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Chenoweth successfully and vividly brings this community to life, unearthing its shared fellowship as well as its tensions and contradictions. . . . These windows into the lived practice of Quakerism are essential for religious historians and reveal important truths about how members both interacted with one another and enacted Friends’ doctrine in their everyday lives.
--Reading Religion

Well illustrated with an array of useful maps, site images and historical sketches. . . . A fascinating study that augments the complex narrative of Quakerism in the Caribbean.
--Quaker Studies

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