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    Scranton is a city in Pennsylvania. It is the county seat of Lackawanna County. The city had a population of 76,415 people in 2000. History. Scranton was first settled in 1776 by Lenape Indians. Over time, settlers from New England began to move to Scranton. They built mills and other small businesses.

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    Scranton is a city located in Northeastern Pennsylvania, USA, and the county seat of Lackawanna County Wikimedia Commons has media related to Scranton, Pennsylvania.

  3. Scranton, Pennsylvanie - Wikipedia

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    This airticle is aboot the Pennsylvanie ceety. For ither uisses, see Scranton (disambiguation). Scranton is the saxt-lairgest ceety in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ahint Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie an Reading. It is the coonty seat o Lackawanna Coonty in Northeastren Pennsylvanie 's Wyoming Valley an hosts a federal court biggin.

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    Pages in category "Scranton, Pennsylvania" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.

  6. Scranton (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

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    George W. Scranton (1811–1861), American iron tycoon and U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania. Jim Scranton (born 1960), American former professional baseball player. Joseph A. Scranton (1838–1908), U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania. Mary Scranton (1918–2015), former First Lady of Pennsylvania.

  7. Scranton general strike - Wikipedia

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    The Scranton general strike was a widespread work stoppage in 1877 by workers in Scranton, Pennsylvania, which took place as part of the Great Railroad Strike, and was the last in a number of violent outbreaks across Pennsylvania.

  8. Category:Writers from Scranton, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Writers from Scranton, Pennsylvania" The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  9. Category:Musicians from Scranton, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Musicians from Scranton, Pennsylvania" The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  10. Scranton (Pennsylvania) - Wikipedia

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    Pennsylvania dobrovoljačka primila je čak 200 dobrovoljaca u prvom talasu. Mnogi su preživjeli rat i samo neki su se vratili kućama, dok ih je 30 posto napustilo Scranton. Rat je učinio to da je dosta populacije emigriralo u druge krajeve.