Quakers in North America
Quakers in North America constitute approximately 32% of Quakers worldwide, according to the online Quaker Information Center. There are about 108,500 individual Quakers and about 44 Friends Yearly Me...
James Dean Ursula Andress & The Crash
The Strange Tale Of How Obi-Wan Kenobe (Sir Alec Guinness) Eerily And Accurately Told James Dean He Was Going To Die In His New Car. (Above pic.) James Dean is seen here talking to one of his “girlfri...
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE | The Abolitionists - Angelina Grimké | PBS
Angelina Grimké, the outspoken daughter of a wealthy Charleston, South Carolina plantation family, believed that slavery was a sin and a stain on the nation....
Rare Glimpse Into the Personal Life of Iconic James Dean
It's fascinating to catch a glimpse into the personal life of someone as iconic as James Dean. This series by photographer Dennis Stock features a 1950s Dean…
James Dean
Music: Tu chiami una vita by Jan A.P. Kaczmarek Lyrics by Salvatore Quasimodo (Tu chiami una vita) Please comment and rate. Le foto dei vestiti di scena ...
Joan Baez
Joan Baez - Amazing Grace (Live)
Joan Baez - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down - YouTube
May 5, 2008 ... This video has been removed,so I`m uploading it again for you to enjoy! It`s really something! All offensive comments will be removed!
Joan Baez, Diamonds and Rust - Live, 1975 - YouTube
Sep 1, 2006 ... now you're telling me you're not nostalgic then give me another word for it you who are so good with words and at keeping things vague ...
James Dean-Rebel Without a Cause: Inspriational Performance ...
May 18, 2009 ... I have always loved James Dean, but have only recently begun exploring his work. This video contains spectacular excerpts from Jimmy's film, ...
James Dean Ursula Andress & The Crash
The Strange Tale Of How Obi-Wan Kenobe (Sir Alec Guinness) Eerily And Accurately Told James Dean He Was Going To Die In His New Car. (Above pic.) James Dean is seen here talking to one of his “girlfri...
Benjamin Shoemaker
Benjamin Shoemaker (3 August 1704 in Germantown, Philadelphia—c.1767 in Philadelphia) was a colonial Pennsylvania Quaker, merchant, and politician. He served as mayor of Philadelphia in 1743, 1752, an...
Joseph Wharton
Joseph Wharton (March 3, 1826 – January 11, 1909) was an American industrialist. He was involved in mining, manufacturing and education. He founded the Wharton School at the University of Pennsy...
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Joseph Hewes
Joseph Hewes (January 23, 1730 – November 10, 1779) was a native of Princeton, New Jersey, where he was born in 1730. Hewes’s parents were members of the Society of Friends, commonly known as ...
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Nathanael Greene
Nathanael Greene (August 7 [O.S. July 27] 1742 – June 19, 1786, frequently misspelled Nathaniel) was a major general of the Continental Army in the American Revolution...
Nathanael Greene - Wikipedia
Elizabeth Magie
Elizabeth "Lizzie" J. Phillips née Magie (1866–1948) was an American game designer and Georgist. She invented The Landlord's Game, the precursor to Monopoly, to illustrate teachings of the progr...
Thomas Raymond Kelly (Quaker mystic)
Thomas Raymond Kelly (1893-January 17, 1941) was an American Quaker educator. He taught and wrote on the subject of mysticism. His books are widely read, especially by people interested in spiritual...
Sophia Hume
Sophia Wigington Hume (South Carolina, 1702–London, 1774) was an American author and preacher associated with the Quakers.She was the author of books written to offer guidance to Quakers on a variety ...
Boston martyrs
The Boston martyrs is the name given in Quaker tradition to the three English members of the Society of Friends, Marmaduke Stephenson, William Robinson and Mary Dyer, and to the Friend William Leddra ...
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Elizabeth Coleman White
Elizabeth Coleman White (October 5, 1871 – November 11, 1954) was a New Jersey agricultural specialist who collaborated with Frank Coville to develop and commercialize a cultivated blueberry.
Elizabeth Coleman White - Wikipedia
Emily Greene Balch
Emily Greene Balch (January 8, 1867 – January 9, 1961) was an American economist, writer and Nobel Laureate.
She became a Quaker and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1946 for her work with the Women'...
Emily Greene Balch - Wikipedia
Reading Wood Black
Reading Wood Black (September 23, 1830 – October 3, 1867), was the father of Uvalde County, Texas and city of Uvalde, Texas, which he founded as the town of Encina. In 1979, Recorded Texas Historic L...
Sarah Grimké
Sarah Moore Grimké (November 26, 1792 – December 23, 1873) was an American abolitionist, writer, and member of the women's suffrage movement. Born in South Carolina to a prominent planter family,...
Sarah Grimké - Wikipedia
Lawrence Southwick
Lawrence Southwick (ca. 1600-1660) was an early immigrant to the American colonies and a devout Quaker (member of the Religious Society of Friends), who was persecuted for his beliefs.Southwick was bo...
Charles F. Brannan
Charles Franklin Brannan (August 23, 1903 – July 2, 1992) was the United States Secretary of Agriculture from 1948 to 1953. He was a liberal Democrat best known for proposing the "Brann...
Charles F. Brannan - Wikipedia
Anthony House (Adams, Massachusetts)
The Anthony House is a historic house at 67 East Road in Adams, Massachusetts. It is notable for its association with early educators and industrialists in Adams, and as the birthplace of suffragist ...
Maria Mitchell
Maria Mitchell (August 1, 1818 – June 28, 1889) was an American astronomer who, in 1847, by using a telescope, discovered a comet which as a result became known as "Miss Mitchell's Comet". She won a g...
Maria Mitchell - Wikipedia
Sylvia Shaw Judson
Sylvia Shaw Judson (1897–1978), also known as Sylvia Shaw Haskins, was an American sculptor and teacher.
Shaw was born in 1897 in Lake Forest, Illinois, near Chicago, the daughter of prominent Chi...