Daily Life in Colonial Pennsylvania?

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The daily life in Colonial Pennsylvania was hard since it was established later than other colonies. There was no medical care present during that time. Potions that contained harmful substance were considered as medicine. Despite the difficulties of lacking in basic home comforts, the educational system was established enough for children to know how to read and write.
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