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William Penn believed that the success of his colony depended on following strict Puritan principles. keeping the Quakers out. attracting many new settlers. driving American Indians away.
William Penn believed that the success of his colony depended on attracting many new settlers.
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William Penn believed that the success of his colony depended on attracting many new settlers.
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