4 edition of Quaker soldiers found in the catalog.
in New York
Written in English
Earlier edition, 1866, published under title: The fighting Quakers.
|Statement||By A. J. H. Duganne. With letters from the brothers to their mother: and a funeral sermon by Rev. O. B. Frothingham.|
|LC Classifications||E601 .D866|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||02019810|
Nelson, Jacquelyn S. “Civil War Letters of Daniel Wooton: The Metamorphosis of a Quaker Soldier.”Indiana Magazine of Hist no. 1 (): Accessed Novem America: History and Life. Rogers, Abbie. “Confederates and Quakers: The Shared Wartime Experience.” Quaker Hist no. 2 (): Accessed Novem New book offers reflections on historic Quaker burial ground in Greensboro The graveyard includes the remains of two unknown Union soldiers who escaped from a .
The Quaker Oats Company took a different — and surprising — role in the war effort. The QO Ordnance Company was a subsidiary of Quaker Oats, and they oversaw ammunition plants in Nebraska. According to the US Army Corps of Engineers, they manufactured bombs, artillery, and ammunition ultimately sent to the Pacific theater. The graveyard includes the remains of two unknown Union soldiers who escaped from a Confederate prison and made their way to the New Garden community where, in spite of attention by Quaker doctors.
Quaker pacifism is focused like a laser on this level. It is vital and necessary work, but spiritually incomplete and utterly inadequate for the task of eliminating war, since as long as there is a majority, or even a substantial minority who opt to fight, pacifists are left standing on the sidelines with limited influence. A Quaker Officer in the Civil War: Henry Gawthrop of the 4th Delaware - Ebook written by Justin Carisio. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read A Quaker Officer in the Civil War: Henry Gawthrop of the 4th Delaware.
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This book is a collection of letters from the front lines of the Civil War by a Quaker who gave up pacifism in order to combat the greater evil of slavery. Quaker soldiers book author adds in explanations to help the layman understand the authors family and background to make this a very useful and enjoyable read.5/5(2).
Excerpt from The Quaker Soldiers: A True Story of the War for Our Union IN the long roll Of names made immortal by the war recently closed, there are few around which more interest clusters than those Of the brothers : A. Duganne. The Quaker soldier: or, The British Quaker soldiers book Philadelphia.
An historical novel ([c]) This paperback version contains only seven chapters ( pages) of 1/5(1). He had to choose between two Quaker principles: pacifism and the opposition to slavery in any form. And his choice, once he made it, was irrevocable. He never wavered in his conviction that this war had a righteous goal, that of overcoming slavery.
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Few Quaker soldiers resigned from the army when they were convinced. William Dewsbury did so, apparently on genuine pacifist grounds, but that was before he became a Quaker; and Edward Billing resigned his position as a cornet in General Monck’s army to become a Quaker brewer, though he made it clear he still “owned the sword in its place”.
Behind Rebel Lines by Seymour Reit is an information packed book but also has a great story line. It starts off with Emma Edmonds from Canada in,who desperately wants to help her country and fight in the Civil War for the union side/5. George Fox (July – 23 January (O.S January )) was an English Dissenter, who was a founder of the Religious Society of Friends, commonly known as the Quakers or Friends.
The son of a Leicestershire weaver, he lived in times of social upheaval and : JulyDrayton-in-the-Clay. Though opposed to violence, Quakers nonetheless played a part in the growing tensions between Britain and the colonies.
Due to their ties to the British Society of Friends and economic situation, Pennsylvania Quakers largely supported reconciliatory measures in the early years of disagreement.
In addition, the Paxton Riots challenged Quaker domination in the colony. Ernest Taylor Pyle (August 3, – Ap ) was a Pulitzer Prize—winning American journalist and war correspondent who is best known for his stories about ordinary American soldiers during World War is also notable for the columns he wrote as a roving human-interest reporter from through for the Scripps-Howard newspaper syndicate that Born: Ernest Taylor Pyle, August 3,Dana.
This is an account of the seven military operations conducted by the Confederacy against deserters and disloyalists and the concomitant internal war between secessionists and those who opposed secession in the Quaker Belt of central North Carolina.
It explains how the “outliers” (deserters and draft-dodgers) managed to elude capture and survive despite. Used books. Giving used books new life is what we do best. From classics to self-help, cookbooks, children's books and more.
Find a great selection at unbeatable prices. Early life. Smedley Darlington Butler was born Jin West Chester, Pennsylvania, the eldest of three parents, Thomas and Maud (née Darlington) Butler, were descended from local Quaker families. Both of his parents were of entirely English ancestry, all of whom had been in what is now the United States since the 17th century.
His father was a lawyer, a judge Rank: Major General. The Paperback of the A Quaker Soldier In The Civil War by John P. Irwin at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : John P. Irwin. Title The Quaker soldier: or, The British in Philadelphia. An historical novel.
Contributor Names Jones, John Richter, An anecdote recorded by Robert Grimshaw, Colonel Grimshaw's brother, reveals that the 4 Delaware's Quaker soldiers maintained certain distinctive characteristics so that the Friends, even as soldiers of the regiment, were : Arcadia Publishing SC.
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I enjoyed this book, and I loved how the author was able to skip over huge sections of time without losing the continuity of the story/5. The Quakers' first and most obvious enemy was the church and its officers, the priests who were maintained in luxury by the labour of the poor, thanks to the iniquitous tithe.
Quakers sought an end to the university-educated clergy, allowing instead the rise of `a ministry of simple men and women'; people who `spoke plaine words, and reached to.
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He was twice awarded the Bronze Star Medal for actions in Guam and the Philippines. Doss further distinguished himself in the Battle of Okinawa by saving 75 men, becoming the only conscientious objector to Battles/wars: World War II, Battle of Guam, Battle .2.
James Gregg was mentioned as "brother" in a deed of Thomas, Jr., in The will of James Gregg was recorded in missing Will Book K, (). An inventory of the estate was filed in the same book, according to the general index. John, brother of James, served as Executor, and the estate was dividedamong the following children.
A Quaker miller named Daniel Byrnes () began appearing in New Castle County, Delaware land records inbuying and selling land bordering the south side of Wilmington’s Brandywine River. That year, Byrnes and William Moore built a mill with an overshot wheel “across the Brandywine near French Street” and fellow Quaker, William Marshall built Author: Kim Burdick.