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  1. Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Pennsylvania (/ ˌ p ɛ n s əl ˈ v eɪ n i ə / PEN-səl-VAY-nee-ə), officially the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is a state located in the Northeastern, Great Lakes, Appalachian, and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.

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      The Delaware Valley is the valley through which the Delaware...

  2. History of Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    The Republican lock on Pennsylvania was permanently broken in the era after World War II, and Pennsylvania became a somewhat less powerful state in terms of electoral votes and number of House seats. Pennsylvania adopted its fifth and current constitution in 1968; the new constitution established a unified judicial system and allows governors and the other statewide elected officials to serve two consecutive terms. [53]

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  4. Pennsylvania was one of the 13 colonies that fought Great Britain in the American Revolution. The United States Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia. Benjamin Franklin, an important figure in the Revolution, was also from Philadelphia. Pennsylvania was the second state to join the United States.

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  5. List of cities in Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    There are 57 cities in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania cities may theoretically be first-class, second-class, second-class A, or third-class (of which there are 54), according to population and adoption of certain ordinances.

  6. Feasterville, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Feasterville is a census-designated place located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. The community was part of Feasterville-Trevose, which was split into two separate CDPs, the other being Trevose. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,074. Feasterville has grown by 2.02% since 2006.

  7. Philadelphia - Wikipedia

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    Pennsylvania's longest-serving Senator, Arlen Specter, was an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania who opened his first law practice in Philadelphia. Specter served as a Republican from 1981 and as a Democrat from 2009, losing that party's primary in 2010 and leaving office in January 2011.

  8. York, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    York (Pennsylvania German: Yarrick), known as the White Rose City (after the symbol of the House of York), is the county seat of York County, Pennsylvania, United States, located in the south-central region of the state.

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  9. Pennsylvania Turnpike - Wikipedia

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    Pennsylvania Turnpike Pennsylvania Turnpike mainline highlighted in green Route information Maintained by PTC Length 360.09 mi (579.51 km) Existed October 1, 1940 –present History Completed on May 23, 1956 Component highways I-76 from the Ohio state line to Valley Forge I-70 from New Stanton to Breezewood I-276 from Valley Forge to Bristol Township I-95 from Bristol Township to the New ...

  10. Centralia, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Centralia is a borough and near-ghost town in Columbia County, Pennsylvania, United States.Its population has dwindled from more than 1,000 residents in 1980 to 63 by 1990, to only five in 2017 —a result of the coal mine fire which has been burning beneath the borough since 1962.

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