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Walk to Wyalusing

Thu October 1 - Thu December 31 Mount Holly, NJ 08060 US


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99 Branch St.
Mount Holly, NJ US 08060


In June 1763, John Woolman, a Quaker, journeyed 200 miles from Mt. Holly in (then) West (New) Jersey on a peacemaking visit to (now) Wyalusing, Pennsylvania, a native American village along the Susquehanna River where Papoonhank was Chief of the Munsee tribe of Delaware.

You can experience Woolman’s walk by walking almost that distance around your neighborhood and listening to 3 speakers on the subject present live online between Oct. 1 and the end of the 2020.

Register, walk, enter your mileage and receive a t-shirt. Tune in for 3 Zoom Webinars and learn about the climate of colonization at the time from multiple perspectives.

The Walk is a fundraiser for both Burlington Meeting House, Inc. and The John Woolman Memorial. 

More info on Woolman, the Walk and the speakers here:

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