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Quakers & Moravians

Moravian: The United Brethren is a Protestant group formed in Bohemia about 1415 which spread to Poland, Prussia, Germany and England.

Quaker: The Society of Friends was formed in England in 1648. Early restrictions brought them to New Jersey in 1675 and some 230 English Quakers founded Burlington, NJ in 1678. William Penn was granted the territory of Pennsylvania in 1681 and within two years there were about 3000 Quakers living there.

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