The Transformation of American Quakerism: Orthodox Friends, 1800-1907

@inproceedings{Hamm1988TheTO,
  title={The Transformation of American Quakerism: Orthodox Friends, 1800-1907},
  author={Thomas D. Hamm},
  year={1988}
}
Foreword by Catherine L. Albanese and Stephen J. Stein Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter I The Quaker Vision of Religious Life, 1800-1860 Chapter II The Breakdown of the Older Vision, 1800-1850 Chapter III The Renewal Movement, 1850-1870 Chapter IV The Revival, 1867-1880 Chapter V The Realignment of American Quakerism, 1875-1890 Chapter VI The Quaker Search for Order, 1875-1895 Chapter VII The Rise of Modernist Quakerism, 1895-1907 Appendix I Membership Statistics for Orthodox/Garneyite… 
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