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Date Created: 02/18/16
Inns of Court –Law Schools; Ex: Lincolns Inn, Greys Inn, Middle Temple, Inner Temple Thomas Holme Works with Penn in 1681 to decide how to construct the city Holme and Penn lived through the Great Fire of London Sept.2-Sept.5 of 1666; 13000 wooden structures of London destroyed and over 70,000 people left homeless. As a result they decided to construct 5 parks ( Center Square, NE Square, SE Square, NW Square, and SW Square) Build those for recreation as well as a place to go where there would be a fire First purchasers People offered by Penn the best land on the river in front of Scroogle river ( 22ndst) and Delaware river (Front st) People came and established their houses & Penn wanted each person to have a back yard/ large area to grow trees such as fruit trees which didn’t happen The purchasers divided their land and sold it 1647 Old Deluder Satin Act – protect yourself from the temptations of satin by reading the bible; If you had 50 households you had to have an elementary school , If you had 100 households you had to have a grammar school ( high school) to study Latin and Greek grammar to prepare for college (Harvard was the first college in the U.S.). Hemp – Important source of thread used for making sails, rope, and clothing.
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