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Discovering and Moving to Pennsylvania

Moving to Pennsylvania

History, Geography, Homes, and State Resources of Pennsylvania

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At its dedication President Teddy Roosevelt described the State Capitol building in Harrisburg, as the most handsome building I have ever seen, The Declaration of U.S. Independence signing along with the United States Constitution in Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, the state has especially earned the Keystone State nickname. However donít be deceived by defunct railroad yards or closed steel mills with cities such as Allentown, Pittsburgh, and Erie are continuing to produce products that are high in demand, and with revenues from tourism confirming its more than just speculation, those relocating to Pennsylvania will discover it continues to be a solid spot to build their life along with a great place enjoy a genuine Philly cheesesteak!

Relocating to the state will provide you with access to many of the more historically important cities in America, as well as several of the most durable. There is Philadelphia, the financial center; Pittsburgh, with the Heinz Hall and the Andy Warhol Museum; Harrisburg, which is the state capital; ; and Allentown, the fastest growing city in the state. Other places for consideration include Erie,, Reading, the hub for agriculture; Altoona, Scranton, Bethlehem and Lancaster. Once you make a decision on a new town or city to call home, complete an address change form online letting your mail arrive your new place just as quickly as you get settled!

Rich in historic lore, Pennsylvania territory was disputed in the early 1600s among the Dutch, the Swedes, and the English. England acquired the region in 1664 with the capture of New York, and in 1681 Pennsylvania was granted to William Penn, a Quaker, by King Charles II.

Philadelphia was the seat of the federal government almost continuously from 1776 to 1800; there the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776 and the U.S. Constitution drawn up in 1787. Valley Forge, of Revolutionary War fame, and Gettysburg, site of the pivotal battle of the Civil War, are both in Pennsylvania. The Liberty Bell is located in a glass pavilion across from Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

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    Pennsylvania Colleges. The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) is the public university system of the Commonwealth with 14 state schools. The Commonwealth System of Higher Education is an organizing body of 4 state schools in Pennsylvania. These schools are independent institutions that receive state funding. There are also 15 publicly funded two-year community colleges and technical schools separate from the PASSHE system. In addition, there are many private two- and four-year technical schools, colleges and universities.

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    Pennsylvania is home to many major league professional sports teams; the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League, the Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball, the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association, the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League, and the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer. Among them, these teams have accumulated 7 World Series Championships

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    Transportation
    Pennsylvania Airports. There are 139 airports in Pennsylvania that the public can use. The airports in Pennsylvania have world-class standards. The airports in Pennsylvania provide one of the best experiences in flying.

    The international airports in Pennsylvania are Lehigh International Airport at Allentown, Erie International Airport at Erie, Harrisburg International Airport at Harrisburg, Philadelphia International Airport at Philadelphia, Pittsburgh International Airport at Pittsburgh and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport at Wilkes-Barre.

    The Pittsburgh International Airport has been ranked as being amongst the top three airports in the world in terms of its excellent customer oriented services. It receives more than ten million passengers annually. The airport has many retail stores selling various goods. There are also numerous eateries, news and gifts shops, ATMs and foreign currency exchange. The airport is also disabled-friendly. To make traveling from one concourse to another easy, the airport has a train facility too. Some of the airlines serving at this airport are Northwest Airlines, Midwest Airlines, Air Canada, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airlines, Continental Airlines, United Airlines, Air Tran Airways and USA 3000.

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