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Lydia Cooke diaries
Lydia Barton Cooke was a Philadelphia Quaker who joined the Hicksites in 1828. Diary entries include prayers, poems, descriptions of domestic duties, social calls from family and friends, Quaker meetings, and discussions of the health of her husband and children. Cooke's diaries also feature religious reflections, potentially concerning the separation between Orthodox and Hicksite.
Susan Foulke diary
Susan Foulke was an Orthodox Quaker and a member of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. Entries detail Susan’s daily life and include prayers, religious reflection, descriptions of visits to friends and family in Philadelphia and Burlington, New Jersey, and births, deaths, and marriages within her family and the Quaker community.
Rowland Greene journals
Rowland Greene was a Quaker minister from Rhode Island. His diary entries focus largely on religious visits Greene made throughout New England, as well as Quaker meetings he attended, social calls, family news, deaths within the Quaker community, and passages of religious reflection.
John Mietou Griscom diary
John M. Grisom was a physician who lived and practiced in Moorestown, Burlington, New Jersey. His diary focuses on his attendance at "Friendly Study Group" meetings, a group, according to Griscom, that gathers for "the study of the influences and causes leading to the separation of 1827." Entries describe discussions had at these meetings.
William Hodgson Jr. diary
William Hodgson Jr. was a Quaker minister. His diary entries describe the voyage from Liverpool, England, to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, including descriptions of the weather, books Hodgson read while on board, and the Captain and other passengers. Later entries related to Hodgson's time in Philadelphia describe the terrain, his attendance at the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and other Quaker Meetings, visits to schools in Philadelphia, and discussions of the Hicksite separation.
Joseph Scattergood diary
Joseph Scattergood, an Elder of Green St. Monthly Meeting, was a signer of the first letter of concern by the Elders of Philadelphia to Elias Hicks regarding the doctrine he was preaching (1822). Diary entries describe Quaker meetings, social calls and family news, visits to family and friends in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, births, deaths, and marriages within the Quaker community, and Scattergood's work as a school teacher.
- Quakers -- History 4
- Quakers -- Pennsylvania -- Social life and customs 3
- Quaker women 2
- travel literature 2
- Motherhood -- United States -- History 1
- Quakers -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia 1
- Quakers -- Travel 1
- Rhode Island 1
- Society of Friends -- Clergy -- Diaries 1
- Women and religion 1 ∧ less
- Hicks, Elias, 1748-1830 3
- Bettle, Samuel 1
- Cadbury, Henry J. (Henry Joel), 1883-1974 1
- Cooke, Lydia Barton 1
- Foulke, Susan 1
- Greene, Rowland 1
- Griscom, John Mietou 1
- Hodgson, William 1
- Scattergood, Joseph 1 ∧ less