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The Keystone State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Pennsylvania
Unofficial nickname. probably applied to Pennsylvania from the late 18th C. The first official citation is from 1802, when at a rally Pennsylvania was toasted as "the keystone in the union".
Pennsylvania
   state capital is   
Harrisburg
The Pennsylvania Railroad
   costs   
$200
Railroad
Susquehanna River
   runs through   
Pennsylvania
I-90
   crosses   
Pennsylvania
I-95
   crosses   
Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
   has the state flower   
Mountain Laurel
Pennsylvania
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
PA
Pennsylvania
   has the motto   
"Virtue, Liberty and Independence"
Boys II Men
   originated in   
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
   flag is   

The scroll at the bottom reads "Virtue, Liberty and Independence".
Pennsylvania
   has the telephone area code   
610
Scotland The Brave
   is the fight song of   
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Drink a Highball
   is the fight song of   
University of Pennsylvania
The Nittany Lion
   is the fight song of   
The Pennsylvania State University
Groundhog Day (1993)
   was set in   
Woodstock, IL and Pennsylvania
Director: Harold Ramis
Allenwood FCC
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Federal Correctional Complex
Lewisburg USP
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
United States Penitentiary
Schuykill FCI
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Federal Correctional Institution
New York
   lies to the north of   
Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
   lies to the north of   
Maryland
Pennsylvania
   has   
The Female-form Statue “Commonwealth” and a Keystone
Joined union in 1787, quarter released in 1999
Allentown, Erie, Hershey
   are all   
Cities in Pennsylvania
Yes, the worlwide Hershey headquarters is located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, complete with street lamposts where the lights are fashioned into the shape of Hershey Kisses
Allegheny Mountains
   are situated in   
Pennsylvania
Allegheny National Forest
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
There is a Town Named Mars in Pennsylvania
   is   
True
Pennsylvania State University
   has   
The Nittany Lion
Name refers to the mountain lions that once roamed nearby and to Mt Nittany, a local landmark
Allentown
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Altoona-Johnstown
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Erie
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Greensburg
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Harrisburg
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Archdiocese
Pittsburgh
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Scranton
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Central Delaware Valley
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Cumberland Valley
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Lancaster Valley
   is situated in   
Pennsylvania
Pocono Raceway
   is in   
Long Pond, Pennsylvania
2.500-mile oval
Pennsylvania
   has a population of   
12,432,792
6th among all States and Territories
Pennsylvania Salve
   is hobo slang for   
Apple Butter
University of Pennsylvania
   is in   
Philadelphia
Fourth oldest institution of higher education in the US
Allegheny River
   runs through   
Pennsylvania
325 miles long
Duet for One
   comes from the musical   
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
I Love My Wife
   comes from the musical   
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
John Heinz
   is located in   
Pennsylvania
2nd
   state to join the union was   
Pennsylvania
December 12, 1787
Pennsylvania
   joined the U.S.A in   
1787
December 12, 1787
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NY
   is the address of   
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NY
   is the address of   
The President of the U.S.A.






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