HIST 2111 notes 9.17.07

HIST 2111 notes 9.17.07 - Questions: What were the...

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Questions: What were the distinctive characteristics of colonial Pennsylvania? Distinctive groups? What were the distinctive characteristics of colonial South Carolina and its development? Why were there strong tensions between whites, blacks, and Indians? Quakers ended up rejecting Calvinists ideas Colony of Pennsylvania ** Middle Colonies ** **Quakers** why would they become so influential? One of the main colonies? William Penn Aristocratic background, established a haven in Pennsylvania and some other middle colonies Puritans were trying to establish a refuge for themselves, but did not believe in religious freedom for anyone else, they were right, everyone else should conform. Penn attempted a “Holy Experiment” non Quakers and Quakers were allowed in Pennsylvania, create a wholesome, Christian society, without and established church and/or religious beliefs, as long as theyw ere well-behaved No guns, no forts. Penn’s family was old English, and conservative
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