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    Pennsylvania Resources and Information

    Pennsylvania was the 2nd state in the US, being admitted on December 12, 1787. It is the 33rd largest state and the sixth most populous. It was named to honor Admiral William Penn and his son, William Penn, Pennsylvania's founder. Although Pennsylvania is known as a mining state, it is also home to 49 Fortune 500 companies. If you are going to move to Pennsylvania, the information on the following websites should be useful for tips and advise about relocating to Pennsylvania.

    The State of Pennsylvania Official Site
    The University of Pennsylvania
    Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
    Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Division
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    Pennsylvania Information

    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).

    Pennsylvania Economy

    Iron Smelting, Made Possible By Abundant Supplies Of Ore And Of Hardwoods For The Furnaces, Became Important In The 18th Cent. In The 19th Cent., After The Bessemer Process Made The Use Of Its Great Bituminous Deposits Economical, Pennsylvania Quickly Emerged As The Nation's Leading Steel Producer, But The Industry Has Since Declined Dramatically. Another Pennsylvania Resource, Anthracite Coal, Found In The Northeast, Long Made The State A Dominant Force In American Railroading. Heavy Industry Has Declined In General, But The State Still Manufactures Metal Products, Transportation Equipment, Foodstuffs, Machinery, Chemicals, And A Wide Variety Of Plastic, Rubber, Stone, Clay, And Glass Products. The Pittsburgh And Philadelphia Metropolitan Areas, Situated At Opposite Ends Of The State And Dominating The Commercial And Industrial Life Of Their Regions, Present Startling Contrasts In Production And Culture. Other Leading Cities Are Allentown, Bethlehem, Erie, Reading, Scranton, And Wilkes-Barre.
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