Quaker Crosscurrents: Three Hundred Years of Friends in the New York Yearly Meetings (review)

@article{Frost1996QuakerCT,
  title={Quaker Crosscurrents: Three Hundred Years of Friends in the New York Yearly Meetings (review)},
  author={Jerry William Frost},
  journal={Quaker History},
  year={1996},
  volume={85},
  pages={60 - 62}
}
Quaker Crosscurrents, dedicated to the proposition that committees can write history, lists six editors, forty-seven authors of different sections (if I counted right), with the last chapter on recent events mentioning eighteen people. Hugh Barbour was primarily responsible for six chapters and Christopher Densmore and ArthurWorrall credited with three each, but the whole book appears a genuinely collaborative effort. Amazingly, in spite ofthe scissors and paste effects visible in some places… Expand