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Articles in Quaker Periodicals

Articles in Quaker Periodicals By Lyman W. Riley The American Friend George Minnott reviews briefly "Jamaica's Quaker Heritage," which began with the arrival on the island of fifty-five Friends in 1665.--Oct. outline the story of Whittier's life and describes his significance for present-day Quaker faith and action.--Nov. 28, 1957, pp. 376-378. Friends Journal John Hobart's purpose in "Holy Writ and Quaker Witness" is to trace the place of the Bible in the life of Friends from 1650 to the present. He cites Fox, Barclay, Isaac Crewdson, Abraham Shackleton, Penn, and Henry J. Cadbury.--June 29, 1957, pp. 420-421; July 6, 1957, pp. 436-437. plodes three mistaken notions--that the Pilgrims wore Quaker dress, that Letter from the Past No. 163 is "Friends and Mayflower I"; it ex- 31, 1957, p. 253. In "Whittier--American Quaker Prophet" J. Floyd Moore gives in Oct. 5, 1957, pp. 644-645. to build the barn at Jordans.--July 20, 1957, p. 472. Frederick B. Tolles describes two documents pertaining to "Quaker Objectors to Loyalty Oaths in 1778"; six Pennsylvania Friends were imprisoned at Lancaster for refusing to swear an oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth.--July 27, 1957, pp. 487-488. The conception of "Christ in Early Quakerism" was, according to a short, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association Friends Historical Association

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By Lyman W. Riley The American Friend George Minnott reviews briefly "Jamaica's Quaker Heritage," which began with the arrival on the island of fifty-five Friends in 1665.--Oct. outline the story of Whittier's life and describes his significance for present-day Quaker faith and action.--Nov. 28, 1957, pp. 376-378. Friends Journal John Hobart's purpose in "Holy Writ and Quaker Witness" is to trace the place of the Bible in the life of Friends from 1650 to the present. He cites Fox, Barclay, Isaac Crewdson, Abraham Shackleton, Penn, and Henry J. Cadbury.--June 29, 1957, pp. 420-421; July 6, 1957, pp. 436-437. plodes three mistaken notions--that the Pilgrims wore Quaker dress, that Letter from the Past No. 163 is "Friends and Mayflower I"; it ex- 31, 1957, p. 253. In "Whittier--American Quaker Prophet" J. Floyd Moore gives in Oct. 5, 1957, pp. 644-645. to build the barn at Jordans.--July 20, 1957, p. 472. Frederick B. Tolles describes two documents pertaining to "Quaker Objectors to Loyalty Oaths in 1778"; six Pennsylvania Friends were imprisoned at Lancaster for refusing to swear an oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth.--July 27, 1957, pp. 487-488. The conception of "Christ in Early Quakerism" was, according to a short,

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Published: Apr 4, 1958

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