The History of Pennsylvania from the Earliest Discovery to the Present Time: Including an Account of the First Settlements by the Dutch, Swedes, and English, and of the Colony of William Penn, His Treaty and Pacific Measures with the Indians; and the Gradual Advancement of the State to Its Present Aspect of Opulence, Culture and Refinement. By William Mason Cornell

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Quaker City Publishing House, 1876 - 575
 

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