Promoting the collection and preservation of interesting stories about North Carolina Quakers
Becoming Myself: My Life in Letters and Verse (2001)
Author: Mary E. B. Feagins
A former Guilford College professor and poet recounts her personal, professional and spiritual journey.
The Battle of New Garden (1977, reprinted 1995) The little-known story of one of the most important “minor battles” of the Revolutionary War in North Carolina. Author: Algie I. Newlin
By Land and By Sea: Quakers Confront Slavery and its Aftermath In North Carolina (1993). Describes North Carolina Friends’ unique approach to the problems of slavery. Suitable for readers of all ages, indexed, illustrated. Author: Hiram Hilty
Pioneers in Quaker Education: The Story of John W. and Mary C. Woody (1992). A granddaughter tells the story of a couple instrumental in the founding of six Quaker colleges. Author: Mary Edith Hinshaw
Friends Worship Today: Contemporary Concepts and Practices (1991) An overview describing similarities among contemporary Friends’ worship practices. Author: Seth B. Hinshaw