The Quakers

By Hugh Barbour; J. William Frost | Go to book overview
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Page numbers in bold face indicate locations of biographical entries.
A Quaker Action Group, 268
Abolitionists. SeeAntislavery
Advices/queries. SeeFriends, Society of, Advices and queries
Affirmation. SeeFriends, Society of, Affirmations
American Colonization Society, 195
American Friends Service Committee, 9, 242, 243, 250-58, 263, 264-66, 298, 332, 335, 341, 344, 360, 369, 378; blacks, 255; funds, 253; organization, 254; policy papers, 257; regional offices, 255-56; U.S., 254; U.S. relief, 264; work camps, 256
Anabaptists, 12, 13, 45; apocalyptic, 13; beliefs, 4; biblical, 13; Hutterites, 13; perfection, 208; spiritualist, 13; tradition, 293
Anglicans, 111, 133, 142, 171; in Pennsylvania, 90, 91. See also Church of England
Anthony, Susan B., 335
Antiquaker tracts, 62, 85
Antislavery, 7-8, 105, 108, 119-23, 130, 145-49, 162, 171, 192-97, 304, 307, 322, 333, 337-38, 349, 353-54, 357, 375-76; aid to Freedmen, 334; Chester Quarterly Meeting petition, 121; disownment, 147, 148; England, Bright, John, 296; England, Brown, John, 197; freeing of slaves by John Bartram, 290; Friends, rural, 121; Fry, Elizabeth, 318; Germantown, 120; Hicks, Elias, 193, 329; international movement, 147; law against importing slaves, 194; liberal attitudes, 192; Maryland, 148; Nantucket, 122, 147; New England Yearly Meeting, 147; North Carolina, 147-48; Pennsylvania Hall, 196; Quakers petition Congress, 196; radical, 192; Rhode Island, 194, 299; Rhode Island Indians, 120; tactics, 192, 195; Virginia, 148; visiting committees, 147; West Indies, 324
Arbitration, 111
Archdale, John: politician, 285
Arscott, Alexander, 98, 99
Atonement, 62, 173, 188, 194, 307, 329, 366
Balch, Emily Greene: educator, social reformer, 262, 287-88
Baltimore Association, 204
Baltimore Yearly Meeting, 154; Baltimore Association, 204; Indian Committee, 192; Orthodox, 189


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