Unformatted text preview: Peaceful period with the Indians (1682-1755) William Penn’s original treaty land was quite small, but the purchases from the Indians grew in size as time continued Iroquois: 3 rd great war power in America Cornplanter: Indian chief who sold much of his land to the colonist at a low price; eventually he and his people got pushed further inland as the PA frontier expanded Pioneers were not peaceful as they were portrayed. They can be better described as conquerors by their actions....
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- Fall '08
- History, Pennsylvania, William Penn, Religious Society of Friends, original Pennsylvania colonies, original treaty land, PA History Class