How did William penn treat the Native American?
y showing his religous beliefs
colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land
He thought the Native Americans were people, not animals. Others treated them ike animals and were rude to them.
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William Penn bought land for his Philadelphia colony from the Lenni Lenape a.ka. the Deleware. Later he dealt with the Iroquois five nations group.
Colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land.
Penn believed that the land belonged to the Native Anericans, and the settlers should pay for it.
I believe its "Colonists should treat the Native Americans with respect and pay for their land."
he treated the native Americans as equals.
To settle an agreement.
he started the puritan holy experiment which was to treat all humans, including Indians with equality because they are all the same in the eyes of god
William Penn was an English real estate entrepreneur and founder of Pennsylvania. He had very cordial relations with native Americans like Lenape Indians. He respected their culture and had never tried to displace them from their native lands.
were friendly toward native Americans
The aswer is A, William Penn and Roger Williams
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it was a relationship of respect and understanding
kind in till the walking purchase took place.
William Penn purchased Delaware from the Native Americans, instead of just claiming it, to ensure that his colony would remain peaceful. Penn funded the colony to promote commerce and government.
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its because he wanted their trust and he wanted peace.
the great impact for new england as they were native americans too,sorry im in my laptop it is, that william penn founded pennsylvania its because it was the last colony founded by william penn in 1682 BY liz
He was set by the British to be a American general
William Penn created a colony at the mouth of the Delaware River, which he named Philadelphia. He bought the land from the Native Americans to ensure that his colony will remain peaceful.
the Middle Colonies and William Penn believed that everyone should be treated equally including Native Americans.
How did penn's actions toward native Americans differ from those of the Puritans colonists in Massachusetts?
William Penn was more respectful of the Native Americans in some ways.
They were guided by the the Christian tenets of governing of their founder William Penn. Some states were determined to exterminate th Native Americans but Penn was not. Under William Penn's leadershio dealings with and treaties involving Native Amerticans were generally honorable and fair bargains. Things changed when he died.
William Penn and Sir George Calvert were two of the founders of American colonies that would later become states. William Penn founded Pennsylvania. Sir George Calvert founded the colony of Maryland, but granting of the charter was not completed until five weeks after his death.
Sir William Penn > William Penn > John, Thomas, and Richard Penn
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Roger Williams founded Rhode Island and William Penn founded Pennsylvania. Penn was a Quaker and wanted to create a colony where quakers wouldn't be persecuted. Williams was Anglican and wanted a colony with complete religious freedom. Penn got his land from the king and went by choice. Williams was banished from Massachusetts and purchased the land from the native population.
William Penn was born in...
William penn was cool
When did William Penn remarry
William Penn had a bad relationship with both Admiral Sir William Penn and Margaret Jasper Penn because they neglected him tremendously.
Pennsylvania because it was founded by Quaker William Penn.
Who believed that Native Americans and Colonists could live in peace and signed a Treaty with the Indians?
William Penn when he established his colony in Pennsylvania.
William Penn was the founder of Pennsylvania, the son of Admiral William Penn for whom the Colony was named by King Charles II. He was also a Quaker. Then William Penn had a stroke and died in Ruscombe, Berkshire on July 30 1718. William penn is a famous quaker that founded Pennsylvania
William Penn and his son had a bad relationship. William Sr neglected his son all the time.
William Penn died in Ruscombe, Berkshire.
Whyy is William Penn important for us?
William penn in 1764. why thouht
William Penn was the leader of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania was named for William Penn.
William Penn was 74 when he died.
William Penn founded Pennsylvania.
William Penn had one wife.