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Province of Pennsylvania

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He served as a judge in colonial Pennsylvania, a general in the Continental Army , and a President under the ...

Pennsylvania Colony *** - Colonial America

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Check out this site for facts about the Pennsylvania Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the Pennsylvania Colony. Fast facts ...

The 13 American Colonies: Pennsylvania - Social Studies for Kids

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The 13 Colonies of America. Pennsylvania. Founded: 1682 by William Penn and others, at Philadelphia. Major Industry: Agriculture (wheat, corn, cattle, dairy), ...

The Colonies | Pennsylvania - Small Planet Communications, Inc.

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Colonial America: Pennsylvania was established in 1682 by William Penn and became a haven for persecuted members of the Society of Friends.

Living in the Colonial Period of Pennsylvania

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A historical overview of life in Colonial Pennsylvania by Rickie Lazzerini, historian. Farrming, industry, trading and learning were key characteristics.

Pennsylvania 1630-1700 - USHistory.org

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Colonial and Revolutionary history centered in Philadelphia, PA. ... Before European settlement, Pennsylvania was inhabited by many Indian tribes, including ...

Pennsylvania - U.S. States - HISTORY.com

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One of the original 13 colonies, Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn as a haven for his fellow Quakers. Pennsylvania's capital, Philadelphia, was the site ...

A Brief History of the Colony of Pennsylvania, 1638-1703

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A brief history of the Colony of Pennsylvania, explaining the origin of the nickname for Philadelphia being the City of Brotherly Love.

Principles of Quaker Government in Colonial Pennsylvania

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Principles of Quaker government in Colonial Pennsylvania, outlining religious tolerance and an objection to violence.

William Penn: Frame of Government of Pennsylvania, 1682

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For a full picture of the constitutional structure of colonial Pennsylvania more than the "Frame" is needed; the latter must be read in light of the royal charter.

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Pennsylvania Colony Facts - Soft Schools

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The Pennsylvania Colony was one of the 13 original colonies in America. These 13 colonies were divided into three regions which included the New England ...

1681-1776: The Quaker Province | PHMC > Pennsylvania History

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The King signed the Charter of Pennsylvania on March 4, 1681, and it was officially proclaimed on April 2. The King named the new colony in honor of William ...

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This page describes the history of the Pennsylvania Colony. Did you know Pennsylvania was first colonized by people from Sweden, who named the land Nya ...