Bibliography of Works by Kenneth L. Carroll
1950 through 2010

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ʺAdditional Nicholite Records,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 52:1 (March 1957), 74‐80.
ʺAn American Quaker Colony in France, 1787‐1812,ʺ Historic Nantucket, 24:2 (October 1976), 16‐29.

ʺAmerican Quakerismʹs 350th Birthday: a Look at its Maryland Birth Pangs,ʺ The Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society, 61:1 (2006), 32‐44.

ʺAmerican Quakers and Their London Lobby,ʺ Quaker History, 70 (1981), 22‐39.

ʺAmericaʹs First Quakers ‐ Where, When, and by Whom?ʺ Quaker History, 85 (1996), 49‐59.

ʺAmericaʹs First Recorded Quaker Communities,ʺ Quaker History, 94 (Spring 2005), 41–53.

“The Anatomy of a Separation: The Lynam Controversy,” Quaker History, 55 (1966), 67‐78.

ʺAnother Look at the Nicholites,ʺ The Southern Friend, 5:2 (Autumn 1983) 3‐26.

ʺThe Berry Brothers of Talbot County, Maryland: Early Antislavery Leaders,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 84 (1989), 1‐89.

Commemoration of First Meeting Held in Old Meeting House 24 October 1684, Third Haven Meeting, Religious Society of Friends Now of Easton, Maryland, 13 Day 9 Month 1959. (1959). By Clarence Pickett, Kenneth L. Carroll, and Edward T. Miller.

ʺThe Creation of the Fourfold Gospel,ʺ Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 37:1 (Sept. 1954), 68‐ 77.

The Creative Centre of Quakerism. Birmingham, England; Philadelphia: Friends World Committee for Consultation, 1965. Kenneth L. Carroll, editor.

ʺDeath Comes to a Quakeress,ʺ Quaker History, 64 (Autumn 1975), 96‐104.

ʺThe Earliest New Testament,ʺ The Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 38 (September 1955) 45‐57.

ʺEarly Quakers and Fasting,ʺ Quaker History, 97 (2008) 1‐10.
ʺEarly Quakers and Going Naked as a Sign,ʺʹ Quaker History, 77 (1978) 69–97.

ʺEast‐West Relations in North Carolina Yearly Meeting, 1750‐1784,ʺ Southern Friend, 4:2 (Autumn, 1982), 17‐25.

ʺAn Eighteenth‐Century Episcopalian Attack on Quaker and Methodist Manumission of Slaves,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 80 (1985), 139‐150.

ʺElisha Dawson: From Nicholite to Hicksite,ʺ Quaker History, 87 (Fall 1998), 17‐37.

ʺElizabeth Harris, the Founder of American Quakerism,ʺ Quaker History, 57 (1968), 96‐111.

ʺThe Expansion of the Pauline Corpus,ʺ Journal of Biblical Literature, 72:4 (Dec., 1953), 230‐237.

“The Fourth Gospel and the Exclusion of Christians from the Synagogue,” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 40 (1957), 19‐32.

ʺFrom Bond Slave to Governor: The Strange Career of Charles Bayly (1632?‐1680),ʺ Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society 52:1 (1968) 19‐38.

ʺGeorge Fox and America,ʺ in New Light on George Fox (1624‐1691), Papers by Twelve British and American Scholars, edited by Michael Mullett. York, England: Ebor Press, 1994, 59‐68.

ʺGeorge Fox and Slavery,ʺ Quaker History, 86 (1997), 16‐25.

ʺGeorge Foxʹs Visit to America in 1672,ʺ Quaker History, 61 (1972), 82‐90.

ʺHenry Fell, Early Publisher of Truth,ʺ Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society 53 (1973) 113‐123.

ʺThe Honorable Thomas Taillor: a Tale of Two Wives,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 85 (1990), 379‐394.

ʺIrish and British Quakers and Their American Relief Funds, 1778‐1797,ʺ Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 102:4 (Oct. 1978), 437‐456.

ʺThe Irish Quaker Community at Camden,ʺ The South Carolina Historical Magazine, 77:2 (April 1976) 69‐83.

ʺJohn Archdaleʹs Quakerism,ʺ Southern Friend, 19:1 (Spring 1997), 51‐65.
John Perrot, Early Quaker Schismatic, Supplement no. 33 to the Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society (1971).
ʺJoseph Nichols and the Nicholites of Caroline County,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 45 (1950), 47‐61.

Joseph Nichols and the Nicholites: a look at the ʺNew Quakersʺ of Maryland, Delaware, North and South Carolina. Easton, Md.: Easton Pub. Co., 1962.

ʺJoseph Nichols of Delaware: an Eighteenth Century Religious Leader,ʺ Delaware History 7:1 (Mar. 1956) 37‐48.

ʺA Look at James Milner and His ʹFalse Prophecyʹʺ Quaker History, 74 (1985), 18‐26.

ʺA Look at the Quaker Revival of 1756,ʺʹ Quaker History, 65 (Autumn 1976), 63‐80.

ʺMartha Simmonds, a Quaker Enigma,ʺ Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society 53:1 (1972), 31‐52.

ʺThe Mary & Charlotte Fiasco: A Look at 1778 British Quaker Relief for Philadelphia,ʺ The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 102:2 (Apr., 1978), 212‐223.

ʺMaryland Quakers and Slavery,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 45 (Sept. 1950), 215‐225.

ʺMaryland Quakers and Slavery,ʺ Quaker History, 72 (Spring 1983), 27‐42.

ʺMaryland Quakers in England, 1659‐1720,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 91 (1996), 451‐466.

ʺMaryland Quakers in the Seventeenth Century,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 47 (1952), 297‐ 313.

ʺMemories of a Childhood in the Talbot County Jail,ʺ in Lift Every Voice: Echoes from the Black Community on Marylandʹs Eastern Shore. Wye Mills, Md.: Chesapeake College Press; Friends of the Talbot County Free Library, 1999.

ʺMore About the Nicholites,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 46 (1951), 278‐289.

ʺNicholites and Slavery in Eighteenth Century Maryland,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 79 (1984), 126‐133.

ʺThe Nicholites of North Carolina,ʺ North Carolina Historical Review, 31 (October 1954), 453‐462. ʺPersecution and Persecutors of Maryland Quakers, 1658‐1661,ʺ Quaker History, 99:1 (Spring 2010), 15‐31.

ʺPersecution of Quakers in Early Maryland (1658‐1661),ʺ Quaker History, 55 (1964), 67–80.
ʺThe Place of James in the Early Church,ʺ Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 44:1 (Sept. 1961), 49‐ 67.

ʺQuaker Attitudes Towards Signs and Wonders,ʺ Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society, 54 (1977) 70‐84.

ʺQuaker Captives in Morocco, 1685–1701,” Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society 55 (1983), 67– 79.

ʺQuaker Opposition to the Establishment of a State Church in Maryland,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 65 (1970), 149‐170.

ʺQuaker Weavers at Newport, Ireland, 1720 ‐1740,ʺ Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society, 54 (1976).

ʺQuakerism in Caroline County, Maryland: Its Rise and Decline,ʺ Friends Historical Association Bulletin, 48 (1959), 91‐94.

ʺQuakerism in Connaught, 1656‐1978,ʺ Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society 54 (1979), 188‐205. ʺQuakerism and the Cromwellian Army in Ireland,ʺ Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society 54 (1978), 135‐54.
Quakerism on the Eastern Shore. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1970.

ʺQuakerism on the Eastern Shore of Virginia,ʺ Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 74 (1966), 170‐189.

ʺQuakers and Muggletonians in Seventeenth‐Century Ireland,ʺ in A Quaker Miscellany for Edward H. Milligan, edited by David Blamires [et al.]. Manchester [England]: David Blamires of London; Friends Book Centre, 1985, 49‐57.

ʺQuakers in Venice, 1657‐1658,ʺ Quaker History, 92 (2003) 22‐33.

ʺReligious Influences on the Manumission of Slaves in Caroline, Dorchester, and Talbot Counties,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 56 (June 1961) 176‐197.

ʺRobert Pleasants on Quakerism: ʹSome Account of the First Settlement of Friends in Virginiaʹ,ʺ The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 86:1 (Jan., 1978), 3‐16.

“Sackcloth and Ashes and Other Signs and Wonders,” Journal of the Friendsʹ Historical Society, 52 (1975) 314–325.

ʺSinging in the Spirit in Early Quakerism,ʺ Quaker History, 73 (1984), 1‐13.
ʺSome Thoughts on George Foxʹs Visit to America in 1672,ʺ Quaker History, 61 (Autumn 1972), 82‐90.
Scripture and the Early Church, Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1953.

ʺTalbot County Quakerism in the Colonial Period,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 53 (1958), 326‐370.

“Tatianʹs Influence on the Developing New Testament,” in Studies in the History and Text of the New Testament in Honor of Kenneth Willis Clark, edited by Boyd L. Daniels and M. Jack Suggs. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1967.

ʺThomas Loe, Friend of William Penn and Apostle to Ireland,ʺ in Seeking the Light: Essays in Quaker History in Honor of Edwin B. Bronner, J. William Frost and John H. Moore, editors. Wallingford, Pa.: Pendle Hill Publications; Haverford, Pa.: Friends Historical Association, 1986.

ʺThomas Thurston, Renegade Maryland Quaker,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 62 (1967), 170‐192.

ʺThou art Peter,ʺ Novum Testamentum, Vol. 6 (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1963), 268‐276.
Three Hundred Years and More of Third Haven Quakerism. Easton, Md.: Queen Anne Press, 1984.

Touched by God in Quaker Meeting. Pendle Hill Pamphlet 338. Wallingford, Pa.: Pendle Hill Publications, 1998.

ʺToward a Commonly Received New Testament,ʺ Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library, 44 (1962), 327‐349.

ʺVoices of Protest: Eastern Shore Abolitionism Societies, 1790‐1820,ʺ Maryland Historical Magazine, 84 (1989), 350‐360.

ʺWilliam Southeby, Early Quaker Anti‐slavery Writer,ʺ Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 89 (October 1965), 416‐427.

Compiled November 2010

Please report additions or corrections to Barbara Addison of Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College: baddison@swarthmore.edu


ABout Kenneth L. Carroll

Kenneth Carroll, former President of Friends Historical Association, is Associate Professor of Religion at Southern Methodist University. He has served as Clerk of Dallas Monthly Meeting of Friends and as Clerk of the Southwest Friends Association.