5 edition of English view of American Quakerism found in the catalog.
English view of American Quakerism
|Statement||Edited by Edwin B. Bronner.|
|Series||Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, v. 79, Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society ;, v. 79.|
|Contributions||Bronner, Edwin B., 1920- ed.|
|LC Classifications||BX7637 .R6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 162 p.|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||71107345|
Book Title: Quakers and the American Family British Settlement in the Delaware Valley Author: Amherst Barry Levy Assistant Professor of History University of Massachusetts Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA Release Date: Pages: ISBN: Available Language: English, Spanish, And French. A Book of Discipline may refer to one of the various books issued by a Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, setting out what it means to be a Quaker in that Yearly common name for this book varies from one Yearly Meeting to another and includes Book of Discipline, Faith and Practice, Christian Faith and Practice, Quaker Faith and Practice, Church Government and.
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An English view of American Quakerism: the journal of Walter Robson () written during the fall ofwhile traveling among American Friends. by Robson, Walter Bronner, Edwin B., and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at BOOK REVIEWS An English View of American Quakerism: TL Journal of Walter Robson, Edited by Edwin B.
Bronner. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society. xviii, pages, index. $ The publication of the journal of Walter Robson was an international Friends project--the original lent by an English woman to an American editor, a Quaker library staff in each country checking.
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The Reformation of American Quakerism, offers a detailed history of the withdrawal of the Society of Friends from mainstream America in the years between and the end of the American Revolution. Jack D. Marietta examines the causes, course, and consequences, both social and political, of the Quakers' retreat from prominent positions in civil government while at the same time 5/5(1).
It is simply one of the best books ever written about American Quakerism - high praise indeed, but deserved This reviewer commends Hamm for producing a remarkable guide book to the maze that is contemporary Quakerism.
Steven Jay White, The Historian The Quakers in America presents a concise, highly readable account of American Quakerism. From its curiosity piquing title to its final satisfying sentence, How the Quakers Invented America is an entertaining and informative book about both the United States and the influence of those quirky Quakers on it.
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Allen | Hardcover The Burlington Court Book of West. Quakers, or the Religious Society of Friends, was founded in England in the 17th century by George Fox and played a key role in abolition and women’s suffrage. "Hamm has simply produced the best book on Quaker history in recent years." —Quaker History" will stand as one of the most important works in the field." —American Historical Review The Transformation of American Quakerism: Orthodox Friends, Thomas D.
Hamm. Indiana University Press, - History - pages. The Transformation of American Quakerism book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
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George Fox - An English Dissenter, who was a founder of the Religious Society of Friends, generally known as the Quakers. William Penn - An English aristocrat, writer, early Quaker, and founder of the North American territory the Province of Pennsylvania.
He was an early advocate of democracy and religious freedom, famous for his good relations. -- H. Larry Ingle, The Journal of American History The Quakers in America is a welcome update Hamm manages impressive breadth, as well as surprising depth., Journal of Religion This is an exceptional book.
It is simply one of the best books ever written about American Quakerism - high praise indeed, but deserved /5(9). Between and Quakerism expanded and fractured. Friends responded differently to the evangelical and liberal currents in the larger religious world. American Friends divided first into Orthodox and Hicksite bodies in –8.
In the s and s Progressive Friends split off from the Hicksites, while Orthodox Friends split into Gurneyites and by: 1.
Get this from a library. The Quakers in America. [Thomas D Hamm] -- "The book opens with lively vignettes of Conservative, Evangelical. Friends General Conference, and Friends United meetings that illuminate basic Quaker concepts and theology and reflect the group's. Quakers in North America constitute approximately 21% of Quakers worldwide (), according to the online Quaker Information Center.
Quakers (or Friends) are members of a Christian religious movement that started in England in the 17th century, and has spread throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Central America. Some Quakers originally came to North America to spread their.
The Reformation of American Quakerism, offers a detailed history of the withdrawal of the Society of Friends from mainstream America between and the end of the American Revolution. Marietta examines the causes, course, and consequences, social and political, of the Quakers' retreat from prominent positions in civil government.
Quakers and Quakerism. The Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, is the official designation of an Anglo-American religious sect originally styling themselves "Children of Truth" and "Children of Light", but "in scorn by the world called Quakers".
The group originated in 17th century England under George Fox and have always been a small, radical, Protestant denomination with enormous. Quakers Sources  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. Thomas D. Hamm (Earlham College) argues that a self-conscious, liberal Quakerism emerged in North America between and It had three characteristics. The first was a commitment to liberty of conscience.
The second was pronounced doubts about orthodox beliefs, such as the divinity of : Thomas D. Hamm.The Reformation of American Quakerism, offers a detailed history of the withdrawal of the Society of Friends from mainstream America in the years between and the end of the American Revolution. Jack D.
Marietta examines the causes, course, and consequences, both social and political, of the Quakers' retreat from prominent positions in civil government while at the same time.Now available: the book of papers from the Quaker History Roundtable. It can be ordered here, or via Amazon, and Kindle.
On Juneat the Earlham School of Religion in Richmond, Indiana, The Quaker History Roundtable brought together scholars and others with expertise on the forces that shaped (& reshaped & misshaped) Quakerism in the USA during the 20th century.