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  1. This map was first developed by A. Fletcher in 1876 and is currently part of the Collection of the Harvard Historical Society. Louise Fletcher (no relation to A. Fletcher) used this map in her work at Radcliffe on the Shaker Village for which she received an advanced degree in 1976. Later Louise, today Louise Fletcher Abbot, donated her collection of Shaker research to the Historical Society. This map is provided with the assistance of Roben Campbell who is well-known for her extensive work in the research of the Harvard Society of Shakers. For more information, please visit our Blog posting On the Fletcher Map of Shaker Village from 1876.