John Woolman (October 19, 1720 – October 7, 1772) was a N. American merchant, tailor, journalist and itinerant Quaker preacher, and an early abolitionist in the colonial era. He traveled through frontier areas to preach Quaker beliefs, and advocate against slavery and the slave trade, cruelty to animals, economic injustices and oppression, and conscription; during the French and Indian War, he urged tax resistance to deny support to the military.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Woolman

John Woolman (October 19, 1720 – October 7, 1772) was a N. American merchant, tailor, journalist and itinerant Quaker preacher, and an early abolitionist in the colonial era. He traveled through frontier areas to preach Quaker beliefs, and advocate against slavery and the slave trade, cruelty to animals, economic injustices and oppression, and conscription; during the French and Indian War, he urged tax resistance to deny support to the military. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Woolman

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Quaker Beliefs https://colonialroots.com/2016/07/quaker-records-part-3-quaker-beliefs/

Quaker Beliefs https://colonialroots.com/2016/07/quaker-records-part-3-quaker-beliefs/

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The Quakers - Beliefs and Worship Practices

The Quakers - Beliefs and Worship Practices

What Are the Basic Differences Between Quakers' Beliefs and Those Held by Puritans? | The Classroom | Synonym

What Are the Basic Differences Between Quakers' Beliefs and Those Held by Puritans? | The Classroom | Synonym

Slap Your Sides - Life in their Pennsylvania town changes for Jubal Shoemaker and his family when his older brother acts on his Quaker beliefs by becoming a conscientious objector during World War II.

Slap Your Sides - Life in their Pennsylvania town changes for Jubal Shoemaker and his family when his older brother acts on his Quaker beliefs by becoming a conscientious objector during World War II.

Coming from a Quaker background this sounds like an "advice and query" but i think it's appropriate for work too - so.... esp maybe, in a quiet library "Open your mouth only if what you are going to say is more beautiful than silence."

Coming from a Quaker background this sounds like an "advice and query" but i think it's appropriate for work too - so.... esp maybe, in a quiet library "Open your mouth only if what you are going to say is more beautiful than silence."

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