Quakers Whose Names You May Recognize

Alice Paul

Annie Oakley

Arthur Eddington: confirmed Einstein's theory that light travels in a curved path around the sun

Betsy Ross

Cassius Coolidge

Dolley Madison

Elias Hicks

Elizabeth Blackwell

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Ezra Cornell

George Cadbury

George Fox

James Dean

James Fennimore Cooper

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James Logan - invented Conestoga wagon; Chief Justice of Pennsylvania Supreme Court; numerous other achievements
James Michener

Jane Adams

Joan Baez

Jocelyn Bell Burnell: discovered pulsars

John Dalton

John Greenleaf Whittier

John Woolman

Johns Hopkins

Joseph Lister

Joseph Lister, Sr. and Thomas Hodgkins, who together invented the compound microscope

Kathleen Lonsdale

Kersey Graves

Lucretia Mott: major figure in the reform movements of the nineteenth-century, including abolition of slavery, women's rights, school and prison reforms, temperance, peace, and religious tolerance.

Margaret Fell

Maria Mitchell: first acknowledged woman astronomer in the US; discovered a comet

Mary Dyer

Philip Noel-Baker: British politician who helped create the League of Nations and the United Nations; received Nobel Peace Prize in 1959

Piers Anthony: popular fantasy writer

Robert Barclay

Rufus Jones

Susan B. Anthony

Thomas Paine

Thomas Young: proved light acts as a wave

Walt Whitman

William Penn