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  Volume 65, Number 1, Spring 1976

Table of Contents

The Relation of the Quakers to the American Revolution

pp. 3-18
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Alice Hayes and Mary Penington: Personal Identity Within the Tradition of Quaker Spiritual Autobiography

pp. 19-31
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Feathers of Peace

pp. 32-34
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First Publishers of Truth in New England: A Composite List, 1656-1775

pp. 35-44
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Historical News

pp. 45-46
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Book Reviews

William Penn, and: William Penn: Apostle of Dissent (review)

pp. 47-48
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Joseph Richardson and Family. Philadelphia Silversmiths (review)

pp. 49-50
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I Speak for my Slave Sister: The Life of Abby Kelley Foster (review)

p. 50
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"The Other Branch:" London Yearly Meeting and the Hicksites, 1827-1912 (review)

p. 51
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Uphill for Peace—Quaker Impact on Congress (review)

pp. 52-53
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Friends University, 1898-1973 (review)

pp. 53-54
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Life Unfolding: The spiritual pilgrimage of a Quaker plainsman (review)

pp. 54-55
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The Association of Evangelical Friends: A story of Quaker renewal in the twentieth century (review)

pp. 55-56
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Briefer Notices

pp. 57-60
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Quaker Research in Progress

p. 60
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Research Areas

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