By Edwin B. Bronner Concern In an essay entitled "Friends and the Holiness Movement--A Historical Survey," Arthur O. Roberts traces this phase of the Evangelical wing of the Religious Society of Friends--Vol. 5, No. 3, July, 1963, pp. 1-26. To coincide with the announcement of the forming of the Evangelical Friends Alliance, a paper entitled "The Cheyenne Conference of 1927," plus additional comments, "Impressions of the Cheyenne Conference," telling of an earlier meeting of Evangelical Friends was published.--Vol. 5, No. 4, Oct., 1963, pp. 9-17. The Friend The six parts of a paper written by Ormerod Greenwood, under the title "Quakerism and its Objectives," contain a number of historical references, particularly about more recent history.--Oct. 18, 1963, p. 1196; Oct. 25, p. 1229; Nov. 1, p. 1270; Nov. 8, p. 1301; Nov. 15, p. 1337; Nov. 22, p. 1359. Friends Journal Letter from the Past Number 202 recalls that John Bright intervened with Abraham Lincoln in 1863 to obtain a pardon for a young Englishman accused of piracy in the cause of the Confederacy.--July 15, 1963, pp. 311-312. A brief history of the Woodlawn Meeting House near Alexandria, Virginia, is found in "New Life for an Old Meeting
Quaker History – Friends Historical Association
Published: Apr 4, 1964
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