JUST AMONG FRIENDS by William Wistar Comfort

JUST AMONG FRIENDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Long sought information on the Quakers, their history, faith and practice, written with the serene and simple style one would use in telling Bible stories to children. It is, in spite of the lack of superlatives, a thrilling tale of heroic men and women who lived peacefully and helpfully among their fellow men. The author is President Emeritus of Haverford College, near Philadelphia, and from heritage and environment, perfectly equipped to present the Friends to us -- and to the members of their group ttered around the world.

Publisher: Macmillan