What was the first type of government in Pennsylvania?
a propieter government
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.
Pennsylvania Answer Pennsylvania. I think it was a unicameral body. (it only had one house) That is correct, though that came after the drafting of the first state constitution. Pennsylvania was founded by royal charter back in the 1600's I believe, so the government would have been something similar to the British Constitution of the time was set up. Emily and bianca hate social studies. :TRUE FACT