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  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware. He was a militia officer during the American Revolution, a Continental Congressman from Pennsylvania and Delaware
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  • Jeff Goldblum (category People from Pennsylvania)
    future by David A. Coley (2008), page 211. Wikipedia has an article about: Jeff Goldblum Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Jeff Goldblum
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  • George Henry Boker (category People from Pennsylvania)
    1927). Wikipedia has an article about: George Henry Boker Wikimedia Commons has media related to: George Henry Boker Works by George Henry
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  • Thomas Buchanan Read (category People from Pennsylvania)
    away! Sheridan’s Ride. Wikipedia has an article about: Thomas Buchanan Read Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Thomas Buchanan Read
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  • Quaker who founded the Province of Pennsylvania, the British North American colony that became the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The democratic and libertarian
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  • Billie Holiday (category People from Pennsylvania)
    verify quotes. Wikipedia has an article about: Billie Holiday Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Billie Holiday Official Site The Unofficial
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  • John Lehman (category People from Pennsylvania)
    to a 1987 Gridiron Dinner audience. [3] Wikipedia has an article about: John Lehman Wikimedia Commons has media related to: John Lehman
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  • Michael Johns (category People from Pennsylvania)
    its 'Vietnam Syndrome' Wikipedia has an article about: Michael Johns (policy analyst) Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Michael Johns
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  • James Buchanan (category People from Pennsylvania)
    (1857–1861). He was the only bachelor President, and the only resident of Pennsylvania to hold that office. He has been criticized for failing to prevent the
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  • Henry van Dyke (category People from Pennsylvania)
    Wikisource has original works written by or about: Henry van Dyke Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Henry van Dyke Works by Henry Van Dyke
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  • sour us, but never the good fortune to satisfy us. "On True Happiness", Pennsylvania Gazette (20 November 1735) Freedom of speech is a principal pillar of
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  • Robinson Jeffers (category People from Pennsylvania)
    Poems p. 476 Wikipedia has an article about: Robinson Jeffers Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Robinson Jeffers Robinson Jeffers at the
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  • Andy Warhol (category People from Pennsylvania)
    Warhol at NNDB Warhol at IMDb The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Warhol Family Museum in Medzilaborce, Slovakia Two short articles about
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  • Thomas Eakins (category People from Pennsylvania)
    resignation to Edward Hornor Coates, Chairman of the Committee on Instruction, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1886-02-15). In pursuance of my business
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  • Jayne Mansfield (category People from Pennsylvania)
    Blondes (2004) by Paula Munier, p. 79 Wikipedia has an article about: Jayne Mansfield Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Jayne Mansfield
    4 KB (494 words) - 16:56, 17 February 2015
  • Man Ray (category People from Pennsylvania)
    Reconstruction (1985) Wikipedia has an article about: Man Ray Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Man Ray Works by Man Ray -- Official Licensing
    8 KB (1,023 words) - 18:46, 7 December 2015
  • substantially the fundamental law of Pennsylvania until 1776." [Federal] Writer's Program, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania: A Guide to the Keystone State, p.
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  • by the President at the NAACP Conference at Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (July 14, 2015) Conscience is the chamber of
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  • (1 July 1850 – 6 April 1927)—American poet born in Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania poet laureate who gained notoriety both at home and abroad for her works
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  • with its adoption by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was later ratified by special conventions in each state. It created
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