S: William Penn By Liz and Arjun
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FC: William Penn By:Arjun Iyer and Liz Moore
1: Table of Contents | 1:Early life 2:Early time in the colony 3:What did he do in the colony? 4:Why is Penn considered an important Philadelphian?
2: Early Life
3: -Penn was born in London, England, October 14, 1644. -Penn went to the New World because there was no hope in England. -During his father's absence at sea, William Penn lived at Wanstead in Essex, and went to school close by at Chigwell. -William Penn was the first of 3 children of Admiral William Penn and Margaret Jasper.
4: Early Time in the Colony | -Penn spent a lot of time with the Native Americans | -William Penn founded Pennsylvania with a land grant that was owed his deceased father.
5: Penn's house
6: What did he do in the Colony?
7: -The colony was ruled by a governer and other lawmakers. -The colony was named Pennsylvania. -He founded Pennsylvania to be used as a place of refuge for Quakers, but everyone was allowed and welcome to live there.
8: Why is Penn considered an important Philadelphian? | -Penn was important because he was an early champion of democracy and religious freedom. -The heritage of William was his part in the growth of the Quakers and role in the settlement of America. | -William Penn was important because he founded the colony of Pennsylvania
9: -William Penn was important because he was a great Quaker, and he also believed that everyone should be treated equally