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  1. Geography of Pennsylvania - World Atlas

    Pine Creek Gorge - often called the "Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania" - is 50 miles in length, and over 1,000 ft deep in places. Blue Mountain is a 150 mile long ridge that forms part of the the eastern edge of the Appalachian mountain range. Pennsylvania is home to more deep and useful rivers than any other U.S. State.

  2. A Map Of The State Of Pennsylvania. - David Rumsey Historical ...

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  3. Category:Mountain ranges of Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

    Pages in category "Mountain ranges of Pennsylvania" The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  4. Common Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases in Pennsylvania

    Diseases: American dog ticks are main vector of the pathogens that cause Rocky Mountain spotted fever in Pennsylvania, which is less common than Lyme disease but a potentially more serious illness. They have also been known to transmit tularemia and to cause canine tick paralysis.

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  6. Pennsylvania State Map | USA | Maps of Pennsylvania (PA)

    Map of Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey and Delaware. 682x483 / 161 Kb Go to Map. Map of New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 1049x1076 / 481 kb Go to Map.

  7. Pennsylvania Pictures and Facts

    Pennsylvania MC Carlton the ruffed grouse flies with Barry the bald eagle around the historic state of Pennsylvania. Its biggest city of Philadelphia was once the capital of the United States. The two birds fly to the Alleghenies, the Appalachians, and the Poconos—all mountain ranges in a state that's full of history and natural wonders.

  8. First Settlers of the Shenandoah Valley

    The Shenandoah Valley stretches 200 miles between two mountain ranges-- The Blue Ridge Mountains to the East and The Allegheny Mountains (part of the Appalachian Mountain Range) to the West--as well as the Potomac River to the North and the James River to the South.

  9. Debunking the Pennsylvania Game Commission

    In October 2007 the spokesman for the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC), Jerry Feaser, was quoted by various newspapers regarding the Jacobs photos. He said the strange looking animal in the Jacobs photos is "definitely" a "skinny mangy bear."

  10. Pennsylvania PA - Abandoned Rails - Map

    Browse maps, pictures and histories of abandoned railroad lines in the state of Pennsylvania.