Register for the Second Lecture in CFHA’s Series, Quakerism in the Atlantic World

Join us Saturday, January 29th, for the second lecture in CFHA’s Quakerism in the Atlantic World series. Our speaker is Quaker scholar Betsy Cazden who will discuss her chapter, “‘Within the Bounds of their Circumstances:’ The Testimony of Inequality among Eighteenth-Century New England Friends.”

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Lecture Series Registration and Update

Registration for CFHA’s lecture series, Quakerism in the Atlantic World, is now open. All are welcome to attend the lectures and are we encourage you to share this link with friends and colleagues who will find the series of interest.

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Upcoming Lecture Series – Quakerism in the Atlantic World

Happy New Year!

The Canadian Friends Historical Association is excited to announce our upcoming lecture series. Given the success of the keynote presentation at our last AGM by the authors of Quakerism in the Atlantic World, 1690-1830, we have invited each author back to share their findings in a series of ten online lectures. . . . (Click here to read more) “Upcoming Lecture Series – Quakerism in the Atlantic World”

Preserving History: FHL Provides CFHA with Digital Images of the Earliest Nine Partners Monthly Meeting Books (1769 – 1851).

Friends Historical Library (FHL) at Swarthmore College, PA, hosts one of the most extensive archives of early American Quaker meeting minute books and other documents to be found anywhere in North America.

All books were photographed in 1950 by Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City and are of a very high quality. . . . (Click here to read more) “Preserving History: FHL Provides CFHA with Digital Images of the Earliest Nine Partners Monthly Meeting Books (1769 – 1851).”

AGM 2021 Highlights

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Annual General Meeting this year! This was our second virtual gathering, allowing for a number of attendees from a distance to participate.

Our thanks and appreciation also go to the keynote presentation panelists who shared about their research from Quakerism in the Atlantic World, 1690-1830, including Robynne Rogers Healey, Richard C. . . . (Click here to read more) “AGM 2021 Highlights”