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  • An Apology for the True Christian Divinity by Robert Barclay - The classic early Quaker doctrinal work in digital facsimile edition.
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  • The Autobiography of George Fox - Complete online text of the Journal of George Fox, the autobiography of the founder of the Religious Society of Friends.
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  • Famous Friends (Quakers) - Lists famous people from history who were friends, including scientists, politicians, and U.S. Presidents.
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  • Fox's Journal - a guide - A guide to the Journal of George Fox, generally considered to be the founder of Quakerism. It allows one to move from selected key passages to the chapter containing the passage.
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  • James Kiefer's Quaker Biographies - Brief biographies of some key figures in the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).
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  • Journal of George Fox - The autobiography of the founder of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). First published in 1694. This is the Rufus Jones edition, 1908.
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  • Journal of John Woolman - The autobiography of one of the best loved and most respected Quaker historical figures of all time, a key person in the ending of slaveholding among Quakers in the 18th century.
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  • Portraiture of Quakerism - Complete online text of Thomas Clarkson's 1806 work on Quaker beliefs and customs.
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  • Quaker Corner - A repository of resources related to Quaker genealogical research.
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  • Quaker Historical Texts - Several electronic texts of writings of early Friends (Quakers).
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  • Quaker Page of Street Corner Society site - Very helpful organized listing of Quaker writings and historical materials available on the Web.
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  • QuakerPages - A collection of writings and sermons from the 17th century to the present, many of which are not readily available in print.
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  • Spiritual Writings of James Nayler - Selected works of prominent first-generation Quaker James Nayler, and a few sermons from other Friends of the same era.
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  • Swarthmoor Hall - Historic home in Cumbria, England, which served as the nerve center of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in its early days. Official site, with history and facilities.
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  • Tour of Quaker Country - Dai William's tour of the seedbed of early Quakerism in northern England, with a few photos.
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  • Yorkshire Quaker Heritage Project - Databases of publicly accessible archives and book collections related to Friends (Quakers) within the pre-1974 boundaries of the county of Yorkshire in England. These are searchable by location and by name.
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