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TAG: Pennsylvania

  • Around the World September/October 2023

    Pennsylvania

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    (NPS)
  • Around the World May/June 2023

    PENNSYLVANIA

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    (Courtesy of the U.S. Army)
  • Around the World January/February 2023

    PENNSYLVANIA

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    (Courtesy John Crawmer)
  • Digs & Discoveries Nov 01, 2011

    Does the Natural Gas Boom Endanger Archaeology?

    On the North Branch of Pennsylvania's Susquehanna River, roughly an hour northwest of Scranton, sits Friedenshuetten. Meaning "tents of peace," the village was an eighteenth-century utopia founded by a Moravian missionary. There, both expats from what is now the eastern Czech Republic and Native Americans of the Eastern Delaware Nation coexisted in log cabins and wigwams from 1763 until 1772 when simmering distrust dissolved the settlement.

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  • Letter From Pittsburgh Jul 01, 2011

    Letter from Pittsburgh: The Steel City Recycles Its Past

    Artifacts of nineteenth-century daily life find new homes in the twenty-first century.

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  • Around the World Nov 01, 2010

    PENNSYLVANIA

    The Irish-immigrant railroad workers were all but forgotten, buried in a mass, unmarked grave in 1832.

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