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The Papers of William Penn, Volume 5: William Penn's ...

The Papers of William Penn, Volume 5: William Penn's ...

William Penn

Hugh Barbour, “William Penn, Model of Protestant Liberalism,” Church History, ( June 1979): 156, 157; Edward C. O. Beatty, William Penn as Social Philosopher ( New York, 1939), p. 303; Dunn, pp. 45-50; Edward Grubb, “The Early Quakers,” ...
The Papers of William Penn, Volume 5: William Penn's ...

The Papers of William Penn, Volume 5: William Penn's ...

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Hugh Barbour, “William Penn, Model of Protestant Liberalism,” Church History, ( June 1979): 156, 157; Edward C. O. Beatty, William Penn as Social Philosopher ( New York, 1939), p. 303; Dunn, pp. 45-50; Edward Grubb, “The Early Quakers,” ...
William Penn: Founder of Pennsylvania

William Penn: Founder of Pennsylvania

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A Comfortable Childhood William Penn was born on October 14, 1644, in his father's house in London, England. Luckily for Penn, he managed to survive life in London. Not every child did. In 1644, London was like most European cities of the ...
William Penn

William Penn

Carole Marsh

Quaker preacher William Penn founded Pennsylvania in the 1600s.
William Penn's Advice to His Children

William Penn's Advice to His Children

William Penn

This is a new release of the original 1944 edition.
William Penn, Visionary & Proprietor: An Exhibit Catalog

William Penn, Visionary & Proprietor: An Exhibit Catalog

Sandra Gross

Presents information about English religious reformer and American colonist William Penn (1644-1718), compiled by Tuomi J. Forrest.
Camp William Penn

Camp William Penn

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The vintage photographs in Camp William Penn were obtained from government agencies, universities, historical organizations, and the personal collections of soldiersAa' descendants.
Freedom Seeker: A Story about William Penn

Freedom Seeker: A Story about William Penn

Gwenyth Swain

Chronicles the life of William Penn who, after being jailed in England for openly practicing the Quaker religion, was granted the colony of Pennsylvania by the king, where he was able to create a new government based on his ideals.
William Penn

William Penn

George Hodges

1901. A sketch of William Penn who was a leading figure of the English Quakers and founder of the American colony, Pennsylvania by Hodges, American Episcopal clergyman and author of many books and articles.
William Penn and the Founding of Pennsylvania: A Documentary ...

William Penn and the Founding of Pennsylvania: A Documentary ...

Jean R. Soderlund

Uses official documents, letters, pamphlets, newspaper articles and business records to document Penn's founding of a Quaker colony in the New World
William Penn's Own Account of Lenni Lenape Or Delaware Indians

William Penn's Own Account of Lenni Lenape Or Delaware Indians

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Penn interpreted their mode of living with understanding, sympathy and, on occasion, even wistful envy. This edition includes the texts of several early Indian treaties and related documents.
Exploring the Pennsylvania Colony

Exploring the Pennsylvania Colony

Jr. John Micklos

The colony of Pennsylvania came about because King Charles II of England owed a large debt to Admiral William Penn. When the admiral died, the king had not yet paid the debt. The admiral's son, also named William Penn, had an idea.
William Penn and the founding of Pennsylvania, 1680-1684: a ...

William Penn and the founding of Pennsylvania, 1680-1684: a ...

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An invaluable collection of primary source materials on the founding and constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, from the King's Charter for "Penn's Woods" onwards.
The Colony of Pennsylvania: A Primary Source History

The Colony of Pennsylvania: A Primary Source History

Melody S. Mis

S' Jtg >m the Charter of Pennsylvania "Wee have hereby made and ordained the aforesaid William Penn, his heires and assignee, the true and ... He then gives Penn, his family, and the people he appoints control of the Pennsylvania colony.
William Penn: A Topical Biography

William Penn: A Topical Biography

William I. Hull

This is a new release of the original 1937 edition.
Robert Penn Warren: Critical Perspectives

Robert Penn Warren: Critical Perspectives

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"Reminiscences: A Conversation with Robert Penn Warren." Southern Review, NS 16 (1980), 782–98. "Interview with Eleanor Clark and Robert Penn Warren." New England Review, 1 (1978), 49–70. Purdy, Rob Roy, ed. Fugitives' Reunion:  ...
Owings and Allied Families, 1685-1985: A Genealogy of Some ...

Owings and Allied Families, 1685-1985: A Genealogy of Some ...

Addison D. Owings

WILLIAM OWINGS second wife MARY McSHERRY 3.5. William OWINGS, second son of Robert and Hannah (Farquhar) Owings, b. ca. 1741: d. 7 Mar. 1800 (Inventory of William Owings' estate was made 28 Mar. 1800- Adams Co., Penn.
Walt Whitman: The Correspondence

Walt Whitman: The Correspondence

Walt Whitman

From Benjamin R. Tucker. CT: WWWC2: 253–54. May 26. From Fred R. Guernsey, of the Boston Herald. May 28. From Van Doran Stafford. May 29. From William D. O''Connor. CT: WWWC3: 282–84. May 29. From John G. Willson, requesting WW''s presence at the “Melancholy Club.” June (?). From William Sloane Kennedy. June 1. From the Philadelphia Progress. Penn. June 3. From George W. Christy, an offended reader. LC. June 3. From William D. O''Connor. CT: WWWC1: 52–54.