The Papers of William Penn, Volume 2
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The Papers of William Penn, Volume 2
1680-1684

Edited by Richard S. Dunn and Mary Maples Dunn. Scott M. Wilds, Richard A. Ryerson, Jean R. Soderlund, Associate Editors. Ned C. Landsman, Special Editor

734 pages | 6 3/4 x 9 3/4 | illus.
Cloth 1982 | ISBN 9780812278521 | Add to cart $89.95s | Outside N. America £74.00
Ebook 2016 | ISBN 9781512821420 | Add to cart $89.95s | £58.50 | About
A volume in the series Papers of William Penn

"Here, then, are the major documents relating to the founding of Pennsylvania. . . . They are central to understanding the early evolution of America as a complex, variegated society."—Journal of American History

"This is, of course, a story which has been told before. But never has it been so richly documented. Again we are in the debt of the Dunns and their associates at the Penn Papers for bringing us this historical treasure."—Pennsylvania History

This volume, covering the years 1680 to 1684, documents the founding of Pennsylvania.

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