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Manufactures now chiefly comprise small engineering products. Pop. (1970)
7,292. 43°27' N, 71°39' W Franklin, city, seat of Venango County, northwest
Pennsylvania, U.S., at the junction of French Creek and the Allegheny River. The
John Carroll, first U.S. bishop, sent him to Cambria County, Pennsylvania, where
immigrant Catholics were settling in the Allegheny foothills. Like many of his
peers, he was deeply engrossed in land and colony projects to attract Catholic ...
43°42' N, 72°18' W Hanover, borough, York County, south central Pennsylvania,
U.S., in the Conewago Valley of York. Laid out in 1763 by Col. Richard McAllister,
it was incorporated as a borough in 1815 and named for Hanover, Ger. Earlier ...
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