Delaware, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania
- Founded by King Charles II in 1682
- owed $80,000 to Admiral Sir William Penn. In 1681, as payment for the debt, the king granted what is today Pennsylvania to the admiral�s son, also named William Penn. Penn named the territory New Wales. A Welsh member of England�s Privy Council objected, so Penn called it Sylvania (woods). The king changed the name to Pennsylvania, in honor of the admiral.
- Mixed Farming
- Population- By 1685, the population of Pennsylvania had reached 9,000
- Erie, Honniasont, Huron, Iroquois (especially Seneca and Oneida), Leni Lenape, Munsee, Shawnee, Susquehannock, and unknown others
- Has no Religion