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eBook Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals (The Radical Tradition in America) ePub

by Clara Endicott Sears

  • ISBN: 0883552477
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Clara Endicott Sears
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hyperion Pr (June 1, 1975)
  • Pages: 298
  • ePub book: 1397 kb
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So when I came across Clara Endicott Sears's aptly-named 1916 volume Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals, I. .

So when I came across Clara Endicott Sears's aptly-named 1916 volume Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals, I decided to find out more about the Shakers from their own pens. As it happens, almost all my assumptions about them were wildly wrong. At several points in the journals, different Believers told anecdotes involving Native American reactions to Mother Ann, which also brought to mind the modern white counter-cultural romancing of Native people. In one incident, for example, a Believer writes that "a number of Indian natives were at the ferry, and on discovering Mother they cried out 'The Good Woman is come!

Sears, Clara Endicott, 1863-. Boston : Houghton Mifflin.

Sears, Clara Endicott, 1863-. Princeton; americana. Princeton Theological Seminary Library.

Clara Endicott Sears (1863–1960) was a New England author . She also collected Hudson River School paintings and other America folk art for the museum. Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals (Houghton Mifflin, 1916).

Clara Endicott Sears (1863–1960) was a New England author, preservationist, and philanthropist. Sears was awarded a gold medal by the National Society of New England Women in 1942. She was a member of the Colonial Dames of America, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, and Society of Mayflower Descendants  . The Bell-Ringer: an old-time village tale (Houghton Mifflin, 1918).

This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals, Compiled by Clara Endicott Sears. Sears was born to a wealthy Yankee family in Boston in 1863. Her parents were Knyvet Winthrop Sears and Mary Crowninshield (Peabody) Sears. Sears was educated at private schools in Boston and by tutors in Europe

Home Browse Books Book details, Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals. It has been my great privilege to be counted as a friend among the Shakers in the old township of Harvard, in Massachusetts, which crowns the uplands overlooking the broad valley of the Nashua.

Home Browse Books Book details, Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals. Gleanings from Old Shaker Journals. By Clara Endicott Sears. A little band of loyal souls still keep the candle of their faith burning in their secluded village, far removed from the outside world, like a shrine hidden in a sanctuary of hilly woodlands.

from old Shaker journals, compiled by Clara Endicott Sears (1916) (14597303747). English: The Sacred Dance.

The origins of the next radical economy is rooted in a tradition that has empowered . ―New York Journal of Books.

The origins of the next radical economy is rooted in a tradition that has empowered people for centuries and is now making a comeback. A new feudalism is on the rise. While monopolistic corporations feed their spoils to the rich.

4 Hartz,, The Liberal Tradition in America, p. 3. 5 Ibid. p. 6 I shall use liberal in three ways in this essay. The first meaning applies to those Western states which have a tradition of representative government and respect for individual rights. The second refers to natural liberalism and applies to a society which has managed to escape the feudal stage of history. The third denotes a specific economic doctrine. 7 As I hope to show below, the absence of an old regime of the European sort did not prevent Australia from developing its own peculiar version of the old society. 8 Democracy in America, ed. Bradley, Phillips (New York, 1956), II, 108.