Quakers -- Massachusetts -- History
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
"An Addition to the book, entitled, The Spirit of the Martyrs Revived. It being a short account of some Remarkable Persecution in New England"
The manuscript of Joseph Bolles, entitled "An Addition to the book, entitled, The Spirit of the Martyrs revived. It being a short account of some Remarkable Persecution in New England," was originally written in 1758. This volume is a handwritten copy, copied by Charles E. Pratt at an unknown date. The volume details the history of British Quaker martyrs in New England.
Isaac Hacker was a Quaker school administrator in Salem, Massachusetts. His diary entries describe the weather, attendance at Quaker Meetings, social calls from friends and family, and births, deaths, and marriages within the Quaker community.
This collection is comprised of typed transcripts and photocopies of the original court documents of William Leddra's arrest in 1660. The documents describe Leddra's arrest by the Last Court of Assistants at Boston, after returning to an area he had previously been banished from.
This history of Quakers in Boston covers from 1656 to 1964. The manuscript is organized chronologically-- the first section covers the first two centuries of Quakerism in Boston, 1656-1870, the second part covers 1870-1926, and the third part covers 1926-1964.
This collection is comprised of the single volume notebook of history and lecture notes of professor Allen C. Thomas. The notebook includes notes on the history of Sandwich monthly and quarterly meetings, and on Newell Hoxie, of Sandwhich, Mass.