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    A woven plush rag rug with “peacock fringe” border, 1890, made by Sister Ada S. Cummings of the Sabbathday Lake Shaker community. A Shaker woven plush rag rug from 1890.

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    Photo credit: Alan LaValle. Rocking Armchair Adapted to a Wheelchair, 1810-1830, Maker Unknown. Collection of the Shaker Museum| Mount Lebanon, New Lebanon, New York.

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    The brethrens’ meeting uniform, c. 1870, includes a wool hat, coat, vest and pants; suede and wool boots; cotton shirt; and a wood and ivory walking stick. The brethrens’ meeting uniform, c. 1870, includes wool and cotton clothing, suede and wool boots, and a wood and ivory walking stick.

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    Photo credit: Alan LaValle Wooden Bowl. Collection of the Shaker Museum| Mount Lebanon, New Lebanon, New York.

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