qA56a)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Shaker Herbs and Herbalists. c1959. (N,289.8,A56sh)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Shaker Order of Christmas. 1954. (N,289.8,A56sc)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Visions of the Heavenly Sphere: A Study in Shaker Religious Art. 1969. (Z,741.973,A566)

Andrews, Edward Deming. Work and Worship: The Economic Order of the Shakers. Greenwich, Conn.: New York Graphic Society, [1974] (N,335.973,A566,75-840)

Axon, William Edward Armytage. Biographical Notice of Ann Lee. Liverpool: T. Brakell, printer, 1876. (N,289.8,ZL4a)

Barnett, Homer Garner. Indian Shakers; A Messianic Cult of the Pacific Northwest. 1957 (Z,299.7,B261)

Bates, Paulina. The Divine Book of Holy and Eternal Wisdom, Revealing the Word of God; Out of Whose Mouth Goeth a Sharp Sword. Written by Paulina Bates. Including other Illustrations and Testimonies. Arranged and Prepared for the Press at New Lebanon, N.Y. Printed at Canterbury, N.H., United Society called “Shakers,” 1849. (N,289.8,B32)

Beale, Galen. The Earth Shall Blossom: Shaker Herbs and Gardening. Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press, c1991. (C,635.7088288,B366,92-1291)

The Best of Shaker Cooking. New York: Macmillan, c1985. (C,641.5973,B561,86-39590)

Blakeman, Elisha D. The Youth’s Guide to Zion, and Holy Mother’s Promises, Given by Inspiration at New Lebanon, N.Y., January 5, 1842. Printed at Canterbury, N.H., 1842. [Sabbathday Lake, Me.: United Society, c1963] (C,289.8,M918a,73-9831,no.1)

Blinn, Henry Clay. Advent of the Christ in Man and Woman. [E. Canterbury, N.H., 1896] (N,289.8,B648)

Blinn, Henry Clay, ed. A Collection of Hymns and Anthems Adapted to Public Worship. East Canterbury, N.H.: Shakers, 1892. (N,783.9,S522)

Blinn, Henry Clay. Manifestation of Spiritualism Among the Shakers, 1837-1847. 1899. (N,289.8,B648m)

Blinn, Henry Clay, comp. Sacred Repository of Anthems and Hymns, for Devotional Worship and Praise, 1852 (N,783.9,B64)

Blumenthal, Walter Hart. The Pepper Shaker. [S.1.]: Privately printed, 1964. (Iowa City, Iowa: Prairie Press) (Z,811.52,B658p)

Brainard, D.C. Brainard’s Shaker Catalogue and Amateur’s Guide to the Flower and Vegetable Garden. D.C. Brainard, Mount Lebanon, New York. Albany, [N.Y.]: Weed, Parsons & Company, printers, 1874. (N,670.85,qB814,82-21548)

Brewer, Priscilla J. Shaker Communities, Shaker Lives. Hanover: University Press of New England, 1986. (A,289.8,B847,87-20438)

Brief Exposition of the Fanaticism, False Doctrines, and Absurdities of the People called Shakers Contained in Their Own Religious Creed, or Confession of Faith. 1822 (N,289.8,B853)

Brief History of the Shaker Community of Union Village, O. 1849? (N,289.8771,B853)

Brown, Thomas. Account of the People Called Shakers: Their Faith, Doctrines, and Practice, Exemplified in the Life, Conversations, and Experience of the Author During the Time He Belonged to the Society. To Which is Affixed a History of Their Rise and Progress to the Present Day. 1812. (N,289.8,B88)

Brown, Thomas. Account of the People Called Shakers: Their Faith, Doctrines, and Practice, Exemplified in the Life, Conversations, and Experience of the Author During the Time He Belonged to the Society. To Which is Affixed a History of Their Rise and Progress to the Present Day. 1972 (Z,289.8,B88a)

Brown, Thomas. An Account of the People Called Shakers: Their Faith, Doctrines, and Practice, Exemplified in the Life, Conversations, and Experience of the Author During the Time He Belonged to the Society: To Which is Affixed a History of Their Rise and Progress to the Present Day. Troy: Printed by Parker and Bliss, 1812. (MB/FM,330,G62,item20410)

Buckingham, Ann. Diaries, 1837-1878. (SC20330, Boxes 5-9)

Burks, Jean M. Documented Furniture: An Introduction to the Collections. Canterbury, N.H.: Shaker village, c1989. (C,749.2142,B959,90-8452)

Burns, Amy Stechler. The Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to God: The History and Visions of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing from 1774 to the Present. [New York: Aperture Foundation, c1987] (C,289.8,qB967,88-1664)

Butler, Linda. Inner Light: The Shaker Legacy. New York: Knopf, 1985. (C,779.92898,qB985,87-027783)

Campion, Nardi Reeder. Ann the Word: The Life of Mother Ann Lee, Founder of the Shakers. Boston: Little, Brown, c1976. (C,289.80924,L477,77-32724)

Carr, Mary Francis. Shakers: A Correspondence Between Mary F.C. of Mt. Holly City and a Shaker Sister, Sarah L. of Union Village, Edited by R.W. Pelham. Springfield, Mass.: S. Bowles, 1870. (Z,230.98,C312)

Chapman, Eunice Hawley. No. 2, Being An Additional Account of the Conduct of the Shakers, in the Case of Eunice Chapman and Her Children with Their Religious Creed … Also, A Refutation of the Shakers Remonstrance to the Proceedings of the Legislature of 1817. By Thomas Brown. Also, the Deposition of Mary Dyer, Who Petitioned the Legislature of the State of New Hampshire for Relief in a Similar Case. Also, Affidavits from Different Persons Who Have Been Members of the Shaker Society. (N,289.8,C466)

Circular [Concerning the Publication The Shaker]. (Shaker Collection; no. 356), 1877. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.356)

Circular (Shaker Collection; no. 239), 187-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.239)

Circular: Further Directions Concerning the Distribution of the Sacred Roll and Book. (Shaker Collection; no. 806),1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.806)

Clapp, Charles, comp. Present Truth, For the Honest Enquirer. (Shaker Collection; no. 448), 1885. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.448)

Clapp, Charles, comp. Present Truth, For the Honest Inquirer. (Shaker Collection; no. 184),1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.184)

Clark, Thomas Dionysius. Pleasant Hill in the Civil War. (Shaker Collection; no. 550), 1972. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.550)

Clough, Henry Terry. Classified List of American and Foreign Newspapers and Magazines with Subscription Prices at Which They Are Supplied Post-paid (Shaker Collection; no. 581) 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.581)

Coffman, Edward. Shakers, 1807-1922. (Shaker Collection no. 579). 19--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.579)

Coleman, Terry. Movers & Shakers: Conversations with Uncommon Men. London: A. Deutsch, 1987. (C,920.009048,C692,88-034241)

Collins, Sarah, comp. Memorial of Sister Polly C. Lewis. (Shaker Collection; no. 375) 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5.N.375)

Commendation (Shaker Collection; no. 805), 1896? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.805)

Compound Concentrated Syrup of Sarsaparilla, Prepared Directly by B. Hinkley, Physician, in the United Society of Shakers, New Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 809), 185-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.809)

Condition of Society, and Its Only Hope, in Obeying the Everlasting Gospel, as Now Developing among Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 360), 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.360)

Conlin, Mary Lou. North Union Story. (Shaker Collection; no. 599) c1974. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.599)

Conlin, Mary Lou. North Union Story: A Shaker Society, 1822-1889. (Shaker Collection; no. 600) c1961. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.600)

Consecration. (Shaker Collection; no. 374), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.374)

Contents of Music in “The Shaker and Shakeress,” “The Shaker,” and “The Manifesto”. (Shaker Collection; no. 804), 188-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.704)

Cook, Harold E. Shaker Music: A Manifestation of American Folk Culture. Lewisburg, [Pa.]: Bucknell University Press, [1973]. (C,783.02698,C771,74-16975)

Coolbroth, Eugenia M. Concise Answer to the Many Questions Asked by the Public[by] Sister Gennie M. Coolbroth, Shaker Village. (Shaker Collection; no. 205), 1933. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.205)

Corbett’s Shaker Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla. (Shaker Collection; no. 820), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.820)

Corbett’s Shaker Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla. (Shaker Collection; no. 819), 1851. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.819)

Cresson, Warder. Babylon the Great is Falling: The Morning Star, or, Light From on High, Written in Defence of the Rights of the Poor and Oppressed. (Shaker Collection; no. 640), 1830 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.640)

Cumings, Henry. What Shall I Do to Be a Shaker? (Shaker Collection; no. 263) 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.263)

Cunningham, Ch. Shaker Society adv-s [sic] Gass, Banta, &c. upon an Appeal from a Decree of the Lincoln Circuit Court. (Shaker Collection; no. 753), 1834? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.753)

Cushman, Charlotte Saunders. Lines by Charlotte Cushman, Suggested by a Visit to the Shaker Settlement near Albany. (Shaker Collection; no. 365) 18--. (MA/FF289.8,S5, N.365)

Davis, A.B. True Love: What It Is, and What It Is Not. Shirley, Mass.: Published by the author, 1869. (N,289.8,D261,83-31077)

Davis, A.B. True Love: What It Is, and What It Is Not. (Shaker Collection; no. 283), 1869. (MA/FF,289.8,S5, N.283)

Deignan, Kathleen. Christ Spirit: The Eschatology of Shaker Christianity. Metuchen, N.J.: American Theological Library Association and Scarecrow Press, 1992. (C,236.088288,D324,92-43967)

Descriptive Catalogue of Vegetable Seeds, Raised at New Lebanon, N.Y., with Directions for Their Cultivation. (Shaker Collection; no. 177), 1870. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.177)

Descriptive Catalogue of Vegetable Seeds, Raised at New Lebanon, N.Y., with Directions for Their Cultivation. (Shaker Collection; no. 176), 1873. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.176)

Desroche, Henri Charles. American Shakers: From Neo-Christianity to Presocialism, 1971. (Z,289.80973,D474)

Desroche, Henri. Les Shakers Americains: D’un Neo-Christianisme a un Pre-Socialisme?: Ouvrage Publie avec le Concours du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. [Paris]: Editions de Minuit, [1955]. (C,289.80973,D474,88-42975)

De Vere, Cecelia. Monopoly. (Shaker Collection; no. 729), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.729)

De Voe, Walter. Healing Prayer. (Shaker Collection; no. 683), 19--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.683)

Dew Drops of Wisdom. (Shaker Collection; no. 349), 1852. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.)

Dibble, Chauncey. United Inheritance. (Shaker Collection; no. 232), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.232)

Doolittle, Mary Antoinette. Autobiography of Mary Antoinette Doolittle, Containing a Brief History of Early Life Prior to Becoming a Member of the Shaker Community. Also, an Outline of Life and Experience Among the Shakers, 1880. (N,289.8747,D691)

Doolittle, Antoinette. Autobiography of Mary Antoinette Doolittle, Containing a Brief History of Early Life Prior to Becoming a Member of the Shaker Community, Also An Outline of Life and Experience Among the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 218), 1880. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.218)

Doolittle, Antoinette. Autobiography of Mary Antoinette Doolittle Prior to Becoming a Member of the Shaker Community, at New Lebanon, N.Y., in the Year 1824. (Shaker Collection; no. 217), 1880 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.217)

Doolittle, Antoinette. Thoughts Concerning Deity. (Shaker Collection; no. 225), [Mount Lebanon, N.Y., 18--] (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.225)

Doolittle, Antoinette. War Positively Unchristian. (Shaker Collection; no. 219), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.219)

“DOROTHY” Shaker Cloak Supplies a Long-felt Want for Auto, Carriage, Street or Ocean Travel, or in Pastel Shades for Evening Wear. (Shaker Collection; no. 823), 19--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.823)

“DOROTHY” Shaker Cloak Supplies a Long-felt Want for Auto, Carriage, Street or Ocean Travel, or in Pastel Shades for Evening Wear. (Shaker Collection; no. 824), 19--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.824)

“DOROTHY” Shaker Cloak. (Shaker Collection; no. 821), 19--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.821)

Dow, Edward French. Portrait of the Millennial Church of Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 510), Orono, Me., 1931. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.510)

Dowe, Arthur W. Day of Judgement as Taught by the Millennial Church (Shakers), with a Few Rays of Light Gathered from Scriptures and Other Sources. (Shaker Collection; no. 233), 1896. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.233)

Dr. S.D. Howe’s Shaker Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla. (Shaker Collection; no. 191), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.191)

Drew, Ira T. Legal Decisions of the Common Law of the United States. (Shaker Collection; no. 730), 1865? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.730)

Dunlavy, John. Manifesto, or A Declaration of the Doctrines and Practice of the Church of Christ, 1818. (N,230.98,D92)

Dunlavy, John. Manifesto, or A Declaration of the Doctrine and Practice of the Church of Christ. Printed at Pleasant-Hill, Ky., 1818, Reprinted 1847. New York, Reprinted by E.O. Jenkins. (N,230.98,D92a)

Dunlavy, John. Manifesto, or A Declaration of the Doctrines and Practice of the Church of Christ, 1818. (MB/FK,289.8,Dun)

Dunlavy, John. Manifesto, or A Declaration of the Doctrines and Practice of the Church of Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 303), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.303)

Dunlavy, John. Manifesto, or, A Declaration of the Doctrines and Practice of the Church of Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 52), 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.52)

Dunlavy, John. Nature and Character of the True Church of Christ Proved by Plain Evidences, and Showing Whereby It May be Known and Distinguished From All Others, 1847. (N,289.8,D921)

Dunlavy, John. The Nature and Character of the True Church of Christ: Proved by Plain Evidences, and Showing Whereby it May be Known and Distinguished from All Others, Being Extracts from the Writings of John Dunlavy. New York: Printed by G.W. Wood, 1850. (N,289.8,D921,1850)

Dunlavy, John. Nature and Character of the True Church of Christ Proved by Plain Evidences, and Showing Whereby it May be Known and Distinguished from All Others: Being Extracts From the Writings of John Dunlavy. (Shaker Collection; no. 227), 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.227)

Dunlavy, John. Nature and Character of the True Church of Christ Proved by Plain Evidences, and Showing Whereby It May be Known and Distinguished From All Others: Being Extracts from the Writings of John Dunlavy. (Shaker Collection; no. 226), 1850. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.226)

Dunlavy, John. Public Discourses, Delivered (in Substance) at Union Village, August, 1823, and Prepared for Publication, by Order of the Ministry. (Shaker Collection; no.654), 1823? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.654)

Dunlavy, John. Plain Evidences, by Which the Nature and Character of the True Church of Christ May be Known and Distinguished From All Others. Taken from a Work Entitled “The Manifesto of Christ,” 1834, 1818. (N,230.98,D92b)

Dunlavy, John. Plain Evidence, by Which the Nature and Character of the True Church of Christ May be Known from All Others: Taken from a Work Entitled “The Manifesto, or a Declaration of the Doctrines and Practice of the Church of Christ”. (Shaker Collection; no. 228), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.228)

Durkee, James M. The Spirit Life. (Shaker Collection; no. 268), 1886. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.268)

Dyer, Joseph. Compendious Narrative Elucidating the Character, Disposition and Conduct of Mary Dyer. Concord: Printed by I. Hill, 1818. (N,289.873,Zd9d)

Dyer, Joseph. Compendious Narrative, Elucidating the Character, Disposition, and Conduct of Mary Dyer, from the Time of her Marriage, in 1799, Till She Left the Society Called Shakers, in 1815, with a Few Remarks upon Certain Charges Which She Has Since Published Against That Society, Together with Sundry Depositions, to Which is Annexed, a Remonstrance Against the Testimony and Application of the Said Mary, for Legislative Interference. (Shaker Collection; no. 157), 1826. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.157)

Dyer, Joseph. Compendious Narrative, Elucidating the Character, Disposition and Conduct of Mary Dyer, from the Time of her Marriage, in 1799, Till She Left the Society Called Shakers, in 1815, with a few Remarks upon Certain Charges Which She Has Since Published Against That Society, Together with Sundry Depositions, by her Husband Joseph Dyer, to Which is Annexed, a Remonstrance Against the Testimony and Application of the Said Mary, for Legislative Interference. (Shaker Collection; no. 155) 1818 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.155)

Dyer, Mary M. A Portraiture of Shakerism, Exhibiting a General View of Their Character and Conduct, from the First Appearance of Ann Lee in New-England, Down to the Present Time, and Certified by Many Respectable Authorities. Drawn up by Mary M. Dyer… [Concord, N.H.] Printed for the author, 1822. (N,289.8,M36p)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Discourses on Religion, Science, and Education. South Union, Ky.: H.L. Eads, 1884. (N,289.8,E11,90-369)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Discourses on Religion, Science, and Education. (Shaker Collection; no. 119), 1884. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.119)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Expression of Faith, a Discursive Letter … Oct. 1875. Orange, N.J.: Chronicle book & job printing office, 1875. (N,230.98,E11)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Expression of Faith: A Discursive Letter, 18--. (Shaker Collection; no. 118) (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.118)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. From a Sermon. (Shaker Collection; no. 835), 1877. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.835,N.835)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Shaker Letter. (Shaker Collection; no. 304) 1880 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.304)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational, Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology, Together with Replies and Criticisms Logically and Clearly Set Forth, 1884. (N,289.8,E11)

Eads, Harvey L. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational, Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology, Together with Replies and Criticisms Logically and Clearly Set Forth. Shakers, N.Y.: Shaker Manifesto, 1884. (N,289.8,E11a)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational, Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology, Together with Replies and Criticisms Logically and Clearly Set Forth, 1879. (N,289.8,E11b)

Eads, Harvey L. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational. Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology. Together with Replies and Criticisms Logically and Clearly Set Forth. 1884 (N,289.8,E11c)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational, Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology, Together with Replies and Criticisms Logically and Clearly Set Forth (Shaker Collection; no. 117), 1879. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.117)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational, Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology, Together with Replies and Criticism Logically and Clearly Set Forth. (Shaker Collection; no. 114), 1884. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.114)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational, Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology, Together with Replies and Criticisms Logically and Clearly Set Forth. (Shaker Collection; no. 116), 1884. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.116)       

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational, Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology, Together with Replies and Criticisms Logically and Clearly Set Forth. (Shaker Collection; no. 113), 1889. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.113)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational, Containing the Substance of Shaker Theology, Together with Replies and Criticisms Logically and Clearly Set Forth. (Shaker Collection; no. 115), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.115)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Tailor’s Division System, Founded upon, and Combined with Actual Measurement, Containing Thirty Diagrams and Designs, Reduced to Mathematical Principles. (Shaker collection; no. 724), 1849. (MA/FF289.8,S5,N.724)

Eads, Harvey Lauderdale. Types of Christ, and Manner of His Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 120), 1878. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.120)

An Early View of the Shakers: Benson John Lossing and the Harper’s Article of July 1857, with Reproductions of the Original Sketches and Watercolors. Hanover: Published for Hancock Shaker Village by University Press of New England, c1989. (A,289.8097473,E12,89-35494)

Eastman, Harland H. Alfred, Maine: The Shakers and the Village. Sanford, Maine: Wilson’s Printers, 1986. (R,974.195,qA392,86-38489)

Edwards, Matilda C. Walking with the World. (Shaker Collection; no. 366), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.366)

Elam, Aida. History of the Shakers, Education and Recreation: A Brief History. (Shaker Collection; no. 202), 1936? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.202)

Elkins, Hervey. Fifteen Years in the Senior Order of Shakers: A Narration of Facts Concerning That Singular People. Hanover, N.H.: Dartmouth Press, 1853. (N,289.8,E43)

Elkins, Hervey. Fifteen Years in the Senior Order of Shakers: A Narration of Facts Concerning That Singular People. Hanover, [N.H.]: Dartmouth Press, 1853. [New York: AMS Press, 1973] (C,289.8,E43a,1973)

Elkins, Hervey. Fifteen Years in the Senior Order of Shakers: A Narration of Facts Concerning That Singular People. (Shaker Collection; no. 229), 1853. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.229)

Emlen, Robert P. Shaker Village Views: Illustrated Maps and Landscape Drawings by Shaker Artists of the Nineteenth Century. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, c1987. (A,912.7408828,qE53,88-016469)

Enfield, N.H. Society of Believers. From the Shakers, Enfield, N.H. (Shaker Collection; no. 361), 189-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.361)

Enfield, Conn. Society of Believers. Notice to Visitors. (Shaker Collection; no. 784) 18-- (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.784)

Enfield, N.H. Society of Believers. On Hundredth Anniversary of the Organization of the Shaker Church, Enfield, N.H., October 18, 1893. (Shaker Collection; no. 266), 1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.266)

Estabrook, Fidella E. Berkshire Wild Flowers. (Shaker Collection; no. 149,) c1902. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.149)

Evans, Frederick William. 100 Years of Shaker Life: Centennial of a Communism of Peace. (Shaker Collection; no. 351), 1874? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.351)

Evans, Frederick William. Ann Lee (the Founder of the Shakers), a Biography, with Memoirs of William Lee, James Whittaker, J. Hocknell, J. Meacham, and Lucy Wright, Also a Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules, and Regulations, Government and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. London: J. Burns, Progressive Library; New York: F.W. Evans, [1869?] (Albany, N.Y.: C. Van Benthuysen & Sons, printers, binders and stereotypers). (N,289.8,E92,89-16722)

Evans, Frederick William. Ann Lee (the Founder of the Shakers), A Biography, With Memoirs of William Lee, James Whittaker, J. Hocknell, J. Meacham, and Lucy Wright, Also a Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 54,) 1858. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.54)

Evans, Frederick William. Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelation of the Apocalypse. 1869. (V,289.873,Ze9a2)

Evans, Frederick William. Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelation of the Apocalypse, with an Appendix. Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: F.W. Evans, 1869. (N,289.873,Ze9)

Evans, Frederick William. Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelation of the Apocalypse, with an Appendix. Glasgow: United Publishing; New York: American News Co., 1888. (N,289.873,Ze9a)

Evans, Frederick William. Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelation of the Apocalypse, with an Appendix. [New York: AMS Press, 1973]. (C,289.873,Ze9a,1973)

Evans, Frederick William. Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelation of the Apocalypse, with an Appendix. Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: F.W. Evans, 1869. (MB/FF,970,S11,79-25555)

Evans, Frederick William. Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelation of the Apocalypse, with an Appendix. (Shaker Collection; no. 55), 1869. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.55)

Evans, Frederick William. Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelation of the Apocalypse, with an Appendix. (Shaker collection; no. 51), 1869. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.51)

Evans, Frederick William. Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelation of the Apocalypse, with an Appendix. (Shaker Collection; no. 56), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.56)

Evans, Frederick William. Capital and Labor: What Is in a Name? Wail of a Striker. (Shaker Collection; no. 111), 189-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.111)

Evans, Frederick William. Celibacy, from the Shaker Stand-Point. (Shaker Collection; no. 76), 1866. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.76)

Evans, Frederick William. Conditions of Peace. (Shaker Collection; no. 88), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.88)

Evans, Frederick William. Confession of Sin. (Shaker Collection; no .90), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.90)

Evans, Frederick William. Country: A New Earth and New Heavens. (Shaker Collection; no. 110).  18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.110)

Evans, Frederick William. Cruelty to Birds. (Shaker Collection; no. 89), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.89)

Evans, Frederick William. Egyptian Sphinx. (Shaker Collection; no. 99), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.99)

Evans, Frederick William. Elder Evans on Collecting Debts. (Shaker Collection; no. 726). 1883. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.726)

Evans, Frederick William. Elder Evans on Collecting Debts. (Shaker Collection; no. 727). 1883. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.727)

Evans, Frederick William. Elder Evans to Henry George. (Shaker Collection; no. 803), 1886? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.803)

Evans, Frederick William. God is God. (Shaker Collection; no. 86), 189-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.86)

Evans, Frederick William. Good Bread. (Shaker Collection; no. 728), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.728)

Evans, Frederick William. Good Manners. 1890. (N,289.8,E92g)

Evans, Frederick William. Good Manners. (Shaker Collection; no. 101), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.101)

Evans, Frederick William. “Great White Throne.” (Shaker Collection; no. 84), 1889. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.84)

Evans, Frederick William. “Great White Throne” (Shaker Collection; no. 85,) 1889. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.85)

Evans, Frederick William. Lecture, Delivered in Taylor’s Hall, Amenia, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 83), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.83)

Evans, Frederick William. Liberalism, Spiritualism and Shakerism: An Address. (Shaker Collection; no. 87), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.87)

Evans, Frederick William. Liberty of Conscience. (Shaker Collection; no. 103), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.103)

Evans, Frederick William. New England Witchcraft and Spiritualism. (Shaker Collection; no. 91), 1881? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.91)

Evans, Frederick William. Obituary: Death of a Prominent Shaker in the Community at Watervliet, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 92), 1890? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.92)

Evans, Frederick William. Obituary: Rufus Crossman. (Shaker Collection; no. 100), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.100)

Evans, Frederick William. Original Ideas. (Shaker Collection; no. 72), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.72)

Evans, Frederick William. Our Centennial: The Other Side, Second Centennial. (Shaker Collection; no. 109), 1889. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.109)

Evans, Frederick William. Proposed Memorial to the Late Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. (Shaker Collection; no. 96), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.96)

Evans, Frederick William. Religious Communism: A Lecture by F.W. Evans Delivered in St. George’s Hall, London, Aug. 6, 1871, with Introductory Remarks by Mr. Hepworth Dixon, Also Some Account of the Extent of the Shaker Communities, and a Narrative of the Visit of Elder Evans to England, an Abstract of a Lecture by Rev. J.M. Peebles, and His Testimony in Regard to the Shakers. London: J. Burns, [1871?]. (N,289.8,E92,90-199)

Evans, Frederick William. Religious Communism: A Lecture … Delivered in St. George’s Hall, London, Sunday Evening, August 6th, 1871. (Shaker Collection; no. 65), 1871. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.65)

Evans, Frederick William. Religious Communism: A Lecture … Delivered in St. George’s Hall, London, 6th August, 1871. (Shaker Collection; no. 75), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.75)

Evans, Frederick William. Resurrection. (Shaker Collection; no. 711), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.711)

Evans, Frederick William. Resurrection. (Shaker Collection; no. 74), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.74)

Evans, Frederick William. Robert G. Ingersoll for 1892. (Shaker Collection; no. 73), 189-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.73)

Evans, Frederick William. Russian Famine: A Shaker Protest Against Closing the World’s Fair on Sunday. (Shaker Collection no. 95), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.95)

Evans, Frederick William. Sabbath. (Shaker Collection; no. 98), 1886. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.98)

Evans, Frederick William. Sabbaths vs. the People: Shaker Address to the American People, Male and Female. (Shaker Collection; no. 97), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.97)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Communism, or, Tests of Divine Inspiration: the Second Christian or Gentile Pentecostal Church, as Exemplified by Seventy Communities of Shakers in America. London: James Burns, 1871. (N,289.8,E92s)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Communism, or, Tests of Divine Inspiration: The Second Christian or Gentile Pentecostal Church, as Exemplified by Seventy Communities of Shakers in America. London: J. Burns, 1871. [New York: AMS Press, 1974]. (C,289.8,E92s,1974)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Communism, or, Tests of Divine Intervention, the Second Christian or Gentile Pentecostal Church, as Exemplified by Seventy Communities of Shakers in America. (Shaker Collection; no. 53), 1871. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.53)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Essay. (Shaker Collection; no. 64), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.64)

Evans, F.W. (Frederick William), compiler. Shaker Music: Inspirational Hymns and Melodies Illustrative of the Resurrection Life and Testimony of the Shakers. Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons, 1875.[New York: AMS Press, 1974] (C,783.952,E92,75-496)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Pentecost. (Shaker Collection; no. 58), 1874. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.58)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Reconstruction of the American Government. (Shaker Collection; no. 104), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.104)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Sermon … Delivered Sept. 12th, 1886, at the Funeral of John Greves of the North Family, Mount Lebanon, Col. Co., N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 78), 1886. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.78)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker System, and a Lecture Delivered at Randolph, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y., December 9, 1877. (Shaker Collection; no. 105), 1877. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.105)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Travail: An Essay … Written Over Thirty Years Ago. (Shaker Collection; no. 60), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.60)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker Views and Reviews. (Shaker Collection; no. 59), 188-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.59)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker-Russian Correspondence Between Count Leo Tolstoi and Elder F.W. Evans. (Shaker Collection; no. 314), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.314)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 77), 1886. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.77)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakerism and Spiritualism in Their Moral Aspects. (Shaker Collection; no. 653), 1871. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.653)                   

Evans, Frederick William. Shakerism in London: Addresses by Frederick W. Evans, Dr. Peebles, J. Burns and Others, at Claremont Hall, Penton St., London, N., Sunday Evening, July 3, 1887. Mount Lebanon, Columbia Co., N.Y.: F. Evans, [1887?]. (N,289.8,E92,90-382)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakerism in London: Addresses … at Claremont Hall, Penton St., London, N., Sunday Evening, July 3, 1887. (Shaker Collection; no. 102), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.102)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakerism: Report of a Discourse … Delivered in Taylor’s Hall, Amenia, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 71), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.71)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers and Koreshans Uniting. (Shaker Collection; no. 69), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.69)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers and Their Belief. (Shaker Collection; no. 63), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.63)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers Shaking the Old Creation: The “First Heavens and First Earth”. (Shaker Collection; no. 107), 1889. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.107)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: A Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing …. New York: AMS Press, 1975. (C, 289.8,E92a3,1975)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, with Biographies of Ann Lee, William Lee, Jas. Whittaker, J. Hocknell, J. Meacham, and Lucy Wright. New Lebanon, N.Y.: Auchampaugh Bros., 1859. (N,289.8,E92)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. 1859. (N,289.8,E92a2)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. 1867,c1858. (N,289.8,E92a3)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing with Biographies of Ann Lee, William Lee, Jas. Whittaker, J. Hocknell, J. Meacham, and Lucy Wright. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1859. (MB/FF,970,S11,79-25555)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing: With Biographies of Ann Lee, William Lee, Jas. Whittaker, J. Hocknell, J. Meacham, and Lucy Wright. (Shaker Collection; no. 57) 1859 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, with Biographies of Ann Lee, William Lee, Jas. Whittaker, J. Hocknell, J. Meacham, and Lucy Wright. (Shaker Collection; no. 593), 1859. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.593)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: Compendium of the Origin, History, Principles, Rules and Regulations, Government, and Doctrines of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, with Biographies of Ann Lee, William Lee, Jas. Whittaker, J. Hocknell, J. Meacham, and Lucy Wright. (Shaker Collection; no. 68), 1867. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.68)

Evans, Frederick William. Shakers: Who They Are and What They Believe. (Shaker Collection; no. 62), 1885. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.62)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker’s Look into the Future. (Shaker Collection; no. 79), 1885. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.79)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker’s Sabbath, Composed of Seven Days. (Shaker Collection; no. 749), 1892? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.749)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker’s Sabbath, Composed of Seven Days. (Shaker Collection; no. 94), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.94)

Evans, Frederick William. Shaker’s Views on the Land Limitation Scheme and Land Monopoly, and Mormon Prosecution. (Shaker Collection; no. 108), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.108)

Evans, Frederick William. Short Treatise on the Second Appearing of Christ, in and through the Order of the Female. (Shaker Collection; no. 70), 1853. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.70)

Evans, Frederick William. Suggestion. (Shaker Collection; no. 80), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.80)

Evans, Frederick William. Tests of Divine Inspiration, or, The Rudimental Principles by Which True and False Revelation, in all Eras of the World, Can be Unerringly Discriminated. New Lebanon [N.Y.]: United Society called Shakers, 1853. (N,289.8,E92s2)

Evans, Frederick William. Tests of Divine Inspiration, or, the Rudimental Principles by Which True and False Revelation, in all Eras of the World, Can be Unerringly Discriminated. (Shaker Collection; no. 82), 1853. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.82)

Evans, Frederick William. Treatise on Shaker Theology. (Shaker Collection; no. 66), 186-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.66)

Evans, Frederick William. Two Orders, Shakerism and Republicanism: The American Church and American Civil Government, Coequal and Separate, the New Heavens and New Earth. (Shaker Collection; no. 81,) 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.81)

Evans, Frederick William. Universal Church. (Shaker Collection; no. 67), 1872. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.67)

Evans, Frederick William. Welcome Home to Whitelaw Reid. (Shaker Collection; no. 106), 189-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.106)

Evans, Frederick William. Who is Ann Lee? What Evidence Is There that She Is the Second Messiah? (Shaker Collection; no. 61), 1889. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.61)

Evans, Frederick William. World’s Fair: Shall it be Closed One Day in the Week to Please a Certain Sect? (Shaker Collection; no. 93), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.93)

Evans, Jessie. The Story of Shakerism by One Who Knows [i.e. J. Evans]. East Canterbury, N.H.: Shakers, 1907. (N,289.8,E92,83-31078)

Evans, Jessie. Story of Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 206), 1936. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.206)

Evans, Jessie. Story of Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 207), 1939. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.207)

Evans, Jessie. Story of Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 509), 1907. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.509)

Evans, Jessie. Story of Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 216), 1910. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.216)

Extract from an Unpublished Manuscript on Shaker History, Giving an Accurate Description of Their Songs, Dances, Marches, Visions, Visits, Visits to the Spirit Land, &c. (Shaker Collection; no. 348), 1850. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.348)

Faber, Doris. The Perfect Life: The Shakers in America. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, [1974] (C,289.80973,F115,74-16355)

Facts Concerning Brown’s Shaker Pure Fluid Extract of English Valerian (valeriana officinalis) Prepared by the United Society of  Shakers, Enfield, N.H. (Shaker Collection; no. 236), 1880? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.236)

Facts Concerning Brown’s Shaker Pure Fluid Extract of English Valerian (valeriana officinalis), Prepared by the United Society of Shakers, For Sale by All Druggists. (Shaker Collection; no. 235), 1880? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.235)

Fairbanks, Marila. Bond of Love and Word of Comfort Written by Mother Ann, on a Leaf on the Bough of Peace for my Pretty, yea Meritorious Little Daughter Marila, Read to the Mortal Writer by One of her Reading Angels April 30th, 1842. (Shaker Collection; no. 208), 1964? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.208)

Fancy Oval Covered Wooden Boxes. (Shaker Collection; no. 676), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.676)

Favorite Shaker Recipes. (Shaker Collection; no. 209), 1970? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.209)

Fellenberg, Frederick. Speaking Shakerism: Young Men in Switzerland Propose to Form a Community. (Shaker Collection; no. 313), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.313)

Fifteen Years a Shakeress. Albany, N.Y.: Shaker Heritage Society, 1989. (N,289.8092,S631,90-105)

Filley, Dorothy M. Recapturing Wisdom’s Valley: The Watervliet Shaker Heritage, 1775-1975. Colonie [N.Y.]: Town of Colonie, c1975. (A,289.8097474,F485,76-1569)

Fischer, Saxon. Christ Has Come the Second Time. (Shaker Collection; no. 598), 1916. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.598)

Flint, Charles L., 1946- Mount Lebanon Shaker Collection. New Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Road, P.O. Box 628, New Lebanon, N.Y. 12125): Mount Lebanon Shaker Village, 1987. (A,745.088288,qF623,89-35180)

Following Lines, Said to Be Written by a Quaker, Contain the True Philosophy of Life. (Shaker Collection; no. 736), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.736)

Foster, Lawrence. Religion and Sexuality: Three American Communal Experiments of the Nineteenth Century. New York: Oxford University Press, 1981. (C,335.973,F755,81-30732)

Foster, Lawrence. Women, Family, and Utopia: Communal Experiments of the Shakers, the Oneida Community and the Mormons. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1991. (C,307.7740973,F755,92-36383)

Fragrance from the Altar of Incense: Shaker Contributions to the Flaming Sword. (Shaker Collection; no. 565), 1892? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.565)Farnham, James. To the Public: Having Lately Seen a Scandalous Handbill in Circulation, Published by Mary M. Dyer, Containing, Among Other Malicious Falsehoods, a Slanderous Charge Against Me …. (Shaker Collection; no. 802), 1825. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.802)

Fraser, Daniel. Analysis of Human Society: Declaring the Law Which Creates and Sustains a Community Having Goods in Common. (Shaker Collection; no. 133), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.133)

Fraser, Daniel. Divine Afflatus, a Force in History. (Shaker Collection; no. 126), 1875. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.126)

Fraser, Daniel. Divine Procedure in the Affairs of Men. (Shaker Collection; no. 130) 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.130)

Fraser, Daniel. Divinity of Humanity: The Corner-Stone of the Temple of the Future, 1874. (N,289.8,F841)

Fraser, Daniel. Divinity of Humanity: The Corner-Stone of the Temple of the Future. (Shaker Collection; no. 575), 1874. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.575)

Fraser, Daniel. Letter, Touching Important Principles. (Shaker Collection; no. 131), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.131)

Fraser, Daniel. Music of the Spheres … Dedicated to the Consideration of Robert G. Ingersoll, and to Others Like-Minded. (Shaker Collection; no. 132), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.132)

Fraser, Daniel. Shaker Hygiene: The Dietetic Troubles of the First and Nineteenth Centuries Contrasted. (Shaker Collection; no. 125), 188-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.125)

Fraser, Daniel. Shaker Support for Henry George. (Shaker Collection; no. 128), 1886. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.128)

Fraser, Daniel. Shaker Theology: Facts for Christendom. (Shaker Collection; no. 129), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.129)

Fraser, Daniel. Witness of Daniel Fraser. (Shaker Collection; no. 127), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.127)

Free Convention, Rutland, Vt., 1858. Proceedings of the Free Convention Held at Rutland, Vt., July 25th, 26th, and 27th, 1858. (Shaker Collection; no. 764), 1858. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.764)

Fried, Albert, comp. Socialism in America: From the Shakers to the Third International, a Documentary History, 1970. (C,335.00973,F899)

Frost, Marguerite. About the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 186), 1958? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.186)

Frost, Marguerite. Shaker Story. (Shaker Collection; no. 596), 196-? (MA/FF.289.8,S5,N.596)

Gardener’s Manual, Containing Plain Instructions for the Selection, Preparation, and Management of a Kitchen Garden, with Practical Directions for the Cultivation and Management of Some of the Most Useful Culinary Vegetables. (Shaker Collection; no. 674), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.674)

Garrett, Clarke. Spirit Possession and Popular Religion from the Camisards to the Shakers. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. (C,248.2,G239,87-033858)

Gentle Manners: A Guide to Good Morals. East Canterbury, N.H. [pref., 1899]. (N,173.6,J97a2)

Gentle Manners: A Guide to Good Morals. (Shaker Collection; no. 428), 1899. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.428)

Gibson, Marywebb. Shakerism in Kentucky, Founded in America by Ann Lee, 1942. (Z,289.8769,G44)

Gibson, Marywebb. Shakerism in Kentucky, Founded in America by Ann Lee. (Shaker Collection; no. 457), c1942. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.457)

Gillespie, Mary Ann. Gospel Grange, an Order Originating from the Visit of the Shakers to the Spiritualist’s Camp-Meeting, at Lake Pleasant, Montague Co., Mass., Addressed to Every Individual Member of the Shaker Fraternity Wherever Located. (Shaker Collection; no. 460), 1880. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.460)

Gilman, Charlotte (Perkins) Stetson. Clarion Call to Redeem the Race: The Burden of Mothers. (Shaker Collection; no. 520), 189-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.520)

Gordon, Beverly. Shaker Textile Arts. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1980. (C,746.0974,G662,80-27063)

The Gospel Monitor: A Little Book of Mother Ann’s Word to Those Who Are Placed as Instructors & Care-takers of Children, Written by Mother Lucy Wright, and Brought by Her to the Elders of the First Order, on the Holy Mount, March 1, 1841. Copied by Inspiration at Mother Ann’s Desire, March 2, 1841. Printed in Canterbury, N.H., 1843. (N,289.8,G676,88-704)

Gospel Monitor: A Little Book of Mother Ann’s Word to Those Who Are Placed as Instructors & Care-takers of Children. (Shaker Collection; no. 416), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.416)

Graham, Virginia Wilhelm. Ancestral Lineage, Mildred Olive Batts McCann, Adair County, Iowa; Prince George County, Virginia, 1964. (R,929.2,qM1224g7)

Grand Shaker Convention, in Steinway Hall, Nov. 22 [1874]: Three Important Meetings. (Shaker Collection; no. 213), 1874. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.213)

Grant, Jerry V. Shaker Furniture Makers. Hanover, [N.H.]: Published for Hancock Shaker Village, Pittsfield, Mass. by University Press of New England, c1989. (C,749.214,qG762,90-49076)

Green Corn Cutting Machine, Patented Feb. 23rd, 1875, by Wm. J. Potter, Mt. Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 811), 1876? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.811)

Green, Benjamin. True Believer’s Vademecum, or, Shakerism Exposed, together with an Account of the Life of the Author, from His Birth, to the Period of His Joining and Leaving That Society of People Called Shakers, Who Have Excited the Astonishment and Wonder of the Enquiring Part of the Community of this Vastly Extended Empire, Also, a Fair Exhibition of the Way in Which Real Unmingled Happiness May Be Obtained, without Being Exposed to the Shackles of Superstition. (Shaker Collection; no. 421), 1831. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.421)

Green, Calvin. Law of Life: Extract from a Writing Received in the Name of the Prophet Joel, at Mt. Lebanon, N.Y., January, 1841. (Shaker Collection; no. 463), 1901. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.463)

Green, Calvin. Summary View of the Millennial Church, or United Society of Believers, Commonly Called Shakers, Comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society, together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony, 1848. (N,289.8,G79a)

Green, Calvin. Summary View of the Millennial Church or United Society of Believers (Commonly Called Shakers), Comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society, together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony, by Calvin Green and Seth Y. Wells. Albany: Packard & Van Benthuysen, 1823. (N,289.8,G79)

Greene, Nancy Lewis. Ye Olde Shaker Bells, c1930. (N,289.8,G81)

Greetings, to You, from the Society of American Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 669), 1937? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.669)

Grosvenor, Lorenzo Dow. Address at the Dedication of the Shaker Mills, Shirley. (Shaker Collection; no. 465), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.465)

Grosvenor, Lorenzo Dow. America, the “Land of Emanuel”: Constitutional Liberty a Refuge for the Gathering to Shiloh. (Shaker Collection; no. 437), 18--. MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.437)

Grosvenor, Lorenzo Dow. Circular Letter. (Shaker Collection; no. 834), 1858. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.834)

Grosvenor, Lorenzo Dow. Circular Letter in Defence of the United Society of Believers, Commonly Called Shakers, with a Reply to Correspondents. (Shaker Collection; no. 455), 1849. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.455)

Grosvenor, Lorenzo Dow. Testimony of Jesus Concerning Marriage. (Shaker Collection; no. 769), 185-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.769)

Hampton, Oliver C. Balance-Wheel. (Shaker Collection; no. 458), 1869. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.458)

Hampton, Oliver C. Special Call and Invitation. (Shaker Collection; no. 680), 1891.

            (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.680)

Hampton, Taylor. God’s Gentlemen. (Shaker Collection; no. 658), 1952. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.658)

Handberg, Ejner. Measured Drawings of Shaker Furniture and Woodenware.  

Stockbridge, Mass.: Berkshire Traveller Press, c1980. (C,749.214,qH236,81-35516)

Handberg, Ejner. Shop Drawings of Shaker Furniture and Woodenware: Measured Drawings. Stockbridge, Mass.: Berkshire Traveller Press, 1973-1977. (C,684.1040222,H236,74-6324)

Hart & Shepard, Manufactures of Athletic and Fancy Goods, Holiday Goods a Specialty. (Shaker Collection; no. 175), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.175)Harter, Mrs. J.H. True Religion: A Poem. (Shaker Collection; no. 462), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.462)

Harvard, Mass. Church of the United Society (Shakers). Shakers’ Covenant, (Never Before Published,) with a Brief Outline of Shaker History. (Shaker Collection; no. 261), 1873.
(MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.261)

Harvard, Mass. School Committee. Annual Report of the School Committee of the Town of Harvard, for the School-Year 1881-82. (Shaker Collection; no. 617), 1882. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.617)

Haskell, Russell. Musical Expositor, or, a Treatise on the Rules and Elements of Music, Adapted to the Most Approved Method of Musical Writing. (Shaker Collection; no. 427), 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.427)

Haskett, William J. Shakerism Unmasked, or the History of the Shakers. Pittsfield, The author, 1828. (N,289.8,H34)

Haskett, William J. Shakerism Unmasked, or, the History of the Shakers, Including a Form Politic of Their Government as Councils, Orders, Gifts, with an Exposition of the Five Orders of Shakerism, and Ann Lee’s Grand Foundation Vision, in Sealed Pages, with Some Extracts from Their Private Hymns Which Have Never Appeared before the Public. (Shaker Collection; no. 429), 1828. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.429)

Heavenly Path-way. (Shaker Collection; no. 801), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.801)

Heer, Fred J., pub. Columbus, Ohio. Shakerism: Its Meaning and Message, Embracing an Historical Account, Statement of Belief and Spiritual Experience of the Church from Its Rise to the Present Day. (Shaker Collection; no. 772), 1904. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.772)

Helfrich, Sophia. Information Concerning the Well Known Shaker Cloaks. (Shaker Collection; no. 812), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.812)

Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum. The Edward Deming Andrews Memorial Shaker Collection compiled by E. Richard McKinstry. New York: Garland Pub., 1987. (C,016.2898,H521,88-41904)

Herbrandson, Dee. Shaker Herbs and Their Medicinal Uses. [Loudonville, N.Y.]: Shaker Heritage Society, c1985. (N,289.8,H538,87-20389)

Hinds, William Alfred. American Communities: Brief Sketches of Economy, Zoar, Bethel, Aurora, Amana, Icaria, the Shakers, Oneida, Wallingford, and the Brotherhood of the New Life. Oneida, N.Y.: Office of the American Socialist, 1878. (C,335.973,H66b)

Historic American Buildings Survey. Shaker Built: A Catalog of Shaker Architectural Records from the Historic American Buildings Survey. Washington: HABS, 1974. (C,720.974,H673,75-4476)

Hoar, George Frisbie. Pathetic Petition. (Shaker Collection; no. 405), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.405)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles, ed. Calvin’s Confession: A Communication Given in the Name of John Calvin, the Geneva Reformer, in the Shaker Community, Shakers, Albany Co., N.Y. in 1842 (Shaker Collection; no. 530), 1904. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.530)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Christ the Harvester. (Shaker Collection; no. 531), 189-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.531)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Christ, the Way: The Word of God Abides Forever, 1909? (N,289.8,H744)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Christ the Way: The Word of God Abides Forever. (Shaker Collection; no. 389), 1909. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.389)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Coming of Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 398), 189-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.398)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Concerning God. (Shaker Collection; no. 383), 1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.383)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Confession of Sins. (Shaker Collection; no. 710), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.710)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Divine Judgment, Justice and Mercy: A Revelation of the Great White Throne. (Shaker Collection; no. 397), 1895. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.397)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Divine Motherhood. (Shaker Collection; no. 396), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.396)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Doing and Being, Acting and Reacting: The Seen and Unseen, Cause and Effect, the Vail of Death Destroyed. Mt. Lebanon, Columbia Co., N.Y.: [s.n.], 1910. (N,289.8,H744,81-31241)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Doing and Being, Acting and Reacting: The Seen and Unseen, Cause and Effect, the Vail of Death Destroyed. (Shaker Collection; no. 388), 1910. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.388)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Final Harvest. (Shaker Collection; no. 712), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.712)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Heaven Anointed Woman. (Shaker Collection; no. 399), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.399)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. “In the Day Thou Eatest” (Shaker Collection; no. 401), 190-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.401)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. “In the Day Thou Eatest” (Shaker Collection; no. 400), 1905? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.400)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Interpreting Prophecy and the Appearing of Christ. Chicago, Ill.: Guiding Star, [1892]. (N,289.8,H744,90-193)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Interpreting Prophecy and the Appearing of Christ. Washington, Heights, Ill.: Guiding Star Pub. House, 1892. (N,289.8,H744,90-198)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Interpreting Prophecy and the Appearing of Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 403), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.403)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Interpreting Prophecy and the Appearing of Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 404), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.404)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Interpreting Prophecy. (Shaker Collection; no. 402), 1888? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.402)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Joyful Tidings. (Shaker Collection; no. 387), 1886. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.387)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Liberalism. (Shaker Collection; no. 708), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.708)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Life’s Exchanges: A Lesson from Experience. (Shaker Collection; no. 381), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.381)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Millennium Seen in Dream Vision by Julia Ward Howe. (Shaker Collection; no. 800), 1908. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.800)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Mission of Alethian Believers, Called Shakers. Mount Lebanon, N.Y.: A.G. Hollister, 1899. (N,289.8,H744,90-380)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Mission of Alethian Believers called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 386), 1892-1899. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.386)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Natural and Spiritual Man. (Shaker Collection; no. 382), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.382)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. New Revelation. (Shaker Collection; no. 384), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.384)

Hollister Alonzo Giles. New Revelation. (Shaker Collection; no. 385), 1909. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.385)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Pearly Gate Bible Lessons, Part II. (Shaker Collection; no. 631), 1901. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.631)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Pearly Gate of the True Life and Doctrine for Believers in Christ, 1896. (N,230.98,H74a)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Pearly Gate of the True Life and Doctrine for Believers in Christ, Part II. Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: [s.n.], 1900. (N,289.8,H744,83-31814)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Pearly Gate of the True Life and Doctrine for Believers in Christ. Mt. Lebanon, N.Y., 1894. (N,230.98,H74)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Pearly Gate of the True Life and Doctrine for Believers in Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 628), 1894. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.628)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Pearly Gate of the True Life and Doctrine for Believers in Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 629), 1896. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.629)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles, comp. Pearly Gate of the True Life and Doctrine for Believers in Christ, Part II. (Shaker Collection; no. 630), 1900. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.630)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Pearly Gate, Part III: Baptism in Spiritual Waters, Opens the Eyes of our Understanding. Mt. Lebanon, Columbia Co., N.Y.: [s.n.], 1904. (N,289.8,H744,90-932)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles, comp. Pearly Gate, Part III. (Shaker Collection; no. 632), 1904. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.632)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles, comp.  Prophesy Unseald [sic] by the “Word of God Reveald[sic] out of Whose Mouth Goeth a Sharp Sword”; Brief Sketch of Ann Lee. (Shaker Collection; no. 395), 1905. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.395)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Reapers. (Shaker Collection; no. 393), 1898. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.393)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Reapers. (Shaker Collection; no. 394), 1885. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.394)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Reapers. (Shaker Collection; no. 459), 1909. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.459)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Remarkable Phenomena Among the Shakers in 1850. (Shaker Collection; no. 380) 1904 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Shaker Testimony: The Gospel of Eternal (Aionion) Life, Proclaimed in the Season ofjudgement [sic]. (Shaker Collection; no. 532), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.532)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Shaker View of Marriage. (Shaker collection; no. 634), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.634)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Synopsis of Doctrine Taught by Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker collection; no. 391), 1902. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.391)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Synopsis of Doctrine Taught by Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 750), 1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.750)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Synopsis of Doctrine Taught by Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 390), 1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.390)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. Synopsis of Doctrine Taught by Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 392), 1915. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.392)

Hollister, Alonzo Giles. True Judgment Liberates. (Shaker Collection; no. 706), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.706)

Holmes, James. Collection of Anthems Given by the Spirits, 1837-1848. (Shaker Collection; no. 482), 185-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.482)

Holmes, James, comp. Collection of Useful Hints for Farmers and Many Valuable Recipes. (Shaker Collection; no. 410), 1850. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.410)

Holmes, James, comp. Collection of Useful Hints for Farmers, and Many Valuable Recipes. (Shaker Collection; no. 412), 1849. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.412)

Holmes, James, comp. Collection of Useful Hints for Farmers, and Many Valuable Recipes. (Shaker Collection; no. 411), 1850. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.411)

Holmes, James, comp. Farmer’s Second Book: A Collection of Useful Hints for Farmers, and Many Valuable Recipes. (Shaker Collection; no. 413), 1853. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.413)

Holmes, James, comp. Farmer’s Third Book: A Collection of Useful Hints for Farmers and Gardeners and Many Valuable Recipes. (Shaker Collection; no. 414), 1856. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.414)

Honey, Soul of Flowers to Sweeten the Soul of Man. (Shaker Collection; no. 818), 19--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.818)

Horgan, Edward R. The Shaker Holy Land: A Community Portrait. Harvard, Mass.: Harvard Common Press, c1982. (C,289.8097443,H811,82-37011)

House and Garden. Shaker: Pattern of Practical Beauty. [Greenwich, Conn.]: Conde Nast Publications, 1945. (Z,749,qH84)

How the Shakers Cook and the Noted Cooks of the Country. (Shaker Collection; no. 311), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.311)

How the Shakers Cook and the Noted Cooks of the Country. (Shaker Collection; no. 199), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.199)

Howard, Elizabeth. Out of Step with the Dancers. New York: Morrow, 1978. (C,813.54,H848,88-033694)

Howe, Julia Ward. Millenium Seen in a Dream Vision, 1908? (N,236.3,H856)

Howells, William Dean. Three Villages. 1884 (N,917.444,L67h)

Hutton, Daniel Mac-Hir. Old Shakertown and the Shakers: A Brief History of the Rise of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Coming, the Establishment of the Pleasant Hill Colony, Their Beliefs, Customs and Pathetic End. Harrodsburg, Ky.: Harrodsburg Herald Press, [1936]. (N,289.8,H984,90-370)

Hutton, Daniel Mac-Hir. Old Shakertown and the Shakers: A Brief History of the Rise of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Coming, the Establishment of the Pleasant Hill Colony, Their Beliefs, Customs and Pathetic End. (Shaker Collection; no. 456), 1936. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.456)

Illustrated Catalogue and Price List of Shakers’ Chairs, Manufactured by the Society of Shakers, R.M. Wagan & Co., Mount Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 168), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.168)

Illustrated Catalogue and Price List of the Shakers’ Chairs, Foot Benches, Floor Mats, etc., Manufactured and Sold by the Shakers, at Mt. Lebanon, Columbia Co., N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 687), 1875. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.687)

Illustrated Catalogue and Price-list of the Shakers’ Chairs, Manufactured by the Society of Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 445), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.445)

Illustrated Catalogue and Price-list of the Shakers’ Chairs, Manufactured by the Society of Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 446), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.446)

Improved Shaker Washing Machine, Designed Particularly for Hospitals, Hotels, Laundries, &c., Manufactured and For Sale by the United Society of Shakers at Shaker Village, N.H., Also, a Newly Constructed Mangle, Operated by a Screw. (Shaker Collection; no. 452), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.452)

Improved Shaker Washing Machine, Designed Particularly for Hospitals, Hotels, Laundries, &c., Manufactured and For Sale by the United Society of Shakers, at Shaker Village, N.H., Also, a Newly Constructed Mangle, Operated by a Screw. (Shaker Collection; no. 453, 1876. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.453)

Improved Shaker Washing Machine, Designed Particularly for Hospitals, Hotels, Laundries, &c., Manufactured and For Sale by the United Society of Shakers, at Shaker Village, N.H., Also, a Newly Constructed Mangle, Operated by a Screw. (Shaker Collection; no. 454), 1877. (MA/FF,1289.8,S5,N.454)

Improved Shaker Washing Machine, Designed Particularly for Hospitals, Hotels, Laundries, &c., Patented January 26,1858, by David Parker, Shaker Village, N.H., Manufactured and For Sale by the United Society of Shakers, at Shaker Village, N.H., Also Improved Hydro-extractor, Recipes for Making Soap, &c. (Shaker Collection; no. 451), 1859. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.451)

Influence of the Shaker Doctor. (Shaker Collection; no. 449), 1849. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.449)

Interesting Narrative of Our Saviour Jesus Christ by Pontius Pilate. (Shaker Collection; no. 471), 1849. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.471)

In Memoriam; Elder Henry C. Blinn, 1824-1905. 1905 (N,289.873,Zb6i)

In Memoriam, Elder Henry C. Blinn, 1824-1905. (Shaker Collection; no. 419), 1905. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.419)

In Memoriam, Eldress D.A. Durgin, 1825-1898, Eldress J.J. Kaime, 1826-1898. (Shaker Collection; no. 424), 1899. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.424)

In Memoriam, Mary Hazard. (Shaker Collection; no. 407), 1899. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.407)

In Memoriam, Sister Aurelia G. Mace, 1835-1910. (Shaker Collection; no. 170), 1910? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.170)

In Memoriam, Sister Aurelia G. Mace, 1835-1910. (Shaker Collection; no. 440), 1910? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.440)

Jackson, Rebecca. Gifts of Power: The Writings of Rebecca Jackson, Black Visionary, Shaker Eldress. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1981. (C,289.8,J13,81-33055)

Johnson, Samuel D. Shaker Lovers. A Drama in One Act. New York: S. French, [185-?] (Z,822.8,Ap.v.1,no.12)

Joy, Arthur F. Queen of the Shakers. 1960. (Z,289.8,ZL4j)

A Juvenile Guide, or, Manual of Good Manners. Consisting of Counsels, Instructions & Rules of Deportment, for the Young. By Lovers of Youth. In two parts …Canterbury, N.H.: Printed in the United Society, 1844. (N,173.6,J97a)

Juvenile Guide, or, Manual of Good Manners, Consisting of Counsels, Instructions & Rules of Deportment for the Young. (Shaker Collection; no. 418), 1844. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.418)

A Juvenile Monitor: Containing Instructions for Youth and Children, Pointing out Ill Manners and Showing Them How to Behave in the Various Conditions of Childhood and Youth …New Lebanon [N.Y.: s.n.], 1823. (N,173.6,J97)

Juvenile Monitor, Containing Instructions for Youth & Children, Pointing Out Ill Manners, and Showing Them How to Behave in the Various Conditions of Childhood and Youth. (Shaker Collection; no. 484), 1823. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.484)

Kaime, John. Travel of the Soul. (Shaker Collection; no. 528) 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.528)

Kaime, John. Travel of the Soul. (Shaker Collection; no. 527) 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.527)

Kassay, John. The Book of Shaker Furniture. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1980. (N,749.214,qK19,81-20271)

Keefover, James R. Questions about Shakerism. 1888? (N,289.8,K26)

Keefover, James R. Questions about Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 483), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.483)

Kentucky. Court of Appeals. Decision of the Court of Appeals, (in Kentucky) in a Case of Much Interest to Religious Communities in General, and to the Shakers in Particular, to Which is Prefixed a Brief Illustration of the Ground of Action. (Shaker Collection; no. 751), 1834. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.751)

Kentucky. Court of Appeals. Shaker Case: Gass & Banta vs. Wilhite and als. (Shaker Collection; no. 752), 1834. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.752)

Kentucky. General Assembly. Committee of Religion. Legislature of Kentucky, Jan. 10, Report of the Committee of Religion. (Shaker Collection; no. 703), 1812. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.703)

Kern, Louis J. An Ordered Love: Sex Roles and Sexuality in Victorian Utopias: the Shakers, the Mormons, and the Oneida Community. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c1981. (C,261.8357,K39,81-26818)

King, Emma Belle. Shaker’s Viewpoint. (Shaker Collection; no. 466), 1957. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.466)

Kitch, Sally. Chaste Liberation: Celibacy and Female Cultural Status. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c1989. (C,306.732,K62,89-45920)

Klamkin, Marian. Hands to Work: Shaker Folk Art and Industries, 1972. (Z,745.0974,K63)

Klamkin, Marian. Shaker Folk Art and Industries. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1984. (C,745.088288,K63,85-33170)

Knight, Jane Donaldson. Brief Narrative of Events Touching Various Reforms. (Shaker Collection; no. 408), 1880. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.408)

Kramer, Fran. Simply Shaker: Groveland and the New York Communities: A Catalog of an Exhibition at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, January 11 to September 2, 1991. Rochester, N.Y.: The Center, c1991. (A,745.088288,K89,92-44569)

Lamson, David Rich. Two Years’ Experience Among the Shakers: Being a Description of the Manners and Customs of That People, the Nature and Policy of Their Government, Their Marvellous Intercourse with the Spiritual World, the Object and Uses of Confession, Their Inquisition, in Short, a Condensed View of Shakerism as It Is. (Shaker Collection; no. 514), 1848. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.514)

Lamson, David Rich. Two Years’ Experience Among the Shakers: Being a Description of the Manners and Customs of That People, the Nature and Policy of Their Government, Their Marvellous Intercourse with the Spiritual World, the Object and uses of Confession, Their Inquisition, in Short, a Condensed View of Shakerism as It Is. West Boylston: D.R. Lamson, 1848. (N,289.8,L24)

Lamson, David Rich. Two Years’ Experience Among the Shakers. New York: AMS Press, [1972]. (C,289.8,L24,1972)

Lamson, David R. (David Rich). Two Years’ Experience Among the Shakers: Being a Description of the Manners and Customs of That People, the Nature and Policy of Their Government, Their Marvellous Intercourse with the Spiritual World, the Object and Uses of Confession, Their Inquisition, in Short, a Condensed View of Shakerism as It Is. West Boylston: The author, 1848. (MB/FM,330,G62,item 36139.20)

Lane, Charles. Charles Lane and the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 701), 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.701)

Lane, Charles. Letter From Charles Lane, the Shakers, Community, etc. (Shaker Collection; no. 702), 1846. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.702)

Langford, Laura (Carter) Holloway, 1848-. Story of a Piano. (Shaker Collection; no. 733), 19--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.733)

Lassiter, William Lawrence. Shakers and Shaker Industries. 1940? (Z,289.8,L347)

Lassiter, William Lawrence. Shaker Architecture: Descriptions with Photographs and Drawings of Shaker Buildings at Mt. Lebanon, N.Y., Watervliet, N.Y., West Pittsfield, Mass. 1966. (Z,289.8,L347ar)

Lassiter, William Lawrence. Shaker Recipes for Cooks and Homemakers. 1959 (N,641.5,L347)

Lawrence, Garrett Keatin. Short Treatise, Containing Observations of the Duty of Believers, Suitable for the Consideration of Those Who Have but Just Arrived at the Age of Discretion and Understanding, and Necessary to be Regarded and Put Into Practice by All Who Wish to Have Their Lives Agreeable to Themselves & Others, Addressed to Youth. (Shaker Collection; no. 859), 1823. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.859)

Leonard, William. A Discourse on the Order and Propriety of Divine Inspiration and Revelation … Also, a Discourse on the Second Appearing of Christ, in and through the Order of the Female, and a Discourse on the Propriety and Necessity of a United Inheritance in all Things, in Order to Support a True Christian Community. Harvard, Mass.: The United Society, 1853. (N,289.8,L58)

Leonard, William. Discourse on the Order and Propriety of Divine Inspiration and Revelation, Showing the Necessity Thereof, in All Ages, to Know the Will of God, Also, a Discourse on the Second Appearing of Christ, in and through the Order of the Female, and a Discourse on the Propriety and Necessity of a United Inheritance in all Things, in Order to Support a True Christian Community. (Shaker Collection; no. 420), 1853. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.420)

Leonard, William. The Life and Sufferings of Jesus Anointed, Our Holy Savior and of Our Blessed Mother Ann … in two parts. Written by Inspiration, (Evolved Thru the Inner Consciousness of) William Leonard, in the Church at Harvard, Mass., October, 1841. Prepared for Publication, With Notes and Appendix by A.G. Hollister. Mount Lebanon, Col[umbia] Co., New York: [s.n.], 1904. (N,230.98,L581,81-31242)

Leonard, William. Life and Sufferings of Jesus Anointed, Our Holy Savior, and of Our Blessed Mother Ann … Evolved thru the Inner Consciousness of William Leonard, in the Church at Harvard, Mass., October, 1841. (Shaker Collection; no. 409), 1904. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.409)

Leonard, William. Respect and Veneration Due from Youth to Age. (Shaker Collection; no. 415), 1870. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.415)

Leonard, William. Testimony of Jesus Concerning Marriage: “Marriage, Jesus and the Shakers” (Shaker Collection; no. 638), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.638)

Life Among the Shakers. 1880 (Z,615.88,qL722)

Life Among the Shakers. 1880 (Z,615.88,L722a)

Life Among the  Shakers. 1895? (Z,615.88,L722a2)

Lincoln, C.S. Roxelana [sic] L. Grosvenor vs. United Society of Believers: Mary F. Grosvenor vs. Same: Plaintiff’s Brief. (Shaker Collection; no. 849), 1871. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.849)

Lindsay, Bertha. Industries and Inventions of the Shakers: Shaker Music, a Brief History. (Shaker Collection; no. 210), 1968? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.210)

Lomas, George Albert. Life of Christ Is the End of the World. (Shaker Collection; no. 525), 1869. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.525)

Lomas, George Albert. Life of Christ Is the End of the World. (Shaker Collection; no. 526), 1869. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.526)

Lomas, George Albert. “A Man Approved of God”. (Shaker Collection; no. 485), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.485)

Lomas, George Albert. Plain Talks Upon Practical Christian Religion, Being Answers to Ever-Recurring Questions Concerning the Shakers, Prominently among Which Is the Answer to “What Must an Individual Do to be a Shaker?”, [18--]. (N,289.8,A)

Lomas, George Albert. Plain Talks, Upon Practical Christian Religion, Being Answers to Ever-Recurring Questions Concerning the Shakers, Prominently among Which Is the Answer to “What Must an Individual do to Become a Shaker?” (Shaker Collection; no. 489), 18-- (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.489)

Lomas, George Albert. Plain Talks, Upon Practical, Christian Religion, Being Answers to Ever-Recurring Questions Concerning the Shakers, Prominently among Which Is the Answer to “What Must an Individual Do to Become a Shaker?” (Shaker Collection; no. 490),18-- (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.490)

Lomas, George Albert. Plain Talks, Upon Practical Religion, Being Candid Answers to Earnest Inquirers. (Shaker Collection; no. 486), 1873. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.486)

Lomas, George Albert. Plain Talks, Upon Practical Religion, Being Candid Answers to Earnest Inquirers, Including an Answer to the Inquiry “What Shall I Do to be a Shaker?” (Shaker Collection; no. 488), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.488)

Lomas, George Albert. Plain Talks, Upon Practical Religion, Being Candid Answers to Earnest Inquirers, Including an Answer to the Inquiry “What Shall I Do to be Shaker?” (Shaker Collection; no. 487), 1878. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.487)

Lomas, George Albert. “What Shall I Do to be a Shaker?” or, Plain Talks Upon Practical Religion, Being Candid Answers to Earnest Inquirers. (Shaker Collection; no. 686), 1877. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.686)

Look on This Picture – and on This”: How We Shall Look When We Grow Old. (Shaker Collection; no. 189), 1890? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.189)

Love, Alfred. Shaker Meeting: Alfred Love, President of the Universalist Peace Union, Speaks at Mt. Lebanon. (Shaker Collection; no. 422), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.422)

Ludlow, William. Belief of the Rational Brethren of the West. (Shaker Collection; no. 601), 1819. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.601)

[Mace, Aurelia Gay]. The Aletheia: Spirit of Truth. A Series of Letters in which the Principles of the United Society Known as Shakers are Set Forth and Illustrated. By Aurelia [pseud.] … Farmington, Me.: Press of Knowlton, McLeary & Co., 1899. (N,289.8,M14)

Mace, Aurelia Gay. Aletheia: Spirit of Truth. A Series of Letters in Which the Principles of the United Society Known as Shakers Are Set Forth and Illustrated. Farmingham, Me.: Knowlton, McLeary & Co., 1907, [c1899]. (N,289.8,M14a)

Mace, Aurelia Gay. The Aletheia: Spirit of Truth. A Series of Letters in Which the Principles of the United Society Known as Shakers Are Set Forth and Illustrated. [New York: AMS Press, 1974]. (C,289.8,M14a,1974)

Mace, Aurelia Gay. Aletheia: Spirit of Truth. A Series of Letters in Which the Principles of the Society Known as Shakers Are Set Forth and Illustrated. (Shaker Collection; no. 468), 1899. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.468)

Mace, Aurelia Gay. Aletheia: Spirit of Truth. A Series of Letters in Which the Principles of the United Society Known as Shakers Are Set Forth and Illustrated. (Shaker Collection; no. 338), 1899. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.338)

Mace, Aurelia Gay. Aletheia: Spirit of Truth. A Series of Letters in Which the Principles of the United Society Known as Shakers Are Set Forth and Illustrated. (Shaker Collection; no. 495), 1907. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.495)

Mace, Aurelia Gay. Lebanon and Her Cedars. (Shaker Collection; no. 852), 18-- (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.852)

Mace, Aurelia Gay. The Mission and Testimony of the Shakers of the Twentieth Century to the World: A Lecture Delivered at Greenacre, Eliot, Maine, July 19, 1904. [S.l.:s.n., 1904?] (N,289.8,M141,83-31074)

Mace, Aurelia Gay. Mission and Testimony of the Shakers of the Twentieth Century to the World: A Lecture Delivered at Greenacre Eliot, Maine, July 19, 1904. (Shaker Collection; no. 22), 1904? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.22)

Mace, Fayette. Familiar Dialogues on Shakerism, in Which the Principles of the United Society are Illustrated and Defended. (Shaker Collection; no. 337), 1838. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.337)

Mace, Fayette. Familiar Dialogues on Shakerism, in Which the Principles of the United Society are Illustrated and Defended. (Shaker Collection; no. 336), 1837. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.336)

MacLean, John Patterson. Kentucky Revival and its Influence on the Miami Valley. (Shaker Collection; no. 740), 1903? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.740)

MacLean, John Patterson. Bibliography of Shaker Literature, with an Introductory Study of the Writings and Publications Pertaining to Ohio Believers. 1905. (R,016.2898,M16)

MacLean, John Patterson. Shakers of Ohio: Fugitive Papers Concerning the Shakers of Ohio, with Unpublished Manuscripts. Columbus, Ohio: The F.J. Heer Printing Co., 1907. (N,289.8771,M16)

MacLean, John Patterson. Sketch of the Life and Labors of Richard McNemar. (Shaker Collection; no. 474), 1905. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.474)

MacLean, John Patterson. Society of Shakers. Rise, Progress and Extinction of the Society at Cleveland, Ohio. 1900. (N,289.8771,M16s)

The Manifesto. [Shakers, N.Y.: United Societies, 1883-1899]. (MB/FM,051,A51p3,reels62-63)

The Manifesto. [Shakers, N.Y.: United Societies, 1883-1899] (N,289.8,qM27)

Manifesto. 1871-99 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,P1,fiche 1-19)

Map of Cebes the Theban Explained, in Form of a Dialogue Between an Aged Man and a Youth. (Shaker Collection; no. 24),18-- (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.24)

Marshall Field and Company. Chairs and Rockers Manufactured by the Society of Shakers at Mt. Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 198), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.198)

Marshall, Mary. A Brief Statement of the Sufferings of Mary Dyer, Occasioned by the Society Called Shakers, Written by Herself, to Which Is Added Affidavits and Certificates, also, a Declaration from Their Own Publication …Boston: Published by William S. Spear, 1818. (N,289.873,Zd9)

Marshall, Mary. Brief Statement of the Sufferings of Mary Dyer, Occasioned by the Society Called Shakers, Written by Herself, to Which Is Added Affidavits and Certificates, also, a Declaration from Their Own Publication. (Shaker Collection; no. 154), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.154)

Marshall, Mary. Brief Statement of the Sufferings of Mary Dyer, Occasioned by the Society Called Shakers, Written by Herself, to Which Is Added Affidavits and Certificates, also, a Declaration from Their Own Publication. (Shaker Collection; no. 152), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.152)

Marshall, Mary. Portraiture of Shakerism. 1972. (Z,289.8,M36p2)

Marshall, Mary. Portraiture of Shakerism, Exhibiting a General View of Their Character and Conduct, from the First Appearance of Ann Lee in New-England, Down to the Present Time, and Certified by Many Respectable Authorities. (Shaker Collection; no. 48), 1822. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.48)

Marshall, Mary. Reply to the Shakers Statements, Called a “Review of the Portraiture of Shakerism,” with an Account of Sickness and Death of Betsy Dyer, a Sketch of the Journey of the Author, and Testimonies from Several Persons. 1824. (N,289.873,Zd9r)

Marshall, Mary. Reply to the Shaker’s Statements, Called a “Review of the Portraiture of Shakerism,” with an Account of the Sickness and Death of Betsy Dyer, a Sketch of the Journey of the Author, and Testimonies from Several Persons. (Shaker Collection; no. 746), 1824. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.746)

Marshall, Mary. The Rise and Progress of the Serpent from the Garden of Eden to the Present Day, with a Disclosure of Shakerism Exhibiting a General View of Their Real Character and Conduct from the First Appearance of Ann Lee, Also the Life and Sufferings of the Author who was Mary Dyer, But Now Is Mary Marshall. Concord, N.H.: [s.n.], 1847. (N,289.8,M36)

Marshall, Mary. Rise and Progress of the Serpent from the Garden of Eden, to the Present Day, with a Discourse of Shakerism, Exhibiting a General View of Their Real Character and Conduct from the First Appearance of Ann Lee, also, the Life and Sufferings of the Author Who Was Mary M. Dyer, But Now Is Mary Marshall. (Shaker Collection; no. 153), 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.153)

Marshall, Mary. To the Elders and Principals of the Shaker Societies. (Shaker Collection; no. 681), 1825. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.681)

Massachusetts. Laws, statutes, etc. Extracts from the Revised Statutes of Massachusetts, Communicated from Seth Y. Wells of New Lebanon, N.Y., to a Friend at Union Village, Ohio, Feb. 16, 1837. (Shaker Collection; no. 538), 1837? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.538)

Materia Medica and the Therapeutics of Norwood’s Tincture of Veratrum Viride. Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: Robert Halford, Agent, 1904. (N,615.5,M425,88-000142)

Mathers, Jennie, comp. Receipts As Used by the Shaker Sisters. (Shaker Collection; no. 212), 1933. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.212)

McBride, John. Account of the Doctrines, Government, Manners and Customs of the Shakers …with Remarks on Confession to Catholic Priests and Shaker Elders. (Shaker Collection; no. 689), 1834. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.689)

McGuire, John E. Basketry: the Shaker Tradition. History, Techniques, Projects. Asheville, N.C.: Lark Books, 1988. (C,746.412,M148,89-25759)

McKechnie, Frederic. Prof. Comstock’s Experience, Which Turned the Professor from His Cruel Ways. (Shaker Collection; no. 6), 1902. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.6)

McNemar, Richard. Brief Exposition of Certain Points of Doctrine, by Request. (Shaker Collection; no. 611), 1832. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.611)

McNemar, Richard. Chronology: A Memorial of the Deceases at Union-Village, Ohio, Since the Commenement [sic] of the Society. (Shaker Collection; no. 568), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.568)

McNemar, Richard. Chronology: A Memorial of the Deceases at Union-Village, Ohio, Since the Commenement [sic] of the Society. (Shaker Collection; no. 831), 183-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.831)

McNemar, Richard. Colloquy, or, Children’s Talk: Anna, Maria and Emily. (Shaker Collection; no. 642), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.642)

McNemar, Richard, comp. Compendium of English Grammar Selected from Wells, Kirkham, Murray, Perry, etc. (Shaker Collection; no. 720), 1831. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.720)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who or What Are the Shakers. 1835. (N,289.8,M169)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer to the General Inquiry, Who, or What Are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 12), 1868. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.12)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who or What Are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 15), 1835. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.15)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who, or What Are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 10), 1823. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.10)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who, or What Are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 9), 1825. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.9)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who, or What Are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 11), 1825, 1823. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.11)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who, or What Are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 13), 1826. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.13)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who, or What are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 14), 1826. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.14)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who, or What are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection: no. 558), 1834. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.558)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer, to the General Inquiry, Who, or What are the Shakers. 1825, 1823 (MB/FK,289.8,McN)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer to the Inquiry, Who or What Are the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 21), 1849. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.21)

McNemar, Richard. Concise Answer to the Inquiry, Who or What Are the Shakers? (Shaker Collection; no. 322), 1849? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.322)

McNemar, Richard. Damper to the Spirit of Litigation, Alluding to an Assault & Battery Case, and Other Trifling Suits at P-Hill in 1828. (Shaker Collection; no. 278), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.278)

McNemar, Richard. Dialogue Between the Church and the Old Gentleman. (Shaker Collection; no. 798), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.798)

McNemar, Richard. Dialogue Between the Church and the Old Gentleman. (Shaker Collection; no. 766), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.766)

McNemar, Richard. Epistle Dedicatory of the Union Press to the Respected Ministry and Eldership of the United Society. (Shaker Collection; no. 641), 1832. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.641)

McNemar, Richard. Friendly Letter to Alexander Mitchell, a Solitary Christian of Eaton, Ohio, in Answer to His “Religious Circular” Lately Presented to the Public, Dated June 1837. (Shaker Collection; no. 281), 1837. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.281)

McNemar, Richard. Investigator, or, a Defence of the Order, Government & Economy of the United Society Called Shakers against Sundry Charges & Legislative Proceedings, Addressed to the Political World by the Society of Believers at Pleasant Hill, Ky. Lexington, Ky.: Printed by Smith and Palmer, 1828. (MB/FF,970,S11a,79-25555,#79711)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Outpouring of the Spirit of God in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture Promises and Prophecies Concerning the Latter Day: with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of what the World call Shakerism Among the Subjects of the Late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky. Presented to the True Zion-traveler as a Memorial of the Wilderness Journey. 1846 (N,289.8769,M16)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Out-pouring of the Spirit of God, in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture Promises and Prophecies, Concerning the Latter Day, with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of What the World call Shakerism, Among the Subjects of the late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky. Presented to the True Zion-traveller, as a Memorial of the Wilderness Journey. 1808. (N,289.8769,M16a)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Out-pouring of the Spirit of God, in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture Promises and Prophecies, Concerning the Latter Day, with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of What the World call Shakerism, Among the Subjects of the late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky. Presented to the True Zion-traveller, as a Memorial of the Wilderness Journey. 1808. (N,289.8769,M16a2)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Out-pouring of the Spirit of God, in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture-promises and Prophecies, Concerning the Latter Day, with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of What the World call Shakerism, Among the Subjects of the Late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky. (Shaker Collection; no. 331), 1808. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.331)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Out-pouring of the Spirit of God, in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture Promises and Prophecies, Concerning the Latter Day, with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of What the World call Shakerism, Among the Subjects of the late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky. Presented to the True Zion-traveller, as a Memorial of the Wilderness Journey. 1808. (MB/FK,289.8,Mcn4)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Out-pouring of the Spirit of God in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture-promises and Prophecies Concerning the Latter Day, with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of what the World call Shakerism, Among the Subjects of the Late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky, Presented to the True Zion-traveller, as a Memorial of the Wilderness Journey. (Shaker Collection; no. 327) 1807 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.327)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Out-pouring of the Spirit of God in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture-promises and Prophecies Concerning the Latter Day, with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of what the World call Shakerism, Among the Subjects of the Late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky, Presented to the True Zion-traveller, as a Memorial of the Wilderness Journey. (Shaker Collection; no. 329) 1808 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.329)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Out-pouring of the Spirit of God in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture-promises and Prophecies Concerning the Latter Day, with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of what the World call Shakerism, Among the Subjects of the Late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky, Presented to the True Zion-traveller, as a Memorial of the Wilderness Journey. (Shaker Collection; no. 333) 1837 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.333)

McNemar, Richard. Kentucky Revival, or, a Short History of the Late Extraordinary Out-pouring of the Spirit of God in the Western States of America, Agreeably to Scripture-promises and Prophecies Concerning the Latter Day, with a Brief Account of the Entrance and Progress of what the World call Shakerism, Among the Subjects of the Late Revival in Ohio and Kentucky, Presented to the True Zion-traveller, as a Memorial of the Wilderness Journey. (Shaker Collection; no. 334) 1846 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.334)

McNemar, Richard. Little Selection of Choice Poetry New and Old, Doctrinal and Devotional, Submitted to the Patronage of the Pious. (Shaker Collection; no. 713), 1835. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.713)

McNemar, Richard. Newyear’s [sic] Gift, Jan. 1831. (Shaker Collection; no. 567), 1831? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.567)

McNemar, Richard, ed. Orthodox Incarnation, or, Divine Humanity of Jesus Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 717), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.717)

McNemar, Richard. Orthodox Trinity, with a Few Remarks on Certain Doctrines Therewith Connected. (Shaker Collection; no. 20), 1835. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.20)

McNemar, Richard. Orthodox Trinity, with a Few Remarks upon Certain Doctrines Connected Therewith. (Shaker Collection; no. 19), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.19)

McNemar, Richard. Orthodox Trinity, with a Few Remarks upon Certain Doctrines Connected Therewith. (Shaker Collection; no. 18), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.18)

McNemar, Richard. Orthodox Trinity, with a Few Remarks upon Certain Doctrines Connected Therewith. (Shaker Collection; no. 17), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.17)

McNemar, Richard, ed. Orthodox Trinity, with a Few Remarks on Certain Doctrines Therewith Connected. (Shaker Collection; no. 715), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.715)

McNemar, Richard, ed. Orthodox Trinity, with a Few Remarks on Certain Doctrines Therewith Connected. (Shaker Collection; no. 714), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.714)

McNemar, Richard, comp. Other Side of the Question. In Three Parts. (Shaker Collection; no. 335), 1819. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.335)

McNemar, Richard. Record Relating to the Cogar Mob & Boon Suit. (Shaker Collection; no. 625), 1831. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.625)

McNemar, Richard. Review, of American Policy, July 1819. (Shaker Collection; no. 719), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.719)

McNemar, Richard. Review of the Most Important Events Relating to the Rise and Progress of the United Society of Believers in the West, with Sundry Other Documents Connected with the History of the Society, Collected from Various Journals. (Shaker Collection; no. 282), 1831. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.282)

McNemar, Richard. Review of the Most Important Events Relating to the Rise and Progress of the United Society of Believers in the West, with Sundry Other Documents Connected with the History of the Society, Collected from Various Journals. (Shaker Collection; no. 636), 1831. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.636)

McNemar, Richard. Review, R.M. [i.e. R. McNemar] to I.B [i.e. I. Bates]. (Shaker Collection; no. 501), 1819. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.501)

[McNemar, Richard]. A Selection of Hymns and Poems for the Use of Believers Collected from Sundry Authors by Philos Harmoni [pseud.]. Watervliet [i.e. Watervliet], Ohio, 1833. (N,245.298,M16)

McNemar, Richard, comp. Selection of Hymns and Poems for the Use of Believers. Collected from Sundry Authors. 1833. (MB/FK,245,McN)

McNemar, Richard. Selection of Hymns and Poems, for the Use of Believers Collected from Sundry Authors. (Shaker Collection; no. 298), 1833. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.298)

McNemar, Richard. Series of Lectures on Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy, in Allusion to the Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing, Introduced by A Reply to Sundry Defamatory Letters Written by A.M. Bolton, Late, a Catechumen in the United Society at Union Village, Designed for the Edification of Young Believers. (Shaker Collection; no. 279), 1832. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.279)

McNemar, Richard. “Shakerism Detected, &c.,” Examined & Refuted, in Five Propositions. (Shaker Collection; no. 7), 1811. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.7)

McNemar, Richard. Shakerism Detected (a Pamphlet Published by Col. James Smith, of Kentucky), Examined and Refuted in Five Propositions. (Shaker Collection; no. 8), 1833. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.8)

McNemar, Richard, ed. Valuable Extracts, from Sundry Writers (on Various Subjects) Congenial to the Faith of the Gospel, for the Refutation of Bigotry and Infidelity. (Shaker Collection; no. 716), 1835. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.716)

McNemar, Richard. Western Expositor, No. 4: A Brief Exposition of Rev. 12, Ezek. 17, &c., Communicated to a Friend. (Shaker Collection; no. 763), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.763)

McNemar, Richard. Western Review [no. 1-2], or, a Memorial of the Labors of Our Parents and Ministers, in Founding the Church in the West. (Shaker Collection; no. 761), 1834. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.761)

McNemar, Richard. Western Review: Decreases Continued, from No. 197. (Shaker Collection; no. 832), 1834? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.832)

Meacham, Joseph. Concise Statement of the Principles of the Only True Church, According to the Gospel of the Present Appearing of Christ, as Held to and Practiced upon by the True Followers of the Living Saviour at New Lebanon, &c., Together with a Letter from James Whittaker, Minister of the Gospel in This Day of Christ’s Second Appearing – to His Natural Relations in England. Dated October 9th, 1785. (Shaker Collection; no. 3), 1790. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.3)

Meacham, Joseph. Concise Statement of the Principles of the Only True Church, According to the Gospel of the Present Appearance of Christ as Held to and Practiced by the Followers of the Living Saviour, at New Lebanon, &c., Together with a Letter to his Natural Relations in England, Dated October 9th, 1785, from James Whittaker, Minister of the Gospel in this Day of Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 2), 1847, 1790. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.2)

Meacham, Joseph. Concise Statement of the Principles of the Only True Church, According to the Gospel of the Present Appearance of Christ as Held to and Practised Upon by the True Followers of the Living Saviour, at New Lebanon, &c., Together with a Letter from James Whittaker, Minister of the Gospel in this Day of Christ’s Second Appearing - -to his Natural Relations in England. (Shaker Collection; no. 23,) 1790. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.23)

Meacham, Joseph. Concise Statement of the Principles of the Only True Church of Christ, Together with a Letter to his Natural Relations in England from James Whittaker. (Shaker Collection; no. 1), 1847, 1790. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.1)

Meader, Robert F.W. Illustrated Guide to Shaker Furniture. New York, Dover Publications, [1972] (C,749.24,qM481,73-11503)

Melcher, Marguerite Fellows. Shaker Adventure. 1941. (Z,289.8,M51)

Memorial of the Society of People of New-Lebanon, in the County of Columbia, and Watervliet, in the County of Albany, Commonly Called Shakers, to the Respectable Legislature of the State of New-York. (Shaker Collection; no. 203), 1816. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.203)

Memorial Services, at East Canterbury, Mer. Co., N.H., Jan. 9, 1890, in Memory of Sister Mary Whitcher, Whose Death Occurred the 6th inst. at 6:30 p.m. (Shaker Collection; no. 368), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.368)

Memorial. (Shaker Collection; no. 4), 186-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.4)

Millenium [sic]. (Shaker Collection; no. 792), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.792)

Millenium [sic]. (Shaker Collection; no. 791), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.791)

Millennial Educator. (Shaker Collection; no. 833), 1895? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.833)

Miller, Amy Bess Williams. Shaker Herbs: A History and a Compendium. New York: C.N. Potter, c1976. (C,289.8,M647,77-32392)

Milton, Daniel. Important Notice, Stop and Read, to the Public: Death & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Spirits, Wine and Malt Liquors, Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars, Take this Opportunity of Informing Their Friends that They Continue the Trade of Making Drunkards, Bankrupts, Beggars and Thieves …(Shaker Collection; no. 790) 1886? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.790)

Milton, Daniel. Testimony of Daniel Milton. (Shaker Collection; no. 765), 1895. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.765)

Milton, Daniel. United Society: The Seventh Church, of Divine Revelation: Letter to Harvey L. Eads, Bishop of South Union, Ky. (Shaker Collection; no. 5), 1881? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.5)

Moore, J. Howard. Race of Somnambulists. (Shaker Collection; no. 16), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.16)

Moore, Nancy Ely. Journal of Eldress Nancy, Kept at the South Union, Kentucky, Shaker Colony, August 15, 1861-Sept. 4, 1864. (Shaker Collection; no. 507), 1963. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.507)

Moore, Nancy Ely. Journal of Eldress Nancy, Kept at the South Union, Kentucky, Shaker Colony, August 15, 1861-September 4, 1864. 1963 (C,973.788,M823)

More Love. (Shaker Collection; no. 789), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.789)

Morse, Flo. The Shakers and the World’s People. New York: Dodd, Mead, c1980. (C,289.80973,M884,81-35986)

Morse, Flo. The Story of the Shakers. Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press, c1986. (C,289.8,M885,86-40270)

Mount Lebanon, N.Y. Society of Believers. Circular Letter. (Shaker Collection; no. 797), 1878? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.797)

Mount Lebanon, N.Y. Society of Believers. Readings from the Best Authors. (Shaker Collection; no. 606), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.606)

Muller, Charles R. The Shaker Chair. Canal Winchester, Ohio: Canal Press, 1984. (C,749.320974,qM958,85-30451)

Musical Messenger: A Compilation of Hymns, Slow and Quick Marches, etc., Used in Worship by Believers. (Shaker Collection; no. 352), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.352)

Musical Messenger: A Compilation of Hymns, Slow and Quick Marches, etc., Used in Worship by Believers. (Shaker Collection; no. 423), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.423)

Myrick, Elijah. Celibate Shaker Life. (Shaker collection; no. 367), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.367)

National Council of Women of the United States. Report of its Sixteenth Annual Executive, October 1, 2, 3 and 4, 1907, Jamestown, Va. (Shaker Collection; no. 767), 1907? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.767)

Neal, Julia. By Their Fruits: The Story of Shakerism in South Union, Kentucky. 1947 (Z,289.8769,N34)

Neal, Julia. The Kentucky Shakers. [Lexington]: University Press of Kentucky, c1977. (C,289.809769,N341,78-25594)

New Favorite Cooking Receipts of the Shakers and Illustrated Almanac for 1883: The Story of an Accidental Discovery. (Shaker Collection; no. 583), 1882. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.583)

New Favorite Cooking Receipts of the Shakers and Illustrated Almanac for ’83 & ’84: The Story of an Accidental Discovery. (Shaker Collection; no. 842), 1883? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.842)

New Lebanon Shaker School, District No. 12, Department No. 2. (Shaker Collection; no. 670), 1858. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.670)

New Lebanon, N.Y. Society of Believers. Church of Christ, Unto a People in Kentucky & the Adjacent States, Sendeth Greeting. (Shaker Collection; no. 566), 1804. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.566)

New Lebanon, N.Y. Society of Believers. Circular Epistle[from the Ministry and Elders, New-Lebanon, September 1, 1829]. (Shaker Collection; no. 570), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.570)

New Lebanon, N.Y. Society of Believers. Circular Epistle: The Ministry and Elders of the Church at New-Lebanon, to All Who Feel an Interest in the Prosperity of Zion, and Claim a Relation to the only Gospel of Salvation, in Tthis Day of Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 757), 1829. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.757)

New Lebanon, N.Y. Society of Believers. Circular to Believers. (Shaker Collection; no. 796), 1885. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.796)

New Lebanon, N.Y. Society of Believers. First Covenant of the Church of Christ (Shaker) in New Lebanon, N.Y., 1795. (Shaker Collection; no. 305), 1935. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.305)

New Year - 1842. (Shaker Collection; no. 502), 1842. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.502)New Gloucester, Me. New Gloucester Centennial, September 7, 1874. (Shaker Collection; no. 592), 1875. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.592)

New York (State). Board of Social Welfare. Report of the State Board of Charities on the Selection of a Site for and the Organization of an Epileptic Colony. (Shaker Collection; no. 745), 1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.745)

New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc. Act in Relation to Certain Trusts, Passed April 15, 1839. (Shaker Collection; no. 647), 1839. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.647)

New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc. Act in Relation to Conveyances and Devises of Personal and Real Estate for Religious Purposes. (Shaker Collection; no. 603), 1855. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.603)

New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc. (Bills) Amendments Offered. 1839 (N,289.8,qN5555)

New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Act, for the Relief of Eunice Chapman, and for Other Purposes. (Shaker Collection; no. 788), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.788)

New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Amendments Offered by Mrs. L.S. Chatfield, in Committee of the Whole, on the Engrossed Bill from the Senate, Entitled “An Act in Relation to Certain Trusts”. (Shaker Collection; no. 787), 1839. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.787)

New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Committee on the Judiciary. Report of the Committee on the Judiciary on the Petitions of John Black and William H. Pillow, for a Divorce of the Marriage Contract, and on Bills Referred to Them on the Same Subject. (Shaker Collection; no. 626), 1849. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.626)

New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on the Subject of the Shakers. Report of the Select Committee on the Subject of Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 604), 1849. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.604)

New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, March 10, an Act Concerning the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 705), 1817. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.705)

New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Resolutions Passed in the Senate of New York, February 8th, 1850. (Shaker Collection; no. 610), 1850. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.610)

New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Act to Authorize the Levying of a Tax Upon the Taxable Property of the Different Counties and Towns in This State, to Repay Moneys Borrowed for, or Expended in, the Payment of Bounties to Volunteers, or for the Expenses of Their Enlistment, or for Aid to Their Families. (Shaker Collection; no. 552), 1863. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.552)

New York (State). Legislature. Senate Committee on the Militia. Report from the Committee on the Militia, on the Memorial of Calvin Green and Others. (Shaker Collection; no. 786), 1826. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.786)

New York (State). Supreme Court (First District). Edward Fowler, vs. Jacob R. Hollenbeck, and William H. Pillow: Bill of Exceptions. (Shaker Collection; no. 850), 1848. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.850)

New York. Public Library. List of Works in the New York Public Library Relating to Shakers. 1904 (C,016.2898,qN53)

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Nordhoff, Charles. Communistic Societies of the United States, from Personal Visit and Observation, Including Detailed Accounts of the Economists, Zoarites, Shakers, the Amana, Oneida, Bethel, Aurora, Icarian and Other Existing Societies, Their Religious Creeds, Social Practices, Numbers, Industries, and Present Condition. 1875 (C,335.973,N83)

North Family of Mt. Lebanon, N.Y. Social Gathering Dialogue between Six Sisters of the North Family of Shakers, Mt. Lebanon, N.Y. Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons, 1873. (N,289.8,N867,83-31072)

North Family of Mt. Lebanon, N.Y. Social Gathering Dialogue between Six Sisters of the North Family of Shakers, Mt. Lebanon, Columbia County, N.Y. Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons & Company, 1873. (N,289.8,N867,83-31072,1873a)

Norwood, Wesley C. Materia Medica and Therapeutics of Norwood’s Tincture of Veratrum Viride. (Shaker Collection; no. 183), 1936. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.183)

Norwood, Wesley C. Materia Medica and Therapeutics of Norwood’s Tincture of Veratrum Viride. (Shaker Collection; no. 350), 1904. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.350)

Norwood, Wesley C. The Therapeutical Powers and Properties of Veratrum Viride. Albany: Van Benthuysen, 1858. (C,615.5,N895,86-33829)

Norwood, Wesley C. Therapeutical Powers and Properties of Veratrum Viride. (Shaker Collection; no. 325), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.325)

Norwood, Wesley C. Therapeutical Powers and Properties of Veratrum Viride. (Shaker Collection; no. 326), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.326)

Norwood, Wesley C. Therapeutical Powers and Properties of Veratrum Viride. (Shaker Collection; no. 323), 1858. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.323)

Norwood, Wesley C. Therapeutical Powers and Properties of Veratrum Viride. (Shaker Collection; no. 324), 1899? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.324)

Norwood, Wesley C. Veratrum Viride. (Shaker Collection; no. 785), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.785)

O’Brien, Harriet Ellen. Lost Utopias: A Brief Description of Three Quests for Happiness: Alcott’s Fruitlands, Old Shakes House, and American Indian Museum, Rescued from Oblivion, Recorded and Preserved by Clara Endicott Sears on Prospect Hill in the Old Township of Harvard, Massachusetts. 1929 (R,974.43,O13)

Offord, Daniel. Letter from Daniel Offord, with Reply by Koresh [pseud. of C.R. Teed]. (Shaker Collection; no. 556), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.556)

Offord, Daniel, comp. Original Shaker Music Published by the North Family of Mt. Lebanon, Col. Co., N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 645), 1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.645)

Offord, Daniel. Seven Travails of the Shaker Church. (Shaker Collection; no. 546), 1889. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.546)

Offord, Daniel, comp. Shaker Music: Original Inspirational Hymns and Songs Illustrative of the Resurrection Life and Testimony of the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 646), c1884. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.646)

Offord, William. “Cause and Cure of Evil”: A Shaker’s View. (Shaker collection; no. 704), 1858. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.704)

Old Man Adam. (Shaker Collection; no. 547), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.547)

Only Arisen: Eldress, Eliza Ann Taylor, Sister, Martha J. Anderson. Mount Lebanon, N.Y.: [s.n.], 1897. (N,289.8,O58,83-31076)

Ott, John Harlow. Hancock Shaker Village: A Guidebook and History. [Pittsfield, Mass.]: Shaker Community, Inc., 1976. (A,289.8,O89,77-21860)

Parsons Child and Family Center. Records, 1831-1930. (SC17377)

Patterson, Daniel Watkins. The Shaker Spiritual. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1979 (A,783.02698,qP317,80-24748)

A Peaceable Kingdom: The Shaker Abecedarius. New York: Puffin Books, 1981, c1978. (C,811,P355,82-29602)

Peebles, James Martin. Jesus: Myth, Man, or God, or, the Popular Theology and the Positive Religion Contrasted. (Shaker Collection; no. 537), 1870. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.537)

Peebles, James Martin. Nihilism – Socialism – Shakerism – Which? (Shaker Collection; no. 553), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.553)

Peebles, James Martin. Oriental Spiritualism, from the Spirit of Mother Ann Lee to J.M. Peebles. (Shaker Collection; no. 536), 1877. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.536)

Peebles, James Martin. Seers of the Ages, Embracing Spiritualism, Past and Present: Doctrines Stated and Moral Tendencies Defined. (Shaker collection; no. 597), 1870. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.597)

Peebles, James Martin. Shaker Mission to England. (Shaker Collection; no. 559), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.559)

Peculiarities of the Shakers, Described in a Series of Letters from Lebanon Springs, in the year 1832: Containing an Account of the Origin, Worship, and Doctrines of the Shakers’ Society by a Visiter. New York: J.K. Porter, 1832. (MB/FF,970,S11A,79-25555,#59506)

Peg board. First Shaker Number. 1936 (Z,289.8747,qP376)

Pelham, Richard W. Higher Law of Spiritual Progression. (Shaker Collection; no. 562), 1868. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.562)

Pelham, Richard W. Shaker’s Answer to the Oft-repeated Question, “What Would Become of the World if All Should Become Shakers?” 1874 (N,289.8,A)

Pelham, Richard W. Shaker’s Answer to a Letter, from an Inquirer. (Shaker Collection; no. 561), 1868. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.561)

Pelham, Richard W. Shaker’s Answer to a Letter, from an Inquirer. (Shaker Collection; no. 560), 1868. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.560)

Pelham, Richard W. Shaker’s Answer to the Oft-repeated Question, “What Would Become of the World if All Should Become Shakers?” (Shaker Collection; no. 563), 1874. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.563)

Pelham, Richard W. Shaker’s Answer to the Oft-repeated Question, “What Would Become of the World if All Should Become Shakers?” (Shaker Collection; no. 554), 188-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.554)

Perigrinus Record Relating to the Cogar Mob and Boon Suit. 1831 (N,289.8,P444)

Perkins, Abraham. Autobiography of Elder Abraham Perkins and in Memoriam. (Shaker Collection; no. 542), 1901. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.542)

Perseverance [and Other Poems]. (Shaker Collection; no. 781), 183-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.781)

Phelps, Bertha Lillian. Shaker Music: A Brief History. (Shaker Collection; no. 671), 19--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.671)

Phelps, Bertha Lillian. Who are the Shakers? (Shaker Collection; no. 211), 1959. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.211)

Phillippi, Joseph Martin. Shakerism, or, the Romance of a Religion. 1912 (N,289.8,P557)

Phillips, Hazel Spencer. Richard the Shaker. [Lebanon, Ohio, 1972] (C,289.8,M169,74-3707)

Piercy, Caroline Behlen. The Shaker Cook Book: Not by Bread Alone. New York: Crown Publishers, [1953] (Z,641.5,P618)

Piercy, Caroline Behlen. The Valley of Gods Pleasure: A Saga of the North Union Shaker Community. New York: Stratford House, 1951. (Z,289.8771,P618)

Pilate’s Narrative, of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 827), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.827)

Pleasanthill, Ky. Society of Believers. Church-covenant, Executed at Pleasant-Hill June 2nd, 1814, the State of Kentucky, Mercer County. (Shaker Collection; no. 760), 1814? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.760)

Pleasanthill, Ky. Society of Believers. Constitution, or Covenant of the Church at Pleasant-Hill (Kentucky). (Shaker Collection; no. 655), 1830? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.655)

Pleasanthill, Ky. Society of Believers. Revision and Confirmation of the Social Compact of the United Society Called Shakers, at Pleasant Hill, Kentucky. (Shaker Collection; no. 608), 1830. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.608)

Poem, for the Dedication of the New House Oct. 25, 1868. (Shaker Collection; no. 284), 1868. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.284)

Pomeroy, Marcus Mills. Visit to the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 557), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.557)

Pool, Jason Blakely. New Theory of Life and Species. (Shaker Collection; no. 623), 1878. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.623)

Pool, Jason Blakely. Origin of Life and Species: A New Theory. (Shaker Collection; no. 624), 1875. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.624)

Poole, Cyrus O. Spiritualism, as Organized by the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 541), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.541)

Poole, Hester Martha (Hunt). Shakers and Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 737), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.737)

Prescott, James Sullivan. Social Evil. (Shaker Collection; no. 543), 1870. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.543)

Present day Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 519), 1906? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.519)

Preter, Carl Julius. Eine Kurze Beschreibung des Glaubens und Praktischen Lebens der Verein. Gesellschaft Glaubiger in Christi zweiter Erscheinung, Gewohnlich Genannat “Shakers.” Das Leben Christi Ist die Einzige Wahre Christliche Religion. 1888 (N,289.8,P942)

Preter, Carl Julius. Eine Kurze Beschreibung des Glaubens und Praktischen Lebens der Verein. (Shaker Collection; no. 480), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.480)

Prices of Fluid Extracts, Manufactured by the Shakers, Mount Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 815), 1868. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.815)

Private School for Girls, from Eight to Twelve Years of Age, Under the Auspices of the Alethian (Shaker) Church, at Mount Lebanon, New York. (Shaker Collection; no. 544), 1897. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.544)

Proceedings of the Ninetieth Birthday Celebration and Banquet to J.M. Peebles … Held at the First Spiritual Temple, Los Angeles, Cal., March 23rd, 1912. (Shaker Collection; no. 535), 1912. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.535)

Procter-Smith, Marjorie. Shakerism and Feminism: Reflections on Women’s Religion and the Early Shakers. Old Chatham, N.Y.: Shaker Museum and Library, c1991. (C,289.8082,P964,92-43649)

Procter-Smith, Marjorie. Women in Shaker Community and Worship: A Feminist Analysis of the Uses of Religious Symbolism. Lewiston, N.Y.: E. Mellen Press, c1985. (C,289.8088042,P964,86-32744)

Products of Intelligence and Diligence. Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: Shakers Church Family, [1900?]. (N,289.8,P964,84-20532)

Products of Intelligence and Diligence. (Shaker Collection; no. 569), 1908. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.569)

Prophecy in 1008.(Shaker Collection; no. 718), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.718)

Purcell, L. Edward. The Shakers. New York: Crescent Books, 1988. (C,704.288,qP985,89-33338)

Pure Church Anticipated: A Revival-hymn in the year 1801. (Shaker Collection; no. 614), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.614)

Purinton, C., comp. On the Second Coming of Christ, not Personal, but Spiritual and Gradual, Progressive, Like the Rising of the Sun. (Shaker Collection; no. 469), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.469)

Purity of Heart. (Shaker Collection; no. 470), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.470)

Rathbun, Daniel. Letter, from Daniel Rathbun, of Richmond, in the County of Berkshire, to James Whittacor, Chief Elder of the Church, Called Shakers. 1785 (V,230.98,R23)

Rathbun, Daniel. Letter, from Daniel Rathbun, of Richmond, in the County of Berkshire, to James Whittacor, Chief Elder of the Church, Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 744) 1785 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.)

Rathbun, Reuben. Reasons Offered for Leaving the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 684), 1800. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.684)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. Brief Account of a Religious Scheme, Taught and Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Who Lately Lived in a Place Called Nisqueunia, in the State of New York, But Now Residing in Harvard, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Commonly Called, Shaking Quakers. To Which Is Added, A Dialogue between George the Third of Great-Britain, and his Ministers, Giving an Account of the Late London Mob, and the Original of the Sect Called Shakers. The Whole being a discovery of the Wicked Machinations of the Principal Enemies of America. Worcester, Printed in the Year 1782. (N,252.Ab9)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. An Account of the Matter, Form, and Manner of a New and Strange Religion, Taught and Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Living in a Place Called Nisqueunia, in the State of New-York. Written by Valentine Rathbun, Minister of the Gospel. Providence (Rhode-Island) Printed and Sold by Bennett Wheeler, 1781. (MB/FF,970,S11,79-25555)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. Account of the Matter, Form, and Manner of a New and Strange Religion, Taught and Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Living in a Place Called Nisquenia, in the State of New-York, Written by Valentine Rathbun, Minister of the Gospel. (Shaker Collection; no. 679), 1781. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.679)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. Brief Account of a Religious Scheme, Taught and Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Who Lately Lived in a Place Called Nisqueunia, in the State of New-York, But Now Residing in Harvard, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Commonly Called, Shaking Quakers, by Valentine Rathbu …To Which is Added a Dialogue Between George the Third of Great-Britain, and his Ministers, Giving an Account of the Late London Mob, and the Original Sect Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 657), 1782. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.657)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. Some Brief Hints of a Religious Scheme, Taught & Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Living in a Place Called Nisqueunia, in the State of New York. (Shaker Collection; no. 379), 1781. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.379)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. Some Brief Hints of a Religious Scheme, Taught and Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Living in a Place Called Nisqueunia, in the State of New York. (Shaker collection; no. 478), 1781. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.478)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. Some Brief Hints of a Religious Scheme, Taught and Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Living in a Place Called Nisqueunia, in the State of New-York. (Shaker Collection; no. 551), 1782. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.551)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. Some Brief Hints of a Religious Scheme, Taught and Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Living in a Place Called Nisquenia, in the State of New-York. (Shaker Collection; no. 479), 1783. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.479)

Rathbun, Valentine Wightman. Some Brief Hints, of a Religious Scheme, Taught and Propagated by a Number of Europeans, Living in a Place Called Nisqueunia, in the State of New York, Written by Valentine Rathbun, Minister of the Gospel. (Shaker Collection; no. 685), 1781. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.685)

Raycraft, Don. Shaker, a Collector’s Source Book. Des Moines, Iowa: Wallace-Homestead Book Co., c1980. (C,745.1088288,qR265,83-32216)

Ray, Mary Lyn. Angel Baskets: A Little Story about the Shakers. Sanbornton, N.H.: M. Wetherbee Books, c1987. (C,289.8097473,R264,90-49164)

Reed, Calvin G. O my Father my Father: The Chariot of Israel and the Horsemen Thereof. (Shaker Collection; no. 780), 1897. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.780)

Re-improved Rocking Trusses: Single, Double, and Umbilical Trusses, Adapted to All Ages and Sexes, for the Relief and Permanent Cure of Hernia, or Rupture, Invented, Manufactured, Applied, and Sold in the United Society of Shakers, in Canterbury, New Hampshire. (Shaker Collection; no. 192), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.192)

Remarkable Old Man: Elder Evans at Age of 80 Still Bent on Reforming the World. (Shaker Collection; no. 539) 1888? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.)

Remarkable Old Man: Elder Evans at thr [sic] age of 80 still Bent on Reforming the World. (Shaker Collection; no. 475), 1888? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.475)

Remarks on the Militia System. (Shaker Collection; no. 643), 1831. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.643)

Remonstrance Against the Testimony and Application of Mary Dyer, Requesting Legislative Interference Against the United Society Commonly Called Shakers, Together with Some Affidavits and Certificates, Showing the Falsity of Her Statements. (Shaker Collection; no. 743), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.743)

Report of the Examination of the Shakers of Canterbury and Enfield, before the New-Hampshire Legislature, at the November Session, 1848, Including the Testimony at Length, Several Extracts from Shaker Publications, the Bill Which Passed the House of Representatives, the Proceedings in the Pillow Case, Together with the Letter of James W. Spinney, from Notes Taken at the Examination. (Shaker Collection; no. 627), 1849. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.627)

Report of the Examination of the Shakers of Canterbury and Enfield, before the New-Hampshire Legislature, at the November Session, 1848, Including the Testimony at Length … Together with the Letter of James W. Spinney. Concord, N.H.: Printed by Ervin B. Tripp, 1849. (MB/FF,970,S11A,79-2555,#69858)

Repository of Music, Containing Elementary and Advanced Lessons, Selected from the Works of Able Teachers. (Shaker Collection; no. 540), 1880. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.540)

Retail Price of All-wool Sweaters Manufactured by the Canterbury Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 194), 1920? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.194)

Retail Price of Sweaters and Coat Sweaters. (Shaker Collection; no. 450), 1910. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.450)

Return of Departed Spirits of the Highest Characters of Distinction, as well as the Indiscriminate of all Nations, into the Bodies of the “Shakers,” or “United Society of Believers in the Second Advent of the Messiah”. (Shaker Collection; no. 473), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.473)

Revelation of the Extraordinary Visitation of Departed Spirits of Distinguished Men and Women of all Nations, and Their Manifestation through the Living Bodies of the “Shakers”. (Shaker Collection; no. 508), 1869. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.508)

Review of Mary M. Dyer’s Publication, Entitled “A Portraiture of Shakerism,” Together with Sundry Affidavits, Disproving the Truth of Her Assertions. (Shaker Collection; no. 481), 1824. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.481)

Richmond, Colin Becket. A Collection of Shaker Thoughts. Hancock, (?) Mass.: Colin Becket Richmond(?), 1976. (N,289.8,R532,76-13038)

Richmond, Colin Becket. From Their Hearts and Hands: A Treasury of Shaker Poetry. [Oneida, N.Y., 1974] (C,289.8,R532,75-11717)

Richmond, David. Charles Lane and the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 700,) 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.700)

Richmond, David. Communication from David Richmond. (Shaker Collection; no. 699). 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.699)

Richmond, David. Created Order: A Lecture to “the Spiritual Brotherhood,” Keighley, December 28, 1873. (Shaker Collection; no. 477), 1874. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.477)

Richmond, David. Divine Order: An Address to “the Spiritual Brotherhood,” Keighley, Nov. 2, 1873. (Shaker Collection; no. 472), 1874? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.472)

Richmond, David. Explanatory Address and Testimony of Light and Truth, to the United Society of Believers or Shakers, in the United States of America, and to Whom it May Concern. (Shaker Collection; no. 476), 1879. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.476)

Richmond, Mary L. Hurt. Shaker Literature: A Bibliography. Hancock, Mass.: Shaker Community; Hanover, N.H.: Distributed by the University Press of New England, 1977. (MA,016.2898,qR533,78-20710)

Robertson, James. Dr. Peebles and Elder Evans in Glasgow: Farewell Meetings. (Shaker Collection; no. 644), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.644)

Robinson, Charles Edson. Concise History of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 545), c1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.545)

Robinson, Charles Edson. The Shakers and Their Homes: A Concise History of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. Canterbury, N.H.: Shaker Village, 1976. (C,289.80973,R658,77-33349)

Roxalana L. Grosvenor vs. United Society of Believers: Maria F. Grosvenor vs. Same, Suffolk, March 10-June 23, 1875. (Shaker Collection; no. 467), 1875. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.467)

Rules for Behavior in Places Consecrated to Worship. (Shaker Collection; no. 613), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.613)

Rural Register and Almanac for 1876 from D.C. Brainard, Mount Lebanon, N.Y. for the Southern and Middle States. (Shaker Collection; no. 196), 1876. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.196)

Sacred Hymns for Spiritual Worship of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 342), 1845. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.342)

Sampson, Proctor. Remains of Joseph A.H. Sampson, Born at Marshfield, 10th Month, 20th, 1805, Died at New-Lebanon, 12th Month, 14th, 1825, Aged 20 Years. (Shaker Collection; no. 363), 1834. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.363)

Sampson, Proctor. Remains of Joseph A.H. Sampson, Who Died at New-Lebanon, 12 mo. 14, 1825, Aged 20 Years. (Shaker Collection; no. 362), 1827. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.362)

Sasson, Diane. The Shaker Spiritual Narrative. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, c1983. (A,289.8,S252,85-23710)

Schiffer, Herbert F. Shaker Architecture. Exton, Pa.: Schiffer Pub., c1979. (C,720.88288,qS333,81-25701)

Sears, Chauncey Edward. Shakers: A Short Treatise on Christian Love. (Shaker Collection; no. 294), 1867. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.294)

Sears, Chauncey Edward. Shakers: A Short Treatise on Marriage. (Shaker Collection; no. 293), 1867. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.293)

Sears, Chauncey Edward. Shakers: A Short Treatise on Marriage. (Shaker Collection; no. 292), 1884. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.292)

Sears, Chauncey Edward. Shakers: A Treatise on the Second Coming of Christ. (Shaker Collection; no. 257), 1867. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.257)

Sears, Chauncey Edward. Shakers: Duality of the Deity, or God as Father and Mother. (Shaker Collection; no. 256), 1867. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.256)

Sears, Clara Endicott, comp. Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals. Boston; New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1916. (N,289.873,S43)

Sears, Clara Endicott. Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals. [Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press], 1975, c1916. (C,289.8097443,S439,88-033443)

Selection of Devotional Melodies, Simple in Arrangement, Yet, Inspirational. (Shaker Collection; no. 339), 1876. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.339)

Seven Barks. (Shaker Collection; no. 301), 1919? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.301)

Shaker Almanac, 1891. (Shaker Collection; no. 588), 1890. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.588)

Shaker Almanac, 1884. (Shaker Collection; no. 587), 1883. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.587)

Shaker Almanac, 1885: The Joys and Sorrows of a Poor Old Man. (Shaker Collection; no. 584), 1884. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.584)

Shaker Almanac, 1886: The Mystery Explained. (Shaker Collection; no. 585), 1885. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.585)

Shaker and Shakeress Monthly. Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: United Society, [1873-1875]. (MB/FM,051,A51p3,reel62)

Shaker and Shakeress Monthly. Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: United Society, [1873-1875]. (N,289.8,qM27)

Shaker Anthems and Hymns, Arranged for Divine Worship. (Shaker Collection; no. 251), 1883. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.251)

Shaker Anthems and Hymns, Arranged for Divine Worship. (Shaker Collection; no. 252), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.252)

Shaker broadsides. (Shaker Collection; no. B1-B420) (MA/FF,289.2,S5,N.B1-B420)

Shaker Cloak. (Shaker Collection; no. 817), 19--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.817)

Shaker Collection. The Shaker Collection of the Western Reserve Historical Society, 1723-1952. [S.1.:Microfilming Corporation of America, 1976] (MA/FM,289.8,S5)

Shaker Cooking. New York: Crescent, c1991. (A,641.5973,S527,92-45530)

Shaker Family Almanac, 1888. (Shaker Collection; no. 589), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.589)

Shaker Hair Restorer Restores Gray Hair to its Original Color, Beauty and Softness. (Shaker Collection; no. 723), 1889? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.723)

Shaker Hair Restorer Restores the Hair to Natural Color. (Shaker Collection; no. 722), 1886? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.722)

Shaker Heights Historical Society. Shakers, 1821-1889: North Union Colony of Shakers, 1821-1889, now Known as Shaker Heights City. (Shaker Collection; no. 734), 19--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N734.)

Shaker Heritage Society. Selected Papers. (Shaker Collection; no. 656), 1957. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.656)

Shaker Hymns. n.p. [18--] (N,245.298,S52p)

Shaker Hymns; Text Begins: The Happy Journey. n.p., [18--] (N,245.298,S52h)

The Shaker Image. Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1974. (C,289.80974,qS527,75-15758)

Shaker Literature: Books, Old and New. (Shaker Collection; no. 738,) 19--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.738)

The Shaker Manifesto. [Shakers, N.Y.: G.B. Avery?, 1878-1882] (N,289.8,qM27)

The Shaker Manifesto. [Shakers, N.Y.: G.B. Avery?, 1878-1882] (MB/FM,051,A51p3,reel62)

Shaker Medicinal Spring Water. (Shaker Collection; no. 200,) 1880? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.200)

Shaker Medicinal Spring Water: This Water Is a Cure for Bright’s Disease of the Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder and Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Salt Rheum and Scrofulous Humors, Loss of Appetite, General Debility, Indigestion, and Diseases of the Urinary Organs. (Shaker Collection; no. 840), 1881? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.840)

Shaker Medicines, Shaker Knit Goods and Religious Publications, Also a Variety of Fancy Articles. (Shaker Collection; no. 573), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.573)

The Shaker Messenger. Holland, Mich., World of Shaker. (J,289.8,qS527,81-55308)

Shaker Museum (Old Chatham, N.Y.) The Shaker Museum, Old Chatham, N.Y. [Old Chatham, Shaker Museum Foundation, 1968] (R,974.739,O44,89-579)

Shaker Museum, Old Chatham. Emma B. King Library. Catalogue of the Emma B. King Library of the Shaker Museum. 1970 (C,016.2898,S5273)

Shaker Music. (Shaker Collection; no. 660), 1875-1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.660)

Shaker Music: Inspirational Hymns and Melodies Illustrative of the Resurrection Life and Testimony of the Shakers. Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons, 1875. (N,783.9,S521)

Shaker Music: Inspirational Hymns and Melodies Illustrative of the Resurrection Life and Testimony of the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 661), 1875. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.661)

Shaker Pamphlets. (N,230.98,A)

Shaker Publications, For Sale by the Several Societies. (Shaker Collection; no. 779), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.779)

The Shaker Quarterly. [Poland Spring, Me., United Society] (A,289.8,S527,87-000433)

A Shaker Reader. New York: Universe Books, c1975. (C,704.949264,qS527,78-28819)

Shaker School for Girls at Mount Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 497), 189-? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.497)

Shaker Seed Co.’s Annual Price List for Market Gardeners. (Shaker Collection; no. 813), 1886. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.813)

Shaker Seed Co.’s Special Price List of Vegetables and Other Seeds for Market Gardeners. (Shaker Collection; no. 443), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.443)

Shaker Seed Co.’s Wholesale Price List of Garden Seeds, January 1st, 1885. (Shaker Collection; no. 839), 1884. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.839)

Shaker Seed Co., Mount Lebanon, N.Y. Shakers’ Descriptive and Illustrated Annual Catalogue and Amateur’s Guide to the Flower and Vegetable Garden. Mount Lebanon, N.Y., 1888. (N,670.85,S527,75-16835)

Shaker Soothing Plasters, Good for Backache. (Shaker Collection; no. 171), c1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.171)

Shaker Village, Inc., Canterbury, N.H. Restored Shaker Village. (Shaker Collection; no. 215) 1972 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.)

Shaker (Shakers, N.Y.). The Shaker. Shakers, N.Y.: Mt. Lebanon Bishopric, [1871-1872] (N,289.8,qM27)

Shaker (Shakers, N.Y.). The Shaker. Shakers, N.Y.: Mt. Lebanon Bishopric, (1871-1872). (MB/FM,051,A51p3,reel62)

Shaker (Shaker Village, N.H.). The Shaker. Shaker Village, N.H.: United Societies, [1876-1877] (N,289.8,qM27)

Shaker (Shaker Village, N.H.). The Shaker. Shaker Village, N.H.: United Societies, N.A. Briggs, publisher, [1876-1877] (MB/FM,051,A51p3,reel62)

Shaker: Furniture and Objects from the Faith and Edward Deming Andrews Collections, Commemorating the Bicentenary of the American Shakers. Washington: Published for the Renwick Gallery of the National Collection of Fine Arts by the Smithsonian Institution Press, 1973. (C,749.214,qS527,75-14577)

Shaker: Masterworks of Utilitarian Design Created Between 1800 and 1875 by the Master Craftsmen and Craftswomen of America’s Foremost Communal Religious Sect: An Exhibition at the Katonah Gallery, Katonah, New York, November 20, 1983 through January 8, 1984. Katonah, N.Y.: Katonah Gallery, c1983. (C,745.088288,qS527,85-31890)

Shaker. [Financial Statement for 1878.] (Shaker Collection; no. 652), 1878. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.652)

Shaker. [Financial Statement of The Shaker, 1876, 1877.] (Shaker Collection; no. 651), 1878. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.651)

Shakerism, “the Possibility of the Race”: Being Letters of A.B.B. and Elder F.W. Evans. (Shaker Collection; no. 112), 1872. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.112)

Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 762), 1828. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.762)

Shakers, South Union, Ky., Breeders of Choice Light Brahmas, also, Partridge Cochins of First Quality, Having by Experience Learned that These Two Varieties Make the Best Returns of Any Known. (Shaker Collection; no. 816), 1877. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.816)

Shakers’ Catalogue of Flower and Vegetable Seeds for 1881. (Shaker Collection; no. 307), 1881. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.307)

Shakers’ Descriptive and Illustrated Annual Catalogue and Amateur’s Guide to the Flower and Vegetable Garden. (Shaker Collection; no. 306), 1886. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.306)

Shakers’ Descriptive and Illustrated Annual Catalogue and Amateur’s Guide to the Flower and Vegetable Garden. (Shaker Collection; no. 580), 1888. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.580)

Shakers’ Fluid Extracts, Prepared by the Society of Shakers, Mount Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 317), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.317)

Shakers’ Manual. (Shaker Collection; no. 321), 1852. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.321)

Shakers’ Manual. (Shaker Collection; no. 320), 1851? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.320)

Shakers’ Manual: Corbett’s Shaker Syrup of Sarsaparilla. (Shaker Collection; no. 187), 1879. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.187)

Shakers’ Price List of Medicinal Preparations, Mount Lebanon, Columbia County, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 182), 1874. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.182)

Shakers’ Price List of Medicinal Preparations, Mount Lebanon, Columbia Co., N.Y.: Herbs, Roots, Barks and Powders, Net Prices: Fluid and Solid Extracts, Discount According to the Amount Purchased. (Shaker Collection; no. 810), 1874. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.810)

Shakers. East Canterbury, N.H. Shaker Hymnal. East Canterbury, N.H., 1908 (N,783.9,S523)

Shakers. Harvard (Mass.) Society. Records, 1834-1911. (SC20330, Box 29)

Shakers. Mount Lebanon, N.Y. North Family. Concise Statements Concerning the Life and Religious Views of the Shakers. n.d. (N,289.8,S52c)

Shakers. Mount Lebanon, N.Y. North Family. Original Shaker Music. New York, W.A. Pond & Co., 1893. (N,783.9,S52,v.2)

Shakers. Mount Lebanon, N.Y. North Family. Present Day Shakerism. 19--. (N,289.8,S527)

Shakers. Mount Lebanon, N.Y. North Family. Shaker Music, Original Inspirational Hymns and Songs. New York: W.A. Pond & Co., c1884. (N,783.9,S52,v.1)

Shakers. Mount Lebanon, N.Y. Shaker’s Price List of Medicinal Preparations, Mount Lebanon, Columbia Co., N.Y. Herbs, Roots, Barks and Powders, Net Prices. Fluid and Solid Extracts Discount According to the Amount Purchased. [Mount Lebanon, 1874] (MEDPAM,615.32,q,pam.)

Shakers. Mount Lebanon, N.Y. North Family. Social Gathering: Dialogue between Six Sisters of the North Family of Shaker Mt. Lebanon, Columbia County, N.Y. Albany: Weed, Pearsons & Co., 1873. (N,289.8,S52)

Shakers. Sabbathday Lake, Me. Shaker Society Auction, Sabbathday Lake, Me., June 20, 1972. [Kezar Falls, Me.: Maine Auction Service, c1972] (C,749.214,S527,76-1256)

Shakers. Shirley, Mass. Divine Afflatus:  A Force in History. 1875. (N,289.8,S526)

Shakers. Springfield (Ohio) Presbytery. Last Will and Testament of Springfield Presbytery. (Shaker Collection; no. 688), 1808? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.688)

Shakers. Springfield (Ohio) Presbytery. Observations on Church Government. 1808. (N,289.8769,M16a)

Shakers. Springfield (Ohio) Presbytery. Observations on Church Government … to Which Is Added the Last Will and Testament of That Reverend Body. 1808 (N,289.8769,M16a2)

Shakers. Springfield (Ohio) Presbytery. Observations on Church Government, by the Presbytery of Springfield, to Which Is Added the Last Will and Testament of that Reverend Body, with a Preface and Notes, by the Editor. 1846 (N,289.8769,M16)

Shakers. Springfield (Ohio) Presbytery. Observations on Church Government, by the Presbytery of Springfield, to Which Is Added, the Last Will and Testament of that Reverend Body, with a Preface and Notes by the Editor. (Shaker Collection; no. 328), 1807. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.328)

Shakers. Springfield (Ohio) Presbytery. Observations on Church Government, by the Presbytery of Springfield, to Which Is Added, the Last Will and Testament of that Reverend Body. (Shaker Collection; no. 330), 1808. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.330)

Shakers. Springfield (Ohio) Presbytery. Observations on Church Government, by the Presbytery of Springfield, to Which Is Added, the Last Will and Testament of that Reverend Body, with a Preface and Notes, by the Editor. (Shaker Collection; no. 332), 1808. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.332)

Shakers. Watervliet (N.Y.) Society. Collection, ca. 1818-1922. (SC20330, Boxes 2-4)

Shakers. 100 Years of Shaker Life. Centennial of a Communish of Peace. [n.p., 1847?] (Z,289.8,S5240)

Shakers. Account of Some of the Proceedings of the Legislatures of the States of Kentucky and New Hampshire, …1828, &c. … in Relation to the People Called Shakers. 1846 (Z,289.8,S521)

Shakers. Authorized Rules of the Shaker Community, Given for the Protection and Guidance of the Members in the Several Societies. (Shaker Collection; no. 315), 1894. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.315)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society Called Shakers. 1830. (N,289.8,S521br)

Shakers. A Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society Called Shakers: Printed at Albany, in the Year 1830, and now Reprinted, with Sundry Improvements Suggested by the Author. Watervliet, Ohio: [s.n.], 1832. (MB/FF,970,S11a,79-25555,#79696)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 430), 1830. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.430)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers, Called Shakers. 1834. (N,230.98,S527)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. 1846. (N,230.98,S527a)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. 1851 (N,289.8,A)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers, Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 425), 1834. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.425)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 426), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.426)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers, Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 433), 1850. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.433)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 432), 1846. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.432)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 434), 1851. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.434)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regulations of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 435), 1879. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.435)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Established Principles, and Regulations of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 431), 1832. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.431)

Shakers. Brief Exposition of the Principls [sic] and Regulations of the United Society of Believers or Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 436), 1895. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.436)

Shakers. Broadside Collection, 1828-1905. (SC20330, Boxes 42-47)

Shakers. Circular Concerning the Dress of Believers. (Shaker Collection; no. 316), 1866. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.316)

Shakers. Circular [which describes prospective new format for the shakers, and requests financial support for the periodical.] Shaker Village, N.H.?, 1877?] (N,289.8,S521c)

Shakers. Collection of Harmonies and Melodies, Adapted to Sacred Worship. (Shaker Collection; no. 262), 1878. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.262)

Shakers. Collection of Hymns and Anthems Adapted to Public Worship. (Shaker Collection; no. 438), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.438)

Shakers. Collection of Millenial Hymns, Adapted to the Present Order of the Church. 1847 (N,245,S527)

Shakers. Collection of Millennial Hymns, Adapted to the Present Order of the Church. (Shaker Collection; no. 836), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.836)

Shakers. Collection of Millennial Hymns, Adapted to the Present Order of the Church. (Shaker Collection; no. 359), 1847. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.359)

Shakers. Concise Catechism, Containing the Most Important Events Recorded in the Bible, Also, a Short Sketch of the Lives of Our First Elders or Parents, Mother Ann , Father William & Father James. (Shaker Collection; no. 371), 1850. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.371)

Shakers. The Constitution of the United Societies, of Believers (Called Shakers). New York: AMS Press, 1976. (C,289.8,S527,79-21798)

Shakers. Constitution of the United Societies of Believers (Called Shakers) Containing Sundny [sic] Covenants and Articles of Agrement [sic], Definitive of the Legal Grounds of the Institution (Kentucky Culture Series, no. 339), 1833. (MB/FK,289.8,Sha)

Shakers. Constitution or Covenant of the United Society of Believers Called Shakers, in the United States of America. (Shaker Collection; no. 299), 1883. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.299)

Shakers. Covenant or Constitution of the Church at - - (Shaker Collection; no. 302), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.302)

Shakers. Declaration of the Society of People, (Commonly Called Shakers,) Shewing Their Reasons for Refusing to Aid or Abet the Cause of War and Bloodshed, by Bearing Arms, Paying Fines, Hiring Substitutes, or Rendering any Equivalent for Military Services. (Shaker Collection; no. 308), 1815. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.308)

Shakers. Declaration of the Society of People, (Commonly Called Shakers) Shewing Their Reasons for Refusing to Aid or Abet the Cause of War and Bloodshed, by Bearing Arms, Paying Fines, Hiring Substitutes, or Rendering any Equivalent for Military Services. (Shaker Collection; no. 309), 1815. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.309)

Shakers. Declaration of the Society of People, (Commonly Called Shakers,) Shewing Their Reasons for Refusing to Aid or Abet the Cause of War and Bloodshed, by Bearing Arms, Paying Fines, Hiring Substitutes, or Rendering any Equivalent for Military Services. (Shaker Collection; no. 310), 1815. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.310)

Shakers. Improved Edition of the Church Covenant, or Constitution of the United Societies, Called Shakers, Collated from the Several Copies Which have been Duly Executed in the Sevral [sic] Societies, Respectively, and Officially Sanctioned by the Several Ministries, for the Purposes Therein Contained. (Shaker Collection; no. 602), 1833. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.602)

Shakers. Improved Edition of the Church Covenant, or Constitution, of the United Societies, Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 758), 1833. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.758)

Shakers. Investigator, or, a Defence of the Order, Government & Economy of the United Society Called Shakers, Against Sundry Charges & Legislative Proceedings, Addressed to the Political World. (Shaker Collection; no. 549), 1828. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.549)

Shakers. Investigator, or, a Defence of the Order, Government and Economy of the United Society Called Shakers, Against Sundry Charges and Legislative Proceedings, Addressed to the Political World. (Shaker Collection; no. 548), 1828. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.548)

Shakers. Memorial of the Society of People of Canterbury, in the County of Rockingham, and Enfield, in the County of Grafton, Commonly Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 609), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.609)

Shakers. Memorial of the Society of People of New-Lebanon, in the County of Columbia, and Watervliet, in the County of Albany, Commonly Called Shakers, to the Respectable Legislature of the State of New-York. (Shaker Collection; no. 564), 1816. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.564)

Shakers. Memorial of the United Society of Believers (Commonly Called Shakers) of the Towns of New-Lebanon and Watervliet, to the Legislature of the State of New York, Now in Session. 1823 (N,289.8,qS521m)

Shakers. Memorial of the United Society of Believers (Commonly Called Shakers) of the Towns of New-Lebanon and Watervliet. (Shaker Collection; no. 793), 1823. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.793)

Shakers. Memorial of the United Society, (Commonly Called Shakers,) of New-Lebanon and Watervliet. (Shaker Collection; no. 795), 1825. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.795)

Shakers. Memorial of the United Society, (Commonly Called Shakers,) of New-Lebanon and Watervliet, to the Legislature of the State of New York. (Shaker Collection; no. 794), 1826. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.794)

Shakers. Observations on the Natural and Constitutional Rights of Conscience, in Relation to Military Requisitions on the People Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 648), 1816. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.648)

Shakers. Observations on the Natural and Constitutional Rights of Conscience in Relation to Military Requisitions on the People Called Shakers. Albany [N.Y.]: E. & E. Hosford, [1816] (MB/FF,970,S11a,79-25555,#79715)

Shakers. Peaceful Life of the Shakers. 186-? (N,289.8,S521p)

Shakers. Remonstrance Against the Testimony and Application of Mary Dyer, Requesting Legislative Interference Against the United Society, Commonly Called Shakers, Together with some Affidavits and Certificates, Showing the Falsity of Her Statements. (Shaker Collection; no. 555), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.555)

Shakers. Remonstrance of the United Society, Called Shakers, Against the Passage of a Certain Law, to the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New-York. (Shaker Collection; no. 607), 1830. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.607)

Shakers. Report of the Trustees of the United Society of Shakers in the Town of New Lebanon, Columbia Co., N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 649), 1850. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.649)

Shakers. Shaker Church Covenant. (Shaker Collection; no. 214), 1910? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.214)

Shakers. Shaker Collection, 1823-1912. (MB/FM,289.8,S527,202-9411)

Shakers. Shaker Hymnal. (Shaker Collection; no. 533), 1908. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.533)

Shakers. Shaker Hymnal. (Shaker Collection; no. 534), 1908. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.534)

Shakers. Shaker Literature: Books Old and New/North Family, Mount Lebanon, Columbia County, New York. [Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: s.n., 1902?] (N,016.2892,S527,91-25065)

Shakers. A Summary View of the Millenial Church, or United Society of Believers, (Commonly Called Shakers), Comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society … Published by Order of the Ministry, in Union with the Church. Albany: Printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen, 1823. (MB/FF,970,S11A,79-25555,#79721)

Shakers. A Summary View of the Millennial Church, or United Society of Believers, Commonly Called Shakers, Comprising the Rise, Progress, and Practical Order of the Society, Together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony. [New York: AMS Press, 1973] (C,289.8,G79a,1973)

Shakers. Summary View of the Millennial Church, or United Society of Believers, (Commonly Called Shakers), Comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society, Together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony. (Shaker Collection; no. 512), 1823. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.512)

Shakers. Summary View of the Millennial Church, or United Society of Believers, Commonly Called Shakers, Comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society, Together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony. (Shaker Collection; no. 513), 1848. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.513)

Shakers. Sundry Covenants, etc.: Copy of the First Covenant in Ohio, Drafted by Elder Benjamin, and Executed in the Year 1810. (Shaker Collection; no. 754), 1810? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.754)

Shakers. Supplementary Rules of the Shaker Community. (Shaker Collection; no. 240), 1894. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N240)

Shakers. Testimonies of the Life, Character, Revelations and Doctrines of Mother Ann Lee and the Elders with her … Collected from Living Witnesses. 1888 (N,289.8,ZL4)

Shakers. Testimonies of the Life, Character, Revelations and Doctrines of Our Ever Blessed Mother Ann Lee, and the Elders with Her, through Whom the Word of Eternal Life was Opened in This Day of Christ’s Second Appearing, Collected from Living Witnesses, by Order of the Ministry, in Union with the Church. 1816 (N,289.8,ZL4s1t)

The Shakers: Two Centuries of Spiritual Reflection. New York: Paulist Press, 1983. (C,248.4898,S527,85-24472)

Shakertown at South Union, Kentucky, Divided into Small Farms and will be Sold at Public Auction beginning Tuesday, September 26 at 10 o’clock A.M. (Shaker Collection; no. 678), 1922. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.678)

Shaker’s Catalogue and Amateur’s Guide to the Flower and Vegetable Garden.(Shaker Collection; no. 204), 1875. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.204)

Shea, John Gerald. American Shakers and Their Furniture, with Measured Drawings of Museum Classics. 1971 (Z,749.213,qS539)

Shepard, Arabella. Reward of Merit. (Shaker Collection; no. 605), 1852. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.605)

Shiloh’s United States Spiritual Magazine. (Shaker Collection; no. 828), 1865. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.828)

Silliman, Benjamin. Peculiarities of the Shakers: Described in a Series of Letters from Lebanon Springs in the year 1832, Containing an Account of the Origin, Worship and Doctrines of the Shakers’ Society by a Visiter [sic]. New York: J.K. Porter, 1832. (N,289.8,P36)

Simple Gifts: Hands to Work and Hearts to God: A Loan Exhibition of Shaker Craftsmanship Primarily from Hancock Shaker Village, March 20 - May 21, 1978. Storrs: University of Connecticut, William Benton Museum of Art, 1978. (C,749.214,S612,78-32505)

Smith, James. Account of the Remarkable Occurrences in the Life and Travels of Col. James Smith, During his Captivity with the Indians, in the years 1755, ’56, ’57, ’58, & ’59. (Shaker Collection; no. 496), 1870. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.496)

Smith, James. Remarkable Occurrences Lately Discovered Among the People Called Shakers, of a Treasonous and Barbarous Nature, or, Shakerism Developed. (Shaker Collection; no. 250), 1810. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.250)

Smith, James. Shakerism Detected, Their Erroneous and Treasonous Proceedings, and False Publications, Contained in Different News-papers, Exposed to Public View, by the Depositions of Ten Different Persons Living in Various Parts of the States of Kentucky and Ohio, Accompanied with Remarks. (Shaker Collection; no. 377), 1810. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.377)

Sochen, June. Movers and Shakers: American Women Thinkers and Activists, 1900-1970. [New York] Quadrangle [1973] (C,301.4120973,S678,74-10397)

Social Gathering Dialogue, Between Six Sisters of the North Family of Shakers, Mt. Lebanon, Columbia County, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 574), 1873. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.574)

Some Lines in Verse about Shakers, not Published by Authority of the Society So Called. 1846 (N,289.8,S693)

South Union, Ky. Society of Believers. Farm Annual of the United Society of Shakers of South Union, Ky. (Shaker Collection; no. 591), 1885. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.591)

South Union, Ky. Society of Believers. Sale Catalogue of the Centre-house Herd of Thoroughbred Durham Cattle, the Property of the United Society of Shakers at South Union, Ky. (Shaker Collection; no. 181), 1882. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.181)

Spencer, Benjamin. Chrysomeson, a Golden Meane, or, a Middle Way for Christians to Walk By: Wherein all Seekers of Truth and Shakers in the Faith May Find the True Religion Independing upon Mans [sic] Invention, and Be Established Therein, Intended as a Key to Christianity, as a Touchstone for a Traveller, as a Probe for a Protestant, as a Sea-mark for a Sailor, in a Christian Dialogue Between Philalethes and His Friend Mathetes, Seeking Satisfaction. London: Printed for B.S. the author and are to be sold by William Hope at his shop…, 1659. (MB/FM,820,E12w,reel851,n5)

Sprigg, June. By Shaker Hands. New York: Knopf, 1975. (C,289.8,qS769,76-633)

Sprigg, June. Shaker Design. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art in association with Norton, c1986. (C,745.0974074,S769,87-015008)

Sprigg, June. Shaker Life, Work, and Art. New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang: Distributed by Workman Pub., c1987. (C,289.8,qS769,88-43817)

Steamboat & Railroad Traveller’s Guide to the Hudson River, with Description and Illustrations of Its Sublime Scenery and Places of Interest Along the Route, as well as of the Shaker Settlement, the Catskill Mountains, Lake George, Saratoga, and the City of New York. 1859 (C,917.473,S799)

Stein, Stephen J. The Shaker Experience in America: A History of the United Society of Believers. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992. (A,289.80973,S819,92-38842)

Stewart, Ezra J. Cassava and Arrowroot, Two Prolific Starch-producing Plants Which Promise Great Profits in the Coming Industrial Development of Florida. (Shaker Collection; no. 698), 1909. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.698)

Stewart, Ezra J. Citrus Groves in Florida: Practical Information Relating to Planting, Cultivating, Gathering and Marketing Oranges, Grapefruit, etc. (Shaker Collection; no. 697), 1909. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.697)

Stewart, Ezra J. Hunting and Fishing: South Florida a Paradise for Hunters and Fishermen. (Shaker Collection; no. 696), 1909. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.696)

Stewart, Ezra J. Stop the Seining. (Shaker Collection; no. 695), 1909. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.695)

Stewart, Ezra J. Yule-tide Meditations. (Shaker Collection; no. 694), 1909. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.694)

Stewart, Philemon. Closing Roll from Holy and Eternal Wisdom, Mother Ann, Father William and Father James, to the Children of Zion … A Sacred Covenant of Our Heavenly Parents, Sent Forth upon Earth to Their Children, at the Close of Their Late Manifestation, (on the Holy Mount of God,) for the Purification of Zion and the Inhabitants Thereof, Given by Inspiration in the Church of the Holy Mount of God at New Lebanon, December 31, 1841, to be Kept Sacred by all Zion’s Children. (Shaker Collection; no. 246), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.246)

Stewart, Philemon. (Part I.) Closing Roll from Holy and Eternal Wisdom, Mother Ann, Father William and Father James, to the Children of Zion. (Part II.) A Sacred Covenant of our Heavenly Parents, sent forth upon Earth to Their Children, at the Close of Their Late Manifestation, (on the Holy Mount of God,) for the Purification of Zion and the Inhabitants Thereof. 1843 (N,239,98,S85)

Stewart, Philemon. A Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book: Part II. Being a Sequel or Appendix to the Sacred Roll and Book, to the Nations of the Earth, Containing the Testifying Seals of some of the Ancient Prophets and Holy Angels, with the Testimonies of Living Witnesses, of the Marvelous Work of God, in his Zion on Earth. Canterbury, N.H.: Printed in the United Society, 1843. (N,230.98,S85h,1843b)

Stewart, Philemon. A Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book, from the Lord God of Heaven, to the Inhabitants of Earth, Revealed in the United Society at New Lebanon. In Two Parts. Canterbury, N.H.: Printed in the United Society, 1843. (N,230.98,S85h)

Stewart, Philemon. Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book, from the Lord God of Heaven, to the Inhabitants of Earth, Revealed in the United Society at New Lebanon, County of Columbia, State of New-York, United States of America. (Shaker Collection; no. 344), 1843.(MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.344)

Stewart, Philemon. Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book, from the Lord God of Heaven, to the Inhabitants of Earth, Revealed in the United Society at New Lebanon, County of Columbia, State of New-York, United States of America. (Shaker Collection; no. 345), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.345)

Stewart, Philemon. Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book, from the Lord God of Heaven, to the Inhabitants of Earth, Revealed in the United Society at New Lebanon, County of Columbia, State of New York, United States of America. (Shaker Collection; no. 346), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.346)

Stoffel, Margaretha. Remarkable Prophecy. (Shaker Collection; no. 242), 1852? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.242)

Stoffel, Margaretha. Remarkable Prophecy. (Shaker Collection; no. 243), 1854. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.243)

Stone, Henry M. To the Public. (Shaker Collection; no. 347), 1847? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.347)

Story of the Shakers and Some of Their Favorite Cooking Recipes: Calendar for 1882. (Shaker Collection; no. 582), 1881. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.582)

Story of the Shakers and Some of Their Favorite Cooking Recipes: Calendar for 1882-3. (Shaker Collection; no. 586), 1882. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.586)

Story of the Shakers and Some of Their Favorite Cooking Recipes: Calendar for 1882. [Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.: Shakers], 1882. (N,289.8,S888,84-20531)

Stroud, Thomas J. Spiritual Teacher: Why the Shakers Are Entitled to a Candid Hearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 777), 1891? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.777)

Stroud, Thomas J. Spiritual Teacher: Why the Shakers Are Entitled to a Candid Hearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 778), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.778)

Taylor, Amos. Narrative of the Strange Principles, Conduct and Character of the People Known by the Name of Shakers, Whose Errors Have Spread in Several Parts of North America, But Are Beginning to Diminish, and Ought to Be Guarded Against. (Shaker Collection; no. 241), 1782. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.241)

Taylor, Leila Sarah. Memorial to Eldress Anna White, and Elder Daniel Offord. (Shaker Collection; no. 511), 1912. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.511)

Taylor, Leila Sarah. Shaker Anniversary: It Is 130 Years Ago That Mother Ann Lee Landed on American Shores. (Shaker Collection; no. 742), 1904. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.742)

Teed, Cyrus Reed. From Thence Is the Shepherd the Stone of Israel: The Lord Comes Through the Posterity of Joseph. (Shaker Collection; no. 637), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.637)

Teed, Cyrus Reed. Judgment. (Shaker Collection; no. 659), 1892. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.659)

Teed, Cyrus Reed. Shakers and Celibacy. (Shaker Collection; no. 851), 189-. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.851)

Testimonials Advertising the 2d Ed. of Pearly Gate. (Shaker Collection; no. 633), 1896? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.633)

Testimonies Concerning the Character and Ministry of Mother Ann Lee and the First Witnesses of the Gospel of Christ’s Second Appearing, Given by Some of the Aged Brethren and Sisters of the United Society, Including a Few Sketches of Their Own Religious Experience. (Shaker Collection; no. 499), 1827. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.499)

Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing, Containing a General Statement of All Things Pertaining to the Faith and Practice of the Church of God in This Latter-day. (Shaker Collection; no. 492), 1810. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.492)

Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing, Containing a General Statement of All Things Pertaining to the Faith and Practice of the Church of God in this Latter Day. (Shaker Collection; no. 493), 1823. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.493)

Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing, Exemplified by the Principles and Practice of the True Church of Christ: History of the Progressive Work of God, Extending from the Creation of Man to the “Harvest,” Comprising the Four Great Dispensations now Consummating in the Millennial Church: Anti-Christ’s Kingdom, or Churches, Contrasted with the Church of Christ’s First and Second Appearing, the Kingdom of the God of Heaven. (Shaker Collection; no. 494), 1856. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.494)

This Indenture. (Shaker Collection; no. 847), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.847)

Thomason, Jean Healan. Shaker Manuscript Hymnals from South Union, Kentucky, with Comment on the Musical Notation by Fann R. Herndon. Bowling Green: Kentucky Folklore Society, c1967. (C,090,T463,77-37901)

Thomas, Samuel W. Simple Spirit: A Pictorial Study of the Shaker Community at Pleasant Hill, Kentucky. (Shaker Collection; no. 150), 1973. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.150)

Thompson, Daniel Pierce. Shaker Lovers, and Other Tales. (Shaker Collection; no. 156), 1848. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.156)

Tilden and Company. Letter, 1845 December 12. (MSC Single Accession: 17546)

Tilden & Co., New Lebanon, N.Y. Tilden & Co., Proprietors of the Botanic Garden, Steam Mills, and Extract Works. New-Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 848), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.848)

Tilden, Samuel Jones. Considerations in Regard to the Application of the Shakers, for Certain Privileges. (Shaker Collection; no. 244), 1839. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.244)

Tilden, Samuel Jones. Considerations in Regard to the Application of the Shakers, for Certain Special Privileges. (Shaker Collection; no. 245), 1848. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.245)

Tillinghast, Joseph S. Brief and Useful Moral Instructions for the Young. (Shaker Collection; no. 353), 1858. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.353)

To All People Who Shall See These Presents, Know Ye, that Whereas my … viz: … Last Part, Has Been Placed by Me, in the Society of Believers, or United Society, Commonly Called Shakers, Inhabiting in … County of … and State of … with the Intent That He Should Remain with the Same Society, and Be Subject to All the Rules, Orders and Regulations Thereof. (Shaker Collection; no. 776), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.776)

To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New York. (Shaker Collection; no. 775), 1852. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.775)

Trial of the Shakers for Attempt to Restrain the Wife and Three Children of William H. Pillow, an Exposure of Their Deceptions, and Her Final Release, by a Writ of Habeas Corpus. (Shaker Collection; no. 358) 1847 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.358)

Trounstine, Philip J. Movers and Shakers: The Study of Community Power. New York: St. Martin’s Press, c1982. (C,303.3,T861,83-24042)

Tyner, Paul. Christ Ideal in Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 258), 1896. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.)

Union Village, Ohio. Society of Believers. Church-covenant, Executed at Union-Village, January 15th, 1812, the State of Ohio, Warren County. (Shaker Collection; no. 755), 1812? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.755)

Union Village, Ohio. Society of Believers. Covenant, or Constitution of the Church at Union-Village, (Ohio). (Shaker Collection; no. 571), 1830. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.571)

Union Village, Ohio. Society of Believers. Special Covenant of the First Family of the Church, Dated 3rd Month 8th 1815. (Shaker Collection; no. 521), 1815? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.521)

United Society of Believers, Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 774), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.774)

United Society of Believers, Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 829), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.829)

United Society of Believers, Called Shakers: Answers to Inquirers. (Shaker Collection; no. 830), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.)

United Society of Believers: Blessed are the Peacemakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 618), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.618)

Vance, John B. Address … Delivered in Oxford Street Chapel, Lynn, on Sunday Evening, June 1, 1874. (Shaker Collection; no. 517), 1874? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.517)

Vance, John B. Unusual Real Estate Opportunity. (Shaker Collection; no. 357), 1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.357)

Vanderbilt’s Candy Church. The Kings of Kitchen. [Recipes from the Shaker Community of Mt. Lebanon, N.Y. An Advertisement for Shaker Medicines Sold. 1889? (N,289.8,V228)

Van Vleet, Abram, comp. Account of the Conduct of the Shakers, in the Case of Eunice Chapman & Her Children, Written by Herself. (Shaker Collection; no. 768), 1818. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.768)

Vincent, Henry. Henry Vincent’s Visit to Mt. Lebanon, Columbia County, N.Y. (Shaker Collection; no. 238), 1868. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.238)

Voice of Mother. (Shaker Collection; no. 491), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.491)

Ward, Durbin. Shaker Income Tax: Application to Commissioner Delano, Brief. (Shaker Collection; no. 355), 1869. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.355)

Warder, W.S. Brief Sketch of the Religious Society of People Called Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 237), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.237)

Watervliet, Ohio. Society of Believers. Church-covenant, Executed at Watervliet, December 7th, 1818, State of Ohio, Montgomery County. (Shaker Collection; no. 756), 1818? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.756)

Watervliet, Ohio. Society of Believers. General Rules of the United Society, and Summary Articles of Mutual Agreement and Release, Ratified and Confirmed, by the Society at Watervliet, Montgomery County, Ohio, January, 1833. (Shaker Collection; no. 464), 1833. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.464)

Watervliet, Ohio. Society of Believers. General Rules of the United Society, and Summary Articles of Mutual Agreement and Release, Ratified and Confirmed, by the Society at Watervliet, Montgomery County, Ohio, January, 1833. (Shaker Collection; no. 759), 1833? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.759)

Webster, Noah. Rules of Punctuation from Webster’s Dictionary. (Shaker Collection; no. 635), 1833. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.635)

[Wells, Seth Youngs], comp. Millennial Praises, Containing a Collection of Gospel Hymns,in Four Parts, Adapted to the Day of Christ’s Second Appearing, Composed for the Use of His People. Hancock, Printed by Josiah Tallcott, Junior, 1813. (N,245.298,M64)

Wells, Seth Youngs, comp. Millennial Praises, Containing a Collection of Gospel Hymns, in Four Parts, Adapted to the Day of Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 288), 1813. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.288)

Wells, Seth Youngs, comp. Millennial Praises, Containing a Collection of Gospel Hymns, in Four Parts, Adapted to the Day of Christ’s Second Appearing. (Shaker Collection; no. 343), 1813. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.343)

Wells, Seth Youngs. Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 693), 1824. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.693)

Wells, Seth Youngs. Thomas Brown, and His Pretended History of Shakers: Correspondence Between Seth Youngs Wells of Shakers, N.Y., and Benjamin Silliman of Yale College, New Haven. 1823? (N,289.8,W456)

Wells, Seth Youngs. Thomas Brown and His Pretended History of Shakers: Correspondence Between Seth Youngs Wells of Shakers, N.Y. and Prof. Benjamin Silliman of Yale College, New Haven. (Shaker Collection; no. 639), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.639)

Wertkin, Gerard C. The Four Seasons of Shaker Life: An Intimate Portrait of the Community at Sabbathday Lake. New York: Simon & Schuster, c1986. (C,289.8,qW499,86-36240)

Western Reserve Historical Society. The Shaker Collection of the Western Reserve Historical Society: A Reel List of the Manuscripts and a Short Title List of the Printed Materials Contained in the Microform Collection. Glen Rock, N.J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1977. (A,106.2898,qW527,78-20708)

Western Reserve Historical Society. The Shaker Manuscript Collection in the Library of the Western Reserve Historical Society: A Guide to the Microfilm Edition. Glen Rock, N.J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1977. (A,016.2898,qW527,78-20714)

Western Reserve Historical Society. Western Reserve Historical Society Shaker Collection [of Printed Materials Issued By and About the Shakers] [Glen Rock, N.J.]: Microfilming Corporation of America, [1977] (MA/FF,289.8,S5,78-20707)

Western Reserve Historical Society. Library. A Guide to Shaker Manuscripts in the Library of the Western Reserve Historical Society, with an Inventory of its Shaker Photographs. Cleveland: The Society, 1974. (A,016.2898097,qW527,75-17447)

West, Benjamin. Scriptural Cautions Against Embracing a Religious Scheme, Taught by a Number of Europeans, Who Came from England to America, in the year 1776, and Stile [sic] Themselves the Church, &c., &c., by Benjamin West, Who Has Been Deluded by Them, to the Great Injury of Himself and Family. (Shaker Collection; no. 259,) 1783. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.259)

Wetherbee, Martha. Shaker Baskets. Sanbornton, N.H.: Martha Wetherbee Basket Shop, c1988. (C,746.412,qW539,89-33667)

Whitcher, Mary. Mary Whitcher’s Shaker House-keeper. (Shaker Collection; no. 672), c1882. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.672

Whitcomb, Faith, Medicine Co., Boston, Mass. History of the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 668), 1881? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.668)

Whitewater, Ohio. Society of Believers. Shaker Tract: Christ Church. (Shaker Collection; no. 516), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.516)

White, Anna, comp. Affectionately Ascribed to the Memory of Elder Frederic W. Evans, by his Loving and Devoted Gospel Friends. (Shaker Collection; no. 340), 1893. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.340)

White, Anna, comp. Affectionately Inscribed to the Memory of Eldress Antoinette Doolittle, by her Loving and Devoted Gospel Friends. (Shaker Collection; no. 297), 1887. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.297)

White, Anna. King’s Daughter. (Shaker Collection; no. 354), 1899? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.354)

White, Anna. Motherhood of God. (Shaker Collection; no. 372), 1903. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.372)

White, Anna, comp. Mount Lebanon Cedar Boughs: Original Poems by the North Family of Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 341), 1895. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.341)

White, Anna, comp. Only Arisen: Eldress, Eliza Ann Taylor, Sister, Martha J. Anderson. (Shaker Collection; no. 498), 1897. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.498)

White, Anna. My Precious Sister Mary. (Shaker Collection; no. 739), 1899. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.739)

White, Anna. Shakerism: Its Meaning and Message. 1971 (Z,289.8,W58a2)

White, Anna. Shakerism: Its Meaning and Message, Embracing an Historical Account, Statement of Belief and Spiritual Experience of the Church from Its Rise to the Present Day. c1905 (Z,289.8,W58a)

White, Anna. Shakerism, Its Meaning and Message, Embracing an Historical Account Statement of Belief and Spiritual Experience of the Church from its Rise to the Present Day. (Shaker Collection; no. 289), 1904. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.289)

White, Anna. Shakerism: Its Meaning and Message, Embracing an Historical Account, Statement of Belief and Spiritual Experience of the Church from Its Rise to the Present Day. (Shaker Collection; no. 773), 1904? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.773)

White, Anna. Shakerism: Its Meaning and Message, Embracing an Historical Account, Statement of Belief and Spiritual Experience of the Church. (Shaker Collection; no. 616), 19--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.616)

White, Anna. True Source of Happiness. (Shaker Collection; no. 247), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.247)

White, Anna. Vegetarianism among Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 504), 18--.(MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.504)

White, Anna. Vegetarianism among Shakers. 18--. (N,641.566,W582)

White, Anna. Voices from Mount Lebanon. (Shaker Collection; no. 260), 1899? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.260)

White, Anna. Voices from Mount Lebanon. Canaan 4 Corners, N.Y.: Berkshire Industrial Farm Print., [1899?] (N,289.8,W582,91-20815)

White, Anna. Woman’s Mission. (Shaker Collection; no. 291), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.291)

White, A.J. One Agent Only in a Place. (Shaker Collection; no. 576) 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.576)

White, A.J. Gift Worth Preserving, Printed on Perfumed Paper. (Shaker Collection; no. 406), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.406)

Whithbey, John. Beauties of Priestcraft, or, A Short Account of Shakerism. (Shaker Collection; no. 690), 1826. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.690)

Whitney Museum of American Art. Shaker Handicrafts [Exhibition] November 12 to December 12, 1935. New York, N.Y.: The Museum, [1935?]. (N,749.213,W623,84-24995)

Whitney Museum of American Art. Shaker Handicrafts, November 12 to December 19, 1935. (Shaker Collection; no. 735), 1935. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.735)

Whittaker, James. Concise Statement of the Principles of the Only True Church, According to the Gospel of the Present Appearance of Christ, as Held to and Practised Upon by the True Followers of the Living Saviour, at New Lebanon, &c. … Dated October the 9th, 1785. (Shaker Collection; no. 677), n.d. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.677)

Whittaker, James. Shaker Shaken, or God’s Warning to Josiah Talcott, as Denounced in a Letter from James Whittaker, One of the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, (Vulgarly Known as Shakers), from an Original Manuscript. (Shaker Collection; no. 845), 1938. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.845)

Whitworth, John McKelvie. God’s Blueprints: A Sociological Study of Three Utopian Sects. London; Boston: Routledge and K. Paul, 1975. (C,301.34,W628,76-1456)

Wholesale Price List of Seeds, Grown and For Sale by Shaker Seed Co., Mt. Lebanon, N.Y., for Dealers Only. (Shaker Collection; no. 814), 1887? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.814)

Who Leads Us Back to Paradise? (Shaker Collection; no. 846), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.846)

Wickersham, George M. How I Came to Be a Shaker. (Shaker Collection; no. 296), 1891. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.296)

Wickersham, George M. How I Came to Be a Shaker. (Shaker Collection; no. 295) (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.295)

Wickliffe, Robert. Shakers: Speech of Robert Wickliffe in the Senate of Kentucky, Jan 1831, on a Bill to Repeal an Act of the General Assembly of the State of Kentucky, Entitled, “An Act to Regulate Civil Proceedings Against Certain Communities Having Property in Common.” (Shaker Collection; no. 248), 1832. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.248)

Wickliffe, Robert. Speech of Robert Wickliffe, in the Senate of Kentucky, on a Bill to Repeal an Act of the General Assembly of the State of Kentucky, Entitle [sic] “An Act to Regulate Civil Proceedings Against Certain Communities Having Property in Common”. (Shaker Collection; no. 249), 1831 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.249)

Wilcox, Ella Wheeler. Clear Away the Rubbish. (Shaker Collection; no. 255), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.255)

Wilcox, Ella Wheeler. Clear Away the Rubbish. (Shaker Collection; no. 287), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.287)

Williams, John S. Consecrated Ingenuity: The Shakers and Their Inventions. Old Chatham, New York: Shaker Museum Foundation, 1957. (N,289.8,W724,88-21535)

Williams, John S. Consecrated Ingenuity: The Shakers and Their Inventions. (Shaker Collection; no. 524) 1957 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.524)

Williams, John S. Shaker: A Brief Summary. (Shaker Collection; no. 529) 1956 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.529)

Williams, John S. Shaker Religious Concept, Together with the Covenant, Hancock, Mass., 1830. 1959 (N,289.8,W724)

Williams, John S. Shaker Religious Concept, Together with the Covenant, Hancock, Mass., 1830. (Shaker Collection; no. 523) 1959 (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.523)

Williams, John S. The Shakers, a Brief Summary. Old Chatham, New York: Shaker Museum Foundation, 1956. (N,289.8,W724,88-21536)

Williams, Richard E. Called and Chosen: The Story of Mother Rebecca Jackson and the Philadelphia Shakers. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1981. (C,289.80924,J13,81-23296)

Wilson, Rufus R. Among the Shakers: Some of the Peculiarities Incident to the Queer Set Who Practice Celibacy and Communism. (Shaker Collection; no. 741), 1888? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.741)

Winkley, Francis. Village of the United Society of Shakers, in Canterbury, N.H. (Shaker Collection; no. 691), 1835. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.691)

Winter, Esther Caroline. Shaker Literature in the Rare Book Room of the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library: A Bibliography. 1967 (C,016.2898,W784)

Wisbey, Herbert A. The Sodus Shaker Community. Lyons, N.Y.: Wayne County Historical Society, 1982. (R,974.787,S679,89-576)

Wolf, Peter. Land Management Study: Watervliet-Shaker Historic and Recreation District. Newtonville, N.Y.: Town of Colonie Memorial Town Hall, 1973. (C,711.09747,qC719,90-15398)

Wood, Joseph. Christian. (Shaker Collection; no. 518), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.518)

Woods, John.  Shakerism Unmasked, or, a Narrative Shewing the Entrance of the Shakers into the Western Country, Their Strategems and Devices, Discipline and Economy, Together with What May Seem Necessary to Exhibit the True State of that People. 1826 (MB/FK,289.8,Woo)

Wythe, Eunice Bathrick. Holy Shepherd. (Shaker Collection; no. 619), 18--? (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.619)

Yolen, Jane. Simple Gifts: The Story of the Shakers. New York: Viking Press, 1976. (N,289.8,Y54,83-37380)

Youngs, Benjamin Seth. Expedition Against the Shakers. (Shaker Collection; no. 692), 1912. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.692)

Youngs, Benjamin Seth. Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing. 1856 (N,289.8,Y81a2)

Youngs, Benjamin Seth. The Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing, Containing a General Statement of All Things Pertaining to the Faith and Practice of the Church of God in This Latter-day. Published by Order of the Ministry, in Union with the Church. Albany: Printed by E. and E. Hosford, 1810. (N,289.8,S523)

[Youngs, Benjamin Seth]. The Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing, Containing a General Statement of All Things Pertaining to the Faith and Practice of the Church of God in This Latter Day. Published by Order of the Ministry, in Union with the Church … Third Edition, Corrected and Improved. Union Village, Ohio: B. Fisher and A. Burnett, Printers, 1823. (N,289.Y81a)

Youngs, Benjamin Seth. Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing … / Published in Union by Order of the Ministry. Lebanon: John M’Clean, 1808. (N,289.8,Y81)

Youngs, Benjamin Seth. The Testimony of Christ’s Second Appearing: Containing a General Statement of all Things Pertaining to the Faith and Practice of the Church of God inThis Latter Day. [Ohio]: Published by order of the ministry, in union with the church, 1823 (Union Village, Ohio: B. Fisher and A. Burnett, printers) (MB/FM,330,G62,item23775)

Youngs, Benjamin Seth. Transactions of the Ohio Mob, Called in the Public Papers “An Expedition Against the Shakers.” (Shaker Collection; no. 621), 1810. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.621)

Youngs, Benjamin Seth. Transactions of the Ohio Mob, Called in the Public Papers “An Expedition Against the Shakers.” (Shaker Collection; no. 622), 1810. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.622)

Youngs, Isaac Newton. Dedication [Sung at the Dedication of the Mt. Lebanon Meeting House]. (Shaker Collection; no. 515), 18--. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.515)

Youngs, Isaac Newton. My Prayer. (Shaker Collection; no. 269), 1824. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.269)

[Youngs, Isaac Newton]. Short Abridgement of the Rules of Music, with Lessons for Exercise, and a Few Observations, for New Beginners. 1846. (N,781.2,Y81)

Youngs, Isaac Newton. Short Abridgement of the Rules of Music, with Lessons for Exercise, and a Few Observations, for New Beginners. (Shaker Collection; no. 505), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.505)

Youngs, Isaac Newton. Short Abridgement of the Rules of Music, with Lessons for Exercise, and a Few Observations, for New Beginners. (Shaker Collection; no. 506), 1843. (MA/FF,289.8,S5,N.506)

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