Half Title Page.
Columbia Contemporary American Religion Series.
The Quakers in America.
Meeting for Worship and Meeting for Business.
The Origins of American Quakerism, 1640–1800.
1: George Fox and the Children of Light.
2: The Quaker Movement, 1652–1660.
3: Friends in the New World.
4: Change, 1660–1689.
5: The Holy Experiment.
7: The Quaker Reformation.
8: Quaker Benevolence.
9: Friends and the American Revolution.
Their Separate Ways: American Friends Since 1800.
10: The Great Migration.
11: The Hicksite Separation.
12: Hicksites After 1827.
13: Orthodox Friends, 1827–1860.
14: Gurneyites and the Great Revival, 1860–1900.
15: The Quaker Search for Order.
16: Reunion, Diffusion, Growth, and Decline.
Quaker Faiths and Practices.
18: The Ministry of All Believers.
19: Decision Making.
Contemporary Quaker Debates.
23: Is Quakerism Christian?.
28: Unity and Diversity.
29: Growth and Decline.
Quakers and the World.
30: Quaker Worldviews.
31: The Peace Testimony.
32: American Friends and People of Color.
33: Realizing Quaker Aspirations: The American Friends Service Committee and the Friends Committee on National Legislation.
"A Quarterly Meeting in Herself": Quaker Women, Marriage, and the Family.
34: Quaker Women: History.
35: Quaker Women Today.
36: Marriage and the Family.
Quaker Lives: Past and Contemporary.
Resources for Further Study.