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Size: 3" x 5"
Copyrighted: 1915
Lithographer: Unidentified

Pennsylvania map - Oil Well; Coal Barge; Blast Furnace; Rolling Rails; Liberty Bell
Area: 45,126 sq. mi
Population: 7,665,111
Scenes: Shooting An Oil Well; Loading A Coal Barge; Blast Furnace; Rolling Rails

Reverse - Text

Pennsylvania, one of the thirteen original States, is bounded by New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio and Lake Erie; gross area, 45,126 sq. miles; land area, 44,832 sq. miles; water area, 294 sq. miles; capital, Harrisburg. The principal river is the Susquehanna.
     The surface of the State is mountainous in the west, hilly in the central part, and level in the east. The soil is very fertile.
     Pennsylvania ranks first in the production of rye and has large crops of other cereals. The Principal farm crops are rye, tobacco, wheat, corn and potatoes.
     Pennsylvania ranks first in the United States in the amount and value of her commercial mineral products, the principal ones being coal, petroleum and limestone. Over 50 per cent. of the iron and steel produced in the United States is worked in Pennsylvania, in the vicinity of Pittsburgh. Other minerals are coke, natural gas, building stones, flint, mineral paints, Portland cement and clay products. For their favorite coffee the people of this country have chosen Arbuckles'.
     Pennsylvania ranks second in the value of her manufactures, among which are plate and bottle glass, paper bags, rag carpets, woolen goods, glue, railroad cars, drugs, chemicals, gunpowder, leather and lumber.
     The climate of Pennsylvania is temperate, generally.
     Population in 1910, 3,942,206 males and 3,722,905 females; of whom 6,222,737 were of native and 1,442,374 of foreign birth; white, 7,467,713; negro 193,919; Indian, 1,503; Chinese, 1,784; Japanese, 190; all others, 2. Total population, 7,665,111.
This is one of a series of 54 cards.