This brief study of writing on eighteenth-century English Quaker history begins with an assessment of Rufus Jones's contribution in his The Later Periods of Quakerism (1921). It goes on to supplement the views of the century expressed by Larry Ingle in 'The Future of Quaker History' (1997) by surveying concisely a major proportion of the relevant published work between 1921 and 1997. It refers also to Ingle's identification of gaps and weaknesses in the published literature on the subject.
Hall, David J.
"The Study of Eighteenth-Century English Quakerism: From Rufus Jones to Larry Ingle,"
Quaker Studies: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/quakerstudies/vol5/iss2/2