The Congregational Church.
Colonial Pennsylvania was founded by the Quakers. The society was tolerant of other religions, but the Society of Friends was the main religion.
The Puritans settled New England and the Qualers Pennsylvania as a place of refuge.
No it wasn't. Colonial Pennsylvania is about half the size of Pennsylvania today
The estimated population of Colonial Pennsylvania was 327305.
The religion Colonial Pennsylvania was made for was the Quakers. The above is somewhat of a half-truth. Yes, Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn, who was in fact a Quaker, but Pennsylvania was not created solely for the Quakers (Society of Friends). Penn viewed his colony as a "religious experiment" where any and all religions were welcome. Of the many that prospered here, German Reformists, Calvinists, Moravians, and Mennonites remain some of the more well-known during the colonial era. To answer your original question, Colonial Pennsylvania did not have an established church, but instead was considered a place where anyone could practice their faith freely.
Colonial Pennsylvania, was a self- governing colony who elected Representatives.
The phone number of the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation is: 610-565-0945.
Quaker was the primary religion of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania was founded in 1681
colonial Pennsylvania got its name after William Penn's father, William Penn
Dogs and cats are the types of resources found here in colonial Pennsylvania
The man that originally owned Pennsylvania, William Penn, was a Quaker. A Quaker is a Christian that believes in peace. Overall, America was founded on the concepts of the Bible.
the colonial Delaware's religion was that you could practice any kind of religion you want!
Jobs such as making cloth and sewing were important jobs among the woman in colonial Pennsylvania.
Delaware was never its own colony officially. It was part of the Province of Pennsylvania, where the Quaker religion was prominent.