Arrival of Native Americans and European1

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Arrival of Native Americans and Europeans When Penn arrived the following year, there were already Dutch, Swedish, and English  settlers living along the Delaware River. It was there he founded Philadelphia, the "City  of Brotherly Love." In keeping with his faith, Penn was motivated by a sense of equality not often found in  other American colonies at the time. Thus, women in Pennsylvania had rights long  before they did in other parts of America. Penn and his deputies also paid considerable  attention to the colony's relations with the Delaware Indians, ensuring that they were  paid for land on which the Europeans settled. Georgia was settled in 1732, the last of the 13 colonies to be established.  Lying close  to, if not actually inside the boundaries of Spanish Florida, the region was viewed as a  buffer against Spanish incursion. But it had another unique quality: The man charged 
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