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Pennsylvania – the Keystone State

   
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Pennsylvania Printables
 

Pennsylvania Printable Blank Map

Pennsylvania Printable Blank Flag

Pennsylvania Printable Fact Sheet

Pennsylvania Printable Scavenger Hunt

Mid-Atlantic States Label me Map 

Great Lakes Label-me Map

Appalachian Range and its Sub Ranges

The Many Names for the Appalachian Mountains

13 Colonies Geography Map

Valley Forge Activity

Gettysburg Landmark Plotting

 
Pennsylvania Online Extras
 
 
Pennsylvania State Bird: Ruffed Grouse
 

Pennsylvania Jigsaw

Pennsylvania Word Search

Pennsylvania Interactive Scavenger Hunt

The Mid-Atlantic States

Pennsylvania State Bird: Ruffed Grouse

 
Top Five Facts
 

1. ) Gettysburg, Pennsylvania was the site of the largest battle ever fought in the western hemisphere. It is considered the main turning point of the American Civil War and occurred between July 1 and July 3, 1863.

2. ) Punxsutawny, in northwestern Pennsylvania, is the site of the nation’s annual Groundhog’s Day celebration.

3. ) Philadelphia, the site of the drafting of the Declaration of Independence, was once the capital of the United States. It is nicknamed the City of Brotherly Love.

4. ) The Ohio River is formed at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers in downtown Pittsburgh. The three rivers together form the "Golden Triangle" at Point State Park in downtown Pittsburgh.

5. ) Johnstown, Pennsylvania was the site of the most deadly flood in American history in 1889. Over 2,200 people were killed when the South Fork Dam collapsed, sending a forty-foot tall wall of water through the city.

 
Pennsylvania in History
 
George Washington Stamp Depicting Him Praying at Valley Forge
 
Iconic image of George Washington Praying at Valley Forge
 

Pennsylvania Colony

Founding of Philadelphia

French and Indian War

Fort Necessity

Fort Duquesne

Declaration of Independence

American Revolution

Valley Forge

Constitutional Convention

Whiskey Rebellion

Union States in the Civil War

American Civil War

Battle of Gettysburg in Depth

 

How does Pennsylvania’s history compare to other states? Click below to try State History Rater

 
State History Racer
 
People of Pennsylvania
 

 

Lenni Lenape Nation

Benjamin Franklin

Betsy Ross

Mad Anthony Wayne

Phillis Wheatley

George McClellan

Mary Cassat

Honus Wagner

Roberto Clemente

Andy Warhol

 
Pennsylvania in Detail
 

Philadelphia

Independence Hall

Pittsburgh

Johnstown Flood

Gettysburg

Ohio River

Great Lakes

Appalachian Mountains

 
Selected Pennsylvania Video – Independence Hall