Bibliography

Bibliography of Sources on early and contemporary Quakers and Quakerism

This bibliography is a work-in-progress: I continue to add new entries and some are not yet complete.   (dcq = Earlham School of Religion’s Digital Quaker Collection.  For links to this and some other wonderful online sources of early Quaker documents, see the Resources and Links page.)

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Ambler, Rex, ed., Truth of the Heart: An Anthology of George Fox, 1624-1691, London: Quaker Books, 2001.

Bacon, Margaret Hope, Mothers of Feminism: The Story of Quaker Women in America, San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1986. 

Barbour, Hugh and Arthur O. Roberts, eds., Early Quaker Writings, 1650-1700, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 2004.

Barbour, Hugh, ed., Margaret Fell Speaking, Pendle Hill pamphlet 206, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill, March 1976.

Banks, John,  “The Journal of John Banks,” Early Quaker Writings, 1650-1700, Hugh Barbour and Arthur O. Roberts, eds., Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 2004.

Besse, Joseph, A Collection of the Sufferings of the People Called Quakers, Vol. 1, London: L. Hinde, 1753, dqc.

Besse, Joseph, A Collection of the Sufferings of the People Called Quakers, Vol. 2 Facsimile of part of the 1753 edition, York, England: Sessions Book Trust, 2001.

Blackborrow, Sarah, “A Visit to the Spirit in Prison,” London: Printed for Thomas Simmons, 1658, dqc.

Boorstin, Daniel J., The Americans: The Colonial Experience, New York: Vintage Books, 1958.

Borg, Marcus J. and John Dominic Crossan, The Last Week: The Day-by-Day Account of Jesus’s Final Week in Jerusalem, San Francisco: Harper Collins, 2006.

Bowden, James, The History of the Society of Friends in America, Vol. I, London: Gilpin, 1850.

Bowne, John, The Journal of John Bowne: 1650-1694, New Orleans, Louisiana: Friends of the Community College Library and Polyanthros, 1975.

Bowne House Historical Society, The Bowne Family Biographies,  http://www.bownehouse.org/history_bowne_family.htm, accessed July 13, 2012.

Brailsford, Mabel Richmond, Quaker Women 1650-1690, London: Duckworth & Co., 1915.

Brinton, Howard, Quaker Journals: Varieties of Religious Experience Among Friends, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1972.

Brown, Elizabeth Potts and Susan Mosher Stuard, eds., Witnesses for Change: Quaker Women Over Three Centuries, *

Burgess, Robert S., To Try the Bloody Law: The Story of Mary Dyer, Burnsville, NC: Celo Valley Books, 2000.

Burrough, Edward, “The Death of Mary Dyer,” Early Quaker Writings: 1650-1700, ed. by Hugh Barbour and Arthur O. Roberts, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1973, 2004.

Burrough, Edward, “The Epistle To The Reader,” an introduction to “The Great Mystery” by George Fox, London:1658, Street Corner Society webpage,    http://www.strecorsoc.org/docs/burrough4.html, July 25, 2012.

Cadbury, Henry J., ed., George Fox’s `Book of Miracles,’Philadelphia: Friends General Conference, 2000.

Callway, Henry, Memoir of James Parnell, Hall V. Worthington website *.

Carroll, Kenneth L., “Sackcloth and Ashes,” The Journal of the Friends Historical Society, Vol. 53, No. 4 (1975).

Carroll, Kenneth L., “Singing in the Spirit in Early Quakerism,” Quaker History Vol. 73, No. 1 (Spring 1984).

Cary, Stephen, Intrepid Quaker: One Man’s Quest For Peace – Memoirs, Speeches, And Writings Of Stephen G. Cary, Alison Anderson and Jack Coleman, eds., Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill, 2004.

Crisp, Stephen, “A Journal of the Life of Stephen Crisp,” Early Quaker Writings: 1650-1700, ed. by Hugh Barbour and Arthur O. Roberts, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1973, 2004.

Cronk, Sandra, A Lasting Gift: The Journal and Selected Writings of Sandra L. Cronk, Philadelphia: Quaker Press, 2009.

Crouch, William, “Posthuma Christiana,” Early Quaker Writings: 1650-1700, ed. by Hugh Barbour and Arthur O. Roberts, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1973, 2004.

Damrosch, Leo, The Sorrows of the Quaker Jesus: James Nayler and the Puritan Crackdown on the Free Spirit, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1996.

Dandelion, Ben Pink, Douglas Gwyn, and Timothy Peat, Heaven on Earth: Quakers and the Second Coming, Birmingham: Curlew Productions and Woodbrooke College, 1998.

Dandelion, Pink, An Introduction to Quakerism, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Davies, Stevie, Unbridled Spirits: Women of the English Revolution 1640-1660, The Women’s Press, 1998.

Dewsbury, William, “A True Prophecy of the Mighty Day of the Lord,” 1655, Early Quaker Writings: 1650-1700, ed. by Hugh Barbour and Arthur O. Roberts, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1973, 2004.

Edwards-Konic, Trish, “No Greater Love,” Quaker Life, Vol. 42, issue 3, May/June 2006.

Evans, Katharine and Sarah Chevers, “This is a short Relation of some of the Cruel Sufferings (For the Truth’s sake) of Katharine Evans & Sarah Chevers, In the Inquisition in the Isle of Malta,” Hidden in Plain Sight, Garman et. al, eds., Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1996.

Fager, Chuck, “Friends as a Chosen People,” Quaker Theology, http://www.quaker.org/quest/peoplehood-1.htm

Fell, Margaret, “A Journal or Historical Account of the Life, Travel, Sufferings, Christian Experiences & Labor of Love in the Work of the Ministry of that Ancient, Eminent and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ, George Fox,” Hidden in Plain Sight, Garman et. al, eds., Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1996.

Fell, Margaret, A true testimony from the people of God, London: Printed for Robert Wilson, 1660, dqc.

Fell, Margaret, “An Epistle of M. Fell to Friends, 1654,” Hidden in Plain Sight, Garman et. al, eds., Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1996.

Fell, Margaret, Life of Margaret Fox, Philadelphia: Book Association of Friends, 1885, dqc.

Fell, Margaret, Women’s Speaking Justified, *.

Fiske, John, The Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America, Vol. 1, Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, The Riverside Press, 1899.

Flanagan, Eileen, “Africa, Appalachia, and Arrest,” Friends Journal, June/July 2013.

Forster, Mary, ed. “Seven Thousand Handmaids and Daughters of the Lord,” Hidden in Plain Sight, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1996.

Fox, George, “Concerning the First Spreading of the Truth, and How that Many Were Imprisoned, etc.,” Early Quaker Writings, 148.

Fox, George, “Collection Of Many Select And Christian Epistles, Letters And Testimonies,”  Works of George Fox, Volume 7, Philadelphia, New York: Marcus T. C. Gould, Isaac Hopper, 1831, dqc.

Fox, George, The Journal of George Fox, John L. Nickalls, ed., Philadelphia: Religious Society of Friends, 1995.

Fox, George, George Fox’s “Book of Miracles,” Henry J. Cadbury, ed., New York: Octagon Books, 1973.

Fox, George, Works, Vol. 4. *

 “Journal of John Banks,” Friends Library, vol. II, Philadelphia, 1838.

Garman, Mary, et. al., eds., Hidden in Plain Sight: Quaker Women’s Writings 1650-1700, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1996.

Garman, Tabetha, Designed for the Good of All: The Flushing Remonstrance and Religious Freedom in America, A thesis presented to the faculty of the Department of History East Tennessee State University, August 2006.

Graves, Michael P., Preaching the Inward Light: Early Quaker Rhetoric, Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press, 2009.

Grimm, Harold J., The Reformation Era 1500-1650, 2nd edition, New York: Macmillan, 1973.

Gwyn, Douglas, Apocalypse of the Word: the Life and Message of George Fox: Richmond, Indiana: Friends United Press, 1986.

Gwyn, Douglas, The Covenant Crucified: Quakers and the Rise of Capitalism, London: Quaker Books, 2006.

Gwyn, Douglas, Seekers Found: Atonement in Early Quaker Experience, Wallingford, Pennsylvania: Pendle Hill, 2000.

Hermann, Eva. “In Prison–Yet Free.” Philadelphia: Tract Association of Friends, 1984. http://www.tractassociation. org/tracts/prison-free/

Hewitson, Gerald, “Journey into Life,” Swarthmore Lecture 2013, Britain Yearly Meeting, http://www.woodbrooke.org.uk/publications.php?action=publication&id=99

Hill, Christopher, “Quakers and the English Revolution,” The Journal of the Friends Historical Society, Vol. 56, No. 3 (1992).

Hinds, Hilary, “Sectarian Spaces: The Politics of Place and Gender in Seventeenth-Century Prophetic Writing,” Manchester University Press, Literature and History third series 13/2.

Howgill, Francis, “The Inheritance of Jacob Discovered, After His Return From Egypt,” Early Quaker Writings: 1650-1700, ed. by Hugh Barbour and Arthur O. Roberts, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1973, 2004.

Ingle, H. Larry, First Among Friends: George Fox and the Creation of Quakerism, New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.

Janney, Samuel M., History of the Religious Society of Friends, Vol. 1, Philadelphia: Hayes & Zell, 1859.

Jones, Rufus M., The Quakers in the American Colonies, London: MacMillan, 1911.

Jones, Rufus M., Spiritual Reformers in the 16th and 17th Centuries, London: MacMillan, 1914.

Kamensky, Jane, Governing the Tongue: The Politics of Speech in Early New England, New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Keiser, R. Melvin and Rosemary Moore, Knowing the Mystery of Life Within: Selected Writings of Isaac Penington in their Historical and Theological Context, London: Quaker Books, 2005.

Kent, Stephen A. “`Handmaids and Daughters of the Lord’: Quaker Women, Quaker Families, and Somerset’s Ant-Tithe Petition in 1659,” Quaker History, Vol 97, No. 1 (Spring 2008).

Mack, Phyllis, Visionary Women: Ecstatic Prophecy in Seventeenth-Century England, Univ. California, 1992.

Manners, Emily, Elizabeth Hooton: The First Quaker Woman Preacher (1600-1672), London: Headley Brothers, 1914.

Marshall, H.E., This Country of Ours, New York: Kessinger, 2004.  http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext03/cours10.txt [Accessed: 22 June 2012].

Martin, Marcelle, “Invitation to a Deeper Communion,” Pendle Hill pamphlet #366, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill, 2003.

Moore, Rosemary, The Light in their Consciences: Early Quakers in Britain: 1646-1666, University Park, PA, Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000.

Nayler, James, “Milk for Babes and Meat for Strong Men,” London: Printed for Robert Wilson, 1661, dqc.

Nayler, James, “The Lamb’s War Against the Man of Sin,” Early Quaker Writings 1650-1700, ed. by Hugh Barbour and Arthur O. Roberts, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1973, 2004.

Nuttall, Geoffrey F., Studies in Christian Enthusiasm,” Wallingford, Pa: Pendle Hill Publications, 1948.

Parnell, James, Works  *

Penington, Mary, “Some Account of Circumstances in the Life of Mary Penington from her Manuscript Left for her Family,” Garman, Mary, et. al., eds., Hidden in Plain Sight: Quaker Women’s Writings 1650-1700, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1996.

Penington, Isaac, “Concerning the Worship of the Living God, which he teacheth Israel, his People,” Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington, Volume 2, 3rd., George Fox and William Penn, eds., London: Printed and sold by J. Phillips, 1784, dqc.

Penington, Isaac, “Consideration of a Position concerning the Book of Common Prayer,” Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington, Volume 2, 3rd., George Fox and William Penn, eds., London: Printed and sold by J. Phillips, 1784, dqc.

Penington, Isaac, “Letters of Isaac Penington, An Eminent Minister of the Gospel in the Society of Friends, Philadelphia: Book Association of Friends, 1883.

Penington, Isaac, “Scattered Sheep sought after,” Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington, (Volume 1), 1784, Earlham School of Religion Digital Quaker Collection.

Penington, Isaac, “Way of Life and Death made manifest,” Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington, (Volume 1), 1784, qdc.

Plimpton, Ruth, Mary Dyer: Biography of a Rebel Quaker, Boston: Branden, 1994.

Reay, Barry, The Quakers and the English Revolution, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1985.

Roberts, Arthur O., Through Flaming Sword: the Life and Legacy of George Fox, Newberg, Oregon: Barclay Press, 2008.

Ross, Isabel, Margaret Fell: Mother of Quakerism, York, England: William Sessions Book Trust, Ebor Press, 1949, 1984, 1996.

Savage, Scott, A Plain Life: Walking My Belief, New York: Random House, 2000.

Sewel, William, Sewel’s History of the Quakers, Vol. 1, 3rd. edition correct, Burlington, N.J.: Isaac Collins, 1774.

Skidmore, Gil, Dear Friends and Sisters: 25 short biographies of Quaker women, Reading: The Sowle Press, 1998.

Smith, Edward, William Dewsbury c1621-1688: One of the first Valiant Sixty Quakers; York: Sessions Book Trust, 1997 (facsimile of 1836 book London: Darton and Harvey).

Smith, Lacey Baldwin and Jean Reeder Smith, The Past Speaks to 1688: Sources and Problems in English History, Lexington, Massachusetts: Heath, 1981.

Smith, Lacey Baldwin, This Realm of England: 1399 to 1688, third edition, Lexington, Massachusetts: Heath, 1976.

Smith, William, “New creation brought forth, in the holy order of life,” 1661 (Digital Quaker Collection at Earlham College).

Spencer, Carole Dale, Holiness: The Soul of Quakerism, Colorado Springs, CO: Paternoster, 2007.

Thompson, Benjamin F., A History of Long Island, second edition, Vol. II, New York: Gould, Banks & Co., 1843, The New York Public Library Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/stream/historyoflongisl02thom#page/n7/mode/2up.

Travers, Rebecca, Testimony Concerning the LIGHT and LIFE of JESUS, London: 1663, Earlham digital Quaker Collection.

Trevett, Christine, Women and Quakerism in the 17th Century,York, England: The Ebor Press, 1995.

Trevett, Christine, Quaker Women Prophets in England and Wales 1650-1700, Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellon Press, 2000.

Tual, Jacques, “Sexual Equality and Conjugal Harmony: The Way to Celestial Bliss.  A view of early Quaker matrimony,” The Journal of the Friend’s Historical Society, Vol 55, No. 6 (1988).

Underwood, T.L., Primitivism, Radicalism, and the Lamb’s War: The Baptist-Quaker Conflict in Seventeenth-Century England, New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Utley, Robert M. and Wilcomb E. Washburn, The American Heritage History of the Indian Wars, New York: American Heritage Publishing Co./Bonanza Books, 1977.

Vipont, Elfrida, George Fox and the Valiant Sixty, Philadelphia, PA: Friends General Conference, 1975.

Waugh, Dorothy, “A Relation Concerning Dorothy Waugh’s Cruel Usage by the Mayor of Carlisle,” The Lambs Defense Against Lyes,” 1656.  Found on the website of Manchester University Press, http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/uploads/docs/s1_2.pdf

Wallace, T.H.S., A Sincere and Constant Love: An Introduction to the Work of Margaret Fell, Richmond, Indiana: Friends United Press, 1992.

West, Jessmyn, ed., The Quaker Reader, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill, 1962.

White, Dorothy, “A Trumpet of the Lord of Hosts Blown unto the City of London,” Hidden in Plain Sight, Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1996.

Whitehead, George, An Impartial Account of the most Remarkable Transactions Relating to James Nayler, from The Collected Works of James Nayer 1716, Works; Supplement – i, modernized by Emlyn Warren, Oxford: 1998.

Zwierlein, Frederick James, Religion in New Netherland1623-1664; a history of the development of the religious conditions in the province of New Netherland 1623-1664,Rochester, N.Y.: J.P. Smith, 1910, The New York Public Library Internet Archive, http://archive.org/details/religioninnewn00zwie.

A Whole Heart Bibliography (c) 2013 Marcelle Martin

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