|What price did the Quakers (Society of Friends) pay for their beliefs?||Members were jailed in both England and Scotland. They also were harassed by their neighbors throughout the empire.|
|What did William Penn give up when he became a member of the society of Friends?||His privilege, luxury, and self-indulgence in the restoration society for the morally demanding life of the friends.|
|What did King Charles II grant William in 1681? What did this allow Penn to do?||A charter to a huge area west of the Delaware river. It allowed him to create of refuge for the Quakers that embodied their principles.|
|What did he call his new colony?||Pennsylvania.|
|True or False
The Quakers thought all men and women were equal.
|Penn's land polices reflected Quaker values how?||He wanted no politically powerful land lords or economically dependent farmers.|
|He insisted that the land be purchased from the Indians fairly, why?||He wanted to maintain peace between the two cultures.|
|What ethnics groups of their settlers come from?
|English, Irish, Scottish, French, Welsh, Scandinavian, and German|
|The new comers from Germany such as the Mennonites and Amish became known as the (blank).||"Pennsylvania Dutch"|