An account of the conduct of the people called Shakers :
in the case of Eunice Chapman and her children, since her husband became acquainted with that people, and joined their society /
written by herself ...
|Main Author:||Chapman, Eunice, 1778-1863.|
Albany : Printed for the authoress, at no. 95 State-Street, five doors east of the Episcopal Church, 1817.
Chapman, James, /
Chapman, Eunice, > Chapman, Eunice, / 1778-1863.
Shakers > Shakers / New York (State)
Custody of children > Custody of children / New York (State)
Divorce > Divorce / New York (State)
Error in paging: p. 13 misnumbered 31.
"Resolved, as the sense of this Senate, that it would be expedient and proper to pass a law, declaring Eunice Chapman divorced from her marriage contract with her husband ...": p. vii.
viii, , 10-60 p. ;
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