VOLUME 3 / NUMBER 3
IN THIS ISSUE: A Matter of Faith
Enfield’s Shaking Quakers
Church Silver: Sell or Save?
On the cover:
Shaker Eldress Miriam Offord (left) with unidentified woman in Enfield, CT, c. 1910.
|pg 7||From the Publisher:|
|pg 8||Letters, etc.|
|pg 12||Making Their Presence Known. By Marsha Lotstein. Photos selected by Nancy O. Albert|
|pg 20||What’s a Puritan, & Why Didn’t They Stay in Massachusetts? By Walter Woodward|
|pg 24||Enfield’s Shaker Legacy. By Mike Miller|
|pg 30||Hartford Seminary’s Muslim Mission. By Alexis Rankin Popik|
|pg 34||re: Collections
From Talcott to Main Street: Hartford’s First African-American Church. By Tamara Verrett
|pg 36||Shoebox Archives
Architect John McMahon’s plans for an “American Perpendicular” Catholic church. By Joseph P. McMahon
Charter Oak Cultural Center. By Scott L. Wands
Cedar Hill Cemetery. By Irene McHugh
A Farmington church sells its inheritance.
By Bill Hosley
|pg 44||Soapbox Archives
Papers provide peek inside a New England Congregational meeting house.
Three must-see exhibitions, celebrating Nathan Hale’s 50th birthday, and what’s new on view at The Mark Twain House.