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General Information
"Virtue, Liberty and Independence"
―State Motto
Pennsylvania, the Keystone State, was the 2nd state to be admitted into the United States of America. It is bordered by Delaware to the southeast, Maryland to the South, West Virginia to the southwest, Ohio to the West, New York to the Wast, and New Jersey to the east. The state capital was Harrisburg.

Geographic Regions

The Cornfields

The Cornfields are located in the southeast of the state. Once known as Pennsylvania Dutch Country due to the presence of the Amish, the region has incredibly rich soil suitable for farming. As the name implies, corn is the primary crop of the region, and miles upon miles upon miles of the area is nothing but cornfields.

The Lakelands

Located north of The Pitt, Lake Country is bordered to the north by Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, two of the Great Lakes.

Mountain Country

Pennsylvania's northeast is home to numerous mountain ranges, including the Poconos, the Endless Mountains, the Appalachians, and the Catskills. A rugged region, the Susquehanna River carves a path through the region and is important to transportation.

Eastern Commonwealth