The Life and Times of William Penn

The Life and Times of William Penn

by Bonnie Hinman

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The Life and Times of William Penn by Bonnie Hinman

William Penn's "Holy Experiment" was a dedicated man's sincere effort to create a land where people of all faiths could live peacefully together. He founded Pennsylvania primarily as a safe haven for Quakers who were persecuted in Britain and other European countries. But he welcomed anyone, Quaker or not, who wanted to work hard to make a new life for his or her family.

Penn's childhood was a happy one lived mostly in the country with his parents and brother and sister. He was a young adult when he first showed interest in the Quaker faith, and that interest never faded. His parents tried to persuade him to live the life that they mapped out for him as a government worker or some sort of royal official. Instead he founded Pennsylvania and formed his own government. It was as close as any colony would come to being a democracy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781584154334
Publisher: Mitchell Lane Pub Inc
Publication date: 04/30/2006
Series: Profiles in American History Series
Edition description: Library Edition
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 6.70(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range: 9 - 13 Years

Table of Contents

2711 Chapter 4 The H

2912 FYInfo: Ge

3511 Chapter 5 Years of Stru

3712 FYInfo: Pennsbury M

4211 Chapter Notes 4311

4411 Timeline in History 45

Further Reading 4612 For Young A

4612 Works Consult

4612 On the Internet 4601 Gl

4701 Index 48

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