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  • Text is a little hard to read with the gray background.
  • Time line with dates?
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  • Text – Sans Serif! And, change color so it is easy to read.
  • Have the T or F come up with the animation.
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    • 1. FOUNDER OF THE PROVINCE OF PA
      -William Penn
    • 2.
    • 3. Born in London, England on October 16, 1644
      Expelled from Oxford University
      “NO CROSS, NO CROWN”
      Disappointment to the Admiral
      A Rebel
    • 4. Convinced by Thomas Loe during travels
      Advocate for the Quaker Faith and Religious Toleration
      Leader of Society of Friends
    • 5. The King of England ceded a large territory in the Americas to William as payment for a debt owed to his father.
      A year later, Penn's "holy experiment" began. He established the colony of Pennsylvania
    • 6. Source: Moretta, John.
      William Penn and the Quaker legacy:
      New York: Pearson Longman.
      John Moretta states, “If there is anything permanently abiding in the nation’s history, it is the respect for human dignity and human rights. These ideals have come to inform the American creed, and thus the Quaker legacy and that of the man who brought it to North America, William Penn, endures.”
    • 7.
    • 8. True or False
      William Penn was a calvinist.
      William Penn founded the Province of Pa.
      Thomas Loe convinced William Penn
      William Penn fought for Religious Toleration
      William Penn’s, “holy experiment” denied religious freedom to the people of Pennsylvania.
      False, William Penn was a Quaker
      True, King James II gave it to him because he owed Admiral Penn.
      True
      True
      False, the holy experimented allowed all to worship freely

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