There are 77 panels in the Quaker Tapestry.
The Speedwell, making a voyage from England to Boston in 1656, was the first ship carrying Quakers to the American colonies. The following year, in 1657, the Woodhouse carried Quakers to Rhode Island.
Hertford is home to the earliest surviving purpose-built Quaker meeting house in the world, still in Quaker use. It was built in 1670 and is Grade I listed.
The Quaker Bell has an inscription from the Book of Leviticus (25:10) that reads - Proclaim LIBERTY Throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants Thereof -.
In 1876, ten years before Coca-Cola launched, Charles Elmer Hires introduced manufactured root beer to the world thus changing the soft drinks industry forever.
In Tottenham, London, 1798, Priscilla Wakefield founded the Benefit Club, which provided loans to women that were much cheaper than the local pawnbrokers who exploited the poor - widely accepted as the worlds first savings bank.
The eight-pointed red and black star was first worn by British Quaker relief workers during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1.
Samuel Fox opened arguably the worlds first adult school in Birmingham, in partnership with the Methodist William Singleton.
The city of Philadelphia was founded by William Penn in 1682.
The Dewdrop Inn, a homeless shelter in London was established by Mary Hughes in 1926.
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