Earlham School of Religion Quaker Digital Collection
Large numbers of Quakers settled in Indiana in the early 1800s. Richmond, Indiana, was a crossroads and a destination for many Quakers. Earlham was founded as a college in 1859 by the Quakers.

Guilford College – Hege Library
Another Quaker college, the Guilford Hege Library holds manuscripts, artwork and records in their collection. Among the digital collections are the John B. Crenshaw papers, a Quaker minster who lived near Richmond, Virginia, during the Civil War.

Haverford College Quaker & Special Collections
The collection holds records for Philadelphia area Quakers, as well as the yearly meeting records for Philadelphia and Baltimore.

Oberlin College
The website is currently being redesigned so the digital collections and finding aids may not be accessible.

Swathmore College Friends Historical Library
The library was founded in 1871 to preserve Quaker documents.

Finding Aids

American Ancestors/New England Historical and Genealogical Society
An extensive list of books and where to find Quaker records

BYU Research Guide for the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) 
A very extensive listing of Quaker history, records, books, and sources compiled in 1997.

New England Yearly Meeting of Friends
Finding aid for the records in the collection