Colonial Pennsylvania

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Colonial Pennsylvania

King Charles II gave the land of Pennsylvania to William Penn in 1682. Penn requested his land to be named “Sylvania,” from the Latin for “woods.” Charles II instead named it “Pennsylvania,” after Penn’s father.The colonial government established in 1683 by William's frame of gov. consisted of an appointed

Food:-Wheat, Rice, Barley, Oats, Rye, Corn , Pumpkins, Squash, Beans and more.Trade in the colonies were divided into New England, Middle and Southern regions. They were determined by climate and

Complete freedom of religion for everybody who believed in God. There was five different groups of religious people. The Anabaptists, Mennonites, Quakers, Lutherans, Amish, and

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Colonial Pennsylvania

You had to work together for resources for your families to survive through the cold weather, bad diseases, and hard transitions. The type of house you owned depended on wealth and availability of resources to build the houses. -Town houses-Farmhouses-Mansions-Log

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