2 edition of Patterns of influence in Anglo-American Quakerism. found in the catalog.
Patterns of influence in Anglo-American Quakerism.
Thomas Edward Drake
by Society of Friends. Historical Society
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||16|
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Book Reviews Patterns of Influence in Anglo-American Quakerism. By Thomas E. Drake. Journal of the Friends' Historical Society, Supplement No. London: Friends' Historical Society.16 pages. Scanning centuries for reciprocal influences precludes the kind of close analysis Frederick Tolles undertook inwhen he limited himself to the first half century of the Quaker.
published as Patterns of Influence in Anglo-American Quakerism. A full review Patterns of influence in Anglo-American Quakerism. book printed in The Friend of I2th September, and members who were unable to be present in London to hear the address will have been looking forward to reading the full text in order to appreciate and understand.
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