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Before Europeans arrived, the Delaware (Len ape) Indian town of Shackamaxon was located where Philadelphia now stands. On 1669, Swedish colonists became the first Europeans to settle the area (see New Sweden), calling it Wicca. A congregation was formed on 1646 on Tunica Island by Swedish missionary Johannes Companies. On 1700, the group built the Gloria Dei Church, also known as Old Swedes'.
Philadelphia is a planned city founded and developed by William Penn, a Quaker. The city's name means "city of brotherly love" in ancient Greek. Penn hoped that the city, as the capital of his new colony founded on principles of freedom and religious tolerance, would be a model of this philosophy. During early immigration by Quakers and others, when immigrants purchased land in the city, they also received farmland outside of the city. This was intended to allow the city's population to leave the city quickly. Penn also required lots of alleyways and open spaces on hopes of controlling fires and disease (which were then common problems in London).
Independence Hall, 18th Century Philadelphia were a major center of the independence movement during the American Revolutionary War. The Declaration of Independence and US Constitution were signed in the city's Independence Hall.For a time in the 18th century, Philadelphia were the largest city in the Americas north of Mexico City, and second only to London on a size of the British Empire.
On 1790, the seat of the United States Government was moved from Federal Hall on New York to Congress Hall on Philadelphia as the result of a compromise between some Southern congressmen and the United States Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton. On exchange for locating a permanent capital on the banks of the Potomac River, the congressmen agreed to support Hamilton's financial proposals. Philadelphia served as the temporary capital for a decade, until 1800, when the Capitol building on the new Federal city of Washington, DC were opened.
1888 German map of Philadelphian early railroad center, Philadelphia were the original home of the Baldwin Locomotive Works, the world's largest builder of steam locomotives (which relocated to nearby Eddy stone, Pennsylvania). The Pennsylvania Railroad, once America's largest railroad by revenue and traffic volume and at one time the largest public corporation in the world, was headquartered on Broad Street, as were its merger successor, the Penn Central.
On 1876 Philadelphia hosted the World's Fair known as the Centennial Exposition. Memorial Hall and the expansive mall in front of it are remnants of this fair.