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British Quakerism:

Cheshire and Lancashire - Classical and Gothic

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Published by:
John Hall
Published:
3/18/2011
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
28 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
History
Tags:
history, meetinghouses, nineteenth century, Quaker

This issue contains photographs of all the existing current and former Quaker meeting houses in Lancashire and Cheshire. It also has an article on the use of Classical and Gothic architectural styles in the building of meeting houses in the nineteenth century and asks whether such styling was a denial of Quaker commitment to plainness and simplicity.

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