4 edition of Memoir of Jemima Wilkinson found in the catalog.
Published in 1821 under title: History of Jemima Wilkinson.
|LC Classifications||BR1719.W5 H8 1844|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||37024316|
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[David Hudson]. Published in under title: History of Jemima Wilkinson. Memoir of Jemima Wilkinson, a preacheress of the Memoir of Jemima Wilkinson book century; containing an authentic narrative of her life and character, and of the rise, progress and conclusion of her ministryPages: Rhode Island can claim as its own Jemima Wilkinson, an important religious prophet and utopian leader in early America.
Recently, she has been highlighted in college U.S. history text books as the first American-born woman to found a religious movement, and as an early strong female figure who led a group of devoted followers, including some powerful and wealthy men, in an Author: Christian Mcburney.
This account by Mr. Hudson may therefore be too harsh and cunning for those who have not already understood that Jemima Wilkinson is the most remarkable figure of American History. Despite the unfairness of tone, this book does contain factual 3/5(1).
An early biography of Jemima Wilkinson by David Hudson, History of Jemima Wilkinson: A Preacheress of the Eighteenth Century published in Geneva, New York, in and then as Memoir of Jemima Wilkinson published in Bath, New York, in is not considered reliable because of its prejudice against Jemima Wilkinson and her Society.
Jemima Wilkinson, also called (from October ) Publick Universal Friend, (born NovemCumberland, Rhode Island [U.S.]—died July 1,near present-day Penn Yan, New York, U.S.), American religious leader who founded an unorthodox Christian sect, the Universal Friends, many of whose adherents declared her a messiah.
Indeed, the sect would not survive after her death. This work, first published inattributed to David Hudson (SABIN and HOWES H). 6, p.
18mo (cm.). ; publisher's full sheep, red gilt morocco spine label; viii,pp.; portrait frontispiece. "Pioneer Prophetess: Jemima Wilkinson, the Publick Universal Friend" is a well written biography of Jemima Wilkinson, the first female preacher / prophetess / religious reformer to emerge from the newly formed United States that had a significant following/5.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes Published later under title: Memoir of Jemima Wilkinson. I've never been so thoroughly disgusted with a book.
In Jemima J, Jane Green glorifies anorexia and then tries to claim that the main character is merely "obsessed" with exercising, even though she is clearly not result.
Jemima loses a massive amount of weight (about 80 lbs.) in a short period of time, and all of a sudden, men can't keep their eyes off of her/5. Near the end of his book, Yagoda writes that “the memoir boom, for all its sins, has been a net plus for the cause of writing,” producing a lot of.
Memoir of Jemima Wilkinson. Jemima Wilkinson. 1st Edition. THE LAW OF SIMONY. Cunningham. Find any book at the best price; By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to. 1 Indeed, the study of this memoir, limited though it be in scope, could not fail to convince any one that it proceeded from the mind of one who taught with the authority derived directly from original knowledge, and not from association with the scribes - a conviction that has become strengthened as, in a series of successive memoir s, the stores of more than twenty years' silent observation.
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This page book is separated into two parts to make it easier to handle. If you have ever wondered about the history of Penn Yan this is a set that you will treasure, keep on your library shelf and refer to often.
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