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Basic Quakerism
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Philadelphia's Arch Street Meeting House

Philadelphia's Arch Street Meeting House

Philadelphia's Arch Street Meeting House

A Biography

BY GREGORY A. BARNES

Brief Description:
Greg Barnes has deeply researched Philadelphia's historic meeting house at the intersection of Fourth and Arch Streets in the Olde City district. Here Quaker history unfolded, Quaker characters wielded influence, and the story of William Penn's Holy Experiment led its course from the early colonial days to the present. A delightful and informative book.

QuakerBridge Media of FGC 2013 377 PP. Paper

$25.00 (in stock)

 

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