Pennsylvania was founded as a more "free" state then the other colonies, with regards to religion that is. The Quakers were being persecuted all over America but when Penn. was founded, one of the first things William Penn (gov. assigned by Charles II of the British) did was to make his state free of all religious persecution which set an example. Many colonies and countries adopted free-religion legislature soon after.
Some measure of religios tolerance with an emphasis on European Quakers.
Pennsylvania was a religiously free colony.
ask your mom she was there
Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of America. He served in many important positions such as the United States Minister to France, and the President of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania was one of the original 13 colonies. As such, Pennsylvania was not acquired but one of the founding states of the United States.
it has a lot of maps from different time periods and it has a lot of information on the founding of Pennsylvania
It was founded as a haven for European Quakers.
William Penn founded the Pennsylvania colony to present freedom to a group known as theQuakers.
It was founded as a refuge for European Quakers.
Philadelphia State House, Pennsylvania
When we received the Torah.
Go to www.oregoniscool.9f.com. It has everyhting about Pennsylvania and a bunch of essays and stuff. It's free too!!!
The reason is: Profit from sailing land; Religious Freedom.
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There is no such thing as "The Pennsylvania Health Insurance" and therefore it does not have a founding date. A better question would have been "Where can one get life insurance in Pennsylvania?"
Count von Zinzendorf led the Moravians in founding the city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania colony was founding by William Penn in 1682. The name Pennsylvania was given by King Charles II. On December 12,1787 the colony became a state.
On 12 December 1787 it became the second US State.
Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts