The “Who are the Quakers?” poster set started as an initiative of the Eastern Shore Quaker Worship Group in Nova Scotia. An initial set of 8 posters were developed as information aids to visitors to the Quaker Whaling House Museum located in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Panels detailing the early multi-racial Quaker community at Beaver Harbour, New Brunswick, and one describing CFHA itself, have since been added. Poster sets suitable for local display are available to Quaker meetings. For details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CFHA is very pleased to introduce two versions of a new panel related to George Fox, the 17th century visionary credited with drawing diverse groups of religious dissenters into what became the Religious Society of Friends. These new posters describe two elements of his ministry that became foundational aspects of the emerging Quaker ethos and message.
You can download these panels in full-resolution printable PDF form here:
Viewer comments, questions, and responses to the new George Fox posters are most welcome. We hope this will be the first of many lively conversations and debates on this, our new CFHA website.
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For these new George Fox panels, we are curious: which one do you like better? Would you prefer only one be entered into the official Who Are The Quakers? panel set, or should people have the option of both? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments.