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Utilizing a wide variety of sources--laws, court cases, church records, sermons, political tracts, diaries, newspapers, and government records--Frost traces the development of religious freedom in Pennsylvania from the founding of the colony up to World War II.
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J. William Frost is Howard M. and Charles F. Jenkins Professor of Quaker History and Research and Director of the Friends Historical Library at Swarthmore College. His books include The Quaker Family in Colonial America (St. Martins, 1973) and, with Hugh Barbour, The Quakers (new edition, Friends United Press, 1993).Review:
"Here, at last, we have the vital narrative offered in impressive and illuminating detail." Edwin S. Gaustad, American Historical Review
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