A historic estate in Bucks County will be hosting an informative lecture and demonstration on trades that took place during the country’s founding.
“Come and witness some of the trades and crafts that were done at Pennsbury Manor during the 17th Century,” event organizers said online. “Our blacksmiths, joyners and spinners will be eager to talk to you about their work and its importance during Penn’s time.”
“Pennsylvania’s early history, influenced by the idealism of its founder William Penn, makes it unique among the original thirteen colonies,” the manor’s website reads. “Religious tolerance, diversity, and representative government became reality here in Pennsylvania.”
Read more about the lecture and the estate’s history at Pennsbury Manor.