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Chapter 9, Lesson 2: A Mixture of Many Cultures (pp. 213-219)

I. Quaker Ideals and the "Holy Experiment"

II. Immigration to the Middle Colonies

    A. William Penn and other settlers advertised the beauties of Pennsylvania throughout Europe.

    B. Thousands of immigrants arrived from Europe.

III. Problems Among Different Groups
    A. Groups from different countries lived separately and did not understand each other.

    B. New settlers were unfair to the Indians and took their land, pushing them west.

    C. Conflicts also arose between the rich and the poor.

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