|Subdivision of:||North American League|
|Established:||1674, Division of New Mersey|
1738, Provincial status
|Admission to NAL:||1803 (10th)|
Kent is a province of the North American League.
Kent and Oxbridge were formed in 1674 from the division of the former Province of New Mersey. It was initially named West Mersey, but was renamed Kent in 1738, when the two halves of New Mersey were fully separated.
West Mersey became a largely Quaker colony, and, for a period, William Penn of neighboring Pennsylvaania was a trustee of the colony.
Quarkerism remains common in Kent.