Mount Lebanon Shaker Village

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The Mount Lebanon Shaker Village is a historic site associated with the Shakers, a Protestant religious denomination. Founded as a communal group in the 1787, the Shakers located their Central Ministry in New Lebanon, New York, United States, and built a village that eventually covered several thousand acres and housed hundreds of Believers. (See also Mount Lebanon Shaker Society and Isaac N. Youngs.)

Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon is moving from Old Chatham, New York to the Mount Lebanon Shaker Village.[1] They are in the process of restoring the buildings of the former Shaker North Family there.

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Coordinates: 42°27′35″N 73°22′50″W / 42.4596°N 73.3806°W / 42.4596; -73.3806