Elizabeth Robson’s Visit to Upper Canada, 1824–25

In the 1820s, North American Quakers were locked in disputes that divided the Religious Society of Friends in the Hicksite-Orthodox Separation of 1827–28. In the years preceding the separation, several influential English Quaker ministers—especially women—dedicated themselves to travelling throughout North America trying to correct what they saw as the flawed doctrine espoused by Friends known as Hicksites. . . . (Click here to read more) “Elizabeth Robson’s Visit to Upper Canada, 1824–25”