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Understanding Quaker migrations can help you understand some of the records available. Lisa Arnold talks about Quakers, where they moved and why - read more here: ancstry.me/1q4DUJd

Quaker Migration: Why You Want To Leave Me?

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Thee and Me: A Beginner's Guide to Early Quaker Records by Lisa Parry Arnold,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0990314200/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_-I4ytb04R2D93X33

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Watercolor: Interior of Amersham Meeting House Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England (Saunders line)

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Old Quaker Cemetery, South Kingstown, Rhode Island

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en.wikipedia.org/... [This is lithograph by T. Sinclair in John Collins, The city & scenery of Newport, 1857]

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Rules of discipline of the Yearly-meeting, held on Rhode-Island, for New-England

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Rules of Discipline of the Yearly Meeting on Rhode Island

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The Narragansett Friends' Meeting in the Xviii Century

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New England Yearly Meeting in PDF

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William Edmundson travelled with George Fox to Jamaica, Barbados, and the colonies and played a prominent part in a significant public debate about the nature of Quakerism with Roger Williams, founder of the town of Providence in Rhode Island. Roger Williams was deeply antagonistic to the Quaker message, but the Quakers ‘won’ the debate, thus assuring RI as Quaker friendly for the next 100 years. Edmundson went on to Boston and Long Island, before returning home in 1672.

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Smithfield Friends Meeting House, Parsonage and Cemetery, is a Friends Meeting House of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), built 1719, rebuilt in 1881. It is located at 108 Smithfield Road (Route 146A) in Woonsocket, Rhode Island (across the street from North Smithfield). The meetinghouse is home to one of the oldest Quaker communities in the region.

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The Meeting House, Adams MA, was active from 1782 to 1842 built by Quakers from Smithfield Ri & Dartmouth MA. Among its members was Susan B. Anthony, who was born in the area and who worshipped there as a child.

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Telling HerStory 2014 Meets Church Record Sunday: Quaker Women #genealogy #familyhistory

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New England Meeting Web page

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Title The Narragansett Friends' meeting in the XVIII century: with a chapter on Quaker beginnings in Rhode Island ATLA monograph preservation program Author Caroline Hazard Publisher Houghton, Mifflin, 1899 Original from Harvard University Digitized Nov 19, 2007 Length 197 pages

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google.com/books Title The Narragansett Historical Register, Volume 7 Author Rhode Island Citizens Historical Association Publisher Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, 1889 Original from the New York Public Library Digitized Mar 18, 2008

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Granite in My Blood: Anthony the Quaker

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Quaker Meeting House by midgefrazel, via Flickr

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Granite in My Blood: Sally and Caleb Turner

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Granite in My Blood: Tombstone Tuesday: Rock in Graveyard

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Granite in My Blood: Quaker Sources

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Granite in My Blood: Tombstone Tuesday: Warner and Susanna AYLSWORTH

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