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Unit 3 Chapter 5 Lesson 1 Pages 126-132; 145-146. England took control of what is now Pennsylvania in 1664. William Penn was born in England on October 14, 1644. His father was a famous admiral in the British navy.

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Unit 3 chapter 5 lesson 1 pages 126 132 145 146

Unit 3

Chapter 5

Lesson 1

Pages 126-132; 145-146


Unit 3 chapter 5 lesson 1 pages 126 132 145 146

England took control of what is now Pennsylvania in 1664.


Unit 3 chapter 5 lesson 1 pages 126 132 145 146

William Penn was born in England on October 14, 1644. His father was a famous admiral in the British navy.


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In 1647, George Fox founded the Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers.


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Quakers believed in living simple

lives. They believed in peace and

treating others fairly. They also

thought all people were created equal.

Quaker Meeting House


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Quakers often got in trouble and went to jail because they didn’t attend the Church of England or take their hats off for the king.


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William Penn became a Quaker when he was 23 years old.


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When William Penn’s father died,

King Charles II owed him money.

So to pay off the debt, the king gaveWilliam land in America.

This was called the Charter of 1681.


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Penn wanted to name the new colony “Sylvania” which means “woods.” The king wanted William to name it after his father.


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They compromised and called it “Pennsylvania.”


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In 1681, Penn’s cousin, William Markham, led the first group of English colonists to Pennsylvania.


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In 1682, Penn wrote Pennsylvania’sfirst constitution called the First Frame of Government. It made sure that everyone had freedom of religion.


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Penn also created the Great Law, which made sure that the people of Pennsylvania had a voice in their government.


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William Penn came to Pennsylvaniafor the first time in 1682. He sailed on the ship Welcome. About 1/3 of

the people aboard the ship died

from smallpox on the journey.


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Penn divided his colony up into three counties: Bucks, Chester, and Philadelphia counties.


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Penn also began planning the city of Philadelphia, which means “City of Brotherly Love.”


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He designed Philadelphia to have straight streets and parks and public squares.


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Penn treated the Native Americansliving in Pennsylvania fairly. He wanted to be friends with them, and they respected him for that.


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Penn and the Lenape signed the Treaty of Shackamaxon, in which Penn bought the land given to him by the king.


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Penn called Pennsylvania a “holy experiment” because the colony was based on his Quaker beliefs.


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Penn wanted to treat everyone fairly in his new colony, so he sold land to people at good prices. He also invited people from different European countries to live in Pennsylvania.


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One group made up of 13 German families came to Pennsylvania in 1683 and settled near Philadelphia. They named their town Germantown.


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Many Germans would come and settle in the colony over the years. By the 1750s, more than ½ the population of Pennsylvania spoke German.


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Unfortunately, disagreements over the borders of Pennsylvania and Delaware forced Penn to return to England in 1684. He was in England until 1699.


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Penn returned to Pennsylvania and lived at Pennsbury Manor while he was in America. But once again, problems in England forced him to return in 1701.


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Also in 1701, Penn wrote the Charter of Privileges. It helped to give people more control over their government.


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William Penn died in England on July 30, 1718.


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