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         Quakers:     more books (100)
  1. A Quaker Book of Wisdom: Life Lessons In Simplicity, Service, And Common Sense by Robert Lawrence Smith, 1999-09-07
  2. A Sermon Preached at the Quaker's Meeting House, in Gracechurch-Street, London, Eighth Month 12th, 1694. by William Penn, 2010-07-12
  3. The Quakers: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Pink Dandelion, 2008-03-20
  4. Quaker Summer (Women of Faith Fiction) (2007 Novel of the Year) by Lisa Samson, 2007-02-06
  5. Guide to the Quaker Parrot by Mattie Sue Athan, 2008-02-22
  6. Brands, Trademarks and Good Will: The Story of the Quaker Oats Company by Arthur F. Marquette, 1967-01-01
  7. Plain Living: A Quaker Path to Simplicity by Catherine Whitmire, 2001-07
  8. William Penn and the Quaker Legacy (Library of American Biography Series) by John Moretta, 2006-12-31
  9. The Guide to Owning a Quaker Parrot by Gayle Soucek, 2001-11
  10. Listening to the Light: How to Bring Quaker Simplicity and Integrity Into Our Lives by Jim Pym, 1999-04-01
  11. Holy Silence: The Gift Of Quaker Spirituality by J. Brent Bill, 2005-05
  12. How the Quakers Invented America by David Yount, 2007-06-28
  13. Practicing Peace: A Devotional Walk Through the Quaker Tradition by Catherine Whitmire, 2007-04
  14. The People Called Quakers by D. Elton Trueblood, 1985-07

161. Quaker FWCC Page Index
Information about the Friends World Committee for Consultation, a body that seeks to provide information about and promote connections between all Friends (quakers) in the world.
World Quaker web site
Friends World Committee for Consultation pages index
These pages used to be maintained by Simon Grant . Now just the list and the glossary are.
Last revised: 2004-09-19.

162. PHMC: Pennsylvania History
English quakers were the dominant element, although many English settlers were Anglican. Many quakers were Irish and Welsh, and they settled in the area

163. Yorkshire Quaker Heritage Project: Homepage
Databases of publicly accessible archives and book collections related to Friends (quakers) within the pre1974 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] Archives and Special Collections
Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull, Hull HU6 7RX
Tel: 01482 465265
Email: 'RESEARCHING YORKSHIRE QUAKER HISTORY: A GUIDE TO SOURCES' is now on sale. Further details and an order form are available. Maintained by Helen Roberts, Created on 28 April 2000 and last updated on 01 October 2004 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

164. Quakers Hill Uniting Church Home Page
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165. Wilmington College Athletics
quakers outdoor official site. News, schedule, roster, coaching staff, and school records.
Men's Sports Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Indoor Track Outdoor Track Soccer Swimming Tennis Wrestling Women's Sports Basketball Cross Country Golf Indoor Track Outdoor Track Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Volleyball Quaker relay team earns All-American honors Four of five Quaker competitors leave with trophy May 28, 2005
The relay team, consisting of Brent Wilkerson (Cincinnati/Anderson), Greg Morrow (Cleveland/JFK), Chris Crutchfield (Morrow/Little Miami) and Marque Jones (Wilmington), ran to a time of 3:13.75, earning a berth into the finals in the event before running a 3:14.69, placing eighth and earning All-America honors. Also competing for the Green and White was Jones in the long jump, as he leaped to a distance of 22-3.75, missing a chance at the finals. Freshman Chris Sprowl (West Carrollton) placed 11th in the high jump, clearing 6-6, also the same height as the ninth place finisher, but placed 11th due to misses.

166. Leeds Quakers
Information about the Quaker community in the city, their meetings, and their activities.

167. Q-LIGHT Has Moved
The QLIGHT mailing list, an email list for LGBT and questioning quakers and seekers has moved to To subscribe, send a blank message to
LGBT Quakers
The Q-LIGHT mailing list, an email list for
LGBT and questioning Quakers and seekers has moved to
To subscribe, send a blank message to To read a description of the new Q-LIGHT, or
to join Q-LIGHT via the web, go to To speak to a human about the Q-LIGHT mailing list, send mail to The Q-LIGHT web pages, formerly at this address, were laid down and no longer exist.

168. Quaker Earthcare Witness (formerly Friends Committee On Unity With Nature)
A spirituallycentered movement of quakers and like-minded people seeking ways to integrate concern for the environment with Friends' long-standing testimonies for simplicity, peace, and equality. Includes articles and information about their projects, programs and meetings.
Quaker Earthcare Witness is a spiritually-centered movement of Quakers and like-minded people seeking ways to integrate concern for the environment with Friends' long-standing testimonies for simplicity, peace, and equality. Let us explore the spiritual roots of humanity's relationship to the earth. Let us transform our attitudes toward the earth and all living things!
Together we can prevent further irreversible damage through informed, spirit-led action on all environmental issues: pollution, toxic wastes, conservation, recycling, energy use, global warming, loss of species and habitats, loss of arable lands and population pressures. Click here to learn more about
Who we are, What we do,

169. S U S H I E S Q U E: Quakers Harlots
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    "That's what I say, that's what I say, and now I said it"
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    The People of Paper Salvador Plascencia
    Fundamentalists In The City: Conflict And Division In Boston's Churches, 1885-1950 Margaret Lamberts Bendroth "Rum, Romanism, and Lodgery"
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170. Online Texts At Quaker Heritage Press
Several electronic texts of writings of early Friends (quakers).
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Online Texts
All of our online historical texts have now been copied to this site from their older locations (which still exist) at and
Texts also available in QHP print editions:

171. Jesus Christian Teachings: Quakers
Articles on this page deal with such topics as denominationalism, idolatry, the Trinity, hypocrisy, being born again, and false loyalties.
Some members of the Jesus Christians are also members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). Most other members have at least attended Quaker meetings. Articles on this page relate to similarities between Quaker teachings in Australia, and the teachings of the Jesus Christians. Some articles were written without any conscious reference to Quakerism. However, they have, on reflection, included similarities, which have led to them being added to this book. Note: Descriptions include star ratings for the more popular articles. If you would like copies of articles posted to you, send fifty cents for each article requested (to help cover printing and postage), to Jesus Christians, Box A678, Sydney South 1235 Australia.)
1. Quakerism

A brief summary of Quakerism, with a number of similarities noted between what they teach and what we teach. Includes a hint of caution about some tendencies in Quakerism.
(See also Musings on Quakerism [R] Many Paths Up the Mountain , and Universalism: Pros and Cons 2. Musings on Quakerism Restricted Access
As Quakers themselves, Dave and Cherry examine the similarities (and some differences) between Australian Quakerism and the teachings of the Jesus Christians.

172. Cele Birds
Breeders of Amazons, Conures, Cockatiels, parrotlets Viridissimus, Deliciosus, Lucida, Blue, Yellow, Spectacles, Pionus, PoicephalusSenegals, Meyers, Brown Heads, Red Bellies, Jardines , quakers, Ringnecks, and Gouldians. Located near Austin.
Cele (pronounced "seal ") is part of the Richland Community located northeast of Austin; Pflugerville and southeast of Hutto, TX. We have about 12 pairs of breeding birds still producing since reducing our breeding stock for the past two years. However due to our age and personal health, we are downsizing to only Lineolated Parakeets and White Eared Leucotis Pyrrhura Conures. Our White Eared Leucotis Pyrrhura Conures are on eggs for the first time and our Lineolated Parakeets are producing their first babies as well. Our babies are handfed and hand tamed. Our birds are housed inside with air conditioning and heat kept within a constant range. We do an environmental swab of the aviary each six months for disease testing. We are disease free and keep a closed aviary. Breeding is done all year. The birds are protected from the general public, but use to home environment like TV, music, dogs, outside birds and travel. These birds are abundance weaned, allowed to fledge, socialized, healthy, friendly, and playful. Pet quality birds is our number one goal. Breeder pairs, if sold, are expected to produce for their new owners. All of our breeder birds have been sold. A wise bird owner understands the importance of starting with a healthy bird. Cele Birds warrants at the time of purchase, the bird purchased is in good health. We offer a Contract for Bird Purchase, and will accept deposits.

173. Friends (Quakers) And Women, By Bill Samuel -
The attitude of the Religious Society of Friends (quakers) towards the ministry of women. Also contains a listing of some Quaker women who have become well known for their ministry.
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var site="sm1QuakerInfo" Friends (Quakers) and Women
by Bill Samuel
Originally published August 1, 1998 at
At the beginning of the Friends movement in the 17th century, Friends were controversial for a number of reasons. One of the major ones was the belief of Friends that ministry came through women as well as men. In the early years of the Friends movement, there were a number of Friends traveling in the ministry often called the "Valiant Sixty" (there were actually more than 60 of them). These Friends evangelized Great Britain, Jamaica, what is now the United States, and a number of other places. There were women as well as men in this work. Friends in those years were often beaten and jailed for their witness. In a few cases, they were even executed. Perhaps the most famous Quaker martyr was Mary Dyer . In Boston, a law was passed in 1658 banishing Quakers under "pain of death." When Mary Dyer learned that two of her friends were jailed in Boston, she went to visit them in 1659 and was thrown in jail. She and her friends were released, but assured they would be executed if they returned. Less than a month later, she returned to Boston. She was imprisoned, saw her two friends hanged, and was to be executed herself, but was reprieved at the last moment with the rope around her neck. Still not deterred, she returned yet again and was hung on June 1, 1660.

174. Friends Media Project- Faithful Witness
The online Journal of the Friends Media Project, supporting the work and interests of quakers in mass media communication.
Friends Media Project - Faithful Witness
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175. Breeding Blue Quakers
These quakers were a soft, powder blue with silver cheeks, throats, and upper breasts. They looked plump and healthy. The price of $5000, although it would
BREEDING BLUE QUAKERS By Linda Greeson About five years ago I had a telephone call from a local bird breeder, a long acquaintance of mine, asking if I would be interested in seeing some Blue Quakers he had for sale. Was I ever interested! That was the understatement of the year. I had long been looking for some of the blue mutation to add to my large flock of normal greens. The only specimen I had actually seen was a drab,puny little bird in a cage of equally puny, sick looking normals at a whloesaler's. My reply to his question as to when would be a convenient time was "Right now!" Over coffee at my kitchen bar, with a carrier cage of four beautiful Blue Quakers between us, the owner told me his tragic story. His only son had recently been killed in an accident and he had found himself unable to shake his deep depression. He had sold all of his other birds in preparation for moving to another part of the country. He hoped that a complete change of scene would help him to adjust. He treasured these Blues and said that he wanted to be sure that they would go to a breeder who would care for them properly and institute a good breeding program. The birds had been imported from Holland and no start had been made in setting them up for breeding. These Quakers were a soft, powder blue with silver cheeks, throats, and upper breasts. They looked plump and healthy. The price of $5000, although it would strain my budget, was a fair one. I was soon the proud and happy owner of four Blue Quakers.

Small family owned business of Exotic Birds. Raises cockatiels, quakers, lovebirds, turqoisine and rosellas. Located in north Central Texas.
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177. How Friends (Quakers) Conduct Church Business, By Bill Samuel -
Information on how the Religious Society of Friends (quakers) conducts church business its method of decision making.
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var site="sm1QuakerInfo" How Friends (Quakers)
Conduct Church Business

by Bill Samuel
Originally published September 1, 2000 at
Friends are not to meet [in meetings for business] like a company of people about town or parish business ... but to wait upon the Lord. (George Fox, Letters Friends (Quakers) do many things in a different manner than most do. One of these things is how Friends conduct their church business. In a study on this subject, Beyond Majority Rule (Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, 1983), Michael J. Sheeran, S.J. states Friends "...may be the only modern Western community in which decision making achieves the group-centered decisions of traditional societies."
Democracy or Theocracy?
Some people, even some Friends, look at the open and participatory aspects of a Friends meeting for business, and conclude it is designed to be democratic. In fact, its intention is not to find what the most people want to do, but to find the will of God for the body that is meeting. Friends decision making is fundamentally theocratic rather than democratic. Friends decision making is a matter of spiritual discernment. It is based on a belief that God's will can be perceived by human beings. Furthermore, it assumes that God speaks consistently to all and therefore that all who genuinely seek the will of God can find unity in what it is.

178. American Friends Service Committee - Quaker Values In Action
Quaker organization which includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service.
Wage Peace Movie
See the human cost of war.
Iraq Peace Petition
Tell the president to bring the troops home.
Wage Peace Bracelets
Show your support for peace.
Eyes Wide Open Learn about the exhibit, see photos and more. Help the Victims of
Hurricane Katrina
AFSC is currently accepting donations to assist those affected by Hurricane Katrina. You can make a gift to our Crisis Fund by sending a check to AFSC or using our secure donation form Action Alert
Ask your Senator not to make things worse for the hurricane survivors and others who live in poverty.
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179. Sandy Spring Friends Meeting
About a Friends Meeting. The Religious Society of Friends holds as the basis of its faith the belief that God endows each human being with a measure of the
Sandy Spring Friends Meeting
Sandy Spring, Maryland
About a Friends Meeting
The Religious Society of Friends holds as the basis of its faith the belief that God endows each human being with a measure of the Divine Spirit. The gift of God's presence and the light of God's truth have been available to all people in all ages. The Society of Friends has no formal creed. We are a religious fellowship based on common religious ideals and experiences rather than on creed or liturgy. All seekers who in spirit and in truth try to find and follow the will of God and who are in sympathy with the principles and practices of Friends [are] welcome to our fellowship. (From Baltimore Yearly Meeting Faith and Practice Sandy Spring Friends Meeting is a member of Chesapeake Quarterly Meeting and Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Through Baltimore Yearly Meeting we are members of Friends General Conference Friends United Meeting , and Friends World Committee for Consultation, Section of the Americas . Members of our Meeting are also active in Friends Committee on National Legislation and the American Friends Service Committee and its Middle Atlantic Region , and many other groups involved in issues of social concern.

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