Philadelphia Zoo

The one and only Philadelphia Zoo, located Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Schuylkill River, first United States. Chartered y Commonwealth Pennsylvania March 21, 1859, opening delayed y American Civil War until July 1, 1874. It opened 1,000 animals admission price 25...

Gold In Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has a long and rich tradition of mining especially for anthracite and bituminous coal as well as iron. What is not generally known however is the state is also produced a considerable amount of gold. The eastern part of the state is covered with...

Choosing The Best Pennsylvania Technical Schools

Pennsylvania technical schools offer training for people who want to have a career in various industries related to the technical field. Some of the industries that hire graduates of these schools are commercial truck driving, automotive technology, machinist...

Site of the Month for October 2011

Site of the Month for October 2011 relates to Pennsylvania Business. Click Pennsylvania links to related websites on Pennsylvania and surrounding area. The visitors may find business, shopping, travel, finance, health, society, directory, guide, lodging, real estate,...

Overall History of Pennsylvania

In 1681 William Penn, a Quaker, founded his colony as a ‘holy experiment’ that respected religious freedom, liberal government and even indigenous inhabitants. But it didn’t take long for European settlers to displace those communities, thus giving rise to...