Henry Tuke

:''This article is about the Quaker mental health reformist. For his great-grandson, the painter, see Henry Scott Tuke.'' See also Tuke family.

Henry Tuke (1755–1814) co-founded with his father, William Tuke, the Retreat asylum in York, England, a humane alternative to the nineteenth-century network of asyla, based on Quaker principles.

He was the author of several moral and theological treatises which have been translated into German and French.

He was a subscriber to the African Institution, the body which set out to create a viable, civilized refuge for freed slaves in Sierra Leone, Africa. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Tuke Henry
Published 1814
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Published 1815
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by Tuke, Henry, 1755-1814
Published 1816
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Published 1826
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