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Nature and Agriculture of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is the 2nd U.S. state that joined the union on December 12, 1787. This state is known for being the first American state that abolished the slavery and restrictions on religion. It is an amazingly beautiful state with an incredible landscape. The mountains and valleys attract not only tourists who are tired of big […]

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An Exceptional Bird Who Lives in Pennsylvania

In the forests of Pennsylvania, biologists have managed to catch an incredibly rare bird that is genetically half-male, half-female, showcasing the visual characteristics of both genders. The Big Day Researchers at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History caught a unique bird on September 24th in the Powder Mill Wildlife Sanctuary in Pennsylvania. The unusual bird […]

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The Historical Covered Bridges of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania, the state known for its historic covered bridges, is home to more than 200 beautiful covered bridges. These bridges are scattered all around the different counties of the state. More than half of the counties have at least one covered Bridge. The journey to explore all the covered bridges can take you to the […]

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The Wonders and Fascination Behind Glass Blowing in Butler County

If you say that the Glass Blowing Center in Pennsylvania is somewhere that has no trace of civilization, you wouldn’t be giving the centre the right amount of credit. The centre is in a place that is more remote than any other place in Pennsylvania other than the state parks. Going all the way to […]

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Bird Watcher’s Guide to Butler County

If you’re new to being a bird watcher or are already experienced in it, you’ll find a lot of different kinds of birds all over Butler County. So this article will tell you how you can experience a lot of birds from various areas of the county. There are only a few places that are […]

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The Slippery Rock Adventure in Butler County

The township of Slippery Rock is a small, homey town with a population of about 6,000 people. It is located in Butler County, Pennsylvania if you take route 108 via the I-79. Entering the town, you would be greeted by a pair of natural rock waterfalls that flanks the town’s welcoming sign. Visitors can choose […]

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Honouring the Famous Washington Trail of Butler County

There are many trails to choose from if you want to trace the footsteps of history, but only a few take you on a journey which bears such significance for the history of the United States.  The Washington Trail 1753 commemorates the first diplomatic and military mission the founding father undertook in his career. He […]

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Things to Do in The Summer in Pennsylvania

There is not a place in the world that doesn’t look forward to the summer sun. There is something about the blistering heat and the days at the beach that lures people in. Not only does days at the beach sound infinitely pleasing, a holiday during summer sounds more relaxing and energetic. Pennsylvania is a […]

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Native American Tribes of Pennsylvania And Their History

Even before William Penn, a famous English Quaker, and his fellow colonizers first set foot on the land known today as Pennsylvania, the area was already significantly populated by diverse tribes and their diverse culture. The life of the native American tribes before their contact with Europeans greatly resembled that of the Stone Age, with […]

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The Most Significant Historical Events In Pennsylvania – Part 2

A fascinating state that is a favorite of history lovers, Pennsylvania continued to be an important location for national and world events after the dawn of the 20th century. For part two of this series, here are the most historically significant events to happen in Pennsylvania after the 1800s. Polio vaccine The very first administering […]

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