Mary Dyer of Rhode Island: The Quaker Martyr That Was Hanged on Boston Common, June 1 1660
Trieste Publishing Pty Limited, 31.08.2017 - 138 Seiten
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Books about Quakers describe the history, beliefs and practices of the Christians who are generally known as the Religious Society of Friends, which began in England in the mid-17th-century, and from there spread to North America and elsewhere throughout the world. Titles include: A Brief Account of the Rise of the Society of Friends, Early Quaker Education in Pennsylvania, Old Quaker meeting-houses, Quakerism, Past and Present: Being an Inquiry into the Causes of Its Decline in Great Britain and Ireland, Quakerism: A Religion of Life, Social Aspects of the Quaker Faith, The Society of Friends: Its Faith and Practice, William Penn, and The Quaker invasion of Massachusetts.
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