Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750, with their early history in Ireland
by Myers, Albert Cook
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania: Albert Cook Myers, 1902. Hardcover. VG+ (Has average edge wear at outer spine, edges of book block have aged slightly; pages are crisp and clean, though flyleaves tanned where former dj resided.). Navy cloth boards with brown cloth spine, gilt lines on spine & boards, 477 pp., BW illus. Traces first the origins of the Quakers in Ireland, then follows them with William Penn's invitation to the colony of Pennsylvania. Describes their most frequent places of settlement in Philadelphia and surrounding counties and townships. Outlines their social life, and prominent Irish Friends James Logan, Thomas Holme, Robert Turner, Thomas Griffitts, Robert Strettell, William Stockdale, Nicholas Newlin, Nathaniel Newlin, and Lydia Darragh. Includes a bibliography.
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