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Union Village, Ohio, 1769-1937 (continued)
ITEM 199 Book of hymns, verse, and prayers, 1836-1845
BOX 14 REEL 13 ITEM 200 "A selection of hymns composed after the year ending 42 written mostly by Vincy McNemar; sketches from 1842 till 1856," undated
BOX 15 REEL 13 ITEM 201 "A collection of gospel anthems given to the followers of Christ in his second appearing selected and transcribed by Hannah Wilson, Mar. 19, 1843"
ITEM 202 "Funeral hymns sacred to the memory of Brother Andrew C. Houston, Oct. 8, 1844"
ITEM 203 "Omar Pease's book," hymns, Enfield, Conn., circa 1845
ITEM 204 Hymnbook, circa 1842-1846
ITEM 205 Book of hymns and petitions, circa 1846
ITEM 206 Book of anthems, James McNemar, 1846
ITEM 207 "A choice selection of hymns, anthems, and spiritual songs used by the children of Zion," 1846; no. 5, copied by J. P. M. [John Patterson MacLean?]
ITEM 208 "Edwin Burnham's Hymn Book," and prayers, copied by J. Wroten, circa 1854-1862
ITEM 209 Hymnbook, gift from Brother Robert Valentine, 1848
ITEM 210 Hymnbook, Wesley S. King, 1847
BOX 15 REEL 14 ITEM 211 Hymnbook, perhaps from John L. Atcheson, no. 8, J. P. M. [John Patterson MacLean?], 1849-1850
ITEM 212 "A record of hymns, songs, and anthems for the use of James Morris," no. 7, J. P. M. [John Patterson MacLean?], undated
ITEM 213 Hymnbook, circa 1850-1851
ITEM 214 Hymns from "The Scholar's Record Book," circa 1851-1852
ITEM 215 "Mary Ann Holland's book of spiritual songs," 1852
BOX 16 REEL 14 ITEM 216 Hymnbook, Susanna M. Brady, circa 1856-1858
ITEM 217 "Hymn book, the property of Isaac N. Houston; second family, Union Village, Ohio," 1858; no. 3, J. P. M. [John Patterson MacLean?]
ITEM 218 Hymnbook, Caroline Jaynes, circa 1858-1864
ITEM 219 Hymnbook, William Reynolds [?], circa 1853-1868
BOX 16 REEL 15 ITEM 220 "Millennial praises collected by Susanna M. Brady, 1868"
ITEM 221 Hymnbook, William N. Redmon, circa 1865-1872
ITEM 222 Book of hymns, poems, and articles, circa 1853-1873
ITEM 223 Hymnbook, Elizabeth Farr, circa 1878-1881
ITEM 224 Hymnbook, Mary Ann Holland?, circa 1833-1893
ITEM 225 Hymnbook, undated
ITEM 226 Hymnbook, recorded by Anna Granger, Enfield, Conn., undated
BOX 17 REEL 15 ITEM 227 Hymnbook, undated
ITEM 228 Hymnbook, Mary Ransom, undated
BOX 17 REEL 16 ITEM 229 Hymnbook, no. 4, early hymns, J. P. M. [John Patterson MacLean?], undated
ITEM 230 "A brief collection of hymns: improved in sacred worship, written by Isaac Newton Youngs, beginning Jan. 1, 1826"
ITEM 231 Journal, Andrew W. Beattie and Israel Trotter, 1858-1862, and a synopsis of events of the church at Union Village, Ohio, 1805-1850, by Peter Boyd
ITEM 232 Journal, Elder Peter Pease, 1806-1813
ITEM 233 Journal, Lewis Valentine and Gideon Houghes, 1835-1851
BOX 18 REEL 16 ITEM 234 Journal and sketch of "Second Family" origins of Union Village church, 1836-1856
ITEM 235 Daybook, Union Village church, recorded by Daniel Miller, 1843-1847
ITEM 236 Spiritual journal and communications (Vol. J), 1845-1862
BOX 19 REEL 17 ITEM 237 Journal, Naomi Ligier, 1843-1857
ITEM 238 Journal, Daniel Miller, 1848-1855
ITEM 239 Journal, includes poems, hymns, and lists of overnight visitors, 1850-1879
ITEM 240 Verse, 1800-1863, and journal, 1862-1864
ITEM 241 Journal, spiritual communications at the Union Village church, 1863-1874
BOX 20 REEL 17 ITEM 242 Family journal, North Union, Ohio, 1851-1884; no. 1, J. P. M. [John Patterson MacLean?]
BOX 20 REEL 18 ITEM 243 Sketch of socialist experiments by Sister Jane D. Knight, 1856 [?]
ITEM 244 Letter, Jemima Wilkinson, Watervliet, to Elder Brother Joseph Hodgson, 8 May 1842
ITEM 245 Correspondence, 1805-1838, 1860, mostly from Shakers in Miami, Lebanon, Turtle Creek, Union Village, Watervliet, and North Union, Ohio, and Pleasant Hill, Ky.; to Shakers in the New York communities of New Lebanon, Watervliet, and Canaan. Correspondents include Issachar Bates, Nicholas Bennett, David Darrow, Calvin Green, Matthew Houston, Amos Jewett, Garrett Lawrence, David Meacham, John Meacham, Daniel Moseley, Peter Pease, Richard Pelham, William N. Redmon, Proctor Sampson, Eliza Sharp, Richard Spier, David Spinning, Samuel Turner, Freegift Wells, Seth Y. Wells, Noah Worcester, Eleazar Wright, and Isaac N. Youngs.
ITEM 246 Volume of letters, indentures, and other papers, 1824-1838, concerning Shakers in New Lebanon and Watervliet, N.Y.; Pittsfield, Mass.; and Union Village and Watervliet, Ohio. Letters are mostly to Eleazar Wright from Seth Y. Wells [?]. Other correspondents include Nathan Deming, Solomon King, Prudence Morell, and Nathan Sharp.
ITEM 247 Peter Boyd, letterbook, 1851-1862, and diary, 1893-1895
ITEM 248 "Western letters, Manuscript III," 1809-1811. Compilation of letters from Shakers at Lebanon, and Union Village (Turtle Creek), Ohio, and Pleasant Hill, Ky.
BOX 21 REEL 18 ITEM 249 Indentures, correspondence, and other papers, concerning Busro and West Union, Ind., 1812-1836
ITEM 250 Samuel Swan McClelland, "A memorandum of remarkable events" concerning Busro and West Union, Ind., 1805-1827
ITEM 251 "The declaration and testimony of Nancy McKee, a visionist at White-water," 1842
ITEM 252 Summary of notes concerning Union Village, Ohio, by Susanna Cole Liddell [?], 1805-1843
ITEM 253-256 Diaries, memoranda of events, and other writings, by Richard McNemar, circa 1824-1835
ITEM 257 Richard McNemar, biographical material copied from a newspaper article by A. H. Dunlavy, 1874; notes written at Union Village, 1904
BOX 21 REEL 19 ITEM 258 "The Kentucky Revival," Richard McNemar, Union Village, Ohio. Published in Albany, N.Y., 1808; reprinted in The Manifesto, vol. 21 (Feb.-Dec. 1891) and vol. 22 (Jan.-July 1892). Includes a manuscript poem.
ITEM 259 Notes, testimony of Christ's second appearing, third edition, undated
BOX 22 REEL 19 ITEM 260 Covenant and list of members, Tyringham, Mass., circa 1797-1800; volume of writings including a diary, 1841-1843, and "Table Monitor"
ITEM 261 Church covenant, 1812
ITEM 262 Documents copied from Shaker communities at Union Village and Watervliet, Ohio, including covenants, lists of members, memoranda of events, circular letters, statements of church members, indentures, and other material, circa 1807-1836
(1 vol.)
ITEM 263 Documents copied from church records at Watervliet, Ohio, including memoranda of events, covenant, list of members, indentures, and other material, circa 1804-1882
(1 vol.)
BOX 22 REEL 20 ITEM 264 "The covenant of the South family in the United Society (commonly called Shakers) in Enfield, 1827"
ITEM 265 "The covenant of the West family in the United Society (commonly called Shakers) in Enfield, 1829"
ITEM 266 "The covenant or Constitution of the Church of the United Society at North Union, Ohio," circa 1830-1871
ITEM 267 Declarations of faith by members from Union Village and Watervliet, Ohio, 1841
ITEM 268 "The Word of Holy and Eternal Wisdom, directed to the beloved ministry at Wisdom's Valley . . . 1844," confirmed and sealed at Holy Mount, New Lebanon, N.Y., copy, 1844
ITEM 269 "The holy word of the Lord God almighty, the holy one of Israel to his chosen people throughout Zion's habitations, given at Wisdom's Valley and written by inspiration at the Holy Mount, Mar. 15, 1843"
BOX 23 REEL 20 ITEM 270 "Jehovah's chosen square. Revelation thereof. July 29, 1844," and descriptions of meetings, 1844-1847
ITEM 271 "The Word of Holy and Eternal Wisdom, directed to the beloved ministry at Wisdom's Valley . . . 1844," confirmed and sealed at Holy Mount, New Lebanon, N.Y., copy, 1844
ITEM 272 "Covenant of the West family or central institution of the Order of Young Believers in the United Society at Union Village," 1841-1843
ITEM 273-274 "Rules and orders for the Church of Christ's second appearing established by the ministry and elders of the Church, New Lebanon, N.Y. May 1860" (two copies)
ITEM 275 Queries and church orders, undated
ITEM 276 Words of Mother Wisdom to the ministry of the North Family from a book copied by Mother Ann, 1841, carried to Watervliet by Father James, received at New Lebanon, N.Y., and transcribed, 1841
ITEM 277 "A little book of communications received Aug. 25, 1842, in the name of our ever-blessed Mother Lucy. Copied by inspiration, Aug. 27th," New Lebanon, N.Y. [?]
ITEM 278 Family journal, North Union, Ohio, 1840-1859
ITEM 279 Daybook, Mill family, North Union, Ohio, 1879-1894
ITEM 280 "Harmonial Philosophy," William Offord, New Lebanon, N.Y., 1873. Written to editor of Human Nature in response to the article by A. Gardner entitled "Individualism v. communism," also included.
ITEM 281 "A sketch of the life and religious experience of Richard W. Pelham" of Union Village and a founder of North Union, Ohio, copy, undated
ITEM 282 Writings or notes by Richard W. Pelham on theological subjects, such as Hebrew text, the Church, Trinity, Eucharist, 1828-1830 [?]
(1 vol.)
BOX 24 REEL 20 ITEM 283 "The narrative and testimony of R. W. Pelham," 1843
ITEM 284 "Aphorisms, original and select; together with, short essays, pious aspirations, parables, and concise notes on certain scripture texts," no. 2 [John Patterson MacLean?], 1860
ITEM 285 List of deceased from Union Village, Ohio, 1807-1822; diary of Harriet E. Poor, 1862-1865; and daybook of Jane Wheeler, 1870-1872, no. 6 [John Patterson MacLean?]
ITEM 286 Prophecy from Holy Mother Wisdom given by Father James Whittaker, 1843. Copied at North Union, Ohio, by James S. Prescott, 1881
ITEM 287 Journal, Center family of North Union, Ohio, recorded by James S. Prescott, 1860-1888
ITEM 288 William Pursell, notebook containing a record of births and deaths and diary notes, 1863, undated
ITEM 289 Elcey Patterson, notebook containing a poem and list of deceased Shakers, 1818-1875
BOX 25 REEL 21 ITEM 290 "Records of the Church at North Union containing the rise and progress of the Church" by James S. Prescott and others, 1822-1886
ITEM 291 Church record or memorandum of events, 1841-1844
ITEM 292 "Office record by James S. Prescott, Jan. 26, 1882," North Union, Ohio
BOX 26 REEL 21 ITEM 293 Promises or agreements, 1861-1875
ITEM 294 Spiritual journal or church record of events, 1874-1881
BOX 26 REEL 22 ITEM 295 Journal, Giles Bushnell Avery [?] and C. G. Reed, concerning the boys school, New Lebanon, N.Y., 1837-1842
ITEM 296 Restrictions or rules, undated
ITEM 297 Journal, Ebenezer Rice, Whitewater and Watervliet, Ohio, 1856-1894
ITEM 298 Journal, Sally Sharp, 1805-1880
ITEM 299 Record of births and deaths, mostly from Shaker communities in Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts, 1769-1867
ITEM 300 Extract From An Unpublished Manuscript on Shaker History (by an Eye Witness.) Giving an Accurate Description of Their Songs, Dances, Marches, Visions, Visits to the Spirit Land. &c. (Boston: E. K. Allen, 1850. 48 pp.)
ITEM 301 Church records including lists of members, descriptions of the buildings, correspondence, agreements, circa 1815-1839, no. 1 [John Patterson MacLean?]
BOX 27 REEL 22 ITEM 302 Legal documents
Daniel Boyd and Ithamar Johnson v. Nathan Sharp, William Sharp, Caleb Bates, and Jonathan Bates, 1830-1836
Shaker Society v. Gass, Banta, et al., Pleasant Hill, Ky., undated
ITEM 303 "General rules of the United Society and summary articles of mutual agreement and release, ratified and confirmed by the United Society at Watervliet, Montgomery County, Ohio, Jan. 1833"
ITEM 304 Document copies including legislation from the Ohio general assembly; legal records from case of Daniel Boyd and Ithamar Johnson v. Nathan Sharp, William Sharp, Caleb Bates, and Jonathan Bates, 1836-1837; and memorandum of events, 1830-1831
ITEM 305 Notes on wearing apparel and living style and recipes for cider, New Lebanon, N.Y., and Union Village, Ohio, 1816, 1840, undated
ITEM 306 List of proper wearing apparel for women, Pittsfield, Mass., 1840, and a bill of articles for Betsey Carson, undated
ITEM 307 Giles Bushnell Avery [?], exercises in shorthand or phonography, circa 1840-1843
ITEM 308 Miscellany, including poems, one from Enfield, Conn.; broadside, "Relief for the Afflicted"; and inventories of clothing for members, possibly in New Lebanon, N.Y., or Union Village, Ohio, 1840-1841
ITEM 309 "A little book of communications," Mother Lucy Wright [?], 25 Aug. 1842
ITEM 310 Records concerning the death of Sister Jemime Peas, 1842
ITEM 311 Journal, 1841-1844
ITEM 312 Rules for washing, ironing, bathing, making shirts, plaiting gowns, making clothes, and giving to the poor, City of Union, Enfield, Conn., 1846, and a message from Mother Dana, 1851
ITEM 313-315 "Temperance the best preserver of health," by Seth Y. Wells, circa 1846 (3 vols.), and letter from Seth Y. Wells, New Lebanon, N.Y., to Sally Loomis Harvard, Mass., 1846
ITEM 316 Book of poems, circa 1851
ITEM 317 Journal, 1850-1851
ITEM 318 Book of phonography or shorthand, circa 1852
ITEM 319 Book of notes and criticism by O. C. Hampton [?], 1853, 1881
BOX 27 REEL 23 ITEM 320 List of fruit grafted by David Rowley and list of fruit in the West Orchard, 1855
ITEM 321 Record of books lent by the Shaker library, 1865-1869; considerations on the conduct of meetings by the ministry at New Lebanon, N.Y., 1870; aphorisms, Union Village, Ohio, 1871; journal, 1873-1874
(1 vol.)
ITEM 322 "Constitution, bylaws, and minutes of the Union Village Scientific and Progressive Association," 1871-1873 (vol. 1) See also item numbers 324- 325
ITEM 323 William Offord, undated comments on "The New Birth," by John R. Cooper, in Shaker and Shakeress Monthly, Dec. 1873
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