Identify and explain conflict and cooperation among social groups and organizations in Pennsylvania history from Beginnings to 1824.
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Domestic Instability (e.g., religious diversity, toleration and conflicts, incursion of the Iroquois)
Ethnic and Racial Relations (e.g., Penn’s Treaties with Indians, the Underground Railroad, the abolition of slavery)
Labor Relations (e.g., indentured servants, working conditions)
Immigration (e.g., Germans, Irish)
Military Conflicts (e.g., Dutch, Swedish and English struggle for control of land, Wyoming Massacre, The Whiskey Rebellion)