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Brigham Young [electronic resource]: Architect of Faith

This episode of Biography looks at Brigham Young, a settler in the American west and President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Known as the 'Mormon Moses', Young followed founder Joseph Smith as head of the Mormon church.
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2011; 1996
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Shaker Town [electronic resource]: A More Perfect Order

Centered on faith, hard work, and the early stirrings of racial and sexual equality, the Shaker lifestyle was in many ways ahead of its time. But what was daily life like inside Shaker communities? Several years in the making, this program uses extensive archival footage integrated with reenactments and scholarly interviews to illustrate the Shakers' ordered, highly idealistic society. Visits to historic establishments in Pleasant Hill and South Union, Kentucky, shed light on distinctive Shaker crafts and architecture (churches, barns, houses, and furniture) as well as complex cultural and economic issues (financial management, dissolution of the traditional family structure, and more) that shaped the United Society of Believers.
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2008
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Americans [electronic resource]: Losing Their Religion?

America is becoming less Christian and less religious overall. This ABC News report examines the decrease in the number of people who say they belong to an organized religion. While the number of atheists in this country has doubled in the past 30 years,and church attendance has decreased, Americans have not given up their faith in God.
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2009