The town is now quite filled with inhabitants which

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21."The town is now quite filled with inhabitants, which in regard to their country, religion, andtrade, are very different from each other...Every one who acknowledges God to be the Creator...is atliberty to settle, stay, and carry on his trade here, be his religious principles ever so strange. No one ishere molested on account of the erroneous principles of the doctrine which he follows...On a carefulconsideration of what I have already said, it will be easy to conceive how this city should rise sosuddenly from nothing into such grandeur and perfection...It has not been necessary to force peopleto come and settle here; on the contrary, foreigners of different languages have left their country,houses, property, and relations, and ventured over wide and stormy seas, in order to come hither."--Peter Kalm, "A Swedish Visitor Tells About Philadelphia in 1748,"Travels in North America, 1771Pennsylvania's establishment as a proprietary colony and a tolerant refuge for a persecutedreligious group had the most in common with which of the following?a.the establishment of the colony of Marylandb.the establishment of the Massachusetts Bay Colonyc.the establishment of the colony of Georgiad.the establishment of the colony of Virginia
22.Edward Hick, "Penn's Treaty with the Indians," c. 1840‒1844Penn's Treaty with the Indians/Edward Hicks/Gift of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch/National Gallery of Art (NGA) [1980.62.11]The image of William Penn with the Indians most directly reflects which of the following?
23.Edward Hick, "Penn's Treaty with the Indians," c. 1840‒1844Penn's Treaty with the Indians/Edward Hicks/Gift of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch/National Gallery of Art (NGA) [1980.62.11]William Penn's commitment to reimburse the Indians for their land best reflects the influence ofwhich of the following?

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