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Uniontown, Pennsylvania is in southwestern Pennsylvania. It is the County Seat of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. If starting from Washington, PA, you can travel old Route 40 East, e.g. The National Road, and be in Uniontown within an hour.
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What is Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania is a state in the United State It is bordered by New York, New Jersey, Ohio, West Virginia and Delaware.

Why was Pennsylvania named Pennsylvania?

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, Willia ( Full Answer )

What is the nickname for Pennsylvania?

Founded by William Penn, it was orginally known as "Penn's Woods"or "Penn's Forest". Now, the official nickname isThe KeystoneState. It is also known as The Quaker State.

How large is Pennsylvania?

The total area of Pennsylvania is 45,308 sq mi (117,348 sq km), of which land occupies 44,888 sq mi (116,260 sq km) and inland water 420 sq mi (1,088 sq km). The state extends 307 mi (494 km) E-W and 169 mi (272 km) N-S. Pennsylvania is rectangular in shape, except for an irregular side on the E and ( Full Answer )

How old is Pennsylvania?

It was founded by William Penn, and became apart of the United States in December 12 1787. It was the 2nd oldest state in the US

What is unique about Pennsylvania?

There are several unique facts about Pennsylvania. One unique factis the very first computer was used in Pennsylvania.

What is a city in Pennsylvania?

There are 1,290 cities located in the state of Pennsylvania. Thelargest is Philadelphia with a population of about 1,526,000people. It covers an area of 141 square miles.

When was Pennsylvania established?

In 1682. The Charter was signed in 1681 however William Penn was still getting things organized a year later in London.

What is Pennsylvania known for?

It is known for being founded by William penn one of king James II friends. Pennsylvania quite famous for its steel industry. But now-a-days the industry itself is on declining course. The phenomenon is applied not only to the steel industry but manufacturing industry as a whole.Anthracite coal, ( Full Answer )

3 current NFL players that played their high school football in western Pennsylvania?

According to Western PA Football's website that has information on high school football there is a list of players drafted in 2009. There are three players played for Pitt (College I know). LeSean McCoy, Scott McKillop, and LaRod Stephens-Howling. [1] Among those 2009 draft picks... Pat McAfe ( Full Answer )

What broke out in 1792 when farmers attacked tax collectors in western Pennsylvania?

The Whiskey Rebellion broke out in 1792 when farmers attacked taxcollectors in western Pennsylvania. Farmers who used their leftovergrain and corn in the form of whiskey as a medium of exchange wereforced to pay a new tax. Throughout counties in WesternPennsylvania, protesters used violence and inti ( Full Answer )

What caused farmers in western Pennsylvania to revolt during the whiskey rebellion?

Simple. The chief crop was corn. It was difficult to transportanything by wagon over the Indian footpaths along mountain ridges.It was cheapest to make whiskey from corn and more profitable totransport it over the mountains to the east. Whiskey stills wereprominent businesses, just as important as t ( Full Answer )

How was Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania was named after the Quaker William Penn. Penn(William Penn ) sylvania(land) Pennsylvania= Penn's land

Why is pennsylvania named Pennsylvania?

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,.

Is soft coal found predominately in western Pennsylvania?

Yes, bituminous coal is soft coal which burns hot and was suitablefor coal furnaces in homes and factories. Bituminous coal is foundin the geological Pittsburgh Coal Field, which extends across manystates, like Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, andIndiana. Anthracite coal is harder coal. ( Full Answer )

Where is Pennsylvania?

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.

Do porcupines live in western Pennsylvania?

yes. I saw a dead one on traveling east on route 130 coming into Jeannette, Pa on October 7, 2012. I saw a live one about four years ago in Emlenton, Pa just north of I-80. During the Spring of 2012 I saw at least ten dead ones along the side of the road in the Allegheny National Forest. I asked my ( Full Answer )

What is an attraction for Pennsylvania?

Well, I lived in Pennsylvania and absolutely hated it, but before we left we went to Gettysburg. I'm a girl, so I'm not the first person to jump at the chance to go to a battle field, but I really enjoyed it. You can get a personal tour guide who is in your car and shows you all of the key points. T ( Full Answer )

Who is the governor of Pennsylvania?

Thomas "Tom" Corbett (R) is the 46th governor of the state of Pennsylvania, elected in 2010 and serving a 4-year term from January, 2011 to January, 2015. Tom Corbet

When and how did Pennsylvania get its independence?

Pennsylvania was one of the original 13 Colonies. It did not seeknor need to gain its own independence. The Revolutionary War gaveall of the United States its independence from Great Britan.

What is Pennsylvania language?

I think you may be referring to "Pennsylvania Dutch" dialect, which derives from the Swiss and German immigrants who settled in Pennsylvania during the 17th-18th centuries. See the related Wikipedia link listed below:

Why did they choose Pennsylvania?

First, freedom from religious persecution. Second, eastern PA hadrich farmlands and was close to New York, New Jersey, Delaware, andMaryland ocean ports.

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 ofwhopper stories about fish caught (or that got away). It has veryfew places that are flat---but it has unending rolling hills andmountains. It also has no deserts--but ple ( Full Answer )

Why is Pennsylvania known for Pennsylvania German?

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 ( Full Answer )

Can you buy a hedgehog in western Pennsylvania?

As stated above, owning hedgehogs in PA is illegal, and if caught, the hedgie will be destroyed. No vet can treat it. No local stores will carry supplies for it. All it would take is one pissed off friend telling someone you had it and your hedgie would be gone. It's not worth the risk to the animal ( Full Answer )

Are pileated woodpeckers native to Western Pennsylvania?

Yes, they are! This very large North American woodpecker thrivesamidst the deciduous forests of eastern North America, the Greatlakes, the boreal forests of Canada, and parts of the PacificCoast.