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Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community Meetinghouse, West of State Route 26, South of North Raymond Roa, Sabbathday Lake Village, Cumberland County, ME



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Item Title


Location
South of North Raymond Roa, Sabbathday Lake Village, ME

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS ME-107
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-48).
Building/structure dates: 1794 initial construction
Significance: An excellent example of this building type and of fine framing and carpentry, representing a vernacular survival of exposed framing and simple trim. Unusually effective in its design and detail, the Meetinghouse illustrates, at an early date, that spare neatness and precision which was to become typical of the Shaker tradition.

Subjects
"Mission 66" Program
Galleries & Museums
Meeting Houses


Related Names
Johnson, Moses
Shakers


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey Gerda Peterich, Photographer June 1962 EAST ELEVATION
2. Historic American Buildings Survey Gerda Peterich, Photographer June 1962 SOUTH AND WEST ELEVATIONS
3. Historic American Buildings Survey Gerda Peterich, Photographer June 1962 FROM MINISTRY, SECOND FLOOR
4. Historic American Buildings Survey Gerda Peterich, Photographer June 1962 MEETING ROOM, LEFT
5. Historic American Buildings Survey Gerda Peterich, Photographer June 1962 MEETING ROOM, RIGHT
6. Historic American Buildings Survey Gerda Peterich, Photographer June 1962 SECOND- FLOOR CHAMBER
7. Historic American Buildings Survey PHOTOCOPY OF 35-3/8' X 21-7/8' INK AND WATER COLOR VIEW OF SABBATHDAY LAKE (SHAKER VILLAGE) IN TOWNSHIP OF NEW GLOUCESTER, MAINE. VIEW OWNED BY THE UNITED SOCIETY OF SHAKERS, SABBATHDAY LAKE, MAINE - HOUSED IN THE COMMUNITY'S SHAKER MUSEUM
8. Historic American Buildings Survey PHOTOCOPY OF ENGRAVING OF NOVITIATE ORDER, POLAND HILL. FROM HISTORY OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY, MAINE (PHILADELPHIA: EVERTS AND PECK, 1880), FACING PAGE 328
9. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 LOOKING EAST
10. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 LOOKING NORTHEAST
11. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 LOOKING SOUTHWEST
12. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 FIRST FLOOR LOOKING SOUTHEAST
13. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 FIRST FLOOR LOOKING SOUTHEAST
14. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 LOOKING NORTH (INTERIOR)
15. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 LOOKING NORTH (INTERIOR)
16. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 LOOKING NORTH (INTERIOR)
17. Historic American Buildings Survey Miller/Swift, Photographers 1970 REAR ELEVATION AND SIDE ELEVATION WITH STAIR TOWER
18. Historic American Buildings Survey Miller/Swift, Photographers 1970 DETAIL OF ENTRANCE
19. Historic American Buildings Survey Elmer R. Pearson, Photographer 1969 GATE TO NORTH DOOR OF MEETINGHOUSE LOOKING EAST


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