Colonization In Pennsylvania

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Key Reasons for Colonizing (will make hook later) Pennsylvania is the place where every colonist is treated in the same manner, your social status, religion, and gender does not matter. You will not be persecuted for your religion or beliefs. Colonists in Pennsylvania are very neighborly and help each other out during hard times. No one will covet another man or have reason to harm another. Pennsylvanians’ relationships with Indians are exemplary, resulting in very few wars and bloodshed. This colony is self-governed and does not have heavy taxes unlike England. However, Pennsylvania still has the rights of an England citizen, such as the right to petition to
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Come to Pennsylvania! Pennsylvania is the place where every colonist is treated in the same manner; social status, religion, and gender does not matter. People will not be persecuted for their religion or beliefs. Colonists in Pennsylvania are very neighborly and help each other out during hard times. No one will covet another man or have reason to harm another. Pennsylvanians’ relationships with Indians are exemplary, resulting in very few wars and bloodshed. This colony is self-governed and does not have heavy taxes like England. However, Pennsylvanians still have the rights of an England citizen, such as the right to petition to the king and trial by jury. In addition, the soil is fruitful and has plentiful natural resources ideal for farming and other businesses which will undoubtedly be bought for costly prices. Pennsylvania’s weather is a sharp difference from England’s dull consistent climate. Overall, colonists live happily in this land flowing with milk and …show more content…
Come to Pennsylvania! Pennsylvania is the place where every colonist is treated in the same manner; social status, religion, and gender does not matter. People will not be persecuted for their religion or beliefs. Colonists in Pennsylvania are very neighborly and help each other out during hard times. No one will covet another man or have reason to harm another. Pennsylvanians’ relationships with Indians are exemplary, resulting in very few wars and bloodshed. This colony is self-governed and does not have heavy taxes like England. However, Pennsylvanians still have the rights of an England citizen, such as the right to petition to the king and trial by jury. In addition, the soil is fruitful and has plentiful natural resources ideal for farming and other businesses which will undoubtedly be bought for costly prices. Pennsylvania’s weather is a sharp difference from England’s dull consistent climate. Overall, colonists live happily in this land flowing with milk and

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