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The Shakers hands to work, hearts to God.

They called themselves the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, but because of their ecstatic dancing, the world called them Shakers. Through diaries, archival photographs, music and stunning cinematography, Ken Burns creates a moving portrait of this group.

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  • "They called themselves the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, but because of their ecstatic dancing, the world called them Shakers. Through diaries, archival photographs, music and stunning cinematography, Ken Burns creates a moving portrait of this group."@en
  • "They called themselves the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, but because of their ecstatic dancing, the world called them Shakers. Through diaries, archival photographs, music and stunning cinematography, Ken Burns creates a moving portrait of this group."
  • "This revealing and poignant film by Ken Burns portrays 200 years of Shaker life in America, guided by the recollections of the three surviving members of the faith, along with a wealth of archival material from over 40 collections. Explore every aspect of this strange and noble sect that produced some of the greatest architecture and furniture in American history."
  • "This revealing and poignant film by Ken Burns portrays 200 years of Shaker life in America, guided by the recollections of the three surviving members of the faith, along with a wealth of archival material from over 40 collections. Explore every aspect of this strange and noble sect that produced some of the greatest architecture and furniture in American history."@en
  • "Called Shakers due to their ecstatic dancing, this religious group practiced pacifism, feminism, freedom from prejudice, natural health, and celibacy. They were the most enduring religious experiment in American history and are remembered today for their life of simplicity and their furniture."
  • "Documentary about the history of the Shakers."
  • "Home use only."@en
  • "A portrait of 200 years of a truly original way of life, showing both the excellent craftsmanship of the Shakers and details of their lifestyle. Includes historic stills, remembrances from three surviving Shaker women, traditional music and writings, and commentary by noted historians and critics. Filmed at several Shaker community sites."@en
  • "A portrait of 200 years of a truly original way of life, showing both the excellent craftsmanship of the Shakers and details of their lifestyle. Includes historic stills, remembrances from three surviving Shaker women, traditional music and writings, and commentary by noted historians and critics. Filmed at several Shaker community sites."
  • "Documentary about the lifestyle of the Shakers, an American religious sect, their handiwork, celibacy, self-sustenance and religious fervor"
  • "A historical documentary on an American religious sect known as the Shakers because of their ecstatic dancing. Touches first on the Shaker's superficial identity as celibate chairmakers, then pursues their historical and social significance through the use of archival photos, paintings, live shots of landscape and architecture, and on-camera interviews."@en
  • "Called Shakers due to their ecstatic dancing, they were the most enduring religious experiment in American history and are remembered today for their life of simplicity and their furniture."
  • ""They called themselves the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, but because of their ecstatic dancing, the world called them Shakers. Through diaries, archival photographs, music and stunning cinematography, Ken Burns creates a moving portrait of this group"."
  • "A historical documentary on an American religious sect which, at its height in 1840, included six thousand believers. Touches first on the Shaker's superficial identity as celibate chairmakers, then pursues their historical and social significance through the use of archival photos, paintings, live shots of landscapes and architecture, and on-camera interviews."@en
  • "A poignant film by Ken Burns portrays 200 years of Shaker life in America, guided by recollections of three surviving members and archival material. Explore every aspect of a strange, noble sect that produced some of the greatest architecture and furniture in U.S. history. This story of devotion, invention, ingenuity, simple crafts, and dance was filmed at existing Shaker locations, with music re-created from authentic songs."@en
  • "A historical documentary on an American religious sect which, at its height in 1840, included six thousand believers in 19 communities. Touches first on the Shakers' superficial identity as celibate chairmakers, then pursues their historical and social significance through the use of archival photos, paintings, live shots of landscapes and architecture, and on-camera interviews."@en

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  • "Documentary television programs."
  • "Documentary television programs."@en
  • "Feature films"@en
  • "Video recordings"
  • "Feature films."@en
  • "Documentary films."@en
  • "Documentary films."
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."@en
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."
  • "History"
  • "History"@en
  • "Nonfiction films."@en
  • "Nonfiction films."
  • "Video tapes."@en
  • "History."
  • "History."@en
  • "Documentary television programs"
  • "Film documentaire (Descripteur de forme)"

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  • "Shakers"
  • "The Shakers hands to work, hearts to God."@en
  • "Shakers."@en
  • "The Shakers hands to work, hearts to God /"@en
  • "Hands to work, hearts to God"
  • "Hands to work, hearts to God"@en
  • "The Shakers hands to work, hearts to God /"
  • "The Shakers hands to work, hearts to God /"@en
  • "Hearts to God"
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  • "The Shakers: hands to work, hearts to God"
  • "The Shakers"
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  • "The Shakers--hands to work, hearts to God"@en