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Which of the original thirteen colonies was founded as a refuge for Quakers?
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User: Which of the original thirteen colonies was founded as a refuge for Quakers?

Weegy: Pennsylvania was founded as a refuge for Quakers by William Penn.


User: England passed the _____ Acts in 1660 in order to control all aspects of colonial trade. a.Mercantilism b.Commerce c.Embargo d.Navigation

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England passed the Navigation Acts in 1660 in order to control all aspects of colonial trade.
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England passed the Navigation Acts in 1660 in order to control all aspects of colonial trade
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