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** [https://www.google.com/search?tbo=p&tbm=bks&q=inauthor:%22M.+Stephen+Miller%22 Other books by M. Stephen Miller]
 
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* [https://www.hamilton.edu/lits/couperpress/shaker-studies Richard W. Couper Press, Shaker Series, Hamilton College]
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* [https://www.hamilton.edu/offices/lits/special-collections/couperpress/shaker-studies-page-1 Richard W. Couper Press, Shaker Series, Hamilton College]
  
 
== Older books, current era ==
 
== Older books, current era ==
 
* SHAKER COMMUNITIES, SHAKER LIVES by Priscilla J. Brewer  
 
* SHAKER COMMUNITIES, SHAKER LIVES by Priscilla J. Brewer  
 
** [https://books.google.com/books?id=RiF26Kta0yEC&source=gbs_navlinks_s On google books]
 
** [https://books.google.com/books?id=RiF26Kta0yEC&source=gbs_navlinks_s On google books]

Latest revision as of 17:57, 30 January 2020

Study groups and Seminars

    • Hamilton College Shaker Studies Mailing list (request information from webmaster at shakertown.net)

Shaker Collections

Books and others

Databases for Shaker Theses/Dissertations and Shaker Exhibits

Jerry Brewington <brewgator@hotmail.com> collected these two databases:
List of Shaker Dissertations (updated Jan 23, 2019)
List of Shaker Exhibits (updated Jan 23, 2019)

The exhibits database column that says 'Cat.' is to indicate whether there was a published catalogue or not. If there is an asterisk beside it, that means I have it. If there is a 'yes' with no asterisk and you have a catalogue that you are willing to donate or sell, please let me know. I hope the links in the Theses database work. They did for me.

Thanks to those who also agreed to share their information with me, whether it be a catalogue or a photo (thanks again to Rich Spence for digging up the Watervliet, Ohio meeting house photo - what a find!)

Recent Articles about the Shakers

  • American Ancestors, Fall 2018
    • p35. Shakers in by Family by Peter H Van Demark and
    • p39 Resources for Researching your Eastern Shaker Ancestors by Stephen Paterwic

Modern Books by Friends of Shakers

Older books, current era