Massachusetts Repeals Ban on Celebrating Christmas

Massachusetts Repeals Ban on Celebrating Christmas

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After two years, two key laws are repealed by the General Court of Massachusetts: one which prohibits people from observing Christmas and another that sets capital punishment for Quakers who returned to the colony after being banished.


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