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Avery and Madison-Province Of Pennsylvania

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Transcript of Avery and Madison-Province Of Pennsylvania

William Penn-Founded Pennsylvania in 1681
"There is a zeal without knowledge, that is superstition. There is a zeal against knowledge, that is interest or faction; there is a zeal with knowledge, that is religion; and if you will view the countries of cruelty, you will find them superstitious rather than religious. Religion is gentle, it makes men better, more friendly, loving and patient than before."
Founder
Types Of People In the Province of Pennsylvania
The first settlers in Pennsylvania were English Quakers and other Europeans seeking freedom and equality. Pennsylvania was inhabitated by many indian tribes-Erie, Hunniasonti, Huron, Iroquois,Leni Lenape, Munsee, Shawnee, and unknown others. As well as, Native Americans, English, African Americans, Germans, Scotch-Irish, and others.
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Reasons Founded:
Why Pennsylvania was founded?
Province of Pennsylvania
Brief Colonial History
King Charles II granted the request of William Penn to establish a colony in America for two reasons:To repay a large debt that he owned to Penn's father- Admiral Penn, and to get rid of William. King Charles specified the name Pennsylvania for William Penn and 'sylvania' meaning woodland area.
Penn's appeal attracted settlers from several countries.Many marveled at the prosperity and peace in the colony.Pennsylvania is known as the "friendly" colony. Most colonies didn't accept the Native American because they saw them as the "Devils" when Pennsylvania welcomed them and used their ideas and skills to build a better "New World". Pennsylvania had many good farmland and cattle. They sold Timber, fur and coal. The Colony became a state on December 12, 1787.
King Charles II granted the request of William Penn to establish a colony in America for two reasons:To repay a large debt that he owned to Penn's father- Admiral Penn, and to get rid of William.
William wanted to establish a colony in America where people could enjoy freedom of Religion. With the Quakers-Believed in a simple lifestyle and in treating all people as equal. They refused to bow before the king, fight in wars, or pay taxes to the church of England, unwelcome in England; Penn wanted a colony where they would be safe. A place where religious and political "outsiders" could have their own place. William also founded the colony for trade and profits.

Province of Pennsylvania
William Penn Quote
Types Of Economy
Agriculture-Pennsylvania was often called a "breadbasket" colony because it grew so many crops, especially wheat. The wheat was ground into flour in flour mills then shipped to England and made lots of money for Pennsylvania.
An average farm could have up too 150 acres of land which had fields, barns, and a home.
Merchants/Tradesman
Commerce and transportation
Types of Religion In Colonial Pennsylvania
Business in Colonial Pennsylvania
The freedom of religion in Pennsylvania (complete freedom of religion for everybody who believed in God) brought not only English, Welsh, German and Dutch Quakers to the colony, but also Huguenots (French Protestants), Mennonites, Amish, and Lutherans from Catholic German states. Since, Colonial Pennsylvania guaranteed freedom of religion; the colony was home to various faiths.
Th Land Of The Brave
Why YOU Should settle in Pennsylvania!
YOU should settle in Pennsylvania because you will be guaranteed
Religious freedom, and welcomed.You will not be denied equality (like other colonies)!You will be marveled at the prosperity and peace in the colony. Also, the climate is perfect for growing cash cops or crops of any kind. There will be no shortage of experience, many people that come to the colonial have useful- skills in many areas. Settling here in the Province of Pennsylvania will surely be no mistake. You should settle here because there are kind colonists, religious freedom, good crops & economic value and good trade and profits.
Research Sources
United Staes History- Beginnings to 1877
History Alive!- The United States
http://www.ushistory.org/
http://social.rollins.edu/
http://www.phmc.state.pa.us/
https://www.landofthebrave.info
Mr.Meshbesher

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