Massachusetts Peace Society
The Massachusetts Peace Society (1815–1828) was an anti-war organization in Boston, Massachusetts, established to "diffuse light on the subject of war, and to cultivate the principles and spirit of peace." Founding officers included Thomas Dawes, William Phillips, Elisha Ticknor, Thomas Wallcut and Noah Worcester. In 1828 the society "merged into the newly formed American Peace Society."
- The Massachusetts register and United States calendar for the year of our Lord 1829, Boston: Manning & Loring, 1829, OCLC 1770853
- Massachusetts Peace Society. Boston Recorder, 02-28-1816
- The Massachusetts register and United States calendar for the year of our Lord 1817, Boston: Loring, 1817
- http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/DG001-025/dg020MassPeaceSociety.htm Retrieved 2010-09-04
- James Libby Tryon. The Rise of the Peace Movement. Yale Law Journal, Vol. 20, No. 5 (Mar., 1911)
- Noah Worcester. Correspondence between the Massachusetts Peace Society and the Emperor of Russia and Prince Gallitzin. Niles' Weekly Register, Oct. 18, 1817.
- Friend of Peace. v.2 (1821); v.4 (1827). Includes annual reports of the society.
- John Gallison. Address, delivered at the fourth anniversary of the Massachusetts peace society, Dec. 25, 1819. Cambridge: printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1820.
- Josiah Quincy. Address, delivered at the fourth anniversary of the Massachusetts peace society, Dec. 25, 1820. Cambridge: printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1821.
- Tyler Bigelow. Address, delivered at the eighth anniversary of the Massachusetts peace society, Dec. 25, 1823. Boston: Printed by John B. Russell, 1824.
- Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Massachusetts Peace Society Records, 1816-1917.