{Today on Colonial Quills} Plain and Simple: A Colonial Quaker Wedding

Horsham Friends Meeting – Horsham, Pennsylvania

If you’ve lived in the United States for any length of time, chances are you believe that all weddings in this country are officiated—either by a minister, a justice of the peace, or another qualified individual. It’s the law, right? Well . . . no.

Today I’m talking about colonial-era Quaker weddings on Colonial Quills. We’d love o have you join us there.

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