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  • A state in the northeastern US, with a short coastline along Lake Erie in the far northwest; pop. 12,281,054; capital, Harrisburg; statehood, Dec. 12, 1787 (2). Founded in 1682 by William Penn, it became one of the original thirteen states
  • one of the British colonies that formed the United States
  • University of Pennsylvania: a university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies

    corrections

  • A change that rectifies an error or inaccuracy
  • Used to introduce an amended version of something one has just said
  • The action or process of correcting something
  • (corrected) having something undesirable neutralized; “with glasses her corrected vision was 20:20”
  • the social control of offenders through a system of imprisonment and rehabilitation and probation and parole
  • the department of local government that is responsible for managing the treatment of convicted offenders; “for a career in corrections turn to the web site of the New Jersey Department of Corrections”

    locator

  • A device or system for locating something, typically by means of radio signals
  • (LOCATORS) OP-20-G and SIS [US Army Cryptanalytic Agency] machines built for identifying locations of code items, but not for counting or tallying. Built during WWII.
  • (Locators) Common nickname for depthfinders since they will often display images of fish as they pass over them.
  • a person who fixes the boundaries of land claims

    inmate

  • One of several occupants of a house
  • convict: a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
  • A person confined to an institution such as a prison or hospital
  • one of several resident of a dwelling (especially someone confined to a prison or hospital)
  • inpatient: a patient who is residing in the hospital where he is being treated

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Backroads & Byways of Pennsylvania: Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions (Backroads & Byways)
Backroads & Byways of Pennsylvania: Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions (Backroads & Byways)
With natives as your guides, this series leads you down the road less traveled.
Pack a lunch and take off on any of these 17 drives into all corners of PA. Visit the beaches of Lake Erie or the banks of the Delaware, the Endless Mountains of the northern tier or the Amish farms of Lancaster County. Explore old mining villages, lumber towns, battlefields, college campuses, and so much more. Each trip covers history and trivia, recreation, shopping, and what to see and do along the way.

About the series: Whether you need to get away for a weekend or longer, want to explore your home state or make plans for free time in an area you don’t know well, take to the road with a Backroads & Byways book. You’ll discover the most interesting places to visit on and off the beaten path. Destinations will appeal to foodies, history buffs, families with kids, couples, adventurers, hikers, bikers—in short, everyone.

With itineraries appropriate for visits of differing durations and in different seasons, tips for comfortable accommodations, great food, and good shopping too, look to Backroads & Byways for the most interesting and diverse short trips available.

Pennsylvania Wilds

Pennsylvania Wilds
Pennsylvania Wilds – Warren, PA (USA)

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA

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Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth
The Keystone State, so nicknamed because it was geographically situated in the middle of the thirteen original colonies and played a crucial role in the founding of the United States, has remained at the heart of American history. Created partly as a safe haven for people from all walks of life, Pennsylvania is today the home of diverse cultures, religions, ethnic groups, social classes, and occupations. Many ideas, institutions, and interests that were first formed or tested in Pennsylvania spread across America and beyond, and continue to inform American culture, society, and politics. This book tells that story and more. It recenters Pennsylvania in the American historical narrative.Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth offers fresh perspectives on the Keystone State from a distinguished array of scholars who view the history of this Commonwealth critically and honestly, using the latest and best scholarship to give a modern account of Pennsylvania’s past. They do so by emphasizing the evolution of Pennsylvania as a place and an idea. The book, the first comprehensive history of Pennsylvania in almost three decades, sets the Pennsylvania story in the larger context of national social, cultural, economic, and political development. Without sacrificing treatment of the influential leaders who made Pennsylvania history, the book focuses especially on the lives of everyday people over the centuries. It also magnifies historical events by examining the experiences of local communities throughout the state.Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth is divided into two parts. Part I offers a narrative history of the Commonwealth, paying special attention to the peopling process (the movement of people into, around, and out from the state); the ways people defined and defended communities; the forms of economic production; the means of transportation and communication; the character, content, and consequences of people’s values; and the political cultures that emerged from the kinds of society, economy, and culture each period formed and sustained. Part II offers a series of ‘Ways to Pennsylvania’s Past’–nine concise guides designed to enable readers to discover Pennsylvania’s heritage for themselves. Geography, architecture, archaeology, folklore and folklife, genealogy, photography, art, oral history, and literature are all discussed as methods of uncovering and understanding the past. Each chapter is especially attuned to Pennsylvania’s place in the larger American context, and a Foreword, Introduction, and Epilogue to Part I explore general themes throughout the state’s history. An important feature of the book is the large selection of illustrations–more than 400 prints, maps, photographs, and paintings carefully chosen from repositories across the state and beyond, to show how Pennsylvanians have lived, worked, and played through the centuries. This book is the result of a unique collaboration between Penn State Press and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC), the official history agency of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Together they gathered scholars from all over the Commonwealth to envision a new history of the Keystone State and commit their resources to make imagining and writing a new history possible.

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