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Shakers


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    • United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing
    • Millennial Church
    • Alethians
    • United Society of Shakers
    • United Society of Believers
    • Believers of Chosen Land
    • Shaker Society
    • United Society
    • Church of Christ's Second Appearing
    • Order of Young Believers in the United Society
    • United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Coming
    • United Society of True Believers
    • Church of Christ
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    • Sources

      • found: Richards, D. In time & eternity, 1986:t.p. (United Society of Shakers)
      • found: Stein, S. J. The Shaker experience in America, 1992:CIP t.p. (United Society of Believers)
      • found: NUCMC data from United Society of Shakers, Shaker Library for Babbitt, C.W. Diary, 1862-1863(Shakers; United Society of Shakers)
      • found: Encycl. Amer. rel., c1993(United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing; Sabbathday Lake, Me.; popularly called the Shakers; developed ca. 1830; in middle-late 19th c., there were 19 communities from Maine to Kentucky with over 6,000 members; currently ca. 10 members in Maine and Canterbury, N.H.)
      • found: Phone call to A. Gilbert, Librarian, Shaker Library, 7-11-94(heading Shakers is acceptable; formal name is United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing; other variants: Believers of Chosen Lane; Shaker Society; Church of Christ's Second Appearing; United Society; and Order of Young Believers in the United Society; community at Sabbathday Lake (formerly New Gloucester); mailing address is Poland Spring)
      • found: NUCMC data from Maine Historical Society for Its Account book, 1800-1801(Shakers, United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Coming, of Sabbathday Lake Community, Poland, Me.)
      • found: NUCMC data from Shaker Library for United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Inc. Records, 1972-2001(United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Inc.; non-profit education corporation which operates the Shaker Museum, Shaker Library, and Herb Depot.; created 1972 as outreach of the Shaker Society)
      • found: Day-Star (Cincinnati, Ohio), 1847(United Society of True Believers)
      • found: Dunlavy, J. The manifesto, or A declaration of the doctrines and practice of the Church of Christ, 1812.
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      • 1980-05-28: new
      • 2012-03-06: revised
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