Quaker domestic interior, Philadelphia 1780-1830

an artifactual investigation of the "Quaker esthetic" at Wyck House, Philadelphia and Collen Brook Farm, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania by Sara Margaret Pennell

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Paginationvii, 270 leaves :
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Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia Browse this collection. OR. What is a Quaker Book of Faith and Practice? 06/20/ Interview 11 Comments. What do Quakers believe? How do we practice our faith? The best place to look for the answers might be in a book of faith and practice. Here’s what they are and how they evolved over time. Philadelphia, PA , USA () | () Contact us. About this Item: Friends Bulletin and Wider Quaker Fellowship, Philadelphia, PA, Pamphlet. Condition: Very Good. Cover lightly darkened, pages very good. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller ( - ) The first Quaker missionaries came to the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam (later New York) in , and were followed by many others. The colony tolerated religious differences, and many were willing to listen to Quaker ideas. Quakerism thrived on Long Island and in New York City, and spread upcountry as the colony grew.

Quaker Writings: An Anthology Covering nearly three centuries of religious development, this comprehensive anthology brings together writings from prominent Friends that illustrate the development of Quakerism, show the nature of Quaker spiritual life, discuss Quaker contributions to European and American civilization, and introduce the diverse community of Friends, some of whom are. Rufus Matthew Jones, () philosopher, mystical scholar, Quaker historian and social reformer, graduated from Haverford College in and received M.A. degrees from his alma mater in and from Harvard in quakers pa philadelphia genealogy/alcohol/slavery very rare, collectable treatise on "a retrospect of early quakerism" by ezra michener published by t. ellwood zell in philadelphia in This important treatise is made up of extracts from the records of the early Philadelphia meetings and the accounts of their first establishment. The list may be used as an avenue in locating a qualifying ancestor. Each new application for membership must provide documentary proof of an applicant's ancestor being a member of the Society of Friends based upon primary sources. Appearing on the list or in book without documentation in no way constitutes proof of a qualifying ancestor.

In modern times John Dalton, the discoverer of the atomic theory of colorblindness, was born of Quaker parents, and Edward Cope, of a well-known Philadelphia Quaker family, became one of the most eminent naturalists and paleontologists of the nineteenth century, and unaided discovered over a third of the three thousand extinct species of. QUAKER ARRIVALS AT PHILADELPHIA , by Albert Cook Myers, published in In the name of brevity (and my typing fingers), I'm omitting information that, while interesting, is non-essential, so if you get a chance to view the actual book, please do of interesting tid-bits. The Quaker Ogdens in America: David Ogden of ye good ship "Welcome" and his descendents , their history, biography, and genealogy. unknown: unknown, U.S., Quaker . Update: The Quaker research guide at (NEHGS) has the link to Monthly Meetings in North America: A Quaker Index - , an online version of Monthly Meetings in North America: An Index by Thomas C. Hill.. Searching for Philadelphia in the county field shows several different meeting names, each of which have their own information page about the .

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The Quaker domestic interior, Philadelphia an artifactual investigation of the "Quaker esthetic" at Wyck House, Philadelphia and Collen Brook Farm, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania by Pennell, Sara MargaretPages: Full text of "The Quaker domestic interior, Philadelphia an artifactual investigation of the "Quaker esthetic" at Wyck House, Philadelphia and Collen Brook Farm, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania" See other formats.

The Quaker domestic interior, Philadelphia an artifactual investigation of the "Quaker esthetic" at Wyck House, Philadelphia and Collen Brook Farm, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania by Sara Margaret Pennell. Published Written in English. The Quaker Domestic Interior, Philadelphia An Artifactual Investigation of the "Quaker Esthetic" at Wyck House, Philadelphia and Collen Brook Farm, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania.

(Masters Thesis). University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, : Sara Margaret Pennell. The Quaker domestic interior Domestic Interior, Philadelphia An Artifactual Investigation of the \u22Quaker Esthetic\u22 at Wyck House, Philadelphia and Collen Brook Farm, Upper Darby, PennsylvaniaAuthor: Sara Margaret Pennell.

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"The Quaker Domestic Interior, Philadelphia, An Artifactual Investigation Philadelphia 1780-1830 book the Quaker Esthetic at Wyck House, Philadelphia and Collen Brook Farm, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania." Unpublished Master's thesis, University of Pennsylvania, HABS/HAER/HALS list for Philadelphia 1780-1830 book and surrounding counties (imported November 8, ).

"This important volume consists of a chronological list of Quaker immigrants who registered, upon their arrival in Philadelphia, with the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends, by far the largest Quaker meeting in the province.

It is based on the certificates of removal from the Meetings of Friends of which they were members in other countries and other colonies. Church House Farm/Hazeleigh Hall La Greens Farm Riding School. Brook Farm Ind Est/Stapleford Rd RM4 1EJ.

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PLACING AN ORDER- Online through this website. You can search for books by title or subject matter, put them in your cart, and pay for them online using a credit card. - Phone at Monday through Friday, am to pm Eastern - Mail, with a check to QuakerBooks of FCG enclosedSend your mail order to QuakerBooks, c/o PSSC, 46 Development Rd, Fitchburg, MA This collection includes the names of Quaker immigrants who registered upon their arrival in Philadelphia with the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends between and It is important to note that the Philadelphia Meeting, while among the largest congregations, was only one of some 20 large Quaker Meetings (congregations) established.

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Two new books set out to correct this deficiency by exploring all aspects of the Quaker relationship to slavery. These books are welcome, yet they only tell portions of a much larger story—one book focuses only on the Philadelphia area and the other is a collection of academic essays that have little in common in substance or style beyond the.

Quaker Arrivals at PhiladelphiaBeing a List of Certificates of Removal Received at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends by Myers, Albert C. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Quaker background of Bucks, John Britton's migration there by (land contract from Richard Hill of Philadelphia) in his early 30s, makes me (DLH) think that John Britton (~) may have been a Quaker and descendant of Cananuiel Britton whose family lived in the Philadelphia area while the other Brittons were in NY.

Continuation of grave-books belonging to Philadelphia MM Hicksite meeting, 1mo 1mo 1. No coordinates, but lists location either NG (Western) or blank (Eastern). RG2/Ph/P Deaths, Register for Philadelphia Monthly Meeting. This collection contains minutes of the Society, ; minutes of the directors of the Corporation, ; membership book (with signatures of early members), ; and names of later members.

There are also deeds to the meeting house and burying ground; treasurers' accounts; reports of officers and committees; bills and receipts for constructing, maintaining, and repairing the.

Quakers were also earlyQuakers in Philadelphia were ordered to stop buying and selling slaves. By the s, all Quakers were barred from owning slaves.

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Sep 9, - Sunday Morning in front of the Arch Street Meeting House, Philadelphia Artist: Attributed to John Lewis Krimmel (–) Former Attribution: Formerly attributed to Pavel Petrovich Svinin (/88–) Date: –ca. Medium: Watercolor, black ink, and graphite on white laid paper Dimensions: 9 x 7 3/8 in.

( x cm) Classification: Drawings Credit Line: Rogers.Of the nineteen monthly meetings established in Pennsylvania prior tothe Philadelphia Monthly Meeting easily ranks first in the number of certificates received. As a rule, the certificates give the following information: name, date of certificate, former place of residence, former meeting, date of receipt, and other details of quaint and.

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