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    The first settlement in the Massachusettes Colony was the Plymouth Settlement. It was founded by the English Pligrims in 1620. They named it Plymouth after the port from which they launched.
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    The Plymouth colony was founded by English Puritans who fled from England for Relgious Freedom. Willam Bradford emerged as a leader of the Plymouth Colony after John Carver, the first govenor died after being their only a year. Also, other settlements were being established as fishing and trading post by Englishmen Andrew Weston and Rodger Conant, which today are Weymouth and Salem, Massachusetts.
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    The first settlement in South Carolina was Charles Town in 1670 by the English.
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    The major economic activity of the colony was agriculture (growing indigo, rice, tobacco, cotton, and cattle) and naval stores.
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    WILLIAM PENN
    Penn was born in 1644, the son of Admiral Sir william penn and Margaret Jasper, a captain previously widowed and the daughter of a rotter dam merchant.William Penn, Sr., served in the common wealth Navy during the english civil war and was rewarded by oliver crowmwell with estates in Ireland. The lands were seized from Irish Catholics, in retaliation for an earlier massacre of Protestants. Admiral Penn took part in the restoration of charles the second and was eventually knighted and served in the navy . At the time of his son’s birth, Captain Penn was twenty-three and an ambitious naval officer in charge of quelling Irish Catholic unrest and blockading Irish ports.
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    WILLIAM PENN
    Penn was born in 1644, the son of Admiral Sir william penn and Margaret Jasper, a captain previously widowed and the daughter of a rotter dam merchant.William Penn, Sr., served in the common wealth Navy during the english civil war and was rewarded by oliver crowmwell with estates in Ireland. The lands were seized from Irish Catholics, in retaliation for an earlier massacre of Protestants. Admiral Penn took part in the restoration of charles the second and was eventually knighted and served in the navy . At the time of his son’s birth, Captain Penn was twenty-three and an ambitious naval officer in charge of quelling Irish Catholic unrest and blockading Irish ports.
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