New England Yearly Meeting

A community of Quakers and Quaker meetings across New England.

Acknowledgments

Acknowledgement is gratefully made for special permission received from authors, publishers and other copyright owners to make quotations as follows:

  • Abingdon Press: In Him is life, by Robert H. Beaven, 1946
  • American Friends Service Committee: Speak truth to power, 1955 Taking charge, 1975
  • Lawrence S. Apsey: Transforming power for peace, 1960
  • Argenta Friends Press: Perspectives on Friends' testimonies in today's world, by Ursula M. Franklin. Gardner Lecture, 1979. Canadian Yearly Meeting Preparation for peace, by Adam Curle, 1980. Gardner Lecture, Canadian Yearly Meeting
  • Kenneth Boulding: There is a Spirit, 1975
  • Cambridge University Press: The journal of George Fox, edited by John L. Nickalls, 1952
  • Church History: "William Penn, model of Protestant liberalism," by Hugh Barbour, June 1979
  • Howard Comfort and Susan Wistar Comfort: lust among Friends, by William Wistar Comfort, 1945
  • David McKay Co., Inc.: William C. Braithwaite, memoirs and essays, edited by A.L.B. Thomas and E.B. Emmott, 1931
  • Disciplined Order of Christ: Living from the Center, by Francis B. Hall, 1980
  • Estate and Trust of Rufus M. Jones: Studies in mystical religion, 1909 Quakers in the American colonies, 1911 Fundamental ends of life, 1924 The faith and practice of the Quakers, 1928 Finding the trail of life, 1929 The trail of life in college, 1929 George Fox, seeker and Friend, 1930 The trail of life in the middle years, 1934 A call to what is vital, 1948
  • Faith and Life Press: Report of the Findings Committee of the New Call to Peacemaking, October 1978, as published in New call for peacemakers, Maynard Shelly, editor, 1979
  • Ruth M. Fawell: Worship and our Quaker meeting, 1957
  • France Yearly Meeting: L'Education religieuse des enfants, 1963
  • The Friend: "The meaning and practice of prayer," by William Littleboy, 1937, vol. 95 "My religion: by a Japanese Friend," Yukio Irie, 1957, vol. 115 Maurice A. Creasey, 1960, vol. 118 Editorial by Bernard Canter, 1961, vol. 119 "Deeper mysteries than life," by Kathleen Lonsdale, 1962, vol. 120 "General advices," London Yearly Meeting, 1964, vol. 122 "Love and discernment," by Richenda Scott, 1975, vol. 133
  • Friends Bulletin: "Some thoughts of a Quaker by convincement," by Hugh Campbell Brown, May 1956
  • Friends Council on Education: "Friends as leaders," 1979, with Committee on Education of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
  • Friends Education Council (London): Up to eighteen, 1949 Growing up in Quaker Worship, 1952
  • Friends General Conference: An interpretation of Friends' worship, by N. Jean Toomer, 1947 "Objectives of religious education," 1955 The spiritual basis of Quaker social concerns, by Dorothy H. Hutchinson, 1961 Marriage as vocation, by David R. Mace, 1969. Rufus Jones Lecture Human sexuality and the Quaker conscience, by Mary S. Calderone, 1973. Rufus Jones Lecture
  • Friends Home Service Committee, London Yearly Meeting: An interpretation of Quakerism, by Rufus M. Jones, 1936 Sacraments, a Quaker approach, by Maurice A. Creasey, 1956 Towards a Quaker view of sex, by a working party, 1964
  • Friends Home Service Committee on behalf of the Woodbrooke Council (Swarthmore Lectures) Unemployment and plenty, by Shipley N. Brayshaw, 1933 Religion and culture, by Caroline C. Graveson, 1937 The Light of Christ in a pagan world, by John A. Hughes, 1940 Authority, leadership and concern, by Roger Wilson, 1949 From loneliness to fellowship, by William Aarek, 1954 On listening to another, by Douglas V. Steere, 1955 Quakers and the religious quest, by Edgar G. Dunstan, 1956 The amazing fact of Quaker worship, by George H. Gorman, 1973
  • Friends Journal:
    • "Divorce in a Friends meeting," by Bob Blood, Nov. 1, 1972
    • "Words at a Quaker wedding," by R.B. Crowell, Nov. 1, 1974
    • "Return from dying," by S. Jean Smith-Hoffman, Mar. 1, 1979
    • "On living and dying," by Cecil E. Hinshaw, Aug. 1-15, 1979
    • "The Quaker proposition," by Stephen G. Cary, Nov. 15, 1979
    • "Witnessing to peace for ourselves and for each other," by Alan Eccleston, Oct. 1, 1980
    • "Not consensus," by Elwood Cronk, April 1, 1982
  • Friends Meeting at Cambridge: Quakers in Boston, 1656-1964, by George A. Selleck, 1976
  • Friends United Meeting (formerly Five Years Meeting of Friends): Friends worship in a pastoral meeting, 1960 Educational task for Friends, 1967 Statement on the sacraments, 1980
  • Friends United Press: "Principles of the Quaker business meeting," by George A. Selleck Friends search for wholeness, edited by John L. Bond, 1978
  • Friends World Committee for Consultation, in Friends World News:
    • "The ground on which you stand is holy ground," by Ranjit Chetsingh, Spring 1975
    • "What say ye of Christ?" by Niranjan Nath Kaul, Spring 1978 "A new call to peacemaking," by Helen Fletcher, Autumn 1979
    • No time but this present, Studies preparatory to the Fourth World Conference of Friends, 1967
    • Statement to United Nations Special Session of General Assembly on Disarmament, June 12, 1978
  • Guilford College:
    • An adequate leadership for Friends meetings, Alexander Purdy, 1950. Ward Lecture
    • Quakerism and politics, by Frederick B. Tolles, 1956. Ward Lecture
    • Betty Gulick: "The vigil," published in Prime Time, April/May 1981
  • George Allen and Unwin, Ltd.:
    • Science and the modern world, by A. Stanley Eddington, 1929
    • Friends beyond the seas, by Henry T. Hodgkin, 1916
  • Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc.:
    • George Fox, seeker and friend, by Rufus M. Jones, 1928
    • A testament of devotion, by Thomas R. Kelly, 1941
    • Friends for 300 years, by Howard H. Brinton, 1952
    • The eternal promise, by Thomas R. Kelly, 1966
    • The family book about sexuality, by M.S. Calderone and E.W. Johnson, 1981
  • Earl G. Harrison, Jr.: "Endangered species: Quaker schools," 1974
  • Seth B. Hinshaw: Developing Quaker leadership, 1964
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.:
    • Message and mission of Quakerism, by Braithwaite and Hodgkin, 1912
    • Light arising, by Caroline E. Stephen, 1950
  • Houghton Mifflin Company:
    • The complete poetical works of John Greenleaf Whittier, 1894
    • Memorandum written by William Rotch in the eightieth year of his age, edited by Swift, 1916
    • Geoffrey Hubbard: Quaker by convincement, 1974
  • Indiana Yearly Meeting: Questions about Quakerism, by Alexander C. Purdy, 1964.
  • Quaker Lecture
    • Industry and Social Order Conference, 1958:
    • Christian responsibility and material possessions
    • Friends and the industrial and social order
  • Iowa Yearly Meeting of Friends (Conservative): Minutes of 1983
  • John Kavanaugh: The Quaker approach, 1953
  • Langley Hill Friends Meeting: Minute of February 20, 1983
  • London Yearly Meeting:
    • Christian discipline, 1951
    • Christian faith and practice in the experience of the religious Society of Friends, 1960, extracts 50, 291, 312, 489, 501, 503, 509, 529, 567, 570, 573
    • Committee reports, 1945, 1954, 1956
    • Epistles, 1906, 1911, 1920, 1937, 1938, 1960
    • Minutes, 1930, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1956
    • Statements and papers, 19V, 1519, 1920, 1941, 1964
    • Wayside sacraments, 1932. Literature Committee
    • Harold Loukes: Friends and their children, 1958
  • The Macmillan Company:
    • The second period of Quakerism, by W.C. Braithwaite, 1919
    • The journal and essays of John Woolman, edited by A.M. Gummere, 1922
    • The beginning of Quakerism, by W.C. Braithwaite, 1923
    • The witness of William Penn, edited by F.B.. Tolles and E.G. Altderfer, 1957
    • Marriage, by Robert O. Blood, Jr., 1962
  • Phillips P. Moulton, editor: The journal and major essays of John Woolman, 1971
  • New York Yearly Meeting: Faith and practice, 1950
  • Daisy Newman: A procession of Friends, 1572
  • North Carolina Yearly Meeting: Faith and practice, 1962
  • Levinus K. Painter: "A Christmas meditation," 1980
  • Pendle Hill Publications:
    • Community and worship, by Douglas V. Steere, 1940. Pamphlet no. 10
    • The Society of Friends, by Howard H. Brinton, 1949. Pamphlet no. 48
    • Prayer, by Helen G. Hole, 1962. Pamphlet no. 123
    • Temptation, a meditation on sexual morality, by Paul A. Lacey, 1964. Bulletin no. 170
    • A joint and visible fellowship, by Beatrice Saxon Snell, 1965. Pamphlet no. 140
    • Dear gift of life, by Bradford Smith, 1965. Pamphlet no. 142
    • Mutual irradiation a Quaker view of ecumenism, by Douglas Steere, 1971. Pamphlet no. V5
    • The Quaker message, by Hugh L. Doncaster, 1972. Pamphlet no. 181
    • A place called community, by Parker J. Palmer, 1977 Pamphlet no. 212
    • The family as a way into the future, by Elise Boulding, 1978. Pamphlet no. 222
    • The peculiar mission of a Friends school, by Douglas Heath, 1979). Pamphlet no. 225
    • With thine adversary in the way, by Margarethe Lachmund, 197'3. Pamphlet. l no. 228
  • Philadelphia Yearly Meeting:
    • A Quaker meeting for worship, by Douglas V. Steere, 1941
    • When Friends attend to business, by Thomas S. Brown Living in the kingdom, by Elfrida V. Foulds, 1955.
    • William Penn Lecture Faith and Practice, 1961
  • Quaker Life:
    • "Four questions for Quakers," by George A. Selleck, February and March 1979
    • "A call to Quaker participation," by Millicent Foster, October 1980
  • Quaker Religious Thought: "The paradox of the Quaker ministry," by D. Elton Trueblood, 1962, vol. 4, no. 2
  • Round Table Press: Contemporary American theology, vol. 1, edited by Vergilius Ferm, 1932
  • Syracuse Monthly Meeting: Minute of 1980
  • Tract Association of Friends: The gathered meeting, by Thomas R. Kelly, 1941
  • University of Toronto Press: Quaker ways in foreign policy, by Robert O. Byrd, 1960
  • William B. Watson: "Before business begins," 1976
  • World Conference, 1937:
    • "Friends contribution to education"
    • "The spiritual message of the Religious Society of Friends"

The Committee preparing this edition believes that no copyright material has been quoted herein without the necessary permission. If the Committee has erred in any case, it apologizes.

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