Born and raised in West Chester, PA. Now living in Pottstown, PA
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is a state located in the Middle Atlantic region of the United States of America.
One of Pennsylvania's nicknames is the Quaker State; in colonial times, it was known officially as the Quaker Province, in recognition of Quaker William Penn's First Frame of Government constitution for Pennsylvania that guaranteed liberty of conscience. Penn knew of the hostility Quakers faced when they opposed rituals, oaths, violence, and ostentatious frippery.
Pennsylvania has also been known as the Keystone State since 1802, based in part upon its central location among the original Thirteen Colonies forming the United States. It was also a keystone state economically, having both the industry common to the North, making such wares as Conestoga wagons and rifles, and the agriculture common to the South, producing feed, fiber, food, and tobacco.
Pennsylvania has 51 miles (82 km) of coastline along Lake Erie and 57 miles (92 km) of shoreline along the Delaware Estuary. Philadelphia is Pennsylvania's largest city and is home to a major seaport and shipyards on the Delaware River.
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Pennsylvania Towns, Cities and Places
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The earliest history of Boyertown is to be found in 1720, when John Salter became part owner of the Powell purchase. Other early settlers included Jonathan Rhoads, Henry Baer, the Shaner family, the Henry Boyers and the Schaeffers.
One of the oldest known settlers was Henry Stauffer, who was born several miles from Boyertown in 1725 and came to Colebrookdale, as Boyertown was known in those days.
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Philadelphia (pronounced /ˌfɪləˈdɛlfiə/) is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the sixth most populous city in the United States. It is the fifth largest metropolitan area by population in the United States, and the nation's fourth largest consumer media market as ranked by the Nielsen Media Research. It is the county seat of Philadelphia County, with which it is coterminous. Its name literally means "the City of Brotherly Love" (from Greek: Φιλαδέλφεια, [pʰi.la.ˈdel.pʰeː.a], Modern Greek: [fi.la'ðɛl.fi.a], "brotherly love" from philos "love" and adelphos "brother"). The city is recognized as a strong candidate global city.
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Pottstown is a borough in Montgomery County, 40 miles (64 km) northwest of Philadelphia, on the Schuylkill River. Pottstown was laid out in 1752-53 and named Pottsgrove in honor of its founder, John Potts. The old name was abandoned at the time of the incorporation as a borough in 1815. In 1888, the limits of the borough were considerably extended. Pottstown is the center of a productive farming and dairying region.
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The area was originally known as Turk's Head - after the Inn of the same name located in what is now the center of the borough.
West Chester has been the seat of government in Chester County since 1786. West Chester was settled in the early 18th century, principally by members of the Society of Friends. In the heart of town is its courthouse, a classical revival building designed in the 1840s by Thomas U. Walter, one of the architects for the Capitol in Washington, DC. West Chester is part of the rapidly growing suburban complex surrounding Philadelphia.
(from their site) - Abominable Productions is the fusion of an innovative videographer and a passionate dancer-choreographer. Together they specialize in exceptional videos that showcase the true art of dance.
We (1) are, am a small independent publishing company catering to the needs of musicians, guitar players and ukulele players worldwide with the resources and information needed to develop as a musician. Curt Sheller Publications was created by Curt Sheller (me) in 1995 and has been on the web since. Curt Sheller has over 40 years of playing experience, 20 plus years of teaching experience.
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( from listing's site ) - For nearly seventy years Jimmy John's has been one of America's favorite roadside stops. Our friendly atmosphere and service provide customers with an experience like no other. We pride ourselves in delivering great food in a fast manner and always with great service. We have been featured on The Food Network's Best Of: Roadside Stands. Additionally we have recieved rave reviews from critics and hot dog lovers alike.
(from WidipediA) Pat's King of Steaks was founded by Pat and Harry Olivieri in 1930. The brothers are generally credited as the 1933 co-creators of the Philly Cheesesteak.
Punxsutawney Zoo Live Groundhog Cams
(from groundhog.visitpa.com ) - When he's not busy forecasting, Punxsutawney Phil and his family reside at the Groundhog Zoo, located in the Punxsutawney Memorial Library. Watch Phil and the other groundhogs as they play, eat, and do what groundhogs do best - sleep!
(from listing's site ) Punxsutawney is located about 20 miles south of Interstate 80 in Western Pennsylvania. We are approximately 80 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, and 150 miles southeast of Erie. Below are driving directions from some popular locations.
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( from their site ) - 1370 WPAZ Gold has been the news and information leader for the Tri-County area (Berks, Montgomery, Chester) for more than 50 years. 1370 WPAZ continues to keep the Tri-County area updated on breaking news, community issues, local events, and offers entertainment throughout the day.