4 edition of A Quaker soldier in the Civil War found in the catalog.
A Quaker soldier in the Civil War
John P. Irwin
Includes bibliographical references (p. 165).
|Statement||John P. Irwin.|
|Genre||Correspondence., Personal narratives., Biography.|
|LC Classifications||E527.5 149th .I795 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|ISBN 10||9781436311366, 9781436311359|
|LC Control Number||2007910072|
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In A Quaker Soldier in the Civil War, Irwin draws from letters preserved in his own family. A Quaker soldier is paradoxical, as probable as the reverent atheist or the selfless politician. This is exactly why Jack is the best person to tell readers the story.5/5(2).
A Quaker Soldier in the Civil War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. A chord throughout the book is the soldier's Quaker background and the ability of Gawthrop to serve largely unencumbered by the expectations of his co-religionists.
The book is somewhat episodic, but this is to be expected in a work that almost solely sources a remembrance in telling the story/5(5). A quaker gun was a deception tactic used in many wars. It was a long wooden log that was painted black, resembling a cannon.
These “guns” were used to fool the opponents into thinking that a position was stronger than it really was. Both the north and the south used Quaker Guns during the American Civil War. The Paperback of the A Quaker Soldier In The Civil War by John P. Irwin at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : John P. Irwin. The Quakers. Q uakerism developed from the ministry of George Fox (), who experienced a religious conversion during the mids which convinced him that all earthly authority (church or state) was corrupt; God's message came to individuals directly through the Inner Light of their personal inspiration.
As an itinerant preacher during the late s, Fox gathered small groups of. Introduction to the Pugh Family Letters. By George Rugg. The Pugh correspondence comprises twelve letters written by two members of a Western Pennsylvania Quaker family, father and son, during the Civil War.
Joseph T. Pugh (), the author of six of the letters, was born in Fallston, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, the son of John and Sarah. Friendly Persuasion is a American Civil War drama film starring Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Anthony Perkins, Richard Eyer, Robert Middleton and Phyllis screenplay was adapted by Michael Wilson from the novel The Friendly Persuasion by Jessamyn West, and was directed by William film tells the story of a Quaker family in southern Indiana during the American Civil Music by: Dimitri Tiomkin.
Kashatus, William C. Abraham Lincoln, the Quakers and the Civil War: "A Trial of Faith and Principle" (). Kennedy, Thomas C. British Quakerism, – The Transformation of a Religious Community.
Larson, Rebecca. Daughters of Light: Quaker Women Preaching and Prophesying in the Colonies and Abroad, – ( It’s uncertain exactly when the term Quaker gun originated, but one such sham weapon was employed in the Revolutionary War battle at Rugeley’s Mill in South Carolina.
(The Quakers’ anti-war Author: Elizabeth Nix. Quakers in the American Civil War: Home; Background information. Quakers were, and still are, known as the Society of friends. The religion began in England in the 17th century.
Once they moved to the America's, William Penn founded the state of Pennsylvania for a safe place to live and practice their religion in peace. Nevertheless, once other. What is the Quaker doctrine regarding war and killing people as a soldier in the military. If they think it is wrong, what is the biblical basis for this belief.
Also, do their beliefs extend to being a soldier in the military under any capacity (such as a chaplain, for example).
The soldier in our Civil war: a pictorial history of the conflict,illustrating the valor of the soldier as displayed on the battle-field. From sketches drawn by Forbes, Waud, Taylor, Hillen, Becker, Lovie, Schell, Crane and numerous other eye-witnesses to the strife and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Bestselling author Mary Ellis presents The Quaker and the Rebel, Book 1 of her brand-new Civil War historical romance series, which tells the stories of brave women in times of testing and the men who love them.
Emily Harrison's life has been turned upside down/5(51). The Oatmeal Brigade: Quaker Life During the Civil War. Quakers in the Civil War seems like an inherently contradictory idea; the Society of Friends practices pacifism and nonviolence, and, for many, putting money or resources toward war efforts goes against the faith.
The book Indiana Quakers confront the Civil War looks into how Quakers within the state of Indiana dealt with the Civil War. This is obvious. But what is not obvious is what the author, Jacquelyn Nelson, investigates.
While Quakers are generally pacifists, many Quakers actively supported the war, up to and including becoming soldiers for the Union by: 5. Directed by William Wyler. With Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Anthony Perkins, Richard Eyer. The pacifist attitude of a Quaker family is tested as a result of the American Civil War/10(K).
The Quaker and the Rebel by Mary Ellis is the first book in the Civil War Heroines series. I enjoyed this book, and I loved how the author was able to skip over huge sections of time without losing the continuity of the story. She spanned four years in a single book. Pretty impressive/5.
The Books & Authors section of our Winter issue contained our annual roundup of the year's best Civil War titles. As usual, we enlisted the help of a handful of Civil War historians and enthusiasts, avid readers all, and asked them to pick their two favorite books published in This is a very interesting book about Abraham Lincoln's relationship with the Religious Society of Friends and the attitudes of American Quakers at that time to slavery and war.
It is perhaps a little too short to be considered a detailed account but it's length doesn't detract from the amount of interesting worthwhile information and anecdotes.4/5. These non-Quakers became known as War Quakers. Some Friends suffered mental and physical abuse during the war. Young Quaker men drafted into the Confederate army had to tolerate harassmentfrom fellow soldiers, who assumed that the Quakers were loyal to the Union and favored the freedom of all people.One faction that did participate in the war were the future founders of the Free Friends considered the Revolution to be a fight for a divinely-ordained new system of government that would change the world for the better.
The Free Quakers were expelled for violating the Peace Testimony, but after the Revolution founded a short-lived sect of Quakerism based on those principles.The Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Nigerian–Biafran War, 6 July – 15 Januarywas a political conflict caused by the attempted secession of the southeastern provinces of Nigeria as the self-proclaimed Republic of conflict was the result of economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions among the various peoples of g: Quaker.