Work and Worship: the Economic Order of the Shakers e-book
by Edward Deming Andrews
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by Edward Deming Andrews. Published 1974 by New York Graphic Society in Greenwich, Conn.
224 pages : 23 cm. Reprint. Originally published: Work and worship. New York Graphic Society, 1974. Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-222) and index. Hearts to God - Hands to work - The Shakers and the law - The world appraisal - Diminishing returns.
The Shakers, who believed that spiritual ties were more significant than blood relationships .
The Shakers, who believed that spiritual ties were more significant than blood relationships, organized the community at Watervliet into four, large "families," each of which formed an independent, self-supporting unit with its own buildings, although all members worshiped in the same meetinghouse. They were known as the "Church," "North," "West," and "South" families .