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PA History Ch 4

Wellsville PA History Ch 4

a Lenape chief who signed a Great Treaty of Friendship with William Penn Tamenend
one of the best known trappers who led thousands of pioneers west Daniel Boone
a former Swedish soldier who was made leader of New Sweden in 1642 Johan Printz
searched for the Northwest Passage to Asia Henry Hudson
Philadelphia businesswoman who may have been the first American woman inventor. Sybilla Masters
the founder of PA William Penn
William Penn believed that the ____________ ____________ should be treated fairly Native Americans
Sybilla Masters, a Philadelphia businesswoman, made a machine for _________ _______ cleaning corn
King Charles II, the king of England, _______ William Penn's father money owed
Gave William the land that became Pennsylvania to pay his debt King Charles II
an ________________ is a person who comes into a new land to live from another land immigrant
a person who agreed to work for someone for a fixed amount of time to pay for their trip indentured servant
Dutch explorers traveled to America in the 1600s to set up _________ _________ where they exchanged things with Indians trading posts
a ____________ is a placed ruled by another country colony
A place where ships load and unload goods port
the practice of making one person the property of another slavery
land on the edge of a settlement frontier
a _____________ is a formal agreement between countries or people treaty
a huge, canvas covered wagon built in PA conestoga wagon
What was the treaty supposedly signed by William Penn and the Lenape chiefs? Walking Purchase
The Walking Purchase gave Penn the land west of the ___________ River as far "as a mand can go in a day and a half" Delaware
William Penn was a _____________, which is a follower of a peace loving religion Quaker
William Penn's ship was named the ____________ Welcome
Immigrants came here seeking religious ___________ freedom
Known as the City of Brotherly Love Philadelphia
Pennsylvania means ____________ __________ Penn's Woods
William Penn wanted to call his land _________________ Sylvania
King Charles II said it should be called _______________ Pennsylvania
a practice of growing only enough food to survive with nothing extra to sell subsistence farming
Family owned farms in the southeast part of our state were so productive the area was known as the _____________ of ________________ Breadbasket of America
Large amounts of corn and wheat were grown on family farms in the ___________ part of our state southeast
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