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Topic: shakers

1806
1806
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1979
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1979
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Shakers near Lebanon state of N. York, their mode of worship

Shakers near Lebanon state of N. York, their mode of worship

Several rows of Shakers, separated by gender, performing a step dance in the meeting hall at New Lebanon, New York; a woman spectator is seated in left foreground.

'Shakers' frost extractor. Prepared by Chas. F. Crap, ... Philadelphia

'Shakers' frost extractor. Prepared by Chas. F. Crap, ... Philadelphia

Patent medicine label illustrated with frost-bitten man.

Group of Shakers

Group of Shakers

Group of Shaker women and two men in front of building.

The beginnings of Shaker apple sauce

The beginnings of Shaker apple sauce

Photograph shows an elderly woman, three-quarter length portrait, facing slightly left, seated in a chair, with a large wooden bowl of apples on her lap.

Eldress Fannie Estabrook knitting / Samuel Kravitt.

Eldress Fannie Estabrook knitting / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows Eldress Fannie Estabrook, full-length portrait, sitting, facing left, knitting, at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

A sister's hands, ironing / Samuel Kravitt.

A sister's hands, ironing / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows a close-up view of a sister's hands while she is ironing at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Sister Alice Smith, hands extended / Samuel Kravitt.

Sister Alice Smith, hands extended / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows Sister Alice Smith holding her hands, plams upward, in front of her, possibly demonstrating a dance routine, at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Hands with plane, Brother Ricardo Belden / Samuel Kravitt.

Hands with plane, Brother Ricardo Belden / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows the hands of Brother Ricardo Belden using a wooden plane in a workshop at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Brother Ricardo Belden, box maker / Samuel Kravitt.

Brother Ricardo Belden, box maker / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows Brother Ricardo Belden making wooden oval boxes in a workshop at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Sister Mathilde "Tillie" Schnell, Hancock, Mass. / Samuel Kravitt.

Sister Mathilde "Tillie" Schnell, Hancock, Mass. / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows Sister Mathilde "Tillie" Schnell, full-length portrait, sitting in rocking chair, facing right, at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Box in oval light / Samuel Kravitt.

Box in oval light / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows a Shaker oval box illuminated in oval light, a play of light and shadow, at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Rocker with taped seat / Samuel Kravitt.

Rocker with taped seat / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows a Shaker rocking chair with taped seat at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Smithing, Brother Ricardo Belden / Samuel Kravitt.

Smithing, Brother Ricardo Belden / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows Brother Ricardo Belden, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing sligthly left, blacksmithing, at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Dustpan and brush, Sister Alice Smith / Samuel Kravitt.

Dustpan and brush, Sister Alice Smith / Samuel Kravitt.

Photograph shows a close-up view of Sister Alice Smith's hands holding a brush and dustpan, with iron stove in the background, at the Hancock Shaker village near Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

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