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William Penn and Sir George Calvert were two of the founders of American colonies that would later become states. William Penn founded Pennsylvania.

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Men who were weary of strife, discontented with the present aspect of affairs or ... His father was Vice Admiral Sir William Penn; his mother Margaret Jasper, .... The Duke of York secured New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware to himself as his ...... must except the Catholic colony in Maryland, founded by Sir George Calvert,  ...

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Sir George Calvert was brought up a Protestant and, enjoying the personal friendship of James L, .... The Maryland settlers, as a rule, were free from attacks by hostile Indians. .... In the commission of William Stone, lieutenant of the prov- ince, ..... D., in Proceedings and Addresses of the Penn- sylvania-German Society , Vol.

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The Province of Maryland[1] was an English and later British colony in North ... The Catholic George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore, (1579–1632), former ... Settlers were given 50 acres (20 ha) of land for each person they brought .... In 1684, Charles Calvert travelled to England in regard to a border dispute with William Penn.

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Sir Admiral William Penn was born in 1621 and started his life-long seafaring career as a ... to settle a dispute regarding the boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland. ... in 1699/1700, traveled to Pennsylvania in 1732 and 1734, respectively. ... The Penn family papers have a tumultuous history, and were donated or ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about William Penn at Encyclopedia.com. ... Moreover, Pennsylvania's economic beginnings were usually successful. A fertile ... An immediate concern was its borders, especially those with Maryland. ... Controversies developed among the respective branches of government, with the  ...

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Markham did not come, choosing to wait for Penn's arrival, most likely because he ... to two well-placed English nobles, Lord John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret. ... Charles Calvert, 3rd Lord Baltimore (1637-1715) was the second proprietary ... with William Penn over the boundary between Maryland and Pennsylvania.

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George Harvey Davis, Life Membership. 100.00. Mrs. Ida M. .... In 1681, Charles II made a grant to William Penn of Pennsylvania. 83 ... Maryland issued by Charles I. of England to Cecelius Calvert— .... Sir Richard Nicolls to America, subjugated the Dutch and ... When the respective grants were made to Lord Baltimore in.

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there were Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware; and here some ... 1 Sir George Calvert, ft1'lIt Lord Baltimore, was the applicant lot' .... charter to William Penn he recounts that love and .... those two colonies, under their respective charters,.

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Mar 28, 2007 ... Sir George Calvert Plants at Newfoundland. Is Ennobled. ... Penn's Services for his Colony. ... Gabriel Thomas's History of Pennsylvania. ... Maryland under William and Mary. .... Morton names these types respectively the Toltecan and ... Whether, at the time of which we now speak, the Indians were an old