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The Quakers have always had positive relationships with minorities. Such was the case in this particular article, and later represented in the Quaker representation in the abolitionist movement. Penn was a supreme example of the Quaker sect.
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›William Penn. Governor. 1682-1684.1699-1701.
Source: Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission
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