Sunday, November 7, 1:30-2:30
This free lecture will focus on the lives of two men named Ennion Williams, Pennsylvania Quakers who found themselves in direct conflict with some of the most divisive issues of their faith: pacifism, slavery and the Hicksite separation. Kimberly McCarty, Washington Crossing Historic Park curator, will explore who these men were and how they confronted these controversies in their lives during America’s fight for independence and the early Republic. Pre-registration is required.
This program will be held in-person at the park’s Visitor Center, but it may be changed to virtual if COVID-19 safety restrictions are required.
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