Quaker Studies

Short Notices

Quaker Studies (2021), 26, (1), 162

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Short Notices

This feature highlights books of potential interest to Quaker studies scholars. Titles include non-traditional academic publications, books from local publishers or published independently, interesting mentions of Quakers and data-centred texts. We are happy to hear from readers about additional texts that might be included in future (email r.i.wynter@bham.ac.uk).

Benny Coxton (with Anita S. Coxton and Celia Renshaw, eds), John and Sarah Boone: Wilcockson’s Quaker heritage, independently published, 2020. Google Scholar

Jeremiah P. Spence, Gibson Family of Great Strickland, Westmoreland, England. Quaker family immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1713, independently published, 2020. Google Scholar

Edwin B. Wilson, The English Ancestry of John Rathmell: tracing the origins of a 1718 immigrant to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, independently published, 2020. Google Scholar

Benny Coxton (with Anita S. Coxton and Celia Renshaw, eds), John and Sarah Boone: Wilcockson’s Quaker heritage, independently published, 2020. Google Scholar

Jeremiah P. Spence, Gibson Family of Great Strickland, Westmoreland, England. Quaker family immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1713, independently published, 2020. Google Scholar

Edwin B. Wilson, The English Ancestry of John Rathmell: tracing the origins of a 1718 immigrant to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, independently published, 2020. Google Scholar


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