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  • #REDIRECT [[Quakers]]
    21 B (2 words) - 16:53, 29 August 2007
  • ...ed States]] [[Herbert Hoover]] and [[Richard Nixon]] and [[Quakers/Notable Quakers|others]]. ...e in defending themselves ended up, ironically, facing sanction from other Quakers after the war had ended.
    18 KB (2,753 words) - 16:09, 10 September 2014
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  • * Abbott, Margery Post et al. ''Historical Dictionary of the Friends (Quakers).'' Scarecrow Press, 2003. 432 pp. * Bacon, Margaret Hope. "Quakers and Colonization," ''Quaker History'', 95 (Spring 2006), 26–43.
    6 KB (861 words) - 23:43, 14 March 2008
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  • {{r|William Penn (Quaker)}}
    214 B (32 words) - 16:06, 10 September 2014
  • ...uaker who had been expelled from the colony three times; in August of 1659 Quaker missionaries William Robinson, John Stephenson, and Mary Dyer defied the la ...ers emerged as the dominant political and religious faction in the colony. Quakers for a while controlled West Jersey, where they created landed estates<ref>
    10 KB (1,482 words) - 20:40, 8 May 2014
  • This article deals with the period 1647 - 1658. After 1658 Quakerism became established outside the British Isles, so that it can no longer b ...[[New Model Army]]. Such groups may already have reached a Quaker or near-Quaker position before any travelling preachers reached them.<ref>Reay pp 9-20</re
    11 KB (1,774 words) - 13:44, 21 August 2018
  • ...enn''' (1644-1718), the son of Sir William Penn, was a prominent English [[Quaker]], prolific writer, and the founder of Pennsylvania. ...he had encountered twice before (once as a child) and he started to attend Quaker meetings. This led to a temporary break with his father, who recalled him
    8 KB (1,301 words) - 21:35, 25 March 2019
  • {{r|Early Quaker History}} {{r|History of Quakers in Britain and Ireland}}
    333 B (45 words) - 19:22, 16 July 2013
  • * [http://www.quaker.org/ www.quaker.org] - huge list of links to Quaker organizations, writings, genealogy, businesses, etc. ...tp://www.strecorsoc.org/quaker.html Street Corner Society] - collection of Quaker writings
    1 KB (231 words) - 14:00, 4 November 2012
  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>History of Quaker expansion and consolidation in the Americas, from the arrival of the first
    137 B (19 words) - 20:02, 29 March 2014
  • ...istory]], and deals with Quakerism in Britain and Ireland after 1658. The Quakers had emerged as an organised movement between 1652 and 1654. By 1658 that ...of stability through a restored monarchy was too strong.<ref>Reay, B. The Quakers and the English Revolution. Temple Smith. 1985. p 82</ref><ref>Moore</ref>
    29 KB (4,523 words) - 19:24, 18 July 2018
  • A Collection of the Sufferings of the People called Quakers, for the Testimony of a Good Conscience, from 1650 to 1689. Joseph Besse. Braithwaite, W C. The Beginnings of Quakerism. 2nd ed revised by H J Cadbury. Cambridge University Press. 1970.
    1 KB (173 words) - 21:24, 18 February 2013
  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>Quaker history 1647 - 1658
    61 B (6 words) - 20:43, 16 February 2013
  • ...on of Sir [[William Penn (Admiral)|William Penn]], was a prominent English Quaker, prolific writer, and the founder of [[Pennsylvania]].
    202 B (27 words) - 18:53, 23 January 2013
  • Quaker history in the British isles after the birth of the movement.
    104 B (15 words) - 19:22, 16 July 2013
  • 827 B (133 words) - 20:43, 16 February 2013
  • *[[Quakers]] *[[History of Quakers in the Americas]]
    213 B (22 words) - 20:16, 17 May 2014

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