The government of colonial Pennsylvania was made of the county seat. As the population grew, it became necessary to put people as the court of commissioners. These representatives were voted in by the people of Pennsylvania, and were given permission to govern over all matters, such as ones concerning public and commercial affairs.
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Colonial Pennsylvania, was a self- governing colony who elected Representatives.
The first type of government in colonial New Jersey was called a Concession type of government.
Government meetings in Pennsylvania took place at Independence Hall, Philadelphia.
A Democratic government
a propieter government
The Frame of Government drawn up by William Penn.
No it wasn't. Colonial Pennsylvania is about half the size of Pennsylvania today
The religion of Colonial Pennsylvania was Christian.
Pennsylvania is a Commonwealth rather than a state.
The estimated population of Colonial Pennsylvania was 327305.
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