1. Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Pennsylvania (/pn slv e n i/ ( listen); PEN-sil-VAY-nee-uh;Pennsylvania German: Pennsylvaani or Pennsilfaani), officially the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is a state located in the northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.

  2. African Americans and Civil Rights in Pennsylvania |

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    African American and Civil Rights in Pennsylvania ... Out of the population arose Black men and women ... Since the office of Secretary of the Commonwealth was ...

  3. The End of Black Voting Rights in Pennsylvania: African ...

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    The End of Black Voting Rights in Pennsylvania: African Americans and the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention of 1837 ... Commonwealth hasten the trend toward ...

  4. Black Moshannon State Park - Wikipedia

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    Black Moshannon State Park is a 3,481-acre ... the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania bought thousands of acres of ... was a work relief program for young men from ...

  5. PA.GOV | The Official Website for the Commonwealth of ...

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    The official website of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Find information and services from Pennsylvania state government agencies.

  6. History of Black Moshannon State Park - Pennsylvania

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    History of Black Moshannon State Park ... The rugged people of the area helped meet the nations growing ... the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania bought thousands of ...

  7. COMMONWEALTH v. WILLIAMS | FindLaw

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    Superior Court of Pennsylvania. COMMONWEALTH of ... that he went back inside the bar after the black men chased the white male ... SUV to meet Appellant. N.T ...

  8. History | Lincoln University

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    Originally established as The Ashmun Institute, Lincoln University received its charter from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on April 29, 1854, making it the nation's first degree-granting Historically Black College and University (HBCU).

  9. Pennsylvania Mold Management Task Force Report

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    Pennsylvania Mold Management Task Force ... private buildings throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania . ... intended to meet over a finite period of ...

  10. Pennsylvania in the American Civil War - Wikipedia

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    Pennsylvania in the American Civil ... the commonwealth of Pennsylvania played a ... as a tribute to those men who fought there. Pennsylvania also took steps ...