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Pennsylvania is a state of the United States, which together with New York and New Jersey form the so-called Mid - Atlantic States. It borders Ohio in the west, Lake Erie and the Canadian state of Ontario in the northwest, New York state in the north, New Jersey in the east, Delaware in the southeast, Maryland in the south and West Virginia in the southwest.

Pennsylvania has a total area of ​​approximately 119,280 square miles, and is the fifth most populous state in the United States with 12,805,537 inhabitants (US Census, 2017). Pennsylvania became the second state in the union on December 12, 1787. The capital is Harrisburg, while Philadelphia is the largest city.

Nature

The Appalachians pass through the state from northwest to southeast and reach Mount Davis at 979 meters above sea level. The western and northern part is a plateau country, strongly cut by river valleys. Farthest southeast reaches Pennsylvania into the coastal plain, and along Lake Erie is a narrow plain. The eastern part is drained by the Delaware and Susquehanna rivers, the western part of Monongahela and Allegheny, which at Pittsburgh flows into Ohio.

Philadelphia has an average temperature of 25 C in July, 0 C in January and 1280 millimeters of precipitation, Pittsburgh of 23 C, -2 C and 1067 millimeters respectively. The original vegetation was deciduous, and about half of the acreage is still wooded, while 25 percent is agricultural land.

Population

Of the population, 76.5 percent are considered white, 11.9 percent black and 7.3 percent Hispanic (Hispanic or Latino). About 77 percent of the population lives in cities. The largest cities are Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. There are universities in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Bethlehem and Scranton. About half of church members are Protestants, 29 percent are Roman Catholic, while about 2 percent belong to Jewish congregations.

Pennsylvania sends two senators and 18 representatives to Congress in Washington.

Business

In 2005, employment was divided by 22.5 per cent in health and service, 20 per cent in commerce, transport and supplies, 13 per cent public sector, 12 per cent industry, 9 per cent tourist and hotel, 6 per cent finance and 4.5 per cent in construction and construction.

Agriculture plays an important role, with meat and dairy products as the most important agricultural products. Other products include fruits, vegetables, wheat, corn, oats and potatoes, as well as apples and tobacco in the Southeast. There is also considerable production of mushrooms.

Mineral production was very important and formed the basis for Pennsylvania's industrial growth. During the peak year 1917, 178 million tonnes of coal and 100 million tonnes of anthracite were mined (largest anthracite field in the United States). Failing markets have led to a decline in production and relocation. Pennsylvania is perhaps the most typical "Rust Belt State". US petroleum production started in Pennsylvania in 1859, but is now quite small. The Hills allowed Pittsburgh to develop into the United States' largest iron and steel center, a position that the downtown area still holds in competition with the Chicago area.

Philadelphia is the nation's second largest port and has a rich variety of industries. The favorable location near the major East Coast markets promotes industrial growth, and only the state of New York surpasses it in production. In addition to the primary metal industry, the mechanical, textile and clothing industries are important branches. Pennsylvania is known for its many insurance companies and banks, as well as a large publishing industry.

History

The first colonization of Pennsylvania originated in New Sweden. The English King Charles 2 gave in 1681 a tract of land, encompassing most of Pennsylvania, to the breeder William Penn, after which the state is named; Penn's forests, from Latin silva, 'forest'.

The community was based on religious tolerance, among other things, and Pennsylvania attracted many British, Irish, German and French Huguenots. Philadelphia became the largest city in the North American colonies.

In 1852, Ole Bull attempted to found a Norwegian colony, Oleana, in Pennsylvania. The French forts in Western Pennsylvania were conquered in the period 1754–1763, and Pittsburgh was founded where Fort Duquesne had been. Many of the battles of the Revolutionary War were fought in Pennsylvania. During the American Civil War played Pennsylvania an active role, and a decisive battle, at Gettysburg, was fought here. The development of coal and steel production in the 19th century was at times followed by fierce labor struggles.

Pennsylvania holds a strong position in the history of the United States, with Philadelphia as the Union's birthplace and the nation's first capital (official capital 1783–1789, temporary capital 1790–1800). The state's name in American daily speech, The Keystone State, the state of the state of stone, points to Pennsylvania's central position among the 13 states that founded the union in 1776.

123 Pennsylvania Home Loans - 123 Lending Network
Pennsylvania-based lenders offer loans for home improvement, debt consolidation, home equity, refinancing, and second mortgages. Read about various types of mortgages.
http://www.123-Pennsylvania-Home-Loans.com/

Allstate Financial
Check out the current rates or use the "Rate Watch" function to track a specific interest rate. Download mortgage forms and apply for a loan.
http://www.allstatemtglender.com/

Ameriquest Mortgage Company - Pennsylvania Branches
Find a local office of this national lending company that offers home equity loans to people with credit problems.
http://r.lksm.com/go/t=34:9891|60607417;g=z/http://www.ameri

Arlington Capital Mortgage Corp.
Shop around for the best available rates. Describes the history of the company, mortgage options currently available, and how to apply.
http://www.arsdata.com/arlington/

Cardinal Mortgage Company
Shop around for the best available rates. Describes the history of the company, mortgage options currently available, and how to apply.
http://www.cardinalfinancial.com/

CF Services
See what mortgage rates are being offered in your state. Make further inquiries online, and get pre-approval online in most cases.
http://www.cfservices.com/

EWmortgage.com
East West Mortgage serves the home loan needs of residents in Texas, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and California.
http://www.ewmortgage.com/

Mortgages First
Check interest rates and prequalify for a residential or commercial loan or refinancing. Submit a secure application.
http://www.mortgagesfirst.com/

NorthEastern Financial Services Group
Mortgage broker licensed in Penn. and N.Y. specializes in mortgages for self-employed borrowers, real estate investors and home buyers.
http://www.nefsg.com/

Pennsylvania - American Loan Search
Testimonials, calculators, credit repair tips, and other services are provided by this mortgage and home loan finder. View lender listings for the state of Pennsylvania.
http://r.lksm.com/go/t=34:10172|100067847;g=z/http://www.ame

Pennsylvania - Loan Links
Look for lenders that offer home loans and mortgages and get several quotes at once. Includes information about credit and loan rates.
http://r.lksm.com/go/t=34:10172|100066739;g=z/http://www.loa

Pennsylvania - Planet Loan
Fill out a rate comparison survey or get mortgage quotes from several lenders. Offers listings for Pennsylvania lenders offering home purchasing and refinancing services.
http://r.lksm.com/go/t=34:10172|100066555;g=z/http://www.pla

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency
Connect to mortgage lenders, rental information, and financing resources to investigate affordable housing opportunities throughout the state.
http://www.phfa.state.pa.us/

Professional Mortgage
Consultants specializing in purchasing, refinancing, and evaluating the market outlook. Tips for both first-time and non first-time home buyers.
http://www.pmc-pa.com/

Wise Financial Group
Licensed mortgage banker in Pennsylvania specializing in conventional and complicated credit types, including bankruptcy and foreclosure.
http://www.wisefinancial.com/
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