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A bibliography of Quaker literature, 1893-1967

Angela Turner

A bibliography of Quaker literature, 1893-1967

bibliography submitted for Fellowship of the Library Association, 1973

by Angela Turner

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

University Microfilm LAT 123.

ContributionsLibrary Association.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 vols
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Open LibraryOL13654959M

Joe Pickvance, who unearthed Fox’s original version called it ‘the founding document of the Quaker movement’. The language may be rather difficult for us, though, so here is a translation into modern English, picking up his allusions to the bible. For a discussion of this text see my Light to Live By (Quaker Books, ) pp ”. The publishing arm of the Quaker Universalist Fellowship publishes books, pamphlets and a on-line materials including a journal. They seek publishable postings, essays, and manuscripts focused on universalist themes. Short articles, book reviews and critiques .

Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Schulte's Book Store, Inc. Catalogue of Quakeriana and anti-Quaker literature offered for sale by Schulte's Book Store. New York: Schulte's Book Store, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors. The Library's latest reading room display focuses on our poster collection. The posters are a historic visual record of Quaker values. These values – or ‘testimonies’ – of peace, equality, simplicity and sustainability, and truth and integrity are the founding principles of Quakerism. Quakers live out their faith, acting according to these testimonies in their everyday lives..

Tract Association of Friends is an association of members of the Society of Friends with a special sense of unity in the concern for distribution of sound Quaker literature. Our roots run deep into the past. Vintage Books "We have 5, Quaker books and pamphlets, which makes us the largest dealer in the world of rare and out-of-print Quakeriana!". Quakers Sources [1] Radical Roots. The Society of Friends, or Quakers as they are better known, have always stood apart from the mainstream of American religion. Because of this, they offer some important lessons about the range of religious beliefs and practices in early America.


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