The History of Pennsylvania as a political entity began in 1681 when William
Penn received a royal charter from King Charles II of England, but human activity
in the region precedes that date. Befor...
Pennsylvania is home to the largest population of Croatians with ... reports that
Croatians were the earliest of the southern Slavic people to settle in the United ...
Pittsburgh loves its Eastern European heritage and for more than 50 years, the ...
Pittsburgh, like most of the rest of Pennsylvania, is in the middle, or "midland"
area. ... the first Europeans to settle in Southwestern Pennsylvania in large
numbers. ... dialects of the southern U.S. This way of speaking may also be
influenced by ...
The first Europeans to venture into western Pennsylvania were fur traders of ...
and agricultural depression and political unrest in eastern and southern Europe,
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When first discovered by Europeans, Pennsylvania, like the rest of the continent,
was ... the 18th century, settling in southern New York, and eventually moved
west with the Delawares, .... John Forbes recaptured the site of Pittsburgh in 1758
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In 1885, King Leopold II of Belgium gained a vast area in southern Africa as his ...
lay deep within the Europeans who exploited the land and people of the Congo.
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Species Found in Pennsylvania. Male ... Native to southern Europe, this spider
has made its way into North America, where it is now fairly widespread.