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         Pennsylvania Geography:     more books (100)
  1. Pennsylvania Bingo: Geography Edition by Carole Marsh, 2001-07
  2. Exploring Pennsylvania: Its geography, history, and government by Sylvester Kirby Stevens, 1953
  3. Vascular Flora of Pennsylvania: Annotated Checklist and Atlas (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society) (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society) ... of the American Philosophical Society) by Ann Fowler Rhoads, William M. Klein, 1993-10-01
  4. A system of modern geography: Designed for the use of schools and academies; illustrated by 23 copper-plate maps, drawn and engraved expressly for this ... (Mitchell's new intermediate geography) by S. Augustus Mitchell, 1888
  5. Coal Mining in Pennsylvania (Lifepac History & Geography Grade 3)
  6. The Pennsylvania Barn: Its Origin, Evolution, and Distribution in North America (Creating the North American Landscape) by Robert F. Ensminger, 2003-03-26
  7. PENNSYLVANIA LANDSCAPES AND PEOPLE by Charles Geiger, 2005-06
  8. Butler's complete geography (Butler's geographical series) by Jacques W Redway, 1887
  9. Pennsylvania (Hello USA) by Gwenyth Swain, 1994-01
  10. The geomorphology of the Wyoming-Lackawanna region, (Pennsylvania. Geological survey) by Harry Augustus Itter, 1938
  11. Physical and Industrial Geography of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by H. Justin RODDY, 1916
  12. The non-Pennsylvania town: diffusion of urban plan forms in the American West.: An article from: The Geographical Review by Michael P. Conzen, 2006-04-01
  13. The Best Poor Man's Country: Early Southeastern Pennsylvania by James T. Lemon, 2002-09-25
  14. Pennsylvania pride by Randall A Pellow, 2002

41. Vshadow: Geography
geography of the Valley of the Shadow. Franklin are located in the Great Valley of the United States, which stretched through pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia
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Geography of the Valley of the Shadow
[an error occurred while processing this directive] Both Augusta and Franklin are located in the Great Valley of the United States, which stretched through Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Tennessee. Their landscapes and climate are relatively similar, and their people farmed many of the same crops.
General Maps
Maps of the Valley
Maps from the Official Records Atlas
    These 1860s maps show main roads and rail connections.
Staunton and Augusta
The Geography of Staunton and Augusta
Mutual Assurance Society Records for Staunton
    This is a searchable index of fire insurance policies held by Staunton residents. The policies are then linked to maps of Staunton, allowing you to locate individual properties.
Modern USGS Map of Augusta County A physical description of Augusta County.

42. Pennsylvania State Geography
pennsylvania State geography. So you want to know about pennsylvania? Here are some highlights! Also check out the links to other sites about pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania State Geography
So you want to know about Pennsylvania? Here are some highlights! Also check out the links to other sites about Pennsylvania.
On this Page:
Other related pages:
Key Facts
Top of Page Population (1994): 12,052,000 (5th in size) State size: 45,308 square miles (33rd in size) State Capital: Harrisburg (named after John Harris who established a trading post at the site) Major cities: Allentown, Erie, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Admission to union: The 2nd State Date entered the union: December 12, 1787 Origin of state name: Named after William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania. "Sylvania" comes from the latin word for woods or forest. Nicknames: The Keystone State Bordering states: New York, New Jersey, Maryland, West Virginia and Ohio State bird: Ruffed Grouse State flower: Mountain Laurel State tree: Eastern Hemlock Motto: Virtue, Liberty and Independence

43. Geography Homework Resources, Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh Resource Guide The pennsylvania Geographical Society exists to promote effective geographic teaching, research, and literacy at all levels and in all settings.
Select Library Area: Ask a Librarian Careers at CLP Computer Classes Directions Employment Genealogy/History Homework Help Hours Kids' Site Library Subject Guide Locations Renew a Book Request a Book Research Databases Resource Guide Search Subject Departments Support the Library Teens' Site
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Pittsburgh Region Pennsylvania United States International See also Maps and Country Information
Pittsburgh Region
See also Pittsburgh Maps
AIT: Geography in US History Series
A series of videos with teacher guides about the influence of geography in the development of the US. Included is the film: An Industial Revolution in Pittsburgh (1865-1900)
. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a copy in the Pittsburgh area.
Pennsylvania Geographical Society
The Pennsylvania Geographical Society exists to promote effective geographic teaching, research, and literacy at all levels and in all settings.
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About: Geography
A directory to geography resources on the web, maintained by guide Matt Rosenberg, a graduate student in geography and author of the

44. PA Geog.
Editor, or Gregory E. Faiers, Associate Editor, The pennsylvania Geographer, geography Department, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Johnstown, PA 15904.
William B. Kory

Geography Deparment
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
UPJ Geography Home Page

Johnstown, PA 15904
Phone: (814) 269-2994 or 2990
Gregory E. Faiers

Geography Department
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown Johnstown, PA 15904 Phone: (814) 269-2993 BOOK REVIEW EDITOR Donald W. Buckwalter Geography Department Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana, PA 15705 EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE PENNSYLVANIA GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY PRESIDENT Karen Trifonoff Bloomsburg University Bloomsburg, PA 17815 PRESIDENT ELECT John Benhart, Sr. Shippensburg University Shippensburg, PA 17257 PAST PRESIDENT Robert Ziegenfus Kuntztown University Kuntztown, PA 19530 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Sandra Mather West Chester University Professor Emerita SECRETARY George Shirey Clarion University Clarion, PA 16214 TREASURER Kay Williams Shippensburg University Shippensburg, PA 17257 DIRECTORS To OCTOBER 2001 Harold Nanovic Mary Sacavage Derek Shanahan Diane Stanitski-Martin Gregory Faiers To OCTOBER 2002 William Rense Mary Graham Alison Feeney To OCTOBER 2003 Jerry Mitchell Calvin Thomas Mary Braccili Joseph Bencloski Indiana University Indiana, PA 15705

45. PA Geog Back Issues
XXXII, geography in pennsylvania, 2 (1994) F/W. XXXVII, Weather and Climates in pennsylvania, 2 (1999) F/W. Vol. XXXVII, geography of the 21st Century, 1 (2000) S/S.
of the Pennsylvania Geographer Available at $4.00 Per Copy Volume # Title of Issue Date Vol. IV Urban November 1996 Vol. IX Quantification April 1971 Vol. IX Geographic Education July 1971 Vol. IX Historical Geography September 1971 Vol. IX Transportation December 1971 Vol. X The Classroom Use of Scholarly Geographic Research July 1972 Vol. X Evaluative Techniques October 1972 Vol. X Theoretical Geography December 1972 Vol. XI Soviet Union April 1973 Vol. XI Critical Awareness in Geography July 1973 Vol. XI Education November 1973 Vol. XI Blacks in Pennsylvania December 1973 Vol. XII Convention Issues April 1974 Vol. XII Environmental Issues July 1974 Vol. XII Geography and Society November 1974 Vol. XII Strategy and Tactics December 1974 Vol. XIII Education July 1975 Vol. XIII Geographical Perspectives on Crime and Justice November 1975 Vol. XIII Focus on Pennsylvania: The Bicentennial State December 1975 Vol. XIV Environmental Education in the Home Community April 1976 Vol. XIV Role of Geography in Teaching World Cultures September 1976 Vol. XIV The Pennsylvania Geographer Revisited December 1976 Vol. XV

46. Pennsylvania A History Of The Commonwealth
This chapter bridges the schism, nudging together the two perspectives, showing geography s mighty role in pennsylvania s story.

47. E. Willard Miller Geography Of Pennsylvania, A
geography of pennsylvania, A E. Willard Miller. 1994 Hardback $29.95 0271-01017-7 Paperback $29.95 trade 0-271-01342-7. The

48. The US50 - A Guide To The Fifty States
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49. Washington Co., PA - Geography
Background. Washington County is found in the extreme southwest corner of pennsylvania. Of the four major geographic regions in the state, Washington Co.
Among the things you need to understand about Washington Co., PA are: We also have a page that specifically deals with maps of the area . And if you have a town name, but don't know where it is located, you can try checking out the U.S. Census Bureau's Gazetteer . And here is a link to a list of the 246 Place Names in Washigton Co., PA
Washington County is found in the extreme southwest corner of Pennsylvania. Of the four major geographic regions in the state, Washington Co. is on the Allegheny Plateau. The Allegheny Plateau covers roughly half the state, that half bounded in the east by the ridges of Allegheny mountains. Rolling hills delineated by creeks or "runs" and punctuated by springs comprise the area which was originally hardwood forest. The primeval forest supported black bear, elk, moose, deer, panthers, wildcats, wolves, wild ducks and geese, ruffed grouse, quail, pheasants, turkeys, raccoons, squirrels, rabbits, skunks, and woodchucks. This part of the state drains into the Ohio river system. The Monongahela River, which flows northward to join the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh and form the Ohio River, forms Washington County's eastern boundary.

50. United States Information: Facts, Geography, People, Government, Economy, Flag A
geography note world s third-largest country by size (after Russia and York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, pennsylvania, Rhode Island
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    Country List World Factbook Home The World Factbook United States Introduction United States Background: Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the original 13 as the nation expanded across the North American continent and acquired a number of overseas possessions. The two most traumatic experiences in the nation's history were the Civil War (1861-65) and the Great Depression of the 1930s. Buoyed by victories in World Wars I and II and the end of the Cold War in 1991, the US remains the world's most powerful nation-state. The economy is marked by steady growth, low unemployment and inflation, and rapid advances in technology.
  • 51. ACS: 2002 Narrative/Tabular Profiles For The State Of Pennsylvania
    explanation on the Geographical Types, click here for the geography notes pdf
    Contact ACS Site Map Search ACS Census ... Data Profiles 2002 Pennsylvania Search Results: Pennsylvania
  • Pennsylvania Geographical Type: State
    Tabular Profile
    Narrative Profile Allegheny County Geographical Type: County
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    Narrative Profile AllentownBethlehemEaston, PA MSA Geographical Type: MSA/CMSA
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  • 52. Geography Of Fortune 1000 Companies - Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina S
    geography of Fortune 1000 Companies pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington Wisconsin.

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    53. Geography & Earth Science Department At Shippensburg University
    Shippensburg University of pennsylvania, Faculty Staff. geography Earth Science Dept. 104 Shearer Hall 1871 Old Main Dr. Shippensburg, PA 172572299 USA
    • Office Hours Course Descriptions Advisement Worksheets Tutors Research Opportunities Professional Organizations

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    . Last Updated: 07-Feb-2004

    54. Cyndi's List - U.S. - Pennsylvania
    American Memory Panoramic Maps 18471929 - pennsylvania From the geography and Map Division, Library of Congress. American Memory
    U.S. - Pennsylvania
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    your web browser to load the entire page first.
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    Cyndi's List The BOOK!

    2nd Edition
    2 Volumes Netting Your Ancestors Genealogy Bookstore
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      General Resource Sites
      • A wonderful collection of resources for PA research.
      • Genealogy records and information about ancestors in the 13 original colonies.
      • This outstanding outline introduces records and strategies that can help you learn more about your ancestors. It explains terms associated with this state's particular genealogy research and describes the content, use, and availability of major genealogical records.

    55. Data Services: Geographical Information Systems (GIS) (Southwestern Pennsylvania
    a single, regional data set representing the geography, topography, and from staff at the Geospatial Technology Program within pennsylvania State University s
    The Commission The Corporation Meeting Schedule Press Room ... Request Maps Department Director:
    Kirk Brethauer

    GIS Analyst:
    Kurt Fruhlinger

    425 Sixth Avenue
    Suite 2500
    Pittsburgh, PA
    (412) 391-5590 (P)
    (412) 391-9160 (F)
    Directions Note: Babel Fish is a third-party resource and a computer translation of the original webpage. It is provided for general information only and should not be regarded as complete or accurate. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) GIS is an analytical tool that allows an operator to view map layers on a computer screen while accessing databases of the map features. By viewing the map layers simultaneously, one can analyze relationships within and between the different layers. GIS integrates data from different sources in a multitude of formats to represent any area within the region. Scenarios can be created to represent changes in the landscape, infrastructure, and populations. GIS is used in-house by the SPC for a multitude of activities within the various departments. SPC also provides GIS data to its planning partners, transportation agencies, transit operators, consulting firms, businesses, environmental agencies, and various offices of federal, state, county, and municipal government. With over 60 map layers, SPC has one of the largest collections of comprehensive GIS data for the 10-county region.

    56. ARCH: Pennsylvania's Historic Architecture & Archaeology
    Use this site creatively to enhance both classroom and individual learning about pennsylvania s history, social studies, architecture and geography;
    ARCH Home Search FAQ How To ... PHMC Home

    National Register of Historic Places
    in Pennsylvania
    Go Directly to Search ARCH provides public access to Pennsylvania's inventory of National Historic Landmarks and National Register of Historic Places. At this site, you will find the original, complete nomination forms for over 3000 National Register nominations and almost 200 National Historic Landmark properties. Each nomination includes the name and location of the property, a physical description, a statement of the property's significance, geographical data, biblographic references, and, at least one representative photograph for each property or district. Forms can be retrieved through a searchable database The original nomination forms and selected photographs were digitized for presentation on the Web. The content and image quality among the records will vary. Efforts were made to optimize the records for readability and presentation. Users may from time to time find omissions and/or errors in the data. We would appreciate notification of any that are found so that we may correct them. National Historic Landmarks recognize the national significance of properties that possess exceptional values or qualities in illustrating or interpreting the heritage of the United States. National Park Service historians and archaeologists study and evaluate these properties within the context of major themes of American history.

    57. USIA - Portrait Of The USA, Ch. 2
    This chapter examines American geography, history, and customs through the The Middle Atlantic, comprising New York, New Jersey, pennsylvania, Delaware, and




    ... Contents Chapter Two
    FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA Geography and regional characteristics
    high temperatures on a given day in the United States to reach 70 degrees Fahrenheit (about 40 degrees Celsius). The United States owes much of its national character and its wealth to its good fortune in having such a large and varied landmass to inhabit and cultivate. Yet the country still exhibits marks of regional identity, and one way Americans cope with the size of their country is to think of themselves as linked geographically by certain traits, such as New England self-reliance, southern hospitality, midwestern wholesomeness, western mellowness. This chapter examines American geography, history, and customs through the filters of six main regions:
    • New England , made up of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
    • The Middle Atlantic , comprising New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland.
    • The South , which runs from Virginia south to Florida and west as far as central Texas. This region also includes West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, and parts of Missouri and Oklahoma.
    • The Midwest , a broad collection of states sweeping westward from Ohio to Nebraska and including Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, parts of Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, and eastern Colorado.

    58. Developing Educational Standards - Pennsylvania
    state documents from Delaware, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, pennsylvania, and Texas. standards by subject area (English, history, geography, math, and

    59. Pullman Kids: Geography: U.S.A.: Pennsylvania
    Pullman Kids geography USA pennsylvania contains links for the state of pennsylvania, USA. Pullman Kids geography USA pennsylvania.
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    Pullman Kids: Geography: U.S.A.: Pennsylvania contains links for the state of Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
    Pocono Mountains Native Americans Indians of Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley
    Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site A Guide to Old Covered Bridges of Southeastern Pennsylvania and nearby areas Pennsylvania's Railways
    Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry Pennsylvania Chemical Industry Council Pennsylvania Rail Car Company Pennsylvania Travel Council ... Pennsylvania's Visitors Network
    Philadelphia Flyers Hockey Team Pennsylvania All-Star Basketball Pennsylvania Sports Fever Pennsylvania Wrestling Newsletter
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    60. ReferenceResources:UnitedStates
    Flags of the World View a flag by country or geography; Color flag Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, pennsylvania, Delaware, and
    Reference Resources: United States
    The USA Geography Glossary Geography Glossary Short definitions of key terms in geography. Links provide additional sources of related information
    States of the USA Explore the States Fascinating facts and stories about all the states Fifty States and Capitals Facts about each of the 50 states: capital, flag, nickname, tree, statehood, and MORE Geobop's State and Provincial Symbols Information about each state's symbols; Detailed summary, facts and information about each state and its state symbols; An EXCELLENT research resource Information about each state's symbols, famous people born in that state, plus an almanac for each state; An EXCELLENT research resource Stately Knowledge The basic facts of any state in the Union; Need to know the capital of Alabama? Want to know which hockey teams are in California? How about the size of Montana? All that information is here and MORE United States Resources Links to Genealogical and Historical Resources, General Resources, Archives, Libraries and Special Collections, Local History and Information, Maps and Gazetteers, Military Information and Photographs for

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