The Quaker Minute book transcription project of Canadian Yearly Meeting is based at Dorland Library. Individual meetings have also mounted transcriptions of their records on-line; Rahway and Plainfield Monthly Meeting was one of the first.
Digital Quaker Collection at Earlham School of Religion includes over 500 volumes from a variety of Quaker authors, considered to be in the public domain.
The New Foundation Fellowship (UK) also has some early Quaker writings.
The Quaker.org site maintains links to many contemporary Quaker writings as well as a wealth of other materials.
Project Guttenberg offers a number of books by and about Quakers. The Annual Monitor for 1851 is only one of many eBooks available.
Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College assumes no responsibility for materials which appear on the above sites; links are provided for the convenience of researchers.