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Ann Lee (29 February 1736 – 8 September 1784), commonly known as Mother Ann Lee, was the leader of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second ...

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Lee was the unlettered daughter of a blacksmith who was probably named Lees. In her youth she went to work in a textile mill. At the age of 22 she joined a sect ...

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Image: Mother Ann Lee. The second of eight children, Ann Lee was born on February 29, 1736, in a poor district of Manchester, England, known as Toad Lane.

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Ann Lee (originally Lees) was the primary founder of American Shakerism, the movement which produced the longest-lived communal religious organization in  ...

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The meeting of Shakers started with silent meditation. Ann Lee, a young woman of medium height and serious manner, told them about her vision. She claimed ...

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Ann Lee is an internationally recognized leading authority on China's economic relations and the CEO of Coterie, a new technology investment consortium ...

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Mother Ann Lee facts: Arriving in the American colonies with a handful of followers, Mother Ann Lee (1736-1784) became founder and leading spirit of the  ...

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Religious Leader. Born the daughter of a blacksmith in Manchester, England, the second of eight children. As a child, she was employed by a textile mill, as poor ...

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Jun 6, 2018 ... Ann Lee was born in Manchester, England on February 29, 1736. She wasn't sent to school, and could neither read nor write. Instead, as a ...