Pennsylvania: Virtue, Liberty, Independence

Pennsylvania is known as The Keystone State, because of its central location, relative to the other thirteen original colonies, and because of its role in the founding of The United States of America.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is home to both sprawling urban city centers, like Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, and to idyllic natural landscapes, like the photos of Raystown Lake found in this book.

These photographs of Pennsylvania span the entire length of the Commonwealth; from the Delaware River to the mighty Monongahela, Allegheny, and Ohio Rivers, and from the Susquehanna watershed to Lake Erie.

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