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Benjamin West
American (1738 - 1820) Primary

John Hall
British (1739 - 1797) Primary

John Boydell
British (1719 - 1804) Primary

William Penn's Treaty with the Indians


22.25 x 26 in. (56.515 x 66.04 cm)

Haverford College
Accession Number: HC10-5107
Geography: North and Central America, United States, Pennsylvania
Classification: Fine and Visual Arts; Prints; Lithographs

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  • Quaker - A Christian sect that arose in the mid-17th century in England and the American colonies, advocating direct inward apprehension of God, emphasizing the immediacy of Christ's teaching and guidance, and rejecting outward rites and an ordained ministry. The Quaker system of church government centers around the monthly meeting. The group has a long tradition of opposing war and actively working for peace. Quakerism represents the extreme left wing of the 17th-century Puritan movement. Despite the fact that the term "Quaker" was probably originally derisive, it is used by the Quakers themselves today.

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  • Sheet Dimensions: 22.25 x 26 in. (56.515 x 66.04 cm)

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