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  1. Philena's Friendship Quilt: A Quaker Farewell to Ohio (Ohio Quilt Series) by Lynda Salter Chenoweth, 2009-08-15
  2. A Quaker Soldier In The Civil War: Letters From the Front by John P. Irwin, 2008-06-27
  3. A Colonial Quaker Girl: The Diary of Sally Wister, 1777-1778 (Diaries, Letters, and Memoirs) by Sally Wister, 2000-03
  4. A Quaker Book of Wisdom by Robert Lawrence Smith, 1998
  5. Capitalists without Capitalism: The Jains of India and the Quakers of the West (Contributions in Sociology) by Balwant Nevaskar, 1971-10-28
  6. Imagination & Spirit: A Contemporary Quaker Reader by J. Brent Bill, 2003-04-01
  7. The Covenant Crucified: Quakers and the Rise of Capitalism by Douglas Gwyn, 1995-09
  8. I Am a Quaker (Religions of the World) by Felice Blanc, 1999-08
  9. A Brief Account of the Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers by William Penn, 2010-07-12
  10. The Quakers: Money and Morals by James Walvin, 1999-02
  11. The Little Quaker - or, the Triumph of Virtue. A Tale for the Instruction of Youth by Susanna Moodie, 2010-07-06
  12. Marriage Enrichment Retreats - Story of a Quaker Project by D. R. (David Robert) Mace, 2010-07-06
  13. The Quaker Parrot: An Owner's Guide to a Happy Healthy Pet by Pamela Leis Higdon, 1998-03-23
  14. Growing Up Plain Among Conservative Wilburite Quakers: The Journey of a Public Friend by Wilmer A. Cooper, 1999-07

61. Hull Quaker Meeting
Kingston-upon-Hull Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (quakers). Information about Quaker beliefs, meeting times, news and events.
H ull Q uaker M eeting
W elcome to the web site of Quakers (Religious Society of Friends) in the city of Kingston-upon-Hull where we have had an unbroken presence since the 1670s. This site will tell you more about Quakerism and where and when you can join us for Meeting for Worship. If you want to find out more about Quakers please don't hesitate to enquire, or contact us if you have any comments about the web site.
There is also a very readable general introduction to Quakers here.
Meeting for Worship is at 10.30 - 11.30 am every Sunday,
"After work" at 5.30 - 6.00 pm every Tuesday, and at
12.45 - 1.15 pm every Wednesday followed by shared picnic lunch.
Everyone is welcome to attend all meetings for worship.
For Meetings for Worship at Hull University - see details
You can also book the Meeting House for your club, group or society. We have a flip chart, lcd projector with laptop and DVD/VHS playback facilities. For advice, contact the Warden, John Beardmore, on (01482) 327574.
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Quaker Beliefs
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62. Society Of Friends
quakers also upset people by not showing respect by doffing the hat . This made it difficult for quakers to make friends with neighbours as they were
Society of Friends
USA History British History Second World War ... Email
In 1643 George Fox , a shoemaker from Fenny Drayton, Leicestershire , began toured the country giving sermons where he argued that consecrated buildings and ordained ministers were irrelevant to the individual seeking God. Three years later Fox had a divine revelati on that inspired him to preach a gospel of brotherly love.
Fox formed a group called the Friends of Truth. Later they became known as the Society of Friends. Fox's central dogma was that of the inner light, communicated directly to the individual soul by Christ.
After 1656 followers of Fox refused to attend Anglican services or pay tithes . This resulted in George Fox being arrested. According to Fox's journal, Justice Bennet of Derby "was the first that called us Quakers, because I bade them tremble at the word of the Lord". Eventually members of the Society of Friends became known as Quakers
During the reign of Charles II , 13,562 were arrested and imprisoned in England and 198 were transported as slaves, and 338 died in prison or of wounds received in violent assaults on their meetings. The Society of Friends continued to grow and by 1660 Fox had made more than 20,000 converts and missionaries were at work in Ireland

63. North Cumbria Quakers
Guide to the meetings of The Religious Society of Friends (quakers) in North Cumbria.
Quakers in North Cumbria - The Religious Society of Friends - Cumberland General Meeting QUAKERS IN NORTH AND WEST CUMBRIA
The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
North Cumbria Area Quaker Meeting
West Cumbria Area Quaker Meeting
CUMBERLAND GENERAL MEETING Cumberland General Meeting was laid down in June 2008. However the two constituent Area Meetings continue to work together to provide a programme of joint events and study days and to provide joint services including a newsletter and this website. The General Meeting comprised those Quaker Meetings situated in the northern part of Cumbria. This area extends northwards from the A66 to the Scottish borders and from the Solway Firth in the west to the hills of the Pennines in the east. The General Meeting district takes in the Northern Fells of the Lake District National Park, the Cumbrian plain northward to the Solway estuary and parts of the Eden Valley and northern Pennines. To the south, Cumberland General Meeting bordered with Westmorland General Meeting , which encompasses the heartland of early Quakerism in Northern England. To the north, across the Solway Firth, our nearest neighbouring meetings are those in

Location, meeting times, and contact information for Kingston Religious Society of Friends (quakers), in Kingston-upon-Thames, London. Site also includes general information about the Quaker faith.
Religious Society of Friends
About Quakers

Who are the Quakers?
Quaker Worship

The amazing fact of Quaker worship
The Quaker faith

All have access to God
What we offer

A faith which is based on personal experience and which contains no dogma
Quaker insights
Be aware of the spirit of God at work in the ordinary activities and experience of your daily life Contacts and further information
Quaker Meeting House, 78 Eden Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1DJ Click to see location on map
Meetings for Worship
Every Sunday, 10:00-11:00am Also 1st Tuesday of the month, 12:30-1:00pm (bring your own picnic lunch to follow - drinks provided) Find out more about Quakerism via the National Quaker Week website, or listen to Watford Quakers talk about aspects of their faith on YouTube, or consult our contacts and further information page
Clerk: 020 8977 2641 or email

65. Quakers In Jordans
Jordans Information on quakers in general and on the 17th Century meeting house in particular. Photo gallery provided.

66. Hampshire And The Islands Quakers Homepage
Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (quakers) in Britain, covering Hampshire and the islands. Information about the quakers and local meetings.
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Photographs of areas within Hampshire and the Islands where local Quaker meetings are held.
Welcome to Quakers (the Religious Society of Friends) in Hampshire and the Islands (the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands).
The menu above and on every page should be adequate to answer all your queries.
(If not, try us here: Ask a question
If Quakers are new to you, try our Quaker Quest pages.
Commonly asked questions are here with brief answers.
For events coming up, click here
Read the experience of a Hampshire Quaker on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square, and also about other local Quakers, here
Jersey Quaker Quest October 2010 here
Quaker Week October 2010 - special activities here: Portsmouth - more to follow
Regional Gathering - September 25 in Southampton: "The future of Friends in Britain" - more here This page updated on 11 October 2010 Events page updated on 11 October 2010 here The key common ground among the whole world family of Friends: (4) the preference for peace and pacifism rather than war, and the commitment to other forms of social witness

67. FCRP Home Page
Quaker community meeting annually at a Memorial Day Weekend conference dedicated to individual spiritual exploration with a focus on Jungian psychology. Registration forms and program; also includes several articles on the quakers and Jung.
Welcome, Friends, Welcome! Y ou have discovered one of the best-kept secrets of the Religious Society of Friends. S ince 1943, the Conference has gathered on Memorial Day Weekend to provide a respite for individuals of all spiritual and religious backgrounds who wish to delve more deeply into their inner world. FCRP is one of the oldest conferences in the U.S. dedicated to individual spiritual exploration with a focus on in-depth psychology, specifically Jungian psychology. For the better part of the last half-century our Conference was held at Haverford College. It now takes place in beautiful Central Pennsylvania on the campus of Lebanon Valley College. A s part of a spiritual community which meets annually, we seek:
  • To discover our own deepest process and nourish it. To uncover the ways in which our new insights can help us return to the everyday world more focused and grounded in our spiritual reality. To explore the dynamics of Quaker principles in group life and to apply them to our daily living.
W e warmly welcome new members whether they come for one Conference or choose to become part of our ever-evolving community and network.

68. Home | Quakers In The York Area
Religious Society of Friends (quakers) in the York Area. Information about quakers and the meetings.
Quakers In the York Area
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Meetings for worship are held at the following times. Visitors are always welcome. ACOMB MEETING HOUSE: The Green, Acomb. Map SUNDAY Children's Meeting also at 10:30. FRIARGATE MEETING HOUSE: Friargate, York. Map SUNDAY WEDNESDAY Lunch at 12.45 pm. Please bring sandwiches. Breakfast of coffee and rolls at 8.45 am (50p). HARROGATE: 12a Queen Parage, Harrogate Map SUNDAY Sunday school for children at 10.40 am. HARTRIGG OAKS: The Oaks Music Room Map TUESDAY LAMEL BEECHES: 105 Heslington Road. Map SUNDAY NEW EARSWICK MEETING HOUSE: Top of Folk Hall car park. Map SUNDAY Children are always welcome, classes are currently provided the first, third (and fifth) Sunday each month. THE RETREAT: 107 Heslington Road. Map Last SUNDAY in month Only the last Sunday in the month.

69. Http://
Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (quakers) in Reading, Bracknell and Ascot, East Garston, Henley, Maidenhead, Newbury, Wallingford and Wokingham.
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Information about the Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (quakers). Includes brief history and introduction to beliefs and principles.
WELCOME ! This is the Website of the Hastings (England) Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Here we aim to tell you a bit about ourselves, our interests and activities. If you want to find out about Quakerism itself, please follow the link below to the page called "Introduction". As you will see, there are also links to other pages which may also be of interest. If you are a Quaker from another town coming to Hastings on holiday or for a visit, you may be looking for information on how to find the local Quaker meeting, and perhaps wanting to read something about Hastings generally. You will find near the end of this page a link to a map, and also to the "Our Town" page which will tell you about Hastings, past and present. Be aware though that everything you read here is just one Quaker's view. It is a view from the inside, and hopefully an accurate and an informed one, but it is not and cannot be in any way "definitive" or "official". Hastings Quakers meet for Worship every Sunday at 10.30 am in the Meeting House at 5 South Terrace, Hastings (round the side of the Priory Meadow Shopping Centre, about 80 yards from the junction with Queen's Road - follow the link below to see a Map). You are welcome to join us for Worship: you do not have to be a Member, or to make any formal request or arrangement. Nobody will expect any commitment or make any demands on you: just come along, and see how you like it. That is how many of us started!

71. Regina Meeting For Worship, (Quakers)
An unprogrammed, non-creedal, participatory fellowship of The Religious Society of Friends (Quaker). Provides meeting times and location, along with an introduction to their beliefs.
Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Canadian Meeting Sites Canadian Yearly Meeting Alberta
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Kingston Kitchener ... Toronto Quebec Saskatchewan Regina Other Meetings Canadian Meetings PUBLICATIONS The Canadian Friend Regina Meeting for Worship Peace and Quiet Alternate Sundays at 10:30 AM (Please contact us about the time and location of meetings) Visit Quaker Sites Regina Worship Group Canadian Yearly Meeting The Religious Society of Friends An Introduction to Friends ... Canadian Young Friends Contact Us Or Phone Dean at 789-8928 Regina Meeting Facebook Page Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) The Promotional material and Angelfire advertizing below may not reflect the views of this site.

72. Fifteenth Street Monthly Meeting Of The Religious Society Of Friends (Quakers In
Worship, service activities, location, and other news and information about this Quaker meeting.
An Introduction to
The Fifteenth Street Monthly Meeting of
The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers in Manhattan, New York City) Welcome! Who are the Quakers? An Invitation to Worship Photo Album Directions ... Selected External Links 15 Rutherford Place, New York, NY 10003
Telephone: (212)475-0466
E-mail: Meeting Activities with own web-sites:
Friends' Shelter
Arts Committee Thanks for visiting! Vijay Wijesundera in December 2002 on Tripod . It moved to present location, courtesy of in ? 2003. In December 2004, this became the official web-site of the Meeting. E-mail any web-site comments or questions to: Previous Site Random Next Site ... Fifteenth Street Meeting - Fifteenth Street Friends Meeting - Fifteenth Street Quaker Meeting

73. Yorkshire Quaker Heritage Project: Homepage
Databases of publicly accessible archives and book collections related to Friends (quakers) within the pre-1974 boundaries of the county of Yorkshire in England. These are searchable by location and by name.
Online databases
Other resources

News and events

O thou north of England, who art counted as desolate and barren,
and reckoned the least of the nations;
yet out of thee did the branch spring and the star arise
that gives light to all the regions round about.
[From 'To the camp of the Lord' (1655), Edward Burrough] Hull University Archives
Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull, Hull HU6 7RX
Tel: 01482 465265
Email: 'RESEARCHING YORKSHIRE QUAKER HISTORY: A GUIDE TO SOURCES' is now available to download from this site as an Adobe Acrobat pdf file Maintained by Hull University Archives, Created on 28 April 2000 and last updated on 10 June 2008 Funded by the Higher Education Funding Councils under the Research Support Libraries Programme Project partners: University of Hull Brynmor Jones Library; Leeds University Library; Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, University of York

74. QuakerBooks Of Friends General Conference
On-line bookstore featuring books published by the Quaker Press of Friends General Conference, and other materials of interest to quakers.
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Friends Journal QuakerBooks is offering a special promotion in November and December. When you place an order you will receive a FREE copy of Friends Journal's November issue, the annual "New Books" edition of this great Quaker Journal.
Postage cost will not be affected. Does not apply outside the U.S. Click here to subscribe to Friends Journal
QuakerPress If you order five or more books or pamphlets, MP3’s or PDF’s (tracts are not included) from QuakerPress you will get 20% off all the QuakerPress items in your order. Click here to see QuakerPress titles Timeless Quaker Wisdom in Plain Song Timeless Quaker Wisdom in Plain Song by Paulette Meier just released by QuakerPress of FGC as a CD and as a downloadable MP3. Also available as separate MP3 tracks Here's what people are saying about these stirring quotations, set to lucid, luminous plain song.

75. Quaker Parrots Information Site And Forum |
Devoted to the knowledge and care of quaker parrots. With information, links to other quaker sites, and postcard service.
Free Lessons on Quaker Parrot Care
  • What are the characteristics of Quakers, including personality What homes do Quakers fit into best The one thing all new owners must know before bringing home their Quaker How to find one to purchase or adopt How to determine the sex How to set up the ideal environment And much, much more
What is is a site devoted to the knowledge and care of Quaker Parrots . If you are looking for quaker parrot information , please visit our articles page. Or if you have questions that need answers, the quaker parrot forum is the place to go for friendly and helpful advice. We are the friendliest parrot forum on the net and enjoy welcoming new people to our community. Get answers to your questions, share photos of your bird with others, blog about your pets, your life and much more.
New to Quakers?
Quakers are fun, affectionate and engaging pets. Whether you are looking for general information about Quakers or guidance on a particular aspect of Quaker care, the links below should help.
The Quaker Parrot Community
Do you need some help with your Quaker? Or do you like to write or take photos? Our active and growing community has a little something for everyone.

76. The Religious Society Of Friends
Large listing of Quaker links, plus hosting for a number of Quaker groups.
The Religious Society of Friends
Navigating this web site: Entries are not in alphabetical order but instead age order. New entries are added to the bottom of each section. Use the search function of your browser to locate entries. is mirrored at Summersault . Quaker blogs may be found at Planet Quaker
Introductory Items
Quaker Organizations

77. Quaker Talk Message Index
Chat message board.
Search Articles Species Info Personal Pages Match: ALL ANY Words By: Topic or Site/URL Search Tips Quaker Talk Gang
WWW Articles Library

Winged Wisdom Ezine
... Birds n Ways Home Main Page
300 of 300 Messages Displayed

78. Meet Alcatraz - The Wonder Bird
Information about, and pictures of a handicapped quaker parrot.
Contents About Alcatraz
Dear Alcatraz

Alcatraz's Who's Who of Parrots

Alcatraz's Hot Links
Alcatraz's Movie Channel
Alcatraz's TV Debut!
Has Arrived!

This site has been accessed times since 09-04-97

79. The Quaker Pack: Andy, Zap, & Road Bug
Stories about Andy, Zap, and Road Bug.
Build your own FREE website at Share: Facebook Twitter Digg reddit document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard']); document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard2']); My Quaker Pack Quakers are my favorites. Now, don't you tell
my other birds that! But deep down, I know it's the truth. Andy's the main man around here, he runs the show. More recently added are Zap and Road Bug, two split to blue
sexed males ("the boys") who will probably be bred someday
Meet Andy

Meet The Boys
Sign Andy's Guestbook View Andy's Guestbook
(yep, the guestbook belongs to Andy ;-) This Quaker Connection
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80. : : Merlin's OZ Quaker Site : :
Offers information about care, feeding, training, and travel, along with some pictures.
ABOUT ADOPT BOOKS CARE ... TRAVEL Site Navigation: Home Select a Topic Select Topic Home About Books Care Chat Contact Feeding Links Merlin Picture Gallery Sounds Training Travelling
Merlin's Oz Quaker Site now has it's own domain name. Youare now being automatically redirected to the site. If this does not occur in 5 seconds, please follow the link and don't forget to bookmark the new address. Merlin's Oz Quaker Site 2001-2005.

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