John Woolman, 1721-1772: Quintessential Quaker
John Woolman is known for his celebrated Journal and essays, for his early concern for slaves and for Native Americans, and for living his deepest religious convictions. In his new book, historian David Sox offers Woolman to a new generation of readers. Placed in the historical context of eighteenth-century America, Woolman's extraordinary life shines forth even more clearly.
- Author: David Sox
- Pages: 147
- Year: 1999
- ISBN: 9780944350430