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Over the course of the nineteenth century, Quakerism was transformed. A united body in 1808, Friends had split into three branches by 1860. In 1808, Friends adhered to a lifestyle that served as a “hedge” against “the world,” a distinctive spirituality, and a unique form of worship. By 1920, that unity had disappeared, with little agreement on most matters of Quaker faith and practice.
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