What does Pennsylvania not have?
Pennsylvania does not have ocean front properties or an ocean view. Thus, you cannot find a whale in PA---but you'd hear plenty of whopper stories about fish caught (or that got away). It has very few places that are flat---but it has unending rolling hills and mountains. It also has no deserts--but plenty of desserts! It doesn't have silver mines--but plenty of bituminous and anthracite coal. It doesn't have any large Hollywood type movie studio--but many movies have been filmed in Pennsylvania!
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Pennsylvania is a state in the United State It is bordered by New York, New Jersey, Ohio, West Virginia and Delaware.
a Quaker named William Penn came to America to have his own religion. he got the land because the king had owned William's dead fathers money, so instead of giving William his… fathers money he gave him the land in America. since Williams thought that the land was going to filled with forests, William decided to name the state "Sylvania" which means forests in Latin. but the king said that his last name should be in the states name so to this day the state is called "Pennsylvania"
William Penn and "Penn's Woods" or "Penn's Woodland".. "Sylvania" translates to "Of the forest".
It was named after its founder, William Penn - "Penn's woods."
Pennsylvania was named after the Quaker William Penn. Penn(William Penn ) sylvania(land) Pennsylvania= Penn's land
Pennsylvainia is named pennsylvania because William Penn got a charter from king charles and he wanted to name it "Sylvania" meaning "woods" . Then he put his last name in the… front and it turned out Pennsylvania. Meaning Penn's Woods,.
Pennsylvania is important because it is a swing state
pennsylvania is a good looking place \n.
No, They are 2 different states.
No. Pennsylvania is not in a geologically active area.
Mountain laurel is the state flower
I'm not sure what you are asking but I will offer this information. Eastern Pennsylvania is mostly farmlands in rural areas, or small,medium, and large cities. Cutting diagon…ally across the state from northeast Pennsylvania(but beginning in Maine) through southwest Pennsylvania are theAppalachian Mountains. This is an old mountain range, older thanthe Rocky Mountains. The Appalachian Mountains were formed when theSuper Continent ripped apart. As part of the Appalachian Mountainsin Pennsylvania is the Allegheny Mountain range. At thesouthern-central border of Pennsylvania the Blue Ridge Mountains(part of the Appalachians) go through part of Maryland andVirginia. The Appalachian Mountain range extends far into thesouthern states, ending just north of the city of Atlanta, Georgia. So, the central part of PA (most of it) are mountainous. Thesemountains created a huge barrier to westward movement duringcolonial days. Migration did not occur until the mid to late 1700s.Obviously, there are deep valleys near the mountains. The valleysare lush, perfect for agriculture/farming. Western Pennsylvania (north and south) are rolling hills and someflatter lands (but not nearly as flat as Ohio to the west). SW PAhas some steep hills that pedestrians walk in cities, but it isstrenuous walking. All of the State of Pennsylvania has creeks, streams, rivers,lakes, and manmade dams. These provide plentiful fishing andirrigation of crops. The State has warm to hot/humid weather insummers; ice, snow, and cold temps in winters. Pennsylvania is a beautiful Statte with thick forests, plentifulgame/fish, scenic views, and adequate employment opportunities incities.
In the northeastern and Middle Atlantic region of the UnitedStates. It is one of the United States adjacent to New Jersey, New York,Ohio, West Virginia, and Maryland.
William Penn founded Pennsylvania and named it that in honor of his late dad.
A lot of Germans settled in Pennsylvania. They are called The Deutsch (pronounced do-ich'). People started saying Dutch instead of do-ich'. it was a more English way of saying… Deutsch. The Pennsylvania Dutch are German, not Holland Dutch. Germany had the deutsche mark for their currency before the Euro's.
Uniontown, Pennsylvania is in southwestern Pennsylvania. It is theCounty Seat of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. If starting fromWashington, PA, you can travel old Route 40 East…, e.g. The NationalRoad, and be in Uniontown within an hour.
Where is the Pennsylvania Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia Pennsylvania located?
The address of the Pennsylvania Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania is: , Philadelphia, PA 19104-2800