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  1. Pennsylvania Geography Projects: 30 Cool, Activities, Crafts, Experiments & More for Kids to Do! by Carole Marsh, 2003-05
  2. Pennsylvania landscapes: An elementary geography of the state by Raymond E Murphy, 1938
  3. Pennsylvania (Tarr & McMurry geographies) by William W Rupert, 1903
  4. COMPLETE GEOGRAPHY Pennsylvania Edition
  5. Complete Geography - Pennsylvania Edition
  6. Geography of Pennsylvania by Lawrence Charles Davis, 1939
  7. Northampton County Pennsylvania: Geology and Geography [Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Fourth Series, Bulletin C 48] by Benjamin LeRoy; Fraser, Donald McCoy; Miller, Ralph LeRoy Miller, 1939
  8. From Sugar Camps to Star Barns: Rural Life and Landscape in a Western Pennsylvania Community (Keystone Book) by Sally Ann McMurry, 2001-09
  9. Pennsylvania (Rookie Read-About Geography) by Ann Heinrichs, 2006-09
  10. Exploring Pennsylvania: Geography, history, civics by Sylvester Kirby Stevens, 1968
  11. Advanced Geography with Pennsylvania Supplement by Frank M. ; Parkins, A. E. McMurray, 1924
  12. Exploring Pennsylvania: Its Geography, History and Government, New Printing by Sylvester K.; Ralph W. Cordier & Florence O. Benjamin Stevens, 1957

21. PSU Department Of Geography Home
Physical. geography. Human. geography. Nature/Society. GISciences The Department of geography, part of The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. The pennsylvania State University © 2002

22. Pennsylvania Facts
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Keystone State - During colonial times Pennsylvania was the middle colony of the original 13 colonies. It held the colonies together like the "keystone" in a window or door arch.
Background: Pennsylvania was settled in 1643. Philadelphia was our state capital during the Revolutionary War and York was the first capital of the United States.
State name’s meaning: Penn’s Woods (after Admiral William Penn 's father)
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Important Documents: Several important documents were written in Pennsylvania The Constitution of the United States The American Declaration of Independence Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Flower: Mountain Laurel Tree: Hemlock Bird: Ruffed Grouse Animal: Whitetail Deer Insect: Firefly Dog: Great Dane Beverage: Milk Fish Brook Trout Fossil: Phacops Rana Ship: United States Brig Niagara Geography: To purchase maps click here Area: 45,888 square miles

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Photograph by James Bynum W elcome to Pennsylvania, the birthplace of independence and the Constitution. In 1681, when King Charles II granted William Penn, a Quaker, the vast tract of land that includes present-day Pennsylvania, the grant had strings attached: Penn was required to repay the king by sending him two beaver pelts a year! P enn and the Quakers found refuge from religious persecution here, and the land became a haven for others too, including Mennonites and Amish. Primarily of German descent, these "Pennsylvania Dutch" settled in and around Lancaster County. Adhering to a simple way of life, the Pennsylvania Dutch still live in the state's tranquil farmland settings, shunning many of the conveniences of modern America in favor of slower, more peaceful ways. It is common to see a plodding horse and buggy on the state's country roads, driven by plainly-dressed people living a simpler, slower way of life. P ennsylvania welcomes visitors with open arms, and boasts that over 5 million tourists a year come to the peaceful Lancaster County area to partake of a more relaxed lifestyle, beautiful landscapes, and charmingly hospitable people.

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28. Indiana University Of Pennsylvania - Geography & Regional Planning
For Prospective Graduate Students Why IUP s geography Masters Program May be a Good Choice for You. New May 2003 Department Graduation Photo.

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30. Butler Co., PA -- Geography And History
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Butler County, Pennsylvania, was created on March 12, 1800, from a portion of Allegheny County . Like many other western Pennsylvania counties, Butler County was named for a Revolutionary War hero, General Richard Butler. The county seat, the Borough of Butler, was laid out in 1803, and on April 2, 1803, the county was formally organized for judicial purposes. The official boundaries of Butler were defined in 1800 as follows: Beginning at a locust tree on the south side of Buffalo Creek (near Freeport), thence along the Allegheny line due west 23 miles, thence due north 23 miles, then north 35 degrees east 15 miles, then east to the Allegheny River, thence due south to the place of beginning. Thus, the shape of Butler County is a rectangle (33 miles NS by 23 miles EW) with north-western corner removed diagonally. The boundaries of Butler County, in contrast to many other Pennsylvania counties, have remained unchanged from its creation to the present. Butler County is bordered by eight other Pennsylvania counties:

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Related Category: U.S. Political Geography Pennsylvania [pens u lv A u Pronunciation Key Geography The Great Lakes Plain meets the Appalachian Plateau in the extreme northwestern part of the state. The Appalachian Plateau stretches across the western and northern sections of Pennsylvania and covers more than half the area of the state. The Allegheny Mts. line the eastern edge of the plateau and run southwest to northeast, overlooking the Great Appalachian Valley. The Jacks, Tuscarora, and Blue Mts. comprise a ridge and valley section bordered by the Great Appalachian Valley to the southeast and east. The Piedmont Plateau gives way to the Atlantic Coastal Plain in the extreme southeastern portion of the state. In the east Pennsylvania is drained by the Delaware and the Susquehanna river systems; in the west by the Allegheny and the Monongahela rivers, which join at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River; and in the central part by the West Branch of the Susquehanna, which crosses the state and empties into Chesapeake Bay. These turbulent streams and rivers have cut beautiful water gaps, natural passageways for roads and rail lines. The great forests and lush vegetation that once covered the entire state were transformed during the Carboniferous period into deposits of anthracite coal in the northeast and extensive bituminous beds in the west. Large areas of woodland remain and, in some isolated sections, have retained an almost primitive wildness. Of the many historic sites and parks that have been preserved, those under federal ownership include Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Gettysburg National Military Park, and Independence and Valley Forge national historical parks (see

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Related Category: U.S. Political Geography Pennsylvania [pens u lv A u Pronunciation Key , one of the Middle Atlantic states of the United States. It is bordered by New Jersey, across the Delaware River (E), Delaware (SE), Maryland (S), West Virginia (SW), Ohio (W), and Lake Erie and New York (N). Sections in this article:
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    34. About The USA - Travel & Geography > Pennsylvania
    pennsylvania. American FactFinder (US Census). pennsylvania, the Keystone State Abbreviation PA. pennsylvania is one of the nation s most historic states.

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    PA Obwohl die ersten europäischen Siedler Schweden und Holländer waren, wurde das Gebiet von dem Quäker William Penn zu Ehren seines Vaters benannt. Er verband den Namen Penn und das lateinische Wort sylvania (Wald, Waldgebiet) und erschuf so "Penns Wald". Pennsylvania war der zweite der ursprünglichen 13 Staaten, die sich zu einem Verbund zusammenschlossen (1787). Heute dominieren zwei Städte den Staat - Philadelphia, Heimat der Freiheitsglocke, Constitution Hall und eine rasch wachsende Metropole, und Pittsburgh, ein geschäftiger Flusshafen im Landesinneren. Pennsylvania ist einer der geschichtsträchtigsten Bundesstaaten des Landes. Philadelphia wird oft als Wiege der Nation bezeichnet. Hier wurden u.a. die Unabhängigkeitserklärung und die Verfassung verfasst. Die Pocono Mountains und der Delaware Water Gap sind ein beliebtes Feriengebiet. Die Region der Pennsylvania Dutch im südlichen Landesinnern ist ein weiterer Anziehungspunkt für Touristen. Einige Gemeinschaften, wie die Amish und die Mennoniten, die zu den Pennsylvania Dutch zählen, werden „Plain People", einfache Leute, genannt. Sie haben Lebensstil und Kleidung ihrer Vorfahren beibehalten und leben ohne die Errungenschaften der modernen Welt.

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    37. Pennsylvania: Facts, Map And State Symbols -
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    Pennsylvania was the 2 nd state in the USA ; it became a state on December 12, 1787. State Abbreviation - PA
    State Capital - Harrisburg Largest City - Philadelphia Area - 46,058 square miles [Pennsylvania is the 33rd biggest state in the USA] Population (as of 2000) [Pennsylvania is the sixth most populous state in the USA, after California New York Texas Florida and Illinois Major Industries - steel, farming (corn, oats, soybeans, mushrooms), mining (iron, portland cement, lime, stone), electronics equipment, cars, pharmaceuticals Presidential Birthplace - James Buchanan was born in Cove Gap (near Mercersburg) on April 23, 1791 (he was the 15th US President, serving from 1857 to 1861) Major Rivers - Allegheny River, Susquehanna River, Delaware River, Ohio River

    38. Map Of The State Of Pennsylvania
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    39. Linguistic Geography Of Pennsylvania
    Linguistic geography of pennsylvania ©1999 C. Salvucci. The above map is historically skewed, in that boundaries follow the most modern studies when possible
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    The above map is historically skewed, in that boundaries follow the most modern studies when possible, but where current information is not available the boundaries must often reflect the 1939 LAMSAS data. At certain points the modern and older studies clearly conflict: Schuylkill County with its consistent monophthongization would have been better classified with the Lehigh Valley and Reading in 1939; today, its acceptance of the low back merger shows that it clearly belongs to the Anthracite region.
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    40. Mansfield University - Department Of Geography And Geology
    Geology Club. · geography Club. · Mansfield University Homepage. )2001 Mansfield University of pennsylvania. Last Reviewed on 11/16/2003 .
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