Pennsylvania

Located in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.


Pennsylvania USA Location

Total Population: 12,7 Million Residents

Capital City: Harrisburg

Largest Cities:
Philadelphia: 1,526,006
Pittsburgh: 305,704
Allentown: 118,032



Some Famous People From Pennsylvania


James Buchanan - The 15th President Of The United States. Born In The Village Cove Gap

Joe Biden - Politician From Scranton

Bill Cosby - Comedian, Actor, Author, Producer, Musician And Activist From Philadelphia

Richard Gere - Actor From Philadelphia

Will Smith - Actor From Philadelphia

Gene Kelly - Dancer, Actor, Singer, Film Director, Producer, And Choreographer From Pittsburgh

Bette Ford - Actress And Model From McKeesport

Michael Brecker - 15 Grammy Award-Winning Jazz Saxophonist And Composer From Cheltenham

Charles Bronson - Actor From Ehrenfeld

Kevin Bacon - Actor From Philadelphia

Charles Grodin - Actor, Comedian, And Author From Pittsburgh

Jeff Goldblum - Actor From West Homestead

Michael Keaton - Actor From Coraopolis

Grace Kelly - Actress And The Princess of Monaco. Born In Philadelphia

George Benson - 10 Grammy Award-Winning Jazz Musician From Pittsburgh

Kevin Eubanks - Jazz Guitarist, Composer And The Leader Of The Tonight Show Band (Jay Leno). Born In Philadelphia

Stan Getz - Jazz Saxophonist From Philadelphia

Keith Jarrett - Pianist And Composer From Allentown



Recommended Places To See In Pennsylvania

Carnegie Science Center - Pittsburgh

Independence National Historic Park - Philadelphia

Fonthill Castle and the Moravian Tile Works - Doylestown

Lackawanna Coal Mine and Anthracite Heritage Museum - Scranton

The Johnstown Flood Museum - Johnstown



History Of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is one of the original 13 colonies. Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn. The capital Philidelphia was the site of the first and second Continental Congresses in 1774 and 1775, the latter of which produced the Declaration of Independence, sparking the American Revolution. After the war, Pennsylvania became the second state, after Delaware, to ratify the U.S. Constitution. In the American Civil War, Pennsylvania was the site of the Battle of Gettysburg. Tourists are drawn to Pennsylvania by its monuments to America's revolutionary history, including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.





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