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and they refused to serve in the military . They were a lot less pessimistic than the Puritans because they only believed in the salvation of a few . o The Quakers also had quite a bit of gender equality as the Quaker’s models, George Fox and Margaret Fell . 350 Quaker women would serve as ministers in the colonies. o Penn was also rather peaceful with the natives as he sent the leaders of Iroquois Confederacy letters of peace. He arranged a treaty to purchase the lands of Philadelphia . o Penn’s Frame of Government ( 1681 ) applied the “ radical ” ideas of the Quakers . It ensured religious freedom . Allowed all property - owning men to vote and hold office. FROM MERCANTALISM TO IMPERIAL DOMINION // The Navigation Acts (1651) o To control all the goods that went from and to the American Colonies, the English instated this law. The reasoning behind this was to reap all of the possible benefits they could from this agreement. o This meant that all goods were required to be carried upon English or Colonial ships in order to keep all the other colonies from trading and reaping the profits. Not only that, but in 1660 and 1663 the government continued to ban foreign traders.
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  • Fall '10
  • Mr.Magill
  • Thirteen Colonies, New Netherland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, William Penn

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