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A Colonial Quaker Girl
BY SALLY WISTER
Sally Wister was the teenage daughter of a wealthy Philadelphia Quaker family during the Revolutionary War. This colorful book records, in Sally's own words, her encounters with militia and her family's experiences. Filled with illustrations of mixed styles, sidebars, and vocabulary words, it is an instructive book for ages 8-11 about the parties and some of the events in Revolutionary Philadelphia. Except for some editorial description of Quakers, it includes nothing about Sally's perspective or experience as a Friend.
Capstone Press 2013 32 PP. Paper
BY AMY H. WEBER
A short Quaker mystery about Haddonfield Meeting in New Jersey. It includes the real story of Elizabeth Haddon, the Quaker who came from Britain in 1701, when her parents died, to continue their work in the town named after them. The mystery features stolen antique candlesticks, missing persons,Quakers with clay feet, as well as a ghost who haunts themeeting house. Much reduced.
Amy H. Weber 1999 78 PP. Paper
Fifty well-crafted and occasionally humorous poems by Quaker educator Paul Lacy touch on topics of aging, weather, literature, travel, witness, and more.
Xlibris 2013 97 PP. Paper
Letters To A Fellow Seeker
Faith And Practice Of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (paper)
An Introduction To Quaker Testimonies
Sparkling Still, Printed Version
Four Doors To Meeting For Worship