Historical Quaker Resources collected from around the net

Included here are various historical Books of Discipline (now more commonly known as Faith and Practice), along with major journals like George Fox's and John Woolman's, theology from Robert Barclay and Thomas Clarkson's fascinating "Portraiture of Quakerism."



Last updated by Martin Kelley 2nd month 19, 2010.

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