|Portrait of a woman in Shaker or Quaker Dress. George Eastman House Collection via Flickr the Commons|
Have Quaker ancestors? Here's a few free finding aids/ research guides available online that provide valuable resources. Even a resource that is "old" in terms of the Internet, can include valuable history and methodologies.
Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Genealogical & Historical Records Research Guide by Earl H Peirce for the Utah Valley Regional Family History Center Brigham Young University Harold B. Lee Library includes an historical overview, glossary, Quaker repositories and records.
Researching Yorkshire Quaker history. A guide to sources. Complied by Helen E Roberts for the Yorkshire Quaker Heritage Project. Published by The University of Hull Brynmor Jones Library is specific to Yorkshire ancestors and includes records in the Archives of the Society of Friends and others, a bibliography and additional finding aids.
An online research guide with links to sources entitled Quaker Studies can be found on Tripod. This online guide has a printable version.