Pennsylvania:

Home of Equality and Freedom

Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn, who is a believer of equality and freedom. He wanted to live in a place where everyone was treated fairly. Because of this, Pennsylvania is a care-free place. This is the perfect colony for families or anyone to live in. It's a colony of peace and tolerance!

Religious tolerance

Are you being forced to go to church? If you or your family is looking for a place to practice any religion freely, Pennsylvania is the colony for you! In Pennsylvania, race or religion of any kind is excepted.
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Family-Ideal

Pennsylvania is a great place for anyone, but it's a perfect place for families. In Pennsylvania there is freedom and equality and education for all children. Seeking for a home away from violence? The Quakers of Pennsylvania are opposed to violence, making this colony a safe one.
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Jobs

Resources

Pennsylvania is home to thick forests, providing wood for houses and jobs. There are also rivers and bays which ships are able to carry supplies and other valuable items.
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