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Transcript of Quakers

The Quakers left from England to North America to create their own colony.
They left because the England church was making unnecessary and strict rules. Also they would have severe punishments for people that didn't follow their rules.
Quaker believed in peace and justice. They also believed in universal suffrage. Background Information Quakers Practice Quakers practice their beliefs by worshiping God in there own way.
They would help the needy because they believed that it was a good way to show there believes and care.
Women obtained equal status to men throughout most of the Quaker movement early in its history.
Promotion of world peace, abolition of slavery, fair treatment of Native Americans, universal suffrage, prison reform, improvement in mental hospitals, etc.
One of the Earliest Quakers George Fox, but the Quakers generally had no leaders, priests, or ministers.
They thought every one had there to decide for himself or herself how to worship God.
By 1677, these ideas led to many Quakers being arrested and sent to jail in England.
Some of them, led by William Penn, decided to leave England for North America, where they settled the state of Pennsylvania. Introduction Quaker are people that left England to start a
new church.
They didn't like how the Puritan Church was teaching the word of God.
Quakers have refused to take oaths. Because they
believe in the truth at all times, oaths are not
The Quakers have made significant contributions in the promotion of tolerance, peace and justice than any other Christian denomination during the colonial period in North America. Quakers Leaders Quakers Clothing Quakers Demographics Quakers Politics There was a conflict between the leader and the colony in the government which began under Penn, and grew stronger under his followers.
As a result of the English Revolution of 1688 which overthrew King James II, Penn was deprived of his leadership from 1692 until 1694.David Lloyd demanded greater powers for the Assembly, and in 1696.
During the colonial period, William Penn and his heirs were both leaders and Governors of Pennsylvania within the British Empire.
William Penn as inheritors, who eventually abandoned Quakerism, were often in conflict with the Assembly, which was usually ruled by the Quakers until 1756. Quotes The Quakers have made significant contributions in the promotion of tolerance, peace and justice than any other Christian denomination during the colonial period in North America
William Penn, decided to leave for North America, where they settled the state of Pennsylvania Many Quakers were from Ireland although many of these were actually English.
Quakers lived in the state of Pennsylvania, Boston, Rhode Island , West Jersey, and some still lived in England.
Quaker followed the religion Quakerism. Concise Statement Quakers were very ahead in there time.It was clear that they could do just great without the help of England or its church. They believed in Universal suffrage before anyone every did.
I think that this might be few of the many reasons why the Oatmeal company choice to have a Quaker as its representative symbol.,
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