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William Penn
He was the son of an admiral in the Royal Navy. His father owned many important Irish estates. Penn was an evangelist for Quakerism.
Quakers
Dissenting English protestants created Pennsylvania for their own religion and their own distinctive social order. The Society of Friends was created by George Fox and called his followers Quakers. Quakers rejected the concepts of predestination and original sin.
Mercantilism
This was the foundation of the English economy. Colonies provided a market for England's manufactured goods and raw materials.
Navagation Acts
These were laws to regulate colonial trade. It kept Dutch ships out of the English colonies.
Roger William
He lived in Salem, Massachusetts and is a minister. He is a confirmed seperatist and argued that the Massachusetts church should abandon all alligience to the church of England.
Anne Hutchinson
She was a powerful religious figure in her own right. She antagonized the leaders of the Massachusetts colony by arguing that the clergies were not elected.
John Coodes Rebellion
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