United Society of Believers
( Shakers) Papers
Box Folder Description
Series I: Correspondence
1 1 Correspondence, 1806- 1860s.
2 Correspondence, 1870- 1889, and undated.
Series 11: Spiritual Communications and Religious Writings
3 S~ iritual communications and circular letters.
4 Volume, spiritualism, North Union, 1838- 1846;
spiritual communications, 1839- 1845.
5 Spiritual communications, 1846- 1872.
6 Volume, " Spiritualism, North Union, 1846";
Volume, " A Narrative of a visit among Spirits of
7 Volume, " Lives and Sufferings of Christ our Holy
Savior and our Blessed Mother Ann In two
Parts. Given by Inspiration in the Church at
Harvard October 1845. Copied at New Lebanon
8 Volume, " The Youths Guide in Zion and Holy Mothers
Promises. Given at New Lebanon Jan 5th 1841";
Volume, " Sacred Instruction. Adapted to the
gathering Orders of Believers Throughout the
united Branches of Zion. Written by the
finger of Eternal Wisdom. Copied through
Inspiration by a mortal hand at the Second
Family in Wisdom's Valley ( Watervliet)
Saturday morning Febly 26, 1842".
Volume, 18Spiritual Revelations, March 11, 1846 -
February 28, 1847".
Volume, " Select Communications from the Spiritual
World, given by Divine Inspiration at North-
Volume, " Rules & Orders for the Church of Christ's
Second Appearing Established by the Ministry
& Elders of the Church, Revised &
Reestablished By the Same. New Lebanon, N. Y.
Divine revelations and communications, 1838- 1847.
Volume, *' Divine Mysteries of God; The origin of
Evil: and the coming of Christ or Heavenly
Bridegroom and Bride Explained. 1844".
Volume, IIInspired Communication 1842".
Volume, l1Revelation to Children by Ann Lee ( Mother
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