More about our Published material
See the three sections below with links to the actual documents.
We are always looking for interesting articles about Quaker history - long and short - to publish in our quarterly newsletter, The Meetinghouse. Likewise we accept submissions for publication to The Canadian Journal of Quaker History.
Please feel encouraged to discuss any publishing with our contacts
listed below. For your assistance in preparing a submission to the Journal we have included a CFHA Style Guide.
- Our current newsletter is called the Meetinghouse.
- The Canadian Journal of Quaker History contains researched articles.
- Newsletters from 1972 to 2005.
Journal: Robynne Healey - email@example.com
Newsletter: Tim Chisholm - firstname.lastname@example.org
© Copyright 2009 -
The publications below are provided for your personal use only. Please
contact CFHA for permission to publish this material in any form.
1. The Meetinghouse
our newsletter published up to four times a year
since 2008. In the spirit of openness we publish our current newsletter
for all to see how active we are. If you are not a member, then we hope
you will consider
joining CFHA and being part of our efforts.
Also, if you can help us by submitting written material
for the next issue of The Meetinghouse, then contact Tim Chisholm. His information is
on the Contact page.
The Meetinghouse files can be large so be patient while they download.
2. Canadian Journal of Quaker History
The Journal was started in 1989 as a bound edition of historical articles and published
first semi annually and now annually. The Journal took over the role of
offering researched articles from the earlier Newsletters (#1 to 45).
That is why the first Journal was numbered #46. Past copies of the Journal are available on CD through our Bookstore. Journals from 1989 to the present are posted below. The Journal is issued to members as
part of the membership fee and is one of the appreciated
rewards for being a member.
Call for Papers: The Journal
is looking for well-written articles on any area of Canadian Quaker
history. If you or someone you know has an article of interest, contact
Robynne Rogers Healey to let her know. Her email address and other
details are available on this style sheet and also on the Contact page.
index to the Journals below has been created. However the file below
collects all the Table of Contents of the Journals since 1989 and is a
quick aid in directing you to articles of interest.
3. Newsletters from 1972 to 1988 and then 1998 to 2005
From 1972 to 1989 CFHA published the "Newsletter" up to 4 times a year. Each issue contained
mostly researched articles and transcriptions and as time went on they
began to also include association news.
Posted below are these old newsletters for research purposes. The
Newsletters are numbered 1 to 45 and the numbering continued with the
first Journal (#46) in 1989. They
are full of excellent scholarship. Most of the text was
successfully captured by scanning in a
searchable form but as always with old copies, some text was not clear
enough to be decifered as digital text by the scanner.
Newsletters were published again between 1998 to 2008 and some are posted
below. They contain a mix of association business, scholarship and comment. Starting in 2008, the Newsletter changed its name to The Meetinghouse and they are posted in section 1 above.
No complete Index to the
Newsletters has been created. See #17 below for an index to the first
16 Newsletters and then the file below that which presents the Table of
Contents of newsletters #18 to 45.