Connections that last

Paulsell, Stephanie
September 2012
Christian Century;9/5/2012, Vol. 129 Issue 18, p31
The article discusses the nature of memory in light of communities building by Shakers in the U.S. Topics include the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill in Kentucky (Shakertown), Hancock Shaker Village in Hancock, Massachusetts, and the work of photographer Noel Vincentini, who photographed dying Shaker villages during the Great Depression.


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