62Quaker History Prepared by John and Barbara Curtis 631 Walnut Lane Haverford, PA 19041 A. Day Bradley, historian and genealogist of New York area Quakerism, reports publication of a study he completed in 1981 on "Records of Junius Friends Monthly Meeting, Seneca and Wayne Counties, New York." This appeared in the Quarterly of the National Genealogical Society, vol. 69 (1981), pp. -26. Robert Hull has a chapter on "Historical Roots of a Peace Church Witness" in a recent publication by the Mennonite Central Committee at Akron, PA, entitled Affirm Life: Pay for Peace, which promotes the concerns of the World Peace Tax Fund. Persons desiring to obtain copies of this publication should write to William Strong at Friends Peace Committee, 1515 Cherry St., Philadelphia, PA 19102. Dana Greene, Department of History, St. Mary's College in Maryland, has an article in Pennsylvania History, vol. 48, no. 2 (April 1981), pp. 143-154, entitled "Quaker feminism; the case of Lucretia Mott." the editors. The Mosher Book & Tract Committee of New England Yearly in 1666, this tract is of interest to present-day women's study programs. Two recent reprints of Quaker materials have come to the attention of Meeting of Friends has
Quaker History – Friends Historical Association
Published: Apr 4, 1982
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