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The colorful history of Michigan's House of David

Some members of the Israelite House of David sit down to a meal in 1920 in Benton Harbor. They practiced vegetarianism, abstained from sex, tobacco and alcohol, and believed their hair should be allowed to grow naturally. The colony fostered self-sufficiency and the sharing of members' worldly possessions.

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The colorful history of Michigan's House of David