List of Quaker meeting houses

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This is a list of Quaker meeting houses. Numerous Quaker meeting houses are individually notable, either for their congregations or events or for architecture of their historic buildings. A number of United Kingdom ones are registered as listed buildings, and a number in the United States are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

in France[edit]

Meeting house, Congénies

in the United Kingdom[edit]

Ifield Friends Meeting House, one of the oldest purpose-built Quaker buildings in the world

in the United States[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rose, pp. 369-371.
  2. ^ Rose, p. 281.
  3. ^ Rose, p. 138.
  4. ^ Rose, p. 290.
  5. ^ Rose, p. 361.
  6. ^ Rose, p. 362.
  7. ^ Rose, p. 307.
  8. ^ Rose, p. 353.
  9. ^ Rose, p. 429.
  10. ^ Rose, p. 353.
  11. ^ Rose, p. 311.
  12. ^ Rose, p. 185.
  13. ^ Rose, p. 240.
  14. ^ Rose, p. 231.
  15. ^ Rose, p. 186.
  16. ^ Rose, p. 288.
  17. ^ Rose, p. 352.
  18. ^ Rose, p. 429.
  19. ^ Rose, p. 240.
  20. ^ Rose, p. 518.
  21. ^ Rose, p. 300.
  22. ^ Rose, p. 183.
  23. ^ Rose, pp. 362-363.
  24. ^ Rose, p. 310.
  25. ^ Rose, p. 359.
  26. ^ Rose, p. 177.
  27. ^ Rose , p. 208.
  28. ^ Rose, p. 279.
  29. ^ Rose, p. 193.
  30. ^ Rose, pp. 390-391.

Sources[edit]

  • Lippincott, Horace Mather. Abington Friends Meeting and School: 1682-1949. n.p.: n.p., 1949.
  • Rose, Harold Wickliffe. The Colonial Houses of Worship in America. New York: Hastings House, Publishers, 1963.