Definition of Capital of pennsylvania

1. Noun. Capital of Pennsylvania; located in southern part of state.

Exact synonyms: Harrisburg
Generic synonyms: State Capital
Group relationships: Keystone State, Pa, Pennsylvania



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Literary usage of Capital of pennsylvania

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The History of Pennsylvania from the Earliest Discovery to the Present Time by William Mason Cornell (1876)
"He did this because he believed Harrisburg would be the Capital of Pennsylvania at some future time. He died in 1791. In 1808 Harrisburg was incorporated as ..."

2. The Eclectic Elementary Geography (1883)
"What is the capital of Pennsylvania?—What large city on the Delaware ?—What two cities in western Pennsylvania ?—What city on Lake Erie ? ..."

3. A New Primary Geography by David M. Warren (1886)
"What cities in the northern part? In the southern part, near Pennsylvania? What Is the capital? What Is the capital of Pennsylvania, and on what ..."

4. Colton and Fitch's Introductory School Geography: Illustrated by Twenty Maps by George William Fitch, George Woolworth Colton (1863)
"What is the capital of Pennsylvania ? Il-g. On what river is Harrisburg ? Sa. What city in the western part of Pennsylvania, noted for its manufacture of ..."

5. The Pennsylvania Railroad: Its Origin, Construction, Condition, and by William B. Sipes (1875)
"This was done because he believed that, at some future period, the capital of Pennsylvania would be established here. The town was surveyed and laid out by ..."

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