|by Jay Worrall, Jr.
First edition (hardbound), 1994. Paper edition (2017) 8 x 10, x, 591 pages.
The current reprint was first published in 1994 in a 2000-copy hardback edition, and it became an immediate classic. This reprint utilizes the original master text and photos of the hardbound first edition to produce a crisp, clean copy. Seven persons knowledgeable about Virginia history or Quaker history read this history in manuscript, and all made positive comments.
The Quaker Way Comes to Virginia, 1655-1660;
Virginia's Quakers and the Right to Worship as One Wishes, 1660-1663;
In Which the Truth is Crushed to Earth, 1664-1677;
The Friendly Virginians Become Somewhat Respectable, 1677-1700;
At Last within the Law, 1700-1733;
West of the Blue Ridge, 1733-1750;
The Quaker Way Alters Course, 1750-1763;
Farewell, Britannia, 1763-1775;
The Friendly Virginians and the American Revolution, 1775-1781;
After So Many Ages, 1782-1800;
To the Western Waters, 1800-1820;
The Blood of Christ, 1820-1833;
On Laying Down Virginia Yearly Meeting, 1833-1850;
O, Virginia! Virginia!, 1850-1865;
They Leap the Hedge, 1865-1900;
Thee Interests Me, 1900-1950;
I Think of the Great Work, 1950-Now;
Photographs, map, appendix, bibliography, and full name index