- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Notes on Contributors
1Sarah Jones and the Appearance of the Quaker Light
2‘Harden not thy Heart’
3Early Quaker Women and the Testimony of the Family, 1652–1767
4Written from the Body of Sisterhood
5Stock Characters with Stiff-Brimmed Bonnets
6‘She Suffered for My Sake’
7In the Light and on the Road
8‘The Impudent Fellow Came in Swareing’
9Copying Hannah Griffitts
10Margaret Fell, Mother of the New Jerusalem
11‘The Days of Thy Youth’
12Quaker Women in Lenape Country
- Index of Bible References
- Subject Index
- (p.240) Afterword
- New Critical Studies on Early Quaker Women, 1650-1800
- Oxford University Press
It is a little over a century since Mabel Richmond Brailsford penned her narrative history of Quaker Women, 1650–1690 (1915). In the interim, rich veins of evidence have become more easily accessible, analytical tools more refined, and as the value of women’s writings has been reappraised, so many by Quaker women have been rescued from neglect....
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