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Early Quakers often met for worship outdoors or in local public buildings. World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization. However, when the Religious Society of Friends began to grow there became a need for buildings to house their meetings. Meeting Houses built in a traditional style usually had two meeting rooms: one for the main meeting for worship, and another where the women's business meeting may be held (often referred to as the women's meeting room).
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early Meeting Houses built prior to 1720 and in use today : photographs and word pictures from the past. by Kenneth Henry Southall. Published 1974 by Friends Home Services Committee in London.
His brother, Jacob Claus, had Quaker books translated and published in. .But Quakers continued to meet in Flushing. An early meeting house was set up in Broseley, Shropshire by the Darbys.
The attraction of a life free from persecution in the New World led to a gradual Dutch Quaker migration. Stuyvesant arrested a farmer, John Bowne, in 1662 for holding illegal meetings in his home and banished him from the colony; Bowne immediately went to Amsterdam to plead for the Quakers. In North America, Quakers, like other religious groups, were involved in the migration to the frontier.
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Numerous Quaker meeting houses are individually notable, either for .
Numerous Quaker meeting houses are individually notable, either for their congregations or events or for architecture of their historic buildings. A number of United Kingdom ones are registered as listed buildings, and a number in the United States are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. They're our little country churches, our monumental sanctuaries, and our tiny temples tucked into neighborhoods in the oldest part of town.