_____ was appointed as proprietor of the last unallocated tract of English territory--Pennsylvania. A Quaker, he founded
the colony as “holy experiment” and offered Quakers the opportunity to make laws according to their ideals. Pennsylvania seemed
the ideal community: religious toleration and economic opportunity allowed Indians, Quakers, Presbyterians, Baptists, Anglicans,
and Catholics to live in harmony. He founded Philadelphia with a grid design, allowing for parks, and his frame of government
created a strong executive under his leadership. Under Penn, Indian lands were bought to accommodate increasing numbers of
settlers. Named "The City of Brotherly Love," Philadelphia became the capital of PA and a major port.