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2 edition of Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky found in the catalog.

Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky

Jean Healan Thomason

Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky

by Jean Healan Thomason

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Published by Kentucky Folklore Society in Bowling Green .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJean Healan Thomason.
SeriesKentucky folklore series -- no. 3
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17562431M

Manuscript book of 30 poems written by Dr. Lewis H. Averitt, physician of Caledonia, Trigg County, Kentucky, between Several of the poems are about the Whig party in Kentucky, Papers - Smith, Furman A., I will fight and never slack, South Union, Kentucky. JC: According to Patterson, “Warring” excercises, based on the heavenly combats described in the Book of Revelations, were common at Shaker meetings through the s. III. Visions and warnings. Celestial choir, Canterbury, N.H.

Recently Carol Medlicott, professor of cultural and historical geography at Northern Kentucky University, published an article about music in the western Shaker communities titled “Let’s mingle our feelings”: Gender and Collectivity in the Music of the Shaker West” in Common-Place, vol. 13, no. 3 (Winter ). In the article she features photographs of manuscript music from several. union village, oh 21 unknown communities 21 copied bound manuscripts canterbury, nh 23 enfield, ct 24 hancock, ma 24 harvard, ma 26 mount lebanon, ny 27 north union, oh 30 pleasant hill, ky 31 south union, ky 32 watervliet, ny 33 unknown community 34 miscellaneous

Shaker Manuscript Hymnals from South Union, Kentucky () Call Number: KEN./MLS5 T5 The Life of Cassius Marcellus Clay; Memoirs, Writings, and Speeches, Showing His Conduct in the Overthrow of American Slavery, the Salvation of the Union, and the Restoration of the Autonomy of the States () Call Number: KEN./EC55 A3 Author: Kinzie Wells. March (Clamanda) Shaker Song from a manuscript (Whitewater, OH, ) O Zion Arise Shaker Song from a manuscript (South Union, KY, ca. ) Free Americay! text after Joseph Warren () music adapted from The British Grenadiers (18 th C.) from The American Patriotic Songbook (Philadelphia, PA, ).


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Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky (Kentucky folklore series) [Thomason, Jean Healan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky (Kentucky folklore series).

Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky. Bowling Green, Kentucky Folklore Society, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jean Healan Thomason; Fann R Herndon; Kentucky Library.

Six hymnals and music books dating fromcompiled by various Shakers at South Union: Nancy McNemar, a group of Center family sisters, Mary Edwards(?), Birdie and Virgie Breedlove, and Harvey L. Eads. Finding aid and scan (Click on "additional files" below) for Manuscripts Small Collection Manuscript hymn book and instructional manual used by the Shakers at South Union, Kentucky.

Includes copied portions of Isaac N. Youngs' "Rules of Music."Author: Manuscripts & Folklife Archives. Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection Business records, deeds, notes, receipts, surveys, agreements, bill of complaint, etc., ; account books, Author: Manuscripts & Folklife Archives.

I'll go along with the Shakers who attributed this Shaker hymn to Issachar Bates for the music and Richard Pelham for the words, with the date of and it originated at North Union, Ohio not South Union, Kentucky.

A copy of a manuscript with that identification is included in my book, A Guide to Shaker. (South Union, Ky., ), by H. Eads (page images at HathiTrust) Shaker sermons: scripto-rational. Containing the substance of Shaker theology. Together with replies and criticisms logically and clearly set forth.

(South Union, Ky., ), by H. Eads (page images at HathiTrust) Pearly gate of the true life and doctrine for believers in. Buy Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky (Kentucky folklore series) by Jean Healan Thomason (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Author: Jean Healan Thomason. The collection is comprised chiefly of business papers and manuscript books of the Shaker Society at South Union, Kentucky.

The business papers consist primarily of land transactions, receipts, and account books. One account book records transactions made on a southern seed-selling trip. Guide to the David R.

Proper Shaker Manuscript Collection, Collection number: MC Size: 24 boxes ( ) About David R. Proper () David Proper, a resident of Keene, N.H., graduated from the University of New Hampshire in Abstract. Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection Business records, deeds, notes, receipts, surveys, agreements, bill of complaint, etc., ; account books, ; journals, ; agreement book of probationary members, ; and manuscript hymnals, (6) of the Shaker Society of South Union, KentuckyAuthor: Manuscripts \u26 Folklife Archives.

The South Union, Kentucky, Shaker Society was located in Logan County, Kentucky, southwest of Bowling Green. From the description of South Union, Kentucky, Shaker Society records, () [microform]. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: Those framed in New Lebanon were for use in all the Shaker colonies.

Edward Andrews, in The People Called Shakers, says that these books existed only in manuscript and were not intended for common perusal.

He speaks of Covenants of, and and prints the last. Reference materials in the Julia Neal Library and the SUSV collection are stored in closed stacks or storage areas and must be retrieved by and replaced by a staff member. Only use one book, manuscript, or item at a time. When manuscript boxes contain multiple folders, you may use three sequential folders at a time.

SOUTH UNION SHAKER. 11 Jean H. Thomason, Shaker Manuscript Hymnals from South Union, Kentucky, with comment on the musical notation by Frann R. Herndon and Introduction by Julia Neal (Bowling Green.

Shaker Literature: A Bibliography, Volume 1 Volume 1 of Shaker Literature: A Bibliography in Two Volumes, Mary L. Richmond Shaker Literature: A Bibliography, Mary L.

Hurt Richmond. Mother Lucy Wright introduced new hymns and dances to make sermons more lively. She also helped write Benjamin S. Youngs' book The Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing (). Shaker missionaries entered Kentucky and Ohio after the Cane Ridge, Kentucky revival of –, which was an outgrowth of the Logan County, Kentucky, Revival of Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky Jean Healan Thomason Not In Library.

Riddles form the Cumberland Valley Charles Snow Guthrie Common Subjects Search for books published by Kentucky Folklore Society. subjects. Folklore, American Riddles. Records (Shakers - South Union, Kentucky) - Shakers - South Union, Kentucky. Diary of Shaker eldress Nancy E. Moore, and a journal, probably kept by Shaker eldress Lucy Shannon.

The diary and journal record life in the Shaker colony at South Union, Kentucky, with Moore's diary focused on the Civil War years The chorus of this hymn is sometimes accompanied today by hand-clapping: "Sing on, dance on, Followers of Emanuel, Sing on, dance on, ye Followers of the Lamb." One of the most popular Shaker songs in recent decades has been "GENTLE WORDS" (No.

5), composed by Sister Polly Rupe at Pleasant Hill, Kentucky about. Kentucky. University of Kentucky Library, Lexington. Finding Aid to the Shaker Manuscript Collection (primary focus is on the Shaker community at South Union, KY) North Carolina. University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill.

Guide to Shaker Collection, (original records, chieflyfrom the Shaker community at South Union.Shaker your (book)plate: A bibliography of printed and manuscript materials in the Julia Neal Library (Shakertown at South Union) and the Kentucky Kentucky University at Bowling Green) [Jeffrey, Jonathan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Shaker your (book)plate: A bibliography of printed and manuscript materials in the Julia Neal Library (Shakertown at South Union.PREPARER'S NOTE: THE UNBOUND SHAKER MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION SOUTH UNION, KY 32 UNION VILLAGE, OH 33 WATERVLIET, NY 33 WHITE WATER, OH 34 catalogued, relating to his collecting and working with Shaker ms.

hymns [Sr. L.M.F.,community physician.