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What colonies founders believed that tolerance was a great virtue?
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 Pennsylvania 
The primary founder of Pennsylvania, William Penn believed that tolerance was a great virtue, since he was a Quaker himself who had faced certain degrees of persecution.
William Penn, a Quaker, named Pennsylvania in honor of his father by combining the name Penn and the Latin term sylvania, which translates as "woodlands," to come up with "Penn's woodlands."
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