"Rememb'ring Our Time and Work is the Lords": The Experiences of Quakers on the Eighteenth-century Pennsylvania Frontier
Susquehanna University Press, 2005 - 251 páginas
Pennsylvania's role in the development of American culture and society has received an increasing amount of attention in the past two decades, as the tercentenary celebrations of the founding of the province led to a reexamination of the colony and state's contributions to the ethnic and religious diversity of modern America. With increasing pluralism, however, the religious group that was most prominent in the establishment of the province - the Society of Friends, or Quakers - declined in its impact and importance.
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Maintaining Ye Establishd Order Amongst Us Religious Discipline and Exeter Monthly Meeting
War and the Frontier Friends Exeter Monthly Meeting and the Seven Years War
A Crisis of Allegiance Berks County Quakers and the War for Independence
The Quaker Ethic The Economic Activity of Berks County Quakers
A Restless Desire Geographic Mobility and Exeter Friends
To Start Instructing Young Friends at the Tenderest Age The Concern for the Education of Youth
Men and Women of High Morals Exeter Monthly Meeting and the Outside World
Conclusion The Contraction and Decline of Exeter Monthly Meeting
Leaders of Exeter Monthly Meeting 17251789
Exeter Monthly Meeting Membership List 1750
Exeter Monthly Meeting Membership List 1775
Said Slave Be Suitable for Liberty The Abolition of Slavery and Exeter Monthly Meeting
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Página 112 - American social development has been continually beginning over again on the frontier. This perennial rebirth, this fluidity of American life, this expansion westward with its new opportunities, its continuous touch with the simplicity of primitive society, furnish the forces dominating American character. ... In this advance, the frontier is the outer edge of the wave—the meeting point between savagery and civilization.
Página 216 - The Ancient Testimony and Principles of the People Called Quakers, renewed, with Respect to the King and Government; and Touching the Commotions now prevailing in these and other Parts of America, Addressed to the People in General. Philadelphia:
Página 128 - all parents to teach their children "to read the Scriptures and to write by the time they attain twelve years of age,
Página 75 - This night we expect an attack, truly alarming is our situation. The people exclaim against the Quakers, & some are scarce restrained from burning the Houses of those few who are in this Town.
Página 78 - against every usurpation of power and authority, in opposition to the laws and government, and against all combinations, insurrections, conspiracies and illegal assemblies.
Página 112 - In this advance, the frontier is the outer edge of the wave—the meeting point between savagery and civilization.