By Their Fruits: The Story of Shakerism in South Union, Kentucky (Paperback)

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By Their Fruits: The Story of Shakerism in South Union, Kentucky By Julia Neal Cover Image


This is the story of the successful communal living in South Union, Kentucky, by the Shakers. Although quiet and conservative in matters of dress and living quarters, these people believed in the usefulness of modern invention that would make God's work" easier and better. This book about their beliefs and way of life contributes to a better understanding of this socioreligious group."

Originally published in 1947.

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Product Details
ISBN: 9780807879290
ISBN-10: 0807879290
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
Publication Date: January 1st, 2012
Pages: 292
Language: English