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New Lebanon, N.Y. Community. (87)

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A Shaker diary kept by an unidentified member of the Church Family at the New Lebanon, N.Y. Shaker community. Tanning was one of the most successful industries of the New Lebanon, N.Y., Shakers since their community was established in 1787. In 1807, additions were made to the 18th century tannery building, including new machines for rolling leather. A splitting machine was added in 1813, followed by numerous technological improvements throughout the years, including the...

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United States Embassy (Lebanon) (12)

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The U.S. Legation to Lebanon in Beirut was raised to embassy status August 27, 1952 and envoy Harold B. Minor was promoted to ambassador. Ambassador Minor was succeeded by Raymond A. Hare, September 29, 1953; Donald R. Heath, March 9, 1955; Robert McClintock, January 15, 1958; Armin H. Meyer, January 12, 1952; Dwight J. Porter, June 22, 1965; William B. Buffum, October 13, 1970; and G. McMurtrie Godley, March 15, 1974. Francis E. Meloy, Jr., was appointed Ambassador on May 1, 1976, and proce...

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Lebanon Valley College (4)

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Lebanon Academy (West Lebanon, Me.) (2)

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Lebanon Pioneer Reunion (Lebanon, Or.) (2)

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Lebanon Presbyterian Church (Albemarle County, Va.) (5)

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Albemarle County, Va., church.

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Lebanon Valley Railroad Company (3)

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Bashir Kasim Shihab, active 1840-1842, Prince of Lebanon (8)

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Title: Prince of Lebanon

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Mount Lebanon University (Mount Lebanon, La.) (2)

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Mount Lebanon University was founded in 1852 in Mount Lebanon, Bienville Parish, La., by the Louisiana Baptist Convention. It operated under various names, the last being Mount Lebanon Academy, before closing to merge with Louisiana College in Pineville in 1912.

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Shakers. Mt. Lebanon Bishopric (N.Y.) (3)

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The Mount Lebanon Shaker Society (1787-1947) was an American communal settlement of Shakers in New Lebanon, New York. Arguably the most influential of the 19 American Shaker communities, Mount Lebanon was intended to serve as a model for all other members of the United Society of Believers (Shakers) to follow. At its peak, Mount Lebanon was home to 600 members and encompassed 6,000 acres.

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