Meetinghouse - our newsletter.
Canadian Journal of Quaker History - our annual "Journal"
Newsletters from 1972 to 2005
- "The Best Man for Settling New Country" - The Journal of Timothy Rogers, edited by Christopher Densmore and Albert Schrauwers, 2000
- Faith, Friends and Fragmentation - Essays on the Nineteenth Century Quakerism in Canada, edited by Albert Schrauwers, 1995
- The Orthodox Friends Burying Ground, Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON, David L. Newlands, 1983
|Who are the Quakers?
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- 24 Sept 2016: CFHA Conference and AGM
was held at Uxbridge. It was a success and a report will be available soon.
Transcription of Minute books and Registers
Family History Project
The Canadian Quaker
Family History Project seeks to document the lives and experiences of
the thousands of descendants of Quaker settlers from the 18th century
onwards. A Testimonial, suitable for framing, has been created to celebrate Quaker ancestors. More information soon.
Built Heritage and Register
which refers to a project to create a register of meeting houses (surviving or otherwise) and significant other
buildings and locations that have a Quaker history.
The objective of the Quaker Register is to document, recognize, and if possible preserve, Quaker built heritage in
Additional postings concerning the above two projects are pending upgraded
website capability. For additional information please contact the CFHA