Quakers in Plymouth A Friends’ Meeting in context 1654 to the 1960’s *Who could have kept 500 serge-makers in employment
Airton, Malhamdale, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, is located close to the geographic centre of the Pennines, where the
The Adult School movement was founded by evangelical Quakers in mid-Victorian times and grew to over one hundred thousand scholars
A collection of poetry, prose, music and art by members and supporters of the Quaker community in and around York.
He is Our Cousin, Cousin: A Quaker Family’s History from 1660 to the Present Day (Paperback) by Antony Barlow
This book is a treasure trove of family and wider Quaker social history…we should be very grateful for Antony
This is the Quaker Story of William and Anne (nee Tuke) Alexander’s family from 1660. It includes the early imprisonment
200 Years of a Family’s Recipe Books. This intriguing book of four different generations of Carolyn Shaw’s Quaker family’s recipes
A collection of 11 essays by specialists considering the issue of assisted dying. Barabara and Paul Henderson in their introduction
Essays in Quaker History consists of 7 illustrated scholarly essays by David Rubinstein with a foreword by David Boulton. The
This book seeks to describe how Quaker beliefs are put into practice in the everyday life of a school community.