By Priscilla J. Brewer
A fascinating social historical past and creation to the Shakers as either members and participants of a flow.
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The Separate movement within the Congregational church began in Connecticut in the 1740s and institutionalized many of the freedoms introduced during the Great Awakening. The Separates believed in lay ordination, majority rule by church members, freedom from ecclesiastical organization, and emphasized the importance of a converted clergy as opposed to a learned one. " 2 Following hard on this schism in the Congregational ranks over organizational issues, arose one among the Separates over theology.
Courtesy of The Shaker Museum, Old Chatham, New York: #8831; 10,509; 10,803; 10,804; and 13,357. Reprinted from The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, XV (1984), Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, with permission of the editors of The Journal of Interdisciplinary History and the MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Copyright ã 1984 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the editors of the Journal of Interdisciplinary History. Page v For my parents William Dodd Brewer and Alice Van Ess Brewer Page vi Let Zion's children praise the Lord, Yea, sound His holy name.
19 In an America where deist "infidels" were applying the power of reason to the sphere of religion, such proof by "actual experience" was particularly valuable. That Mother Ann, an illiterate blacksmith's daughter from the slums of Manchester, England, was able to give Betts and Goodrich and hundreds of others assurance of their salvation is in itself remarkable. She seems, indeed, to have possessed extraordinary power over people, both individually and in angry mobs. Following a well-established New England tradition, Mother Ann spent most of the years 1781 to 1783 in itinerant preaching throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut, wherever there were small groups of Believers.
Shaker communities, Shaker lives by Priscilla J. Brewer