Logan, James, 1674-1751
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Agreement between James Logan, on behalf of William Penn, and six Susquehanna and Sheonah related to who can live among the Native Americans, permits for liquor sales, and punishments for those who declare that the English are not their friends.
Letters of English and American Friends written at the end of the 18th century on topics relating to travel in the ministry in England and the northeastern United States, Friends, and health. Almost all the letters are directed to Quaker minister, James Thornton.
In these papers collected by Gulielma Howland are letters or other writings of such notable Quakers as George Dillwyn, Susanna Dillwyn, Samuel Emlen, John Fothergill,, Rebecca Grellet, Hannah Griffitts, Sarah Moore Grimke, Hill family, Margaret H. Hilles, James Logan, Margaret Hill Morris, Milcah Martha Moore, James and John Pemberton,, Daniel B. Smith, John Smith, Margaret H. Smith, Roberts Vaux, Daniel Wheeler and Thomas Wistar.
- Family -- Religious life -- Society of Friends 1
- Health 1
- Indians of North America -- Pennsylvania 1
- Indians of North America -- Treaties 1
- Quakers -- Conduct of life 1
- Quakers -- England 1
- Quakers -- Pennsylvania -- Germantown (Philadelphia) 1
- Quakers -- Pennsylvania -- History -- 18th century 1
- Quakers -- Relations with African Americans 1
- Society of Friends -- Antislavery movement 1
- Society of Friends -- England 1
- Society of Friends -- Pennsylvania 1
- United States -- Foreign relations -- France -- 18th century 1
- United States -- History -- Colonial period -- ca. 1600-1775 1
- letters (correspondence) 1 ∧ less