The Political Relationship Between Indians and Europeans in Colonial Pennsylvania (part 3).
"Penn wished that his new colony might be based on justice and humanity, and was particularly considerate of the Indians who inhabited the area. He instructed the agents he sent ahead of him to treat them well, and he himself sent them a now-famous letter, in which he expressed his friendship for them and his intention of treating them fairly. And so he did, by his own lights, in the eyes of his countrymen and successors, and in the memory of his name treasured by generations of Indians whose ancestors he befriended."
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