Identify and analyze how continuity and change have influenced Pennsylvania history from the 1787 to 1914.
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Belief Systems and Religions (e.g., Ephrata Cloister, Harmonists, Amish, immigrant influences)
Commerce and Industry (e.g., mining coal, producing iron, harvesting timber)
Innovations (e.g., John Roebling’s steel cable, steel-tipped plow, improved techniques for making iron, steel and glass)
Politics (e.g., Fugitive Slave Act reaction, canal system legislation, The Free School Act of 1834)
Settlement Patterns (e.g., farms and growth of urban centers)