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Before the State was established, the area was home to the lenape, susquehanna, irokesere, eriez, shawnee, and other native American tribes, based on http://www.digopaul.com/english-word/pennsylvania.html.

In 1643 was the southeastern part of the State, near Philadelphia, populated by Swedes, but control of the area passed to the Netherlands and then on to England.

The 4. March 1681 gave Karl 2. of the UK a contract to William Penn over the area that now includes Pennsylvania. Penn then founded the province of Pennsylvania as a place of religious freedom for Quakers and gave it the Latin name, which means "Penn's woodland."

A large part of the country North and West of Philadelphia, in the counties of Montgomery, Chester, and Delaware, were settled by Welsh Quakers, and the area was called for the Welsh region. Even today, many towns and villages bear names derived from Wales.
 
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