James A. Hibben

The restored Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is a living history museum where the tangible reminders of an extraordinary society are preserved.

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is a place of learning. Its 2,900 acres of preserved farmland, thirty-four restored nineteenth century buildings and extensive museum collection reveals much about the Shakers as well as the wonders of nature.

Whether visitors tour with family and friends, take part in an educational program or special event, attend a meeting or enjoy an overnight stay at Pleasant Hill, the experience is designed to enlighten the mind and refresh the spirit.

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James A. Hibben, Shaker Sister Weaving, Photograph, 8 x 10 in.  (20.3 x 25.4 cm), Collection:  Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky