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QuakerResearch inProgress Information concerning Quaker studies in progress but not published should be sent to Henry J. Cadbury, Chairman of tL· Committee on Historical Research, 774 Millbrook Lane, Haverford, Pennsylvania. Henry H. Beeson, 1428 Carolcrest Drive, Houston, Texas 77024. History of the Mendenhall family. Louise Conway Beiden, Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, Delaware 19703. Humphry Marshall, American Quaker Botanist. (Biography, correspondence with European botanists, and international trade in plants. Also a description of his house at Marshallton, Pa., built in 1773.) University of Delaware: Art History, English, and History, thesis for M.A. degree. David Bowen, 426 Harvard Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. 19081. Friends in War: A Quaker Meeting's Implementation of Its Peace Testimony. (A study of the Cambridge, Mass., Monthly Meeting's peace testimony from 1940 to 1947.) Completed. --------------·. The Traditional Testimonies of Friends as a Factor in the Separation of 1827-1828. Swarthmore College: History, thesis for M.A. degree. Orin Bullock, 344 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201. Quaker Meetinghouse, Newport, Rhode Island. (A study of its construction, which was begun in 1699, and its furnishings, preliminary to the restoration of the building.) Christopher C. Curtis, Cope House, Awbury Park, Philadelphia, Pa. 19138. The Rise of Quakerism. (The peculiarities of Quaker thought that appealed to Fox's contemporaries.) Harvard College: History and Literature, thesis for A.B. degree. Katharine T. Guthorn (Mrs. Peter J.), 825 Rathjen Road, Brielle, New Jersey 08730. George Keith's Little-Known Career. (An assessment of him as a teacher in the light of the experiences both of his own day and today.) Monmouth College, N. J. : History of American Education. Hiram H. Hilty, 1509 Nathan Hunt Road, Greensboro, N. C. 27410. Quakers and Slavery in North Carolina. (From William Edmundson's visit in 1672 to the end of the Civil War, concentrating on the colonization of Negroes in Haiti, Liberia, and the Middle West.) Duke University: History, thesis for Ph.D. degree. 49 50Quaker History David Charles LeShana, George Fox College, Newberg, Oregon 97132. Friends in California: A Study of the Effect of Nineteenth-Century Revivalism upon Western Quakerism. (A study of California and Pacific Yearly Meetings.) University of Southern California: Religion, thesis for Ph.D. degree. Completed. Sally Loomis, 31 Sacramento Street, Cambridge, Mass. 02138. Paul Cuffe. Mike W. Owen, 745 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 02215. Ohio Quakers During the Civil War Era. University of Cincinnati: History, thesis for M.A. degree. Odell Richardson Reuben, Morris College, Sumter, South Carolina 29150. Dilemma of Principles. (A study of the conflicts involved in the Quaker peace testimony and antislavery witness in the pre-Civil War period, 1830-1860). Duke University: Religion, thesis for Ph.D. degree. Joseph E. Walker, Millersville State College, Millersville, Pa. 17551. Inland Travel in Young America. (Six travel diaries from the period 1800 to 1820. Includes two Quaker diaries: Gerard T. Hopkins and J. Gibbons.) Louis Weeks, III, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Cotton Mather and the Quakers. (A study of the changing relationship, arguing that it provides a microcosm for understanding the acceptance of the Quakers in America.) ...


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