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    City today, most of them would refer to Pennsylvania Station as the underground, dim lighted, dark and dirty train terminal as it appears today. The station is situated beneath the huge and rather ugly, Madison Square Garden. To millennials, Pennsylvania station is just any regular train station. It's the train station that takes you in and out of New York City. But low and behold to many, Pennsylvania Station used to be a grand train terminal. The station “did not make you feel comfortable; it made

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    John M. Johansen’s Mummers Theater has been sentenced to be demolished, the building of the Pennsylvania Station of New York will serve to be an appropriate replacement with the new use of being a library. The building’s Roman features combined with the steel and glass symbolize strength and visual beauty that will replace the Mummer’s Theater that is falling apart today. Rebuilding the Pennsylvania Station would bring people from around the country to see such a historical and structurally sound

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    decline of cities cannot be narrowed down to one factor, but we can find the main influences. Decline is the combination of many different economic and social factors that can transform a once vibrant metropolis into a desolate dangerous wasteland. Pennsylvania was where this country began, the place where the founding fathers wrote the Declaration of Independence and years later the Constitution. Pennsylvania’s biggest cities are Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Once thriving cities they now both face a

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    State Parks

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    and accessibility are provided for visitors with disabilities. Pennsylvania state parks even offer programs and activities for educators. The variety of workshops can provide educators with resources or materials to use in their classrooms and even fulfill Act 48 credits or hours. Classroom visits to educate on environmental sciences and resources can also be arranged; most being hands on, outdoor educating. A lot of Pennsylvania state parks offer organizations and different kinds of groups for

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    extended from Maine to Nebraska but was most concentrated in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indian, New York, and The New England States. More of the more specific spots were Detroit, Michigan, Erie, Pennsylvania, Buffalo and New York. The slaves and the people who housed the slaves spoke in a disguised language that was used words like "freight, lines, stations and conductors". Freight meant freed slaves, lines were routes, stopping places were stations and the people who helped the slaves along the way were the

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    in any order. That makes them more interesting. That makes it easier to divide them into events. Those events make up the news, sports, industrial announce-ments, and political reports of the time. Warren Harding walked a couple of miles down Pennsylvania Avenue on the day he was sworn into office. He appointed the Republican Senator Albert Fall from New Mexico to the Department of The Interior. Secretary Fall became one of the major scandal makers in U. S. History. The Teapot Dome affair (named

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    terrorism that had struck New York City, Washington, D.C and Pennsylvania on that ill-fated and now infamous morning. Suddenly, in a crowded room everyone felt alone. As the Twin Towers vanished before our very eyes, so did our sense of security and protection. We watched with shock and horror, disbelief and grief as the images were repeatedly flashed before our eyes. There was no escape. Every television channel and every radio station constantly reminded us of the tragedy that we will never forget

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    in the paper for a small fee. [An advertisement for advertising…] Twenty-five years later, Benjamin Franklin began publishing the Pennsylvania Gazette. Franklin was the first to add small attention-grabbing pictures to the ads in his paper, making it easy for the readers to see what was being advertised: a boat, a new pair of shoes, or, later, Franklin’s Pennsylvania Fireplace. "By 1830 nearly a thousand newspapers were being published in cities a... ... middle of paper ... ...y website and

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    Andrew C

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    bobbin boy in a local cotton mill. At fifteen, Carnegie delivered telegrams for the Western Union. This job paid twenty-five dollars a month, which was considered a phenomenal amount of money at this time. At age 17, Carnegie had a job with the Pennsylvania Railroad. This job involved sending and receiving telegrams to benefit each train’s safety; he was now earning thirty-five dollars a month. In the 1850’s the major form of transportation used was the railroad. People would take the train for traveling

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    Survival of the Thinnest

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    physical bodies. Students are dropping their books in the hopes of dropping something else- pounds. To be a part of the “In Crowd” they have to look the part right? In a study done by Denise Sloan, female college student participants from Florida and Pennsylvania completed a series of eating disorder questionnaires. Then the researchers measured and compared the girls’ body masses. The results? Brace yourselves folks, because what we are about to reveal is striking. Girls in warmer climates are at more

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