Online Event: “Assimilate or Be Exterminated” by David Raymond

“Assimilate or Be Exterminated”
Presented by David Raymond (Mi’kmaw descendant)
December 4, 2023, 7pm Eastern Time

David Raymond, a Quaker from Ottawa, will be giving a talk titled “Assimilate or Be Exterminated” this coming Monday, December 4th. David used the CFHA transcription of the Genessee Yearly Meeting minutes and other CFHA resources in his research. . . . (Click here to read more) “Online Event: “Assimilate or Be Exterminated” by David Raymond”

New London Quakers: A Coda

We are excited to share this guest post by Daphne Davey. In the Winter 2016 Meetinghouse, Daphne wrote about the New London settlement of English Quakers in Prince Edward Island. Her original article can be read here (pg 12–13).


“THE CANADIAN FRIEND,” AROUND THE FAMILY

NEW LONDON QUAKERS: A CODA

The Winter 2016 issue of the Meetinghouse carried an article I had submitted, “The Lost Dream Revived,” briefly outlining the story of the first settlement of Quakers on Île-Saint-Jean/St. . . . (Click here to read more) “New London Quakers: A Coda”

New Transcription: Pickering Monthly Meeting, 1845 – 1867

We have updated our transcriptions page with a new upload: Pickering Monthly Meeting Minutes, 1845–1867.

Thank you to Carman Foster for transcribing the minutes and to Randy Saylor for overseeing the transcription process. The CFHA is grateful for their generous donation and time. . . . (Click here to read more) “New Transcription: Pickering Monthly Meeting, 1845 – 1867”

Penultimate Lecture in Quakerism in the Atlantic World with Rosalind Johnson

Join us Saturday, May 7th, for the penultimate lecture in CFHA’s Quakerism in the Atlantic World series. The previous eight lectures have proven wonderful opportunities for thoughtful dialogue and engagement in the broader Quaker scholarly community. We’re excited to welcome our next presenter, Dr.

. . . (Click here to read more) “Penultimate Lecture in Quakerism in the Atlantic World with Rosalind Johnson”